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The 11 Most Human Robots in Fiction

By Abbey Clarke Jan 15, 2014

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1. Wall-E from Wall-E

“What?” you say in disbelief. “But Wall-E isn’t even humanoid!” Bear with us. This little guy is wicked adorable. He falls in love. He leads humanity back to a lifestyle worth of the word “human.” And he developed his personality traits in utter isolation, proving that his humanity come from within.

We love you, Wall-E!

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About the Author
Abbey Clarke

Abbey Clarke is a writer and editorial assistant living in Jersey City. She's a player on a D&D podcast called Knife Errant, wrote her senior thesis on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and is working on a novel about a semi-reformed demon who runs a library. You can follow her on Twitter at @abbeybookaholic.

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