reading robot

After spending hours several times rambling over robots, I figured I’d finally draw this. I included @doodledrawsthings oc Vito, since he’s so cute. Literally if I character in a thing is a robot, there’s a billion percent chance I love them and a 99 percent chance they’re my favorite character.

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best of 2016  → top 10 13 comics read this year

The Vision, Vol. 1: Little Worse Than a Man by Tom King
Nimona by Noelle Stevenson
The Wicked + The Divine, Vol. 3-4 by Kieron Gillen (what, like I could pick one?)
Lumberjanes, Vol. 2-4 by Noelle Stevenson
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous by G. Willow Wilson
Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier
The Imitation Game: Alan Turing Decoded by Jim Ottaviani
Jughead, Vol. 1 by Chip Zdarsky
Steven Universe: Too Cool for School by Jeremy Sorese and Ian Quarterly-Jones
SuperMutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki

…he said, “You know, in Preservation-controlled territory, bots are considered full citizens. A construct would fall under the same category.” He said this in the tone of giving me a hint.

Whatever. Bots who are "full citizens" still have to have a human or augmented human guardian appointed, usually their employer; I’d seen it on the news feeds. And on the entertainment feed, where the bots were all happy servants or were secretly in love with their guardians. If it showed the bots hanging out watching the entertainment feed all through the day cycle, with no one trying to make them talk about their feelings, I would have been a lot more interested.

The Murderbot Diaries I: All Systems Red, by Martha Wells

This is my precious Murderbot, and I love it to pieces, and everything about it is Relatable. It just wants to bingewatch trash tv all day, and why won’t all these humans stop trying to interact with it and improve its life and make it feel things? 

Please read this novella, because it’s everything you could ever want in a snarky first-person robot tale. The link takes you to the full first chapter.