Giant Robot may refer to:
- Giant Robot (magazine), magazine of Asian American popular culture
- Mecha, a piloted or remote-controlled limbed vehicle
- Giant Robot Week, week-long event that aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami in 2003
- Giant Robo (tokusatsu), a Japanese live action TV show, 1967–68
Other articles related to "robot, giant robot":
... A robot and a detached piece of a giant robot from Medical Mechanica come out of the bump on his head and begin fighting, only to have the battle end with Haruko hitting the robot with her guitar 2 "Fire ... The robot is kept occupied doing chores at the Nandaba residence, while Haruko, despite being the maid, performs little to no work ... Mamimi sees the robot while he is recovering the parts from his head that Haruko had damaged, wearing black wings, a halo and flying off a burned rooftop ...
... Giant Robot (Buckethead album), solo album by Buckethead Giant Robot (demo), a demo tape released by Buckethead in 1991 Giant Robot (Giant Robot album ...
... Giant Robot is the second studio album by avant-garde guitarist Buckethead (not to be confused with the 1996 Giant Robot, also featuring Buckethead) and loosely following the same "abusement ... Buckethead solo albums the Bill Laswell produced Giant Robot contains many vocal bits from illustrious guests such as Iggy Pop, Bill Moseley ... The cover art features a shadow of a giant robot and sets the tone for the music on the album ...
... with Limbomaniacs (1990) with Deli Creeps (1990–2003) with Giant Robot (1996) with Giant Robot II (1996–1998) with Buckethead's Giant Robot (2004, 2005 ...
Famous quotes containing the words robot and/or giant:
“Lets start with the three fundamental Rules of Robotics.... We have: one, a robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. Two, a robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law. And three, a robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.”
—Isaac Asimov (19201992)
“Haze, char, and the weather of All Souls:
A giant absence mopes upon the trees:”
—Richard Wilbur (b. 1921)