Who is the Ultimate Android?

Behold the bracket! We have assembled 32 of the greatest androids in the history of popular culture with one purpose: to determine the Ultimate Android!
















Since the dawn of cinema with Metropolis and the book of Asimov, blurring the line between man and machine has been a topic different writers and genres have tackled. You're looking at characters from comic books, television shows, films, and video games. We have picked out 32 we think deserve to be in the running for the coveted title: The Ultimate Android.


We decided to create two conferences. There is the first, the Servants. These are androids who are created to serve humanity in a nonviolent way. This is regardless of what they may end up doing (cough cough Ultron). We are looking at where they start. The second conference is the androids what we call the Murderers. These are robot built with a violent intention. Some want to wipe our humanity. Some want to protect it. Either way, these robots are built to kick ass. The conferences were seeded by year of their creation.

Here are the first round match ups.


Murderers
1 Amazo (DC Comics) vs 16 Aegis (Persona)
2 Vision (Marvel Comics) vs 15 Sonny (I, Robot)
3 T-800 (Terminator) vs 14 Number 6 (Battlestar Galactica)
4 Johnny 5 (Short Circuit) vs 13 Jenny Wakeman (My Life as a Teenage Robot)
5 T-1000 (T2: Judgement Day) vs 12 Zeta (The Zeta Project)
6 Cell (Dragonball Z) vs 11 Femmbot (Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery)
7 Robo (Chrono Trigger) vs 10 Metal Sonic (Sonic the Hedgehog)
8 Zero (Mega Man) vs 9 Jack (Tekken)

Servants
1 Brainiac (DC Comics) vs 16 Baymax (Big Hero 6)
2 Rosie (The Jetsons) vs 15 EDi (Mass Effect)
3 Astro Boy (Astro Boy) vs 14 H.E.L.P.e.R. (Venture Bros)
4 Ultron (Marvel Comics) vs 13 Dorothy (Big O)
5 C-3PO (Star Wars) vs 12 Bender (Futurama)
6 Marvin (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy) vs 11 Alpha 5 (Power Rangers)
7 Roy Batty (BladeRunner) vs 10 Megaman (Megaman)
8 Bishop (Aliens) vs 9 Data (Star Trek: The Next Generation



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About Matt Kelly

Matthew Nando Kelly is an incredibly cool and handsome staff writer for Pop-Break who was allowed to write his own bio. Aside from weekly Flash reviews, he writes about film, television, music, and video games. He loves U2, cats, and the New Orleans Saints. His twitter handle is @NationofNando