Artist Richard Sargent has created a wonderful illustration featuring tons of science fiction’s robot greats. Done in the style of the popular children’s series “Where’s Waldo?” the art asks the question, “Where’s Wall-E?” We just stumbled upon this gem, so we’ve yet to find him. (We’re also wondering if Data is in there, because we haven’t seen him either.) Click below for full size.
After taking a quick glance, here’s who we’ve spotted: 2 Cybermen, Rosie the Robot, Muffit, Twiki, Tom Servo, 2 Cylons, Wheelie, Gort, Maximillian, Robby the Robot, R2-D2, The Tin Man, C-3PO, Dot Matrix, one of those squid drones from The Matrix, Faux K-9, Butler Robot from Sleeper, Ewan McGregor from Robots, Arnold Terminator, Real K-9, Nomad, Tik-Tok, Box from Logan’s Run, THX-1138 Thing, Bender, Battle Droid and, and, and… seriously. Where is Data? (We LOVE this illustration!)
Who did we miss?
Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com. Stubby wishes robots like R2-D2 and Wall-E would speak in complete sentences and with slightly better diction.