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RoboChris is a minor, semi-recurring character from Bravest Warriors. He is a small, robotic duplicate of Chris Kirkman created by Danny Vasquez in a failed attempt to make the real Chris jealous. However, RoboChris ultimately grew to hate his creator after Danny rejected his "advances". He made his first appearance in "RoboChris".
Danny grew angry at Chris for forgetting his seventeenth birthday, so he decided to make him jealous by creating a mechanical duplicate of his friend. He built Robo Chris with an advanced A.I. program capable of feeling emotions and making logical conclusions. The real Chris however, was indifferent to the robot, and even encouraged their friendship. Frustrated, Danny modified Robo's friendship synthesizers, forcing him to grow more and more infatuated until he wanted to establish a romantic relationship. When Chris finally made amends with Danny, RoboChris tried to seduce his creator, causing Danny to reject him. Later, RoboChris decided to throw a party to which Danny was not invited, and punched his creator’s crotch as he tried to enter the party.
When RoboChris still liked Danny, his personality was dictated by his creator. He programming was continually modified until RoboChris became extremely attached to, if not enamored with, his creator. However, Danny soon became uncomfortable with RoboChris’ level of intimacy, and ultimately decided to reject his creation’s advances. RoboChris was apparently saddened, and would later punch Danny in the crotch, demonstrating that he was now capable of expressing the anger he was feeling (probably for being used and manipulated by someone he cared about), and appears to be much more assertive and aggressive than the real Chris. RoboChris likes to dance and throw parties, which could mean he is also more outgoing than the real Chris.
RoboChris has the form of a metal skull with red glowing photoreceptors, even though Beth says they have lots of skin in the ship that Danny could give him. Robo has tentacles resembling limbs coming out of his sides. His glowing hair has the same color and shape of the real Chris, as well as having the same gloves and a pair of stubby blue pads for feet. They also share the exact same voice.
- Robo and Chris are voiced by the same voice actor.
- Robo Chris seems to be a subversion of the "evil killing machines" trope, so common in pop culture. Instead of wanting to destroy his creator, he does the opposite: He falls in love with him, growing too overly-attached to him.
- Robo Chris's appearance seems to be a reference to the androids in The Terminator, since they are also have metal skeletons with bright red retina.