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Identify these Pop Culture Robots

In a delightful game entitled “Where’s WALL-E”, Richard Sargent¬†from Hopewell Studios has brought together nearly all robots from pop-culture in one graphic. It’s obviously a play on “Where’s Waldo”, which was apparently called “Where’s Wally” in its original form in England. Just like those classic books, more fun is derived not from looking for WALL-E, but rather everything else that is pictured in the image :

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Apparently 180 robots are pictured, and the folks at Reddit are hot on the trail to identify them all. Utilizing the key below, you can play along at home.

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Do you notice some glaring omissions to this robot party?

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