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Cardboard Robots: Paper Beats Metal

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I’ve seen my share of sci-fi movies and I know how giant robots can be pretty imposing. But these robots made from cut cardboard look like they couldn’t really do any damage – even the deadly, but tragically-flawed ED-209 from Robocop.

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These awesome little cardboard robots were made by Etsy artist Cardboard Myth, and they’re the perfect thing for your desktop toy collection, don’cha think? I sure do. In addition to ED-209, you can find a Gundam-style mech, as well as a couple of totally original creations.

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What’s really impressive about these robots is that they all offer articulated limbs, so you can position them like plastic action figures.

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Just be careful not to get them wet, and definitely keep them away from open flames. Paper robots hate fire.

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You can start building your own cardboard robot army over at Cardboard Myth’s Etsy shop, where these each sell for about $34(USD).



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