The Religious Affiliation of
A.I.M. Androids

Religion: N.A. CBR Scale: I

Name: A.I.M. Androids

Other Names: A.I.M. Humanoids; Humanoids; AIM Androids; A.I.M. Humanoids

Classification: villains villains   group group  

Publisher(s): Marvel

First Appearance: Iron Man Annual #4 (Aug. 1977): "The Doomsday Connection!"

Creators: Bill Mantlo, George Tuska, Don Perlin

Super? (Has Super Powers/Special Abilities/Technology): Yes

Number of Appearances: 1

Teams/Affiliations: A.I.M.

Enemy of: Iron Man, The Champions

Type of Organization/Group: warrior

Worked for: M.O.D.O.K.

The AIM Androids (or AIM humanoids) who appeared in Iron Man Annual #4 were apparently non-sentient robots. One source identified them as a "herd of cyborgs," but this is probably imprecise, as "cyborg" would generally suggest humans with mechanical or robotic implants, rather than totally artificial beings. Perhaps they were cyborgs rather than robots. Sources differ on this point.

The AIM Androids appeared in the same comic book story as two A.I.M. Guardians. These two two different classes of AIM robots, however. The Guardians were much larger and more formidable, while the "AIM Androids" were more human-sized and far more numerous.

This character is in the following story which has been indexed by this website:
Iron Man Annual #4 (Aug. 1977): "The Doomsday Connection!"

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