Battlebots: The Official Guide

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McGraw-Hill/Osborne, 2002 - Computers - 272 pages
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View the metal-crunching destruction from the front lines with this fully authorized guide to one of today's hottest TV shows. Browse through photographs of every major BattleBot--including construction diagrams--and get details on weight, speed, and weapon type. Meet the people behind the crowd-pleasing, spark-flying robot demolition and get step-by-step instructions for building your own fierce fighting machine. Informative and entertaining, this book kicks BOT!

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What does one get when one combines engineering ability, mechanical parts, excess testosterone, and a lot of free time? Battlebots! Appearing on TV's Comedy Central (the earlier Robot Wars appeared on ... Read full review

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Mark Clarkson is a writer, cartoonist, and 3D animator. He has been using Photoshop since the program's first Windows version appeared in 1993, and he has written about topics ranging from C++ programming to Artificial Life. His most recent books include Flash 5 Cartooning and Battlebots: The Official Guide.

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