After seeing himself without his gold casing in Episode I, C-3PO realized he really needed to hit the gym.
After getting this tattoo, Katie noticed a vast improvement in her soccer game, as well as an increase in speeding tickets.
Tattoo by Karl Berringer at 252 in Cleveland, OH.
Sometimes Jared's friends ask him to solve a really difficult problem just to watch his tattoo move.
The most successful biomechanical tattoos make your torso look like an awesome video game level.
Who knew legs could be so complex? This tattoo would make H.R. Giger proud.
Not only does this guy have a robot body underneath his skin, but there's apparently a gigantic human eye under there, too! What else is he hiding?
I guess modern-day pacemakers are looking more and more like the real thing!
Tattoo by Joey at All Star Tattoo in Tacoma, WA.
Although this man suffered a traumatic shoulder injury, his robot skeleton ensured he was back to work in no time at all.
Wolverine is apparently no match for the newest series of Sentinels.
I guess it's a good thing these people all have robot bodies, because apparently human skin has the strength and consistency of chewed bubblegum.
Impressive! Give this guy's tattoo artist a hand! But don't be surprised if it comes back looking like this.
Next time someone tells you he's a T-800, maybe just believe him instead of insisting he peel off his arm skin.
Even though robots are programmed to see things in black and white, we think adding a little color makes life more interesting.
After getting his new leg shocks, Brandon was finally ready to conquer the next off-road marathon.
Tattoo by Andre Zechmann.
Going to the gym to "pump iron" takes on a whole new meaning when your arms are literally made of iron.