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Super-Vocs (various)
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Bio:
Super-Vocs are Kaldorian robots who have not just the ability to speak and to learn, but to act independently. They are, perhaps, better thought of as androids than simple robots. Unlike many other "lead" robots in Doctor Who fiction, they are not unique, and are therefore not sole leaders of the robot species. Given the precise nature of Kaldorian robots as mining engineers, they are perhaps best thought of as "foremen".

Super-Vocs are dressed in silver.

Notes:
The image at right generically applies to Dums, Vocs and Super-Vocs. The only real visual distinction between these various robots is that Dums are dressed in black, Vocs in green, and Super-Vocs in silver.

As their only appearance to date has been in a black-and-white comic, however, the point is rather moot.

First Appearance: Doctor Who Magazine (1979) #50

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Doctor Who Magazine (1979)


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