This is a work of unauthorized fanfiction ; no association with Rob Renzetti or Viacom is implied nor should be inferred. The inclusion in this notice of certain facts and disclaimers shall not be construed to deny or disparage other relevant facts and disclaimers. The words broke Jenny Wakeman out of her dazed state, and she tried to remember where she was. Five o'clock—wasn't Brad supposed to call about now to say whether he'd be able to go blading at the skatepark down by the mall? As she stood up and put the book away in her backpack, she wondered whether she should ask her mother for a memory tune-up. As part of the planetary defense system, she wasn't supposed to space out like that, and this wasn't the first time in recent weeks, either.
Rusting in the Rain, a my life as a teenage robot fanfic | FanFiction
Hey Guys I'm Hyper Anon! I'd like to give a special shoutout to my cousins for inspiring me to make this idea. So here's the story I was in a car with my cousins and they let me look at the photos on their Ipad and one of them was a Death Battle idea that had Robotboy fighting Jenny. Hyper Anon:And it's our job to analyze their weapons armor and skills to find out who would win a death battle! Hyper Anon:In like , Professor Moshimo graduated from an academy as an engineer and scientist. Doge:Several years later in like the Profesor decided "Hey I want to build a robot because I can! Unfortunately due to the fact that the Professor being young and lacking experience, he somehow made the robot aggressive and inhumane.
My Life as a Teenage Robot was an Animated Series that premiered on Nickelodeon in , and later aired previously-unaired episodes on Nicktoons Network from — It is the 18th show in Nickelodeon's popular Nicktoons series. It was created by Rob Renzetti and adapted from his Oh Yeah! Cartoons short My Neighbour was a Teenage Robot.
Sign in. Watch now. Wakeman give Jenny new and she thinks improved eyes with the power to see an incredible spectrum of imagery that is invisible to the naked human eye. The only problem is they're huge.