Has there ever been a show or movie where a Mecha or Mechas fight zombies?
Gaogaigar and stuff like that, or if nothing else then the magician episodde of Gaogaigar specifically?
Off the top of my head there's that Marvel zombies thing which I kind of want to forget actually
Probably other stuff, couple of books certainly
TF Prime had zombie robots.
>'zombie' zaku (AI controlled prototypes)
I think that might have been what those skeleton-painted Zakus from PlaMoKyo were, but I haven't read it in ages, and even then my moonrune is mostly shit.
Also neither show nor movie, but there were zombies in that Trek/Transformers/Ghostbusters/Mr Rogers vs Zombies crossover IDW did
>Universe with AT-sized mechs
>Saturday Morning Cartoon Villain comes up with a brilliant plan in order to conquer Earth so that the Jovians may take it for themselves or something else evil that people from Jupiter do, by the way they're actually humans too
>They take an army of zombies and hook them up to Eva bio mechamonstrosities that can be powered by brain tissue and automatically repair themselves by consuming flesh or something else retarded like that
>Set them loose on Earth
>Cue MD Geist-level shenanigans, hyperviolence included, absolute madman protagonist, throw in a few girls and grunts to complete the team, and have a simple, straightforward story based on interesting things happening
It can work, I know it can
Powersuit teams would be interesting.
You may be completely invulnerable in that suit, but you're not the important cargo.
Not to mention the delightful part halfway through where they start going full necromorph and you get a five foot long spear of bone through your leg.
You had the Junk Golems in MM3.
MM7's were the Astro Zombeigs.
And I forgot my picture. I just keep fucking up.
>The mechs gun down, chainsaw, torch, and stomp on the zombies, trying to purge their cities of the hordes
>All the guts and bone get stuck in the gears and wedges, covering the windows and cameras
>On top of that, killing those with a human form in such numbers takes its mental toll on the pilots
>Batteries run out
>The mechs trip over or get pinned under city rubble, and can't get up
>Zombie matter gets in the narrow spaces and prevents the mech from functioning correctly
>The pilot is stranded in the middle of the city, in a mech that won't move, and the zombies form a hill enveloping it
Still not much of an existential threat to the pilot, but there's something harrowing about it.
Divergence Eve, but I hope you like heavy fan service.