Technomagic – The ability to combine technology and magic in a single construct. Technomagic is also known as Magi-Tech, Meta-Tech, Magitek, Mystechnology and Technomancy.
Literary Critique of Technomagic
In Marvel Feature V1 #1, the Omegatron (Marvel) was a machine of world destruction that combined sorcery and science.
The God-Machine (Marvel) is a technomagic machine that saps the free will of humans and is shown in Juggernaut #1 (1999).
In Fear Itself #7, Tony Stark (Marvel) lets the rest of the gang have their weapons but they look more magic than technomagic.
Tony Stark (Marvel) also created the Sorcerer Armor that housed a database of spells and a computer that could suggest counter spells in What If V2 #113.
Mechamage (Marvel) that uses a computer to analyze magical threats in Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #1.
Arcane Nullifier X-21 – World of Warcraft Monster Guide
Slaver’s Pet – Creature Collection III. Savage Bestiary
Clockwork Horror – TSR 2173 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 4
Clockwork Swordsman – TSR 2173 Monstrous Compendium Annual Volume 4
Doctor Doom is able to use the Faltine Flames, which are magical, with pinpoint accuracy with the gloves, which are scientific, of the Wasp in Avengers V6 #7.
A Necro Magic Computer Virus that can spread dark magic via the internet is introduced in Danger Doll Squad #1 (Action Lab).
In Nemesis Deadlock – 2000 AD #726, a magic laptop is used.
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