The power to use the powers and traits of a machine from outer space. Combination of Alien Physiology and Bionic Physiology.

Also Called

  • Alien Machine Physiology/Mimicry
  • Alien Android/Cyborg/Mech/Robot Physiology/Mimicry
  • Extraterrestrial Android/Cyborg/Mech/Robot Physiology/Mimicry
  • Mechanical Alien Physiology/Mimicry
  • Space Android/Robot/Mech/Cyborg Physiology/Mimicry


User with this ability either is or can transform into a mechanical being that resides or is native to a region beyond Earth which would considered them a alien as well. Robots from outer space may be far advanced than terrestrials robots, giving the user access to far greater power than standard Bionic Physiology users.



Known Users

  • Galvanic Mechamorphs (Ben 10)
    • Upgrade
    • Ship
  • Kraab (Ben 10)
  • Techadons (Ben 10)
  • GORT (The Day the Earth Stood Still)
  • Vex (Destiny)
  • Brainiac (DC Comics)
  • Computer Tyrants (DC Comics)
  • Manhunters (DC Comics)
  • Machine- & Cyborg - type Digimon (Digimon)
    • Andromon
    • Datamon
    • Machinedramon
  • Machine Mutants (Dragon Ball GT)
  • Metalmen (Dragon Ball Super)
    • Auta Magetta
  • Duo (Mega Man series)
  • Stardroids (Mega Man V)
  • Constellation Droids (Rockman Strategy)
  • The Borg (Star Trek)
  • Droids (Star Wars)
  • Replicators (Stargate)
  • Asurans (Stargate)
  • Beserker Drones (Stargate)
  • Promethean Knights (Halo)
  • Promethean Soldiers (Halo)
  • Sentinels (Halo)
  • Ataraxians (Marvel Comics)
  • Techarchy (Marvel Comics)
    • Magnus
    • Warlock
  • Geth (Mass Effect)
  • Reapers (Mass Effect)
  • Remnant (Mass Effect Andromeda)
  • Cylons (Battlestar Galactica)
  • Ra Moon (Super Adventure Rockman)
  • Cybertronians (Transformers)
  • Necrons (Warhammer 40k)
  • Iron Giant (The Iron Giant)
  • Sweet (Teen Titans Go!)
  • Hank Henshaw (DC Comics)
  • Males of Cosmo's species/Metarexes (Sonic X)