RoboCop Inspired Dog Names

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Introduction

RoboCop may forever be considered by some as “just another 80s movie” by some, but for others, it’s a killer cyberpunk-style science fiction story that was well-written enough to blossom into the franchise it soon became shortly after the original film was released back in 1987. Of course, its numerous award nominations speak to its technical ability as well. Outside of some great quotes that have instilled themselves in pop culture, the entire RoboCop universe, which spans four films and miniseries, features a ton of great characters from classics to late introductions, all of which are complete with equally great names fans can use as inspiration to give their dogs. 

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RoboCop Inspired Dog Name Considerations

Coming up with a good RoboCop-inspired dog name can be as simple as giving them the title of a favorite character, but if you’d like to add a bit more depth, consider compiling a list of their most defining traits, from their looks to their quirks and personality. Once you’ve completed it, you can compare it to our list and see where the best comparisons stand out. 

For instance, if your dog tends to be a bit mechanical in how they approach daily activities, then Robo would be an easy choice. If they’re particularly loyal and stay by your side no matter what, then maybe the name Lewis would be more appropriate. If they always happen to be making trouble, especially if they have influence over others (like canine cohorts), then the names Clarence and Boddicker would both certainly be suitable. 

There are plenty of directions you can go with the process, as you can pair them up with a character (and name) that shares a similar haircut, general look, attitude and so on. Don’t be afraid to get creative. If you need any inspiration, pick one of your favorites out of the series or have a movie marathon with your dog and see what jumps off the screen. 

Male RoboCop Inspired Dog Names

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Robo
After RoboCop himself
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Lewis
After Anne Lewis, Murphy's partner
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Old Man
Omni Consumer Products' company chairman who approves of the cyborg design
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Jones
After Dick Jones, OCP's senior vice president
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Boddicker
After Clarence Boddicker, played by the timeless Kurtwood Smith
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Morton
One of OCP's ambitious executives
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Kaplan
A member of the police force who refused to turn on RoboCop
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Manson
A fellow precinct member to Murphy, who welcomed him
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Bixby
After Bixby Snyder, the comedy TV show host
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Perkins
After Jesse Perkins, the anchor of Mediabreak
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Marvin
After Marvin Kuzak, the mayor of Detroit after Gibson
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Kuzak
After Marvin Kuzak, Detroit's mayor who gets stuck between several parties
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Hob
The tough Nuke Cult kid who wasn't held back in ability by his age
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Holzgang
OCP's lawyer
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Estevez
A Detroit Police Detective in RoboCop 2 who helps Anne Lewis
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Whittaker
A Detroit Police officer who spoke with Mediabreak
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Chet
A minor character played by Thomas Rosales Jr.
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Doc
A minor RoboCop 2 character played by Gary Bullock
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Halloran
After Nikko Halloran, the kid who hacked the ED-209
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McDagget
After Paul McDaggett, the Commander of the Urban Rehabs
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Lazarus
After Marie Lazarus, the primary RoboCop tech at Metro West
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Fleck
After Jeff Fleck, head of OCP's Security Concepts
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Coontz
A prominent rebellion member
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Lowe
After Damien Lowe and Lowe Technologies, the latter eventually sold to OCP
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Carver
After Carver RH from Prime Directives
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Dennett
After Bennett Norton, the cybernetic scientist
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Norton
After Bennett Norton, the lead scientist at the Omni Rehab Center
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Novak
The sensationalist pundit from the 2014 film, played by Samuel L. Jackson
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Mattox
After Rick Mattox, the 2014 film's main antagonist
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Pope
After Tom Pope, head of OmniCorp marketing

Female RoboCop Inspired Dog Names

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Murphy
After Alex James Murphy, the former cop turned into RoboCop
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Clarence
After Clarence Boddicker, crime boss and one of the main antagonists
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Reed
After police Sergeant Warren Reed
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Nash
After Leon Nash, part of Boddicker's gang
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Emil
Emil Antonowski, one of Boddicker's getaway drivers
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Minh
One of Boddicker's main gang members
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Walker
After Bill Walker, a senior executive at OCP
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Sal
A minor crime lord in Old Detroit
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Miller
Former city councilman who loses it
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Kinney
A young OCP security executive
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Snyder
After comedy show host Bixby Snyder, who appears in the original RoboCop and RoboCop 3
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Faxx
After Juliette Faxx, head of Attitude Adjustment at OCP
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Duffy
The corrupt Detroit police officer
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Gilette
A minor character played by George Cheung
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Delaney
Ellen Murphy's lawyer
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Poulos
Muzak's mole on the city council
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Tak
After Tap Akita, one of the techs who tries to keep RoboCop alive
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Akita
After Tap Akita, a tech specialist who puts RoboCop on life support
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Catzo
A Cain follower and Nuke Cult member
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Nikko
After Nikko Halloran, the kid genius from RoboCop 3
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Otomo
The ninja-like androids made by the Kanemitsu Corporation
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Keiko
After Keiko Halloran, Nikko's mother
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Kanemitsu
After the Kanemitsu Corporation, who made weaponized robots
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Moreno
A rebellion member working against OCP
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Cable
After John Cable, Murphy's former partner
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Key
After tech thief Ann R. Key
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Normal
After Abby Normal, an ally of Ann R. Key
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Lexx
After Lexx Icon, one of Ann R. Key's main allies
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Icon
After Lexx Icon, who helps Ann R. Key rescue her daughter Jordan
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Kline
After Liz Kline, head of OmniCorp legal affairs

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