of a device or a being: having the ability to control a person’s thoughts or actions; (also) of or relating to mind control n.
It is obvious that the only way to combat them is to duplicate their radio mind-controlling instruments, and then engage them in a war of extermination, with their own diabolical apparatus.
Mongolians’ Ray in Amazing Stories June 260/2
It ties into this mind-reading and mind-controlling activity.
Strangers on the Heights in Startling Stories Summer 35/2
Robot Control confirmed that a hundred and eight warships, including two battleships and ten cruisers, had been seized by a concentrated force of fifteen million mind-controlling robots.
Players of Null-A in Astounding Science Fiction Jan. 119/2
We knew that these mind-controlling mutants were posing as business men, successful men whose financial powers were all part of the invasion program.
Mission: Murder! in Amazing Stories Nov. 62/1
1979 Starburst Magazine (#15) Nov. 45/1
Batman, however, is only borderline sf by way of involving mind controlling devices (reminiscent of Buck Rogers) to create zombies.
Some of the Zombie-like Dead have been implanted with mind-controlling robot-spiders.
Book Reviews in Absolute Magnitude 44/3
Nadia grabbed the notebook and ran back to the kitchen, holding it aloft. ‘I have this now!’ she said excitedly. ‘Please tell me it’s not another mind-controlling robo-mom,’ Taina groaned. ‘No.’ Nadia shook her head. ‘My own journal. Look!’
Built on Hope xx. 312
Volney G. Mathison, ‘The Mongolians’ Ray’
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