DeAgostini, the Italian publisher that has sold over $80 million worth of DIY robot-y magazine awesomeness in Japan alone, certainly thinks it should.
Sure, the way that Robi the robot's "assembling parts were distributed in a weekly magazine over the course of 70 issues demonstrates a new level of ingenuity and a new way to promote print publications."
But it also demonstrates that these robots, led by Tomotaka Takahashi, have a new way to infiltrate our homes and prepare for their uprising.
I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords. Especially if they come bearing interesting reading material.
Learn more about the robot plot to overthrow humanity here: Magazine Includes Parts to Build a Working Robot Each Week.