Topic #115: Cabin Fever
I hope they're cloning by the year 3000 too, cause it looks like these aligator soldiers are disposible... one use only. Looks like he's going to go out in a blaze of glory. You crack me up Shane. Love the helmet.
Great job on the metal shine... golden helmet-gun.This is funny, Shane.I second Ken, although with the long fuse you may have time to run.Maybe.
I think the most useful feature would have to be the ball and chain in his tail. And if you look at the back of the ball, you'll see that it's actually a meek little sea urchin who's had a hole drilled on top of his head. Brilliant!
This is really funny. The look on the alligator's face is just perfect. Great idea! I love the mace in his tail and barrels of dynamite. Really awesome post. I'm sure the viking helmet will come in handy when fighting the foe. Nice job as always Shane!
I have never quite understood the usefulness of those viking helmets... Do they do a lot of headbutting? Well, evil Reagan seems to like it so I won't complain.Excellent work as always, senor. The pistol with the bayonet is a particularly awesome "upgrade". Hi-larious!
I had one of these gators back in high school. we got in a lot of trouble together...but your gun has a lot more detail than the one we used.I love this.
Battle gators! Of course! I had hoped we would be ending all of our conflicts by thumb war at that point, but then all the ruling nations would have really big thumbs. Battle gators are way cooler. Love it!
We've always had an excess of gators. I don't know why we have to wait until the year 3000 to make use of them.Not only is this an excellent illustration, but it's also an excellent battle concept. Who knew you were a weapons design genius? I should've known by your intricate pistol designs.
It's me again.. This is awesome still, and also I had to let some of the pride I was feeling for you working at Disney roll over into this blog.
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