She’d be a wagon!
This here Mecha, is actually a character anyone, who has read the Neo-human books already knows. But I am not saying WHO it is just now. But you’ll find out in book 3, Forward, Unto the Stars.
I’ll tell you this about her. She transforms into a Gunstar-class jet.
Also, beings with wings are going to be the death of me!!! LOL!
Updated: A less filtered, clean version with truer colors. Plus I realized I forgot her tail stub.
Birthday gift from my friend Charlie, built by Heroes Assembled: Custom Action Heroes.
“Its an irony, GenKon INC., a corporation established to exploit human DNA and genetics for medicinal purposes, ends up becoming an epicenter of creation for Robotic, silicon carbide based lifeforms.”
— Dr. Ilia Vartazarian
Variable Assault Unit Technology – VAUTech, but the 13 Guardians call themselves Vautek. Hey, when you’re a giant babysitter, with a lot of time on your digits, you might as well begin to develop a semi-religious culture, extrapolated from your basic programming. Especially when your creator does not come around that much.
And later vanishes without word…
Mmm… This could be related in some manner to the Lucifer’s Watchtower…
“That does not look like it was built by humans — “
“Because, Nova, it wasn’t. Lucifer‘s Watchtower was built by machines.”
Luckily, I never show the outside, when Fafnir‘s hologram goes for a walkabout, in Among Bright Stars…, to visit his most favorite person in the entire universe. The story which Lucifer’s Watchtower comes to play a major role in, really calls for it to be a starship, rather than an immobile station.
Which is how it ended up being a giant space ship. Though that comes in handy for the Morningstars…
I wonder what sort of machines did the construction?
*Yes, yes. I know the aft should be in shadow. Just assume there is another light source, not the Sun being cast on it. With the shadow, you lose half the ship.
This is the main battleship, of Odin Battenberg‘s Star Chaser Army. It is a direct line from the DSV Excalibur in design, though the DSV Star Chaser is much larger.
You’ll notice, Earth ships have induction rings. Falcanian ships however do not – But they’ve taken a technological leap.
- Nasa researches Star Trek warp drive for future space travel (telegraph.co.uk)
- [Livingdice.com] Gen Con 2013 Report–The Games We Played (livingdice.com)
- Dreadnought class (en.memory-alpha.org)
- Star Trek USS Enterprise/Romulan Bird Of Prey Cat Tree (geekologie.com)
- The Ship that Held the Line: The USS Hornet and the First Year of the Pacific War (fulagyps.wordpress.com)
- The USS Enterprise, Of Star Trek Fame, Was Originally Known As What? (arunbabyveranakunnel.wordpress.com)
- Star Trek: The Official Starships Collection (en.memory-alpha.org)
- Constitution class (en.memory-alpha.org)
- Cutaway Enterprise Model lets you see what’s under the hood of your favorite starship (coolest-gadgets.com)
As many of you know. I like Robots [more so when they fit nicely in the R.U.R (Rossum's Universal Robots) mold!], I particularly like hot gynoids, who can crush your skull, while hardly breaking a sweat, or well-manicured fingernail. And I used to love the original incarnation of Aphrodite IX.
Now the thing is, Top Cow‘s rebooted Aphrodite IX is interesting. Not crazy in love with the painted interior artwork however – Its jarring. The story takes place following some unspecified mass-extinction. Here. I’ll let them explain.
Got that? , OK, but there is something that annoys me about this new series. And I can’t place why it does, because it really should not.
Every issue ends with a “Science Class” that talks about real-world uses of genetic engineering and or cybernetics. For whatever reason this rubs me the wrong way. Maybe because it comes across as advocacy? I mean, I doubt Matt Hawkins has his very own, top-secret Aphrodite Protocol going on.
- SDCC: Matt Hawkins Reveals Top Cows Big Plans (comicbookresources.com)
- Review: Cyber Force #5 (comicbooked.com)
- SDCC: Hawkins is in “Control” of Top Cow & His Own Writing Future (comicbookresources.com)
- Image Comics in November 2013 (graphicpolicy.com)
- SDCC ’13: Image Comics Panel Schedule (comicbooked.com)