Posted by marc August 11, 2016

If I were a mecha pilot - not saying I'm not a mecha pilot, but if I were - I would be terrified to fight this robot. Titled "Bones" by SoKo Cat, the New Jersey artist has completely reinvented Three A's WBR Remus robot to look like a war-ravaged mech that's destroyed a city or two in the past week. Standing over two feet tall, he retains all of his articulation and even packs some spring-loaded heat. And he's got quite a back story:

Space Station Helios's greatest soldier!  Bones has defended earth
from destruction, invasion, and even a meteor or two.

Bones is the most popular of all WBRs, as he has been on nearly every
mission since Helio's inception. His painted bones mark him as a robot
to be reckoned with!  All who have faced him have perished.

Thank you for your service, Bones.  We would all be lost without you.

Such a monstorous custom demands an equally monstorous price of $650, but I don't think this amazing custom will be sitting around for long. Be here at noon Eastern tomorrow, Friday August 12 to fight your way into the pilot's seat.

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