Prabal Nandy (nandy@U.Arizona.EDU)
Mon, 1 Mar 1999 23:03:04 -0700 (MST)
> Mars also had 40-meter tall mecha, but they were tripods, not bipeds....
Now THAT would be cool.
> Which reminds me. The "19th Century" technology ascribed to Turn-A is in
> the ballpark for what Mark deems WW1 technology. Everything used in WW1
Pretty much yeah.
But what kind of SHOW is this going to be like? I mean, we've got one
side with spaceships, super-powered 120foot tall mechanized giant weapons,
beam cannons, laser swords, big giant glowing googly eyes... And on the
other side we've got armored cars, AAA-guns, and biplanes. Oooh... sounds
like a fair heroic fight!
> Of course, you can make a lot of rationalizations for steampunk technology.
> I seem to recall some interesting ones in the Wild Wild West show 30 years
The new WWW movie will feature a kick-butt giant four-legged monstrous
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