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Back to work for Desomotron! Those city buildingz aren't going to destroy themselves!

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woot

my favorite part is the little godzilla in the back

comicretard responds:

Haha, thanks. It's always fun to add odd little details.

Oh i see

I was looking at another piece of your artwork and commented on it saying"is the water tower destroying the city?" without reading the authors comments but i see now, the robot is the one who destroyed the city. The prospective threw me off.

My favorite

this is my favorite style of drawing. the laser blast looks awesome.

comicretard responds:

I had fun drawing it. And I put extra love into that lazer. For extra destruction. Yeah. Thanks for the review!

amazing

you have been scouted aside your friend mabe one day when i give up my laziness I'LL get scouted

comicretard responds:

thanks "jamnth1" I appreciate it alot, It means alot to me that you liked this. And yes, maybe one day you'll get scouted too.

If you want destruction and chaos..

Then think of this.....

2 people holding rocket launchers....
Guy A: "Whoa this is one big gun"
Guy B: "No no no this is a Rocket launcher!"
Guy A: "ro-cket la-unch-er?"
Guy B: "yeah you can aim it at something and Blow things up!"
Guy A: "So its like a Micheal bay movie?"
Guy B: *firing rocket launchers at cats* "YYYYEEPPP MUWHHAHAHA"
Guy A: "i think i'll stick with my 9-mm...."

comicretard responds:

ha, thanks. I enjoyed the review.

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Score
4.88 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 3, 2009
5:51 PM EST
Category
Illustration
File Info
1184 x 1548 px
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1 MB

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