Why are biomechanical mecha so fucking awesome?
Anyways, biomecha apprecation thread?
A girl and her bio-power-armor
Because they combine the awesomeness of /m/ with the weirdness of living things!
And another one
Best OVA ever, amiright?
hint: I'm wrong, but damn if it isn't sexy as fuck
Dunbine is pretty fun, drags a bit in the middle with repeating the same plot points over and over again
The OVA where that design is from is pretty great but the HK-tier subs make it hard to follow
Is has the same 'modern day person sent to fantasy mecha world' opening, but the plot is waaaay more 70's tomino war story than shoujo
and S2 throws that out the window and changes the setting
DH counts, right?
>Why are biomechanical mecha so fucking awesome?
Because regular machines are lame and turbogay.
Dunbine has a lot of interesting fantasy elements that are fun to look at. I especially liked some of the monsters we saw but they aren't really a focus. The ending is great too.
Essentially, you're running a routine equipment check and recalibrating you're sex drive.
Fapping to someone like Lisa Ann must be a sign of system failure or corrupted subroutines.
Semi biomechanical shit I've been working on, what do yall think
Do you know what's overlooked? Plant biomech.
Keith Thompson can draw some scary biomechanical stuff.
Biomech needs cool biomounts
Technically not, but they have the look.
>this whole thread
>still no Nodos
/m/, you disappoint me.
i even got scared by a few beast wars toys back then
i mean, they use flesh as armor
2 result's for Guyver. Come on guys.
Guyver is like the epitaph of bioarmor.
You couldn't make it past safe taper? What are you, retarded? You tap GENTLY on the button. You can't kill him unless you use a burst shot. Failing that, you use an area-of-effect sub-weapon.
I feel bad for having sexual feelings about Nephtis in my youth.
Has anybody else read this trilogy? It was written by a DARPA researcher and illustrates what he sees as the future of warfare. A lot of cool biomechanical concepts. He goes into detail about placing genetically engineered subhuman "pilots" into specially built exosuits and fusing their flesh with it. The writing is ok, but the ideas and technology is really imaginative.
>You now realize that our brains are just little round gooey pilots that have been fused with our bodies, which are actually just little meat-gundams.
God, he really does make some incredible stuff.
Some of it is creepy as fuck. They have these genetically engineered small humans with no faces, limbs, or pigment, with huge craniums and no limbs that are surgically wired into mechanical bodies. And you have fully autonomous human soldiers that start decaying a couple years after their production. Basically it's a desolate future where bioethics is thrown out the window.