If I were president of America (which let's be real the standards of the job have been dramatically lowered to "can spell own name" and "can list favorite color") one of my top priorities is approaching the United Nations about implementing the concept presented in the film Robot Jox to settle all disputes. In case you're not familiar with said movie, it would involve each country building their own giant robots to duke it out in lieu of actual warfare. Not only are we saving lives but we're saving a ton of money in military spending that can actually be diverted into more important areas. Plus, you actually MAKE money by selling tickets to the fights and broadcasting them on pay per view. Feel free to call me a genius at any time.
Who wouldn't watch this guy from Huck Gee and Clutter Magazine give Mecha Kim Jong the business end of that axe? This twenty inch beast was engineered by the folks at Cubo, is made of a mixture of solid and rotocast resin, and features 11 points of articulation which is just below the legal limit. You can preorder this white version for $300 when it goes on sale this Friday, July 28th, from shop.cluttermagazine.com. Until then you should start reinforcing the are where you're going to put him so you don't have one of those Breaking Bad bathtub through the ceiling incidents.