#158 Radioactive Undead

#158 Radioactive Undead

Seriously, if this was the way vampires worked in Twilight, I would be the biggest fanboy ever. But sparkly vampires? No thanks.


Discussion (8)¬

  1. Lehooo says:

    I just noticed, why does it say: “Comment¬” above the comments section? Is this a logic nerdy reference to Wayne’s World? “Comment here… NOT!”

  2. LEGION says:

    I would read that. And watch that. And play the video game adaptation.

  3. Canuovea says:

    We could always lobby the Twilight saga director to have this as a twist ending. I’d go to the theaters for that. And buy the movie. And play the video game adaptation… Ahem. Legion. Don’t sue me. Uh, please?

    You know? That would be a military developer’s wet dream. Grab a vampire, make it bite a few things, stick those things (former people, but whatever… maybe they could use rabbits or skunks, depending on if Vampires can turn animals in this world… Oh and elephant vampires would make HUGE explosions!). Anyway, stick the new vampire into a bomb or missile chassis and shoot it at an enemy country. When the bomb reaches the point it is to explode a UV light inside the container turns on causing the vampire to explode. Now that is a way to militarize the undead. Woo! The type 59 Elephant Vamp bomb!

    Ah imagination.

  4. Emil says:

    Lehooo,

    I noticed that too a long time ago. I think it is just supposed to act as a crooked arrow and point downwards.

  5. Cassie says:

    You love Twilight and you know it. Edwaaaaaaaaaard!!!!

    God I want to slap that chick that plays Bella. She’s so annoying.

  6. chaospet says:

    Lehoo: Hah

    Cassie: I never watched the movie, so I can’t really say. But she looks annoying. The whole thing looks annoying. I mean seriously, sparkly century old vampires who have nothing better to do with their time than hang around high schools? Doesn’t high school geometry get old after a while?

  7. Jehovah says:

    Isn’t that just what happens in Daybreakers anyway?

  8. chaospet says:

    The exploding vampires in Daybreakers were pretty cool, but sadly they weren’t nuclear.