Steve: How do these covers keep getting better? I think I need to play some dang TORG.
Zack: Fursonas and the Fursection Wars.
Steve: Are furries still a thing? Do people still do that?
Zack: I'm sure many of them have moved on to even weirder things to be/jack off to, but yes, there are still some of them.Steve: So this is like the only giant robot on all of the covers and it is a million times cooler than anything on any Rifts cover.
Zack: Even the boobs on some of the Rifts covers?Steve: Okay, those are cooler, but on a technicality. It's a sphinx shooting a missile at a superhero woman.
Zack: This is what happens when you let the Muslim Brotherhood take over in Egypt.Steve: If that's true then I say let them take over everywhere.
Zack: 1-800-FBI-TIPS. I saw it, so I'm going to say it. Steve wants to overthrow the government for mecha sphinx.
Steve: Let's do this!
|Zack is the author of the new short story collection Wages: Future Tales of a Hired Gun, a blood-soaked satire of private military contracting. He is also the author of the genre-hopping novel Liminal States, soon to be available as an audiobook. You can find out more about Zack's latest projects and special offers on his Facebook page.|
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