apparently the world leaders had the time and money to build big ass punching machines but not long range lasers or any devastating weapons to kill the 'kaijus' before they even hit the shore (0) Comments
Detonating the core of a Jaeger causes enough water displacement to leave the ocean bottom exposed to the air briefly. Guess they weren't concerned about the ensuing tidal wave that should have wiped out the coast. (1) Comments
Actually, after the first time the Jaegers killed a Kaiju the "natural" reaction of the US army would be stuffing a nuke into the dead body on throw it through the dimension portal. Worked for Iron Man too and I doubt that wasn't one of the first things that came to mind after "General" brainstorming. (0) Comments
You have a giant robot equipped with lasers, plasma cannons and missiles, so its completely logical to run towards the 'kaiju' and punch them in the face instead of launching the weapons from a mile away (3) Comments
Having a hull of solid pure metals is better than having alloys. After all, iron alloys don't rust (but pure iron does), and who doesn't like a heavier, rust-prone Jaegers hitting the OCEANS (2) Comments
I didn't quite get the timing on that. If I understand correctly, the governments decommissioned the Jagar program first, and then 5 months later, when the number of Jagars had already shrunk from 30 down to 4, did a monster finally get through the wall. If so, the strategy would have seemed to be working until that time.
After crashing a massive, multi-billion dollar robot and witnessing the death of a soldier that cost millions of dollars to train and genetically alter, the government just lets you disappear into a tiny Alaskan community to build a wall. (1) Comments
Building a giant wall around all the world's cities to protect humanity is a great idea that everyone is happy with . . . except for all the people who live outside the cities or work as sailors. What was the main theory at work here, that the Kaiju would die of boredom? (0) Comments