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Terrible Kids Stuff - Steelarm and Al Capone
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Posted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 - 03:20 AM UTC


He called me 'half-blood', how dare he?! Said by him, he is half of a bullet, my desire for revenge is unrelenting. The time is right, the place too, I hope not to have to go looking for him, I'm sick of walking with those damned boots. Once I recover my honor, I will come back to town and i will bring the saloon into desolation, just like I did to the last diligence!

That loosened of Smokingclouds told me that if I don't kill him today, I will have to wait at least two more full moon! I do not think, where the hell is he?! I'll find him, even at the cost of losing my other arm!



Steelarm is casted in white metal and is in scale 1:32. The concept was done by Paolo Parente and the sculpture by Raul Garcia Latorre. Now let's speak about Al Capone!



CHAPTER II

16 June 1931 the venire declares the defendant not guilty to all the 23 charges, "The Untouchables" have failed miserably.

Al Capone, the most responsible for the unhealthy climate of Blood City, is on the loose. The number of homicides will increase, now he controls the underground city entirely; at the head of The Steamfit he sows terror and dictates law, its law. The number 1 enemy of America has proven to be the only true untouchable.

"Graft is a byword in American life today. It is law, where no other law is obeyed. It is undermining the country. The honest lawmakers of any city can be counted on your fingers. I could count Chicago’s 2.0 on one hand! Virtue, honor, truth and the law have all vanished from our life". This is his ethics. “I'm the boss. I'm going to continue to run things. They've been putting the roscoe on me for a good many years and I'm still healthy and happy. Don't let anybody kid you into thinking I can be run out of town. I haven't run yet and I'm not going to."



Al Capone is casted in white metal and is in scale 1:32. The concept was done by Andrea Jula and the sculpture by Pedro Fernández Ramos.

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Posted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 - 05:49 AM UTC
These are absolutely great! I remember your Roosevelt figure and that was an imaginative concept as well...

Mario
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Posted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 - 06:14 AM UTC
Thank you really much Mario
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Posted: Wednesday, November 07, 2012 - 12:39 PM UTC
Very interesting figures.