Remember the early days of the Covenant's Cannon Fodder war grunts? Remember when they would consistently die at your hands and shear awesomeness? HA! Remember when they would cray in fear as you took down their leader? Ah, good times. Good Times. Well, remember the rare times you, yourself, would fall at their numbers or that lucky grenade stick the little guy would get? Not so much fun was it? Well, not until they would suddenly call dibs on your helmet. Then it was just funny because you couldn't help but picture what a grunt would look like in a Spartan helmet. Well, now you can relive that memory every day! That's right, one of those little buggers actually got the helmet. And boy was he happy! Sadly, after this photo was take, he learned the helmet was stuck and he starved to death. Don't let his death be in vain. Remember him and spread his joy to others. Order Today!
Tags: parody, video-games, mashup, gaming, halo
The Grunt ecosystem is huge and it's growing every day. With literally hundreds of plugins to choose from, you can use Grunt to automate just about anything with a minimum of effort. If someone hasn't already built what you need, authoring and publishing your own Grunt plugin to npm is a breeze
USMC turned Cyborg. The Cyberines are the next level of military evolution. Cyberine was in a tragic accident that required the government to make him better, stronger and faster. And it cost a helluva lot more than $6 million dollars. The Cyberines follow a "family" of Cybernetic Marines. They are the top tier of elite combat class of soldier: the USCC, the United States Cyberine Corps. Their members are recruited and trained at a young age and then cybernetically or genetically enhanced due to an accident or injury that has occurred in the line of duty.
Tags: semper-fi, marine, cybernetics, warhammer, comics