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‘Pacific Rim’ + Chris Perrin’s ‘Mecha’

Fight the Hurricane, Cancel the Apocalypse

“The world is coming to an end. So where would you rather die? Here? Or in a Jaeger?”

— Stacker Pentecost, ‘Pacific Rim’




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