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Lot 107: Johnny Mnemonic, mixed media life size prop model of a biomechanical dolphin, 85". $3,500.

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15 Responses:

  1. Jim Sweeney says:

    Ideally he has a few functions, like video projector, and/or drinks dispenser.

  2. Not an actual security system, Jim?

  3. Sheila Marie says:

    Only if you mount a laser in his mouth.

  4. Jim Sweeney says:

    a "frickin'" laser...

  5. Geoff Smith says:

    For being life sized, $3500 is rather reasonable.

  6. It's not the robot dolphins that nail you in the pocketbook, it's the cost of having the moat installed for them to swim in.

  7. Kyle Huff says:

    Now I can break all teh c0d3z! MUhahahahahahaha!

  8. Cranial data access port.

  9. Bill Paul says:

    Apparently the same auction included a bunch of X-Men 1/2 movie props including:

    - A life-size mannequin of Mystique covered with silicone costume appliques
    - Plaster casts of Rebecca Romijn's boobs
    - A silicone "stunt-double" replica bust of Lady Deathstrike (also with boobs)
    - Sabretooth's hair and unibrow prosthetic
    - Toad's silicone tongue and several "toad-spit" facemasks
    - Multiple Nightcrawler hands, feet and tail props
    - Eerily realistic silicone "stunt-double" version of Wolverine's right forearm and fist

    I currently lack the capacity to even.

  10. Rusty says:


  11. Laura Rubin says:

    I wonder what it's made of. Plastics are notoriously hard to stop decomposing, and latex casts are doubly so.

    • nooj says:

      That's not a problem here: naturally, the possessing demon heals the host body. The fun lasts for generations!

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