ROBO-OCTOPUSSY- Matte paper : poster: In a battle between the apex predator of the jungle vs. that of the ocean, I would always bet on the jungle...even in this "away-game" depicted here. Of course, that is only until the technology of the Great White Shark rises to meet that of the Lions'. At that point, it is anybody's guess. However, Great White Sharks have had eons longer, by evolutionary standards, to develop their technology than Lions have. Honestly, I am beginning to lose hope in the sea's apex-predator. To add insult to injury, Lions will forever dwarf the Great White in classiness. I have never seen a Great White Shark drink red wine: just stinky, yucky blood. We should not place much hope on the Great White; those fish are not building enormous and fantastic Mech-Warriors too awful soon, I suspect. They have nothing but time, yet, they have not evolved at all since the pre-historic period. Without a doubt, the mammal is mother nature's champion apex-predator and her extremely debonaire Magnum Opus.
A statement in any room. These matte, museum-quality posters are printed on durable, archival paper.