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Iron-Kong's story
Everyone thinks they know the story of King Kong. But the truth is quite different. In fact, King Kong was not a giant gorilla, but a huge mecha created by man. Now, you can discover the real story of the powerful Iron-Kong. Please, comment and rate
About this creation

THE STORY



At the end of the 19th century, the famous professor Carl Denham traveled across the seas to the island of the skull in order to capture a giant gorilla specimen.






Returning to New-London he transferred the brain of the animal in a gigantic artificial body animated by the power of steam. Iron-Kong is born.















Here, you can see the gorilla's brain.



At the beginning, Kong is very disturbed and he gives vent to his fury.



But the professor has a remote control to control his powerful creation.



When he's quiet, Kong can eat a huge banana.









The aim of Professor Carl Denham is to educate and teach to Kong the good manners of high society of New-London. He wants that he's becoming a true "GentleKong".









Professor Carl Denham has one daughter, the beautiful Lady Jessica. And unfortunately, poor Kong fall madly in love of her.



But she reject advances of that monstrous suitor when he want to offer her some "flowers".



Enraged, he destroy the remote control. He kidnaps Lady jessica and he climb on top of the tallest building of New-London: The Jackson Tower.






Taken refuge at the top of the Jackson Tower, Kong is attacked by the fighters of the Black Dragons' squadron.









Kong is powerful but he was not created for the war and he succumbs to the heavy machine guns and to the bombs of combat aircraft.







THE END

LANDSCAPES AND CHARACTERS



The Jackson Tower empty












The Black Dragon's fighter















FUNNY!



Circus Kong: the dream of Kong. A life of showman and entertainment. A life he could never live. Poor Kong ...



SMALL




Thanks for visiting




Comments

 I like it 
  May 9, 2012
Brilliant. The Kong is great but I like the smaller things aswel such as the Dragon Gunship :D
 I like it 
  January 22, 2012
This is fantastic. The combination of steampunk mech + giant monkey works so well. :D
 I like it 
  May 25, 2011
Très sympa ce MOC, et les mise en scène avec le kong"clown et le Kong"gentleman sont tordantes! Keep on bricking!
 I like it 
  May 9, 2011
"Twas beauty that smashed the beast!" This is great!
 I like it 
  May 4, 2011
That is AWESOME! This needs way more attention! Great job!
 I like it 
  May 1, 2011
HAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Fan-bloody-tastic! Crazy, funney, awesome... You my freind should be locked in a zoo, you my freind are a genious.
 I like it 
  April 27, 2011
Awesome!All builds are very well done, and the storyline is very interesting. The circus Kong gave me a goog giggle.
 I like it 
  April 27, 2011
This is great! Excellent builds and idea, Dude!
 I like it 
  April 27, 2011
Pure craziness!~H
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  April 24, 2011
Sweet build. I rather like Jackson Tower, and I love the little brain case on Iron-Kong, especially with the top hat. One thing I would say is that your pictures would be better without all of the extraneous text on every photo, and it would probably save you time as well. All in all though, good work.
 I like it 
  April 24, 2011
:D nicely made... really love the head
 
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