There is a Hero’s Duty console game set in an alternative universe. Dr. Brad Scott lost his fiance, a sergeant by the name of Tamora Jean Calhoun, in an off-planet war. Angered and distraught by her death, Dr. Brad Scott ‘recreated’ his wife. During this time he was very mentally unstable and integrated into his homage of Tamora Jean Calhoun several weapons of war to highlight her strength whilst simultaneously expressing his anger towards the army. The robot Calhoun malfunctions and became the ultimate weapon of mass destruction.
It is up to the player to follow the robot Calhoun and see what she’s been up to during her horrific mission.
Seriously, Wreck-It-Ralph Spoilers.
Okay. I’m going to reiterate. SPOILERS AHEAD!
I saw Wreck-It-Ralph for the first time tonight. Oh my God! Amazing. As I drove home in a daze, I came to an additional, tragic realization.
The Cy-bugs become what they eat. It worked with the guns, the candy, and (last spoiler warning) King Candy. The thing is, in the case of King Candy, the bug became him and he became the bug. He was still “alive” and pretty much himself minus the bug tendencies.
A Cy-bug ate Sergeant Calhoun’s first love, Dr. Brad Scott. It’s in her programmed backstory. A Cy-bug becomes what it eats. Sergeant Calhoun killed the Cy-bug that ate her love. I have to wonder what her lover’s last thoughts were.
Why would his Dynamite Gal shoot him down like a bug, the vermin, the enemy? Could he possibly understand what happened to him? Would he have survived the night if she hadn’t killed him?
Just thought I’d share. Now excuse me as I huddle into a ball and cry myself to sleep.