Robert Rankin's badass homemade raygun

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8 Responses to “Robert Rankin's badass homemade raygun”

  1. Johne Cook says:

    We have Ray Gun Revival (which sounds like Reagan Revival, but which actually has nothing whatever to do with the GOP).

    [shameless plug - RGR just celebrated milestone Issue #50!]

  2. Crawford Tillinghast says:

    If that thing actually works, I might just be feeling a little inadequate right now.

    If not, then I don’t.

  3. Philipshade says:

    check the Raygunz pool on Flickr
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/raygunz/pool/

  4. Ocker3 says:

    Very steampunk and all, but I prefer a Strohl Munitions BH-209i as demonstrated by Sergeant Schlock here. With great glee.

  5. BritSwedeGuy says:

    I love his books (there’s something almost Irish about his style of writing, maybe it’s that they’re like tall tails or pub-spun yarns) and his covers always have a lovely retro fetishistic quality to them.
    Also I pass some of the places his books mention frequently and I can never look at them in quite the same way again.

  6. zish says:

    I have a small collection of rayguns.

    Ooh! Oooh! Do you have a Ronald Raygun?

    I’m so very sorry for that.

  7. mmbb says:

    Robert, I have a bottle full of rays left over from a previous project. Would you like them?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Hey all you scifi nuts – rayguns have been around for almost 150 years and are not fictional. The first ray gun was created in the 1860s. It was a heat ray that used a salt crystal for a lens. I lack any clue what it looked like.

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