Most Implausible Combat Vehicles

It's all about combat at the cinema this weekend: G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (live action toys vs. bad guys, studio vs. critics, movie vs. our critic), Julie & Julia (legendary female chef vs. chauvinistic men, blogger vs. cookbook), A Perfect Getaway (lovers vs. psychopaths, logic vs. thrills). Personally, I haven't seen any of those yet, but I'm hoping they'll exceed my expectations for entertainment. In the meantime, in the spirit of combat, Topless Robot presents their picks for "The 7 Most Implausible Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Vehicles."

Think about the possibilities. What if you could head into battle behind the wheel of a tank that launches pizzas at the enemy? What if you could vanquish the villains by tossing them into the Flushomatic Slime Pit (a self-described "high tech toilet bowl")? Coolest of all: what if you could stealthily, yet gracefully, silently sail over enemy lines, thanks to the Ninja Turtle Blimp?

Sure, G.I. Joe has all the latest, futuristic geegaws and gadgets, and Julie & Julia has its kitchen utensils, and A Perfect Getaway has its kisses and hand weapons, but if I could stride into battle atop a "Thrashin', Bad Boy Bashin' Skateboard" (AKA Cheapskate Motorized Skateboard), I think the fight would be over before it even began. You can check out all seven implausible combat vehicles at Topless Robot. Feel free to let us know: what are your picks for the most implausible combat vehicles -- from real life, movies, cartoons, or toy shelves?

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