The viral marketing that kicked off yesterday for the upcoming Guillermo del Toro epic Pacific Rim continued late into the night, with blueprints for Russian and Australian Jaegers being released in addition to the American one teased before.
The Russian jaeger, called Cherno, features a more dehumanized look than the other two, with what looks like the blade of a snowplow for a "face."
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Third and lastly (for now), an Australian Jaeger called Eureka has also surfaced, this one identified as "the most advanced battle machine ever assembled." This one reminds me, more than any of the rest of the designs by a long stretch, of the Kryptonian Battle Armor that Superman occasionally piloted (usually when his powers were depleted during the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths, pre-Infinite Crisis period of Superman comics.