Ok, so I’m going out on a limb for this interpretation of the Tin Man. In fact, I’m sure it has something to do with a recent documentary I watched on classic horror films. The monsters from outer space in the old B movies always seemed to have only one eye. Why not do the same to the Tin Man. When you read the book, he seems far scarier than in the film. Maybe there’s more horror weirdness in this one than there needs be, but it’s fun to make him impossibly creepy. Well, his design does seem to defy engineering. Hell, if George Lucus could do it for his robots, so can I.

More to come…

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