Monster of the Day #185 Updated on January 25, 2011 By Ken Begg 16 Comments AIIIIEEEE! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1551 (Apr 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1550 (Apr 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1549 (Apr 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1548 (Apr 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1547 (Apr 13, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb So, what exactly does this thing do, stare you to death? KeithB I loved this creature. (It seems to me that the villians on this show could have made a *lot* more fame and fortune just selling their inventions publically! ) KeithB EricB: It was a robot spy. roger h where’s H.E.L.P.E.R.? John M. Hanna Second greatest JQ monster after ‘The Invisible Monster’. KeithB You should know, Mr. Hanna, and I agree. Though giant pterodactyls have a soft spot in my heart. Reed Walking eye, Hank. Walking eye! BeckoningChasm AIIIIEEEE! I saw what you did there. Rock Baker Yes, ANY monster kid who saw the opening credits became an instant fan of Jonny Quest the second this thing popped up! That the episode itself has the feel of a 50s monster movie only makes it better. So can we expect to see the giant robot crawdad tomorrow? KeithB Maybe we’re going with a different theme and it will be the Crawling Eye Creatures – after all it is the time of year for a ski vacation. Rock Baker Hmmmmm. Green Slime, Robot Spy, Crawling Eye, Eye Creatures, Cyclops, “Cyclops” from Atomic Submarine, that eye monster from Freakazoid!, assorted Japanese critters, Beast with a Million Eyes (poster version), The Cyclops, the cyclops that Kirk Morris fought, Harryhausen’s centaur, a Space Ghost enemy or two, that Eye Creature-like monster from the Power Rangers show, sodajerk from Twilight Zone, Gigan, that Gigan-like critter from Babes in Toyland, those are some ocular monsters that spring to mind…. zombiewhacker Or better yet, how about Sandy Duncan? John Campbell It doesn’t get any better than the original JQ… Zombiewhacker – you are a genius. That’s the best bit of “totally out of left field” silliness I’ve seen here! Ivan Linares (from Brazil) Hey, Mr. Baker (or Mr. Rock?), there is also Gyodai, the one-eyed, monster-enlarging creature from the japanese series “Changeman”! Rock Baker Not knowing the finer points of Japanese television, I stuck with the notation “assorted Japanese critters” to play things safe. I’m sure there are a couple more from other Asian countries to boot! Rock Baker Oh, and I forgot about the cycloptic Green Slime-like invaders who took over Moon Base Alpha in that two parter of Space: 1999. Also, the Zero-X Mars exploration crew ran across those one-eyed rock snakes in Thunderbirds are Go!