A street urchin is crazy enough to walk into the criminals club 'Dagger and Skull' and 'arrest' all the thieving or murderous members, barely rescued in time by his idolized 'role model' from the same gutter, Aladdin. Still determined to become a hero himself, the boy sneaks into Mechanikles' workshop, hiding inside the head of the latest addition to his mechanical army, not a bug but 'Junior', a giant metal copy of his master and thus finds himself in the right place to steer it by treading. Junior is meant and ordered to destroy Aladdin, but his new 'brain' rather defeats a minotaur to save him, and keeps 'rebelliously' doing good his maker considers bad-boy behavior, till the 'flying remote' is made operational... Written by
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The little boy who idolizes Aladdin is named Wahid. "Wahid" is Arabic for "boy". See more
References A Clockwork Orange