The Texas Mack has the image of the popular image of a cowboy. Compared to its original counterpart, the Texas Mack has broader shoulder and leg armor. The Hat Machine also partly resembles an airplane with a tail fin and wings. It features a blue vest and axilla area, a brown belt with a gun holster, and a ragged yellow cape.
Abilities and Equipment Edit
The Texas Mack is armed with a pair of revolvers, its fists, and a semi-automatic rifle for regular combat; as well as a lasso for restraining enemies. It is capable of short range flight. For more powerful enemies, it uses a gigantic rifle (dubbed by Jack as the "way too much high power man" cannon) that is stored in a large coffin that is capable of effortlessly destroying armies of Mechasaurs, but due to its large and unwieldy size it cannot be carried for long distances. As such, a number of storage are based around American owned areas including the White House and the American military base near Japan. The Hat Machine occupied by Mary King can function as a fighter plane as well as a shield. For long distance flight, Texas Mack rides the horse support mech Pasture King piloted by Jack's dog.
- Texas Mack's use of a coffin and a secret weapon inside is a shout out to the Spaghetti Western film character Django, more specifically the original film by Sergio Corbucci.