Tired of being considered tasty with butter and garlic, these are now human-sized and temperamental.
The Lobster's body is covered in thickly armored shellfish carapace. His head is a strange blend of a lobster and a human, more the former than the latter. Instead of a face it has two long eye stalks.
And rather than a nose and mouth it has instead a simple set of powerful mandibles. His body is stout and thick with a very soft chest and abdomen. He has 2 flat breasts. His arms are thin but strong. Rather than hands there are two very large pincers like that of a lobster. His legs are a multitude of legs, about six in all. All of these legs are attached to his lower abdomen. Replacing his hips and ass is a tail. It is long and wide-fined at the end, heavily muscled on the underside to propel him through water BACKWARD at great speed. Under the tail is a small clutch of lobster eggs, fiercely guarded by much smaller gripping fins.