hmmm, that's not a bad idea. I do love Trevor Henderson's work, and my son is currently obsessed with Siren Head, Breaking News, Tunnel Worm and the other Henderson creatures that have been made into video game characters. I could give ol' Siren Head a shot.
I was actually thinking about that the other day. In my mind, Siren Head is a sort of modern tsukumogami- a Japanese yokai which takes the form of a living inanimate object like a sandal, parasol, or even a paper-screen door. In Japanese folklore it's believed that an object gains a spirit when it's been around for 100 years. Drawing off of this, in modern Japanese folklore there is a belief that machines and electronics can come to life and link together to form weird technological chimeras. You see this in anime from the 1980s like Rojin Z or Robot Carnival.
I like to think Siren Head is one of these technological tsukumogami, formed from an old radio tower that has come to life.