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The state of cyberpunk this Friday brings us an undeniable link between private intelligence and government policing, a respectful view of one of cinema’s greatest feats, and the return of an Anonymous face. Let’s see just how bad things got this Last Week in Cyberpunk. Cyberpunk Reality Millions Flee Chinese Cities to Escape Pollution China’s […]

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Welcome to the Cyberpunk Now. Robots patrol the streets, kill criminals, and make you burgers. Robocop anyone? Cyberpunk Reality Dallas Police Deploy Robot to End Standoff During a peaceful demonstration in downtown Dallas, Texas, police and protestors were subjected to a barrage of gunfire, resulting in injuries of police and civilians and claiming the lives […]

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Our reality continues to march blindly into the cautionary territory of cyberpunk dystopias. The most progress this week seems to be in the field of artificial intelligence. This is mirrored in the number of upcoming films that focus on the rise of AI. Amidst continuing reboots, there is some new unique cyberpunk worlds to explore […]

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Last May, we featured a teaser for Temple, a cyberpunk short directed by Nguyen-Anh Nguyen. Some of you may remember him from the live-action Akira fan film that emerged a couple of years back. Recently, Nguyen released the full 8-minute sci-fi thriller, and it’s an exciting watch for anyone interested in the genre. Ngyuen is also […]

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Baoh is one of the more obscure cyberpunk animes out there. I suspect that is often overlooked because of it’s strong biopunk and shonen (anime for boys, think Dragonball or Naruto) elements. Baoh was written in manga form in 1984, and adapted for film in 1989. Akira was written in manga form in 1982, and […]

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Marco Ramirez, the new showrunner/writer of Marvel’s Daredevil Netflix original television series has been hired to write a screenplay for a live-action adaptation of the well-revered cyberpunk anime / Katsuhiro Otomo‘s six-volume manga Akira, according to a report on Slashfilm.com. Ramirez was a writer on Sons of Anarchy, Orange Is the New Black, and Da Vinci’s Demons before being a […]

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