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Alita: Battle Angel, A Manga Adaptation That Doesn’t Suck

Battle Angel Alita by Yukito Kishiro, also known as Gunnm (Gun Dream), was one of my early exposures to the cyberpunk genre and at that time in my teens, I fell in love with the characters, the world ...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 1/19/19

Hello you beautiful digital angels. We are back with another Last Week in Cyberpunk, bringing you news of the latest massive privacy breach, a killer new short film by Keiichi Matsuda, and some u...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 5/6/2017

There is a whole host of news relating to cyberpunk movies this week, some have officially died and some have moved forward, some have been resurrected. Reality, as always it seems, has ignored the wa...

Last Week in Cyberpunk 1/27/17

Genetic abominations, creation of biometric databases, and a real fight against draconian copyright law line our dystopian reality this week. Big cyberpunk names like BLAME!, Terminator, and Judge Dre...

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1979’s Alien Is Part Of The Cyberpunk Zeitgeist

At first glance Ridley Scott’s Alien, from 1979, is easy to dismiss from discussions about cyberpunk. When perceived as a movie about an alien stalking the crew of a spaceship, I can understand ...

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Orphan Black Takes Notes From Dark Angel

As this season’s subplots set themselves up, giving each of the sisters something to do, we see echoes from another biopunk show from some time ago and it’s leaving things on Orphan Black ...

Terminator Genisys Review

The new Terminator movie claimed to be the true successor to Terminator and Terminator 2: Judgement Day. So much so that even James Cameron said it was the real third film. I’m not sure that the...