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Friday, March 27, 2020

Media Hype: Duck Tales Back Apr 4, Enter The Florpus, Pure Trance & Wired

The rebooted Duck Tales comes back next week with brand new episodes.

 If you haven't seen Invader Zim: Enter The Florpus, we highly recommend it. We just watched it again for a fourth time and it still holds up at making us laugh. Only on Netflix.

*As a fan of animation and Nickelodeon for ages, it's fascinating to see Nick giving up on showcasing work on its on cable channel and instead making content for Netflix or at least giving it up to run for a number of years on Netflix. Another cartoon called Glitch Techs is another instance of Nick just giving a series to Netflix first with no timeline if it'll ever air on Nick. Nick seems to be stepping as fast as possible into being a content provider and not a channel.

Pure Trance

If you've never dealt with the ultra cute, but at the same time violent & sexy work of Junk Mizuno, where have you been? We mean, Nuclues Gallery usually teams up with her once a year. We're telling you to get a copy of her manga Pure Trance, which is all kinds of messed up in a good way.

Synopsis: Following the Third World War, humankind left the toxic surface of the Earth and built an underground city to survive.

A serious social problem emerged in this new society: hyperorexia, or severe overeating, a side effect of the Pure Trance life-sustaining pill.

Our story begins in a hospital that has been ruined by a tyrannical director, Keiko Yamazaki...

Wired Magazine
As we write this it's $5 for both print and digital for a year, 12 issues
which is usually $10
So, not a bad deal in any case

When is there a better time to read about the newest improvements in the fields of science and technology? We mean you have free time right now. Wired has been our go to magazine for years. Showcasing dreamed up tech that might never come out to stories about the strangest places science can take you. Be that in your home, into crystal caves below the earth or outer space.