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The Future That Never Was - RADIO FREAK

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LET'S GO TO THE MALL! Stuck on a rooftop during a hide out, Ali starts recounting one of her adventures on Callisto, the Jovian moon-city. Shopping sessions, bar fights, gnarly monsters and sinister government men spiced a birthday night worth remembering. Thus, what better guest to share her barely made-up story than Bill Murray? RADIO FREAK is a short biopunk story taking place between the first two seasons of KITTY KITTY. It is part of The Future That Never Was book series. The Future That Never Was features an alternate space age where the Soviets colonized the belt before David Bowie sang Life on Mars; where rogue AIs took over the web; where pizza came in cans. Humankind couldn't dream of a more exciting future. Yet, as foolishness eventually turned Earth into a nuclear wasteland, shadows began to conspire from the heart of the Moon to beyond the mysterious Planet Nine...
Release date NZ
July 22nd, 2022
Audience
  • General (US: Trade)
Pages
110
Dimensions
127x203x7
ISBN-13
9798842076390
Product ID
36894864

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