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  • Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project. (WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at ).
  • The City is a large Utopian metropolis, and the setting of the original Mirror's Edge. Colorful and vibrant, the majority of the colors within the city are white, blue, and orange (with a lack of red), while many building interiors are white, red, and green. It is under constant construction, as construction materials and equipment appear in nearly every area.
  • After the virus rid the world of all adults, the remaining population of kids was presumably never counted. The closest estimate was given In the city leader election at the end of Series 3, where there was a total of 3521 votes counted. That is, however, a rough estimate as many people gave double votes and it does not account for blank votes or the people who did not vote. The number would also have decreased due to the large number of people taken during the Techno invasion, though a lot of Technos also added to the count.
  • The City is a ubiquitous musical track which first appeared in Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, composed by Kurt Harland. It is also featured on the promotional material section of Soul Reaver 2.
  • The City's 1 of the only 2 major areas throughout the Curious George universe (other than minor areas such as Hawaii & Sydney). The City's a fictional city adjacent to The Country that resembles New York City & possibly even Chicago. Little specific information's given on the layout of The City, with the exception of a few maps which either show only a certain neighborhood of the municipality or are very general. This includes a map of a subway line & a bus map that show the area surrounding the Glass Palace & the Library.
  • Although the exact location of the City is unknown, it is described as being sighted on the West Coast of the USA. It is a coastal city, having extensive waterfronts and island outposts. Being placed on a major faultline, the city is constantly under siege by earthquakes, causing a wide array of disasters. From falling towers to crumbling streets, the city is the very definition of mayhem. Judging from the mock-up of the Trans America Building, found in San Francisco, and the whole situation with a massive earthquake rocking the entire city, as well as the "The City" being a nickname of San Francisco's, it is safe to assume that it is heavily based on San Francisco.
  • The City appears in various episodes of Invader Zim, and is a key location to many of the episodes. It appears to be a normal city, and shares several similarities with many big US cities. The city's total population and density are unknown.
  • The City (2001) is a short movie directed by Amy Anderson, Anthony Bergman, and Chuck Coons.
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  • The City is a large city where many Sims live in. The City has many neighborhoods and districts where citizens live in their homes and run their businesses. The City is divided in four major sections: Main Street, the Headquarters district (a branch of the Sim Protection Agency), the Industrial District and the Boardwalk. All the major areas in the City are connected by a high-speed monorail system, accessible for all City residents and visitors.
  • The City is the city where The Tick fights crime. It appears in every version of The Tick, and is a home for numerous superheroes and supervillains. In the first episode of The Tick the animated series, it is implied that The City is where the incompetent superheroes are sent to protect. It is believed that the name "The City" is a corruption of the French "Les Citrons" (The Lemons).
  • The City is divided into several : * The Tower, home of the Guardians * The Wall that protects the City from The Darkness
  • Looking for a place to hang in Animal Crossing. After you have met everyone, you can take the bus to the city. Get a Mii Makeover or a new hairdo at Shampoodle. Get an invitation to Redds shop and buy exotic cool things join the Happy Room Academy and check out the latest styles! Buy expensive decor for your home at GracieGracie. There are many things you can do in the city!:)
  • "The City" is a Moon Man song from Yes We Klan. Its backing music comes from "The City" by The Game. Sun Man makes a brief appearance in the song.
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=The City/preload editintro=The City/editintro width=25 This will be a virtual city that you help create.
  • The City is the initial setting of the first book in the Original arc. It also makes an appearance in the third book, Darkness Falls. It is mainly inhabited by longpaws and various animals such as: raccoons, foxes, crows, cats and dogs.
  • Poem by DJ Tyrer in which a nameless narrator finds themselves in a nameless and empty city. Published in A Broken Mind (Atlantean Publishing).
  • The City has several waterfront areas as well as a thriving theatrical and nightclub district. Like many large cities in America, the City has at least one major newspaper - The Daily. The City has both a subway system and an elevated train system. The City is prone to harsh winters with heavy snowfall. The City is within driving distance to rural areas that include farmland. Suburban communities around the City have been identified by names including Homewood, Buffalo Grove, Woodale and McHenry County (see "The Chicago Connection" below).
  • The city is the fourth episode of SpongeBob: corrupt waters. Transcript: Mr. Krabs: lets sing a song aa.. ohh!!! Narrator: Two hours of very bad singing later Mr. Krabs: .. and money talks to me! Squidward: welcome to New Kelp City! (shows mossy,destroyed city) Sandy: Gee, sure looks peaceful. Patrick: VACATION?! nice! SpongeBob: No Patrick this is a getaway, or die. Patrick: Ohh. ok. (Squidward drives in) pearl: Oh god is that a bloody head? Patrick: gross. (zombie jumps on car) everyone: ahhh! (car drives into a parking lot, zombie flies off.) Squidward: SpongeBob! take the shotgun! (shoots zombie) (end)
  • The City is an unnamed, and presumably well-populated city where the majority of the events in A Series of Unfortunate Events take place. In the film, it is claimed that the city is Boston, Massachusetts. However, this does not necessarily apply to the books or TV series.
  • This is actually a really complicated question. Maybe more complicated then it has to be. There is no concrete answer to this. The game takes place over the course of several days in October 2011. The City that the game takes place in is never named, but signs on the highway in the chapter "Crime Scene" indicate that it is somewhere near New York. David Cage of Quantic Dream mentioned that the City is modeled after Philadelphia. It should also be noted that on Jackson "Mad Jack" Neville's identification card as seen in "Jayden Blues," it says he lives in Southern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also, the letter that was sent to Lauren Winter's husband Allan before their son disappeared is addressed to Springfield, Pennsylvania. There is also a map of Philadelphia in Scott Shelby's office. Fina
  • Taxon is a small city bordered on two sides by forest and on a third side by ocean. The fourth side is an ever-shifting zone that changes from month to month. (The fifth and sixth sides, of course, are earth and air.) The area enclosed by the city limits is about a mile on each side. (Characters can ascend vertically one mile before reaching the boundary, or, in theory, dig one mile down as well if they have that sort of ability.) Central is bordered by the Miskatonic River to the north, the waterfront to the west, the forest to the east and south, and the Buenaventura River to the southwest.
  • The City is an American television soap opera that aired on ABC from November 13, 1995 to March 28, 1997. The series was a continuation of the serial Loving, which ran from 1983 until 1995, and featured the surviving central characters of its final major story arc, which saw most of the show's characters fall victim to a serial killer. The characters that survived moved from Corinth, Pennsylvania to New York City and settled in the Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo.
  • In Destiny the Pop Star Fairy, there is the Grand Hotel. There is a hotel suite, the girls’ apartment and the lounge. The lounge is very big, with red and gold wallpaper and a big Christmas tree in the middle. The city also featured Harwoods Department Store. It is the most famous shopping centre in the city. It is a parody of Harrods, the shopping department store in London. There are lots of departments like the fashion department, the music department, the electrical department and the toy department. The Supersonic Stadium is a huge performing stadium where The Angels performed their charity concert. It has lots of storage rooms, backstage rooms and a large stage. Main Street is a busy street where the Christmas lights were turned on. Further away from Main Street is the Theatre, where
  • Story copied from the Wikisource. It was golden and splendid, That City of light; A vision suspended In deeps of the night; A region of wonder and glory, whose temples were marble and white. I remember the season It dawn'd on my gaze; The mad time of unreason, The brain-numbing days When Winter, white-sheeted and ghastly, stalks onward to torture and craze. More lovely than Zion It shone in the sky When the beams of Orion Beclouded my eye, Bringing sleep that was filled with dim mem'ries of moments obscure and gone by. Its mansions were stately, With carvings made fair, Each rising sedately On terraces rare,
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Appearances
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Download
  • The Lost Worlds
  • Nosgothic Realm
Producer
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  • SR1-Music-TheCity.ogg
Residents
  • * Count Olaf * Bertrand Baudelaire * Beatrice Baudelaire * Violet Baudelaire * Klaus Baudelaire * Sunny Baudelaire * Count Olaf * Esmé Squalor * Jerome Squalor * Justice Strauss * Arthur Poe * Polly Poe * Edgar Poe * Albert Poe * Dewey Denouement * Ernest Denouement * Frank Denouement
Introduced
  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver
Name
  • The City
Type
  • City
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Speaker
  • Lucky thinking of the City's center
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  • • The Human Citadel
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  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver musical track
Description
  • One of the entries for the MikuExpo Contest 2015.
Color
  • #B2E7E1; color: #9B85B4
Composer
  • • Jim Hedges
  • • Kurt Harland
  • • Greg Shaw
Quote
  • …He ran, heading for the center of the city, where he knew most longpaws prowled. He tended to avoid these particular streets if he could. Usually there was nothing but noise: the constant growl of loudcages, longpaws barking at one another. But as he approached, the only thing Lucky heard was the moan of wind between buildings, the drip of water, the creak and groan of roofs, and metal bent to the breaking point.
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  • The Empty City, chapter 5
Location
  • Earth
  • Next to the Briny Beach
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  • Animals
  • Humans
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  • Open Journal Systems. 2012. Open Journal Systems. Public Knowledge Project. (WUaS's wiki, information technologies and criteria for this - informed by the WUaS academic journal subject matter - are developing, since you can already publish your article at ).
  • The City is a large Utopian metropolis, and the setting of the original Mirror's Edge. Colorful and vibrant, the majority of the colors within the city are white, blue, and orange (with a lack of red), while many building interiors are white, red, and green. It is under constant construction, as construction materials and equipment appear in nearly every area.
  • After the virus rid the world of all adults, the remaining population of kids was presumably never counted. The closest estimate was given In the city leader election at the end of Series 3, where there was a total of 3521 votes counted. That is, however, a rough estimate as many people gave double votes and it does not account for blank votes or the people who did not vote. The number would also have decreased due to the large number of people taken during the Techno invasion, though a lot of Technos also added to the count.
  • The City is an American television soap opera that aired on ABC from November 13, 1995 to March 28, 1997. The series was a continuation of the serial Loving, which ran from 1983 until 1995, and featured the surviving central characters of its final major story arc, which saw most of the show's characters fall victim to a serial killer. The characters that survived moved from Corinth, Pennsylvania to New York City and settled in the Manhattan neighborhood of SoHo. The show was co-created by Agnes Nixon, the creator of Loving, and the show's last pair of headwriters, Barbara Esensten and James Harmon Brown. The show won two Daytime Emmy Awards in 1996.
  • The City is a ubiquitous musical track which first appeared in Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, composed by Kurt Harland. It is also featured on the promotional material section of Soul Reaver 2.
  • The City's 1 of the only 2 major areas throughout the Curious George universe (other than minor areas such as Hawaii & Sydney). The City's a fictional city adjacent to The Country that resembles New York City & possibly even Chicago. Little specific information's given on the layout of The City, with the exception of a few maps which either show only a certain neighborhood of the municipality or are very general. This includes a map of a subway line & a bus map that show the area surrounding the Glass Palace & the Library.
  • In Destiny the Pop Star Fairy, there is the Grand Hotel. There is a hotel suite, the girls’ apartment and the lounge. The lounge is very big, with red and gold wallpaper and a big Christmas tree in the middle. The city also featured Harwoods Department Store. It is the most famous shopping centre in the city. It is a parody of Harrods, the shopping department store in London. There are lots of departments like the fashion department, the music department, the electrical department and the toy department. The Supersonic Stadium is a huge performing stadium where The Angels performed their charity concert. It has lots of storage rooms, backstage rooms and a large stage. Main Street is a busy street where the Christmas lights were turned on. Further away from Main Street is the Theatre, where many musical and productions are put on. In Selena the Sleepover Fairy, the story is mostly set in the National Museum. It is a museum with lots of different exhibitions. It is where the giant eco-charity sleepover was held in Selena the Sleepover Fairy. It is a giant building with a grand appearance. There are two pillars on each side of the stone door entrance. The glass dome reveals a large view of the sky and wide flights of stone steps lead to different exhibitions and galleries. There is a life-size dinosaur in the centre of the hall. The crypt is under the museum. There are lots of big crates and stored exhibitions down there, as well as deep tunnels that run underneath the buildings of the city. Galleries and exhibitions include the Roman Gallery, the Diamond Exhibition, the Dinosaur Gallery, the Arctic Display In Elizabeth the Jubilee Fairy, the girls are in London, UK. Places featured in the story are the Tower of London, where the exhibition for the Crown Jewels is, and the River Thames, where the river pageant was held. In Catherine the Fashion Princess Fairy, there is a huge palace that is the busiest spot in the city. The three princesses live in the palace. It is a place of excitement and adventure, since Rachel seems so excited to see the famous places. Other places are the Grand City Gallery, where lots of paintings and art are, and the Yellow Room, a place of residence in the outskirts of the city.
  • Although the exact location of the City is unknown, it is described as being sighted on the West Coast of the USA. It is a coastal city, having extensive waterfronts and island outposts. Being placed on a major faultline, the city is constantly under siege by earthquakes, causing a wide array of disasters. From falling towers to crumbling streets, the city is the very definition of mayhem. Judging from the mock-up of the Trans America Building, found in San Francisco, and the whole situation with a massive earthquake rocking the entire city, as well as the "The City" being a nickname of San Francisco's, it is safe to assume that it is heavily based on San Francisco.
  • This is actually a really complicated question. Maybe more complicated then it has to be. There is no concrete answer to this. The game takes place over the course of several days in October 2011. The City that the game takes place in is never named, but signs on the highway in the chapter "Crime Scene" indicate that it is somewhere near New York. David Cage of Quantic Dream mentioned that the City is modeled after Philadelphia. It should also be noted that on Jackson "Mad Jack" Neville's identification card as seen in "Jayden Blues," it says he lives in Southern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also, the letter that was sent to Lauren Winter's husband Allan before their son disappeared is addressed to Springfield, Pennsylvania. There is also a map of Philadelphia in Scott Shelby's office. Finally, the City is referred to being on "the east coast." Despite these clues, a cut scene at the beginning of "The Old Warehouse" (if Ethan arrives) shows a flashback to the scene from "The Mall" in which Scott witnessed Jason's death; the phone number for a store in the background of this scene has the area code "218", which is assigned to northern Minnesota. (Philadelphia's area code is "215".)
  • The City has several waterfront areas as well as a thriving theatrical and nightclub district. Like many large cities in America, the City has at least one major newspaper - The Daily. The City has both a subway system and an elevated train system. The City is prone to harsh winters with heavy snowfall. The City is within driving distance to rural areas that include farmland. Suburban communities around the City have been identified by names including Homewood, Buffalo Grove, Woodale and McHenry County (see "The Chicago Connection" below). The City is part of the mainland rather than an island or archipelago of islands. The City's local government is overseen by a Mayor, of which there have been several shown in the strip. The City is part of a larger County, rather than encompassing several different counties. The City is said to be located at approximately "Mid-Continent." The City has shown to be east of Kansas City, Missouri and west of New York City. However, when Morin Plenty planned his cross-country walking trip (with Dick Tracy firing the starting pistol), he stated that he was departing from New York City. He and Tracy were not shown traveling to New York for the start of the journey. The North Woods, the large stretch of forest land extending from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the northern parts of Wisconsin and Minnesota, and across the Canadian border into Ontario, is a favorite vacation spot for residents of the City, and Tracy and his family have taken trips there on several occasions.
  • The City is an unnamed, and presumably well-populated city where the majority of the events in A Series of Unfortunate Events take place. In the film, it is claimed that the city is Boston, Massachusetts. However, this does not necessarily apply to the books or TV series. The Baudelaire Mansion, 667 Dark Avenue, Count Olaf's house, Café Salmonella, and Hotel Denouement are found in the city. Briny Beach is also near the city. There are a number of business districts present, including the fish district and stationery district. Café Salmonella is located in the fish district, which looks, smells, feels, sounds, and if you were to lick the streets, probably tastes like fish. Mulctuary Money Management, the bank where Arthur Poe works, is located in the banking district of the city. In Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography, the Royal Gardens, a public garden, was burned down and only clumps of dirt remained. The city is portrayed as gloomy, polluted, gray and inhabited by bizarre individuals.
  • The City appears in various episodes of Invader Zim, and is a key location to many of the episodes. It appears to be a normal city, and shares several similarities with many big US cities. The city's total population and density are unknown.
  • The City (2001) is a short movie directed by Amy Anderson, Anthony Bergman, and Chuck Coons.
  • Story copied from the Wikisource. It was golden and splendid, That City of light; A vision suspended In deeps of the night; A region of wonder and glory, whose temples were marble and white. I remember the season It dawn'd on my gaze; The mad time of unreason, The brain-numbing days When Winter, white-sheeted and ghastly, stalks onward to torture and craze. More lovely than Zion It shone in the sky When the beams of Orion Beclouded my eye, Bringing sleep that was filled with dim mem'ries of moments obscure and gone by. Its mansions were stately, With carvings made fair, Each rising sedately On terraces rare, And the gardens were fragrant and bright with strange miracles blossoming there. The avenues lur'd me With vistas sublime; Tall arches assur'd me That once on a time I had wander'd in rapture beneath them, and bask'd in the Halcyon clime. On the plazas were standing A sculptur'd array; Long bearded, commanding, rave men in their day-- But one stood dismantled and broken, its bearded face battered away. In that city effulgent No mortal I saw, But my fancy, indulgent To memory's law, Linger'd long on the forms in the plazas, and eyed their stone features with awe. I fann'd the faint ember That glow'd in my mind, And strove to remember The aeons behind; To rove thro' infinity freely, and visit the past unconfin'd. Then the horrible warning Upon my soul sped Like the ominous morning That rises in red, And in panic I flew from the knowledge of terrors forgotten and dead.
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  • The City is a large city where many Sims live in. The City has many neighborhoods and districts where citizens live in their homes and run their businesses. The City is divided in four major sections: Main Street, the Headquarters district (a branch of the Sim Protection Agency), the Industrial District and the Boardwalk. All the major areas in the City are connected by a high-speed monorail system, accessible for all City residents and visitors.
  • The City is the city where The Tick fights crime. It appears in every version of The Tick, and is a home for numerous superheroes and supervillains. In the first episode of The Tick the animated series, it is implied that The City is where the incompetent superheroes are sent to protect. It is believed that the name "The City" is a corruption of the French "Les Citrons" (The Lemons).
  • The City is divided into several : * The Tower, home of the Guardians * The Wall that protects the City from The Darkness
  • Looking for a place to hang in Animal Crossing. After you have met everyone, you can take the bus to the city. Get a Mii Makeover or a new hairdo at Shampoodle. Get an invitation to Redds shop and buy exotic cool things join the Happy Room Academy and check out the latest styles! Buy expensive decor for your home at GracieGracie. There are many things you can do in the city!:)
  • "The City" is a Moon Man song from Yes We Klan. Its backing music comes from "The City" by The Game. Sun Man makes a brief appearance in the song.
  • Taxon is a small city bordered on two sides by forest and on a third side by ocean. The fourth side is an ever-shifting zone that changes from month to month. (The fifth and sixth sides, of course, are earth and air.) If you go too far in any one direction in Taxon, you will find it becoming harder and harder to progress. Regardless of personal superpowers or fortitude, characters approaching Taxon's boundaries will begin to feel dizzy and disoriented, as if suffering the effects of oxygen deprivation. If characters continue to try and press forward to reach the city limits, they will eventually pass out. Hopefully they are not doing this while flying up to test the boundary of the sky. The area enclosed by the city limits is about a mile on each side. (Characters can ascend vertically one mile before reaching the boundary, or, in theory, dig one mile down as well if they have that sort of ability.) Taxon is laid out around a harbor. Two rivers flow into the harbor, the Miskatonic and the Buenaventura, which together effectively divide the city into three parts: a northern, eastern, and southern district. In the eastern district, which is listed on resident maps as Central Taxon, the city is architecturally dense. The Sanctuary is located here, as well as several other city landmarks. There are docks here as well, and the suggestion (if never quite the reality) of trade, commerce, and industry. Architecture in Central may borrow from all regional styles of Earth and other worlds beyond, but the feel is clearly urban: tenement apartments, skyscrapers, subway stations, factories, warehouses. As a general rule of thumb, if it has more than two stories, it will be located in Central. Central is bordered by the Miskatonic River to the north, the waterfront to the west, the forest to the east and south, and the Buenaventura River to the southwest. In contrast to Central, the southern district of Speares feels more like a suburb, or a small coastal town living in its busier cousin's shadow. Speares hosts a quarter-mile of beachfront, as well as the Lighthouse and other landmarks. Single-family homes rather than apartment buildings are the norm in Speares, as well as beach cottages, farms, and artisan shops of the sort that get profiled in travel magazines. Like Central, Speares' architecture is not confined to one geopolitical region: a ranch-style Californian home might be next door to an Indonesian traditional raised house. Speares is bordered by the harbor's waterfront to the north, the Buenaventura River to the east, a breakwater and the ocean to the west, and forest to the south. The forest is the largest of the city's districts. It is listed as Wilde on the map. Wilde has little in the way of structures-- the occasional woodcutter's hut or abandoned cabin-- but encompasses a broad variety of fauna and flora. The forested area can shift from pine and oak to lush tropical jungle in the space of a few hundred yards. Wilde rises in elevation towards the south, so that the southern edge of the map is actually steep and mountainous terrain. Last, but not least, is the northern district. The name changes from month to month, as does the terrain. The northern district is reachable by crossing the single bridge that spans the Miskatonic (or by swimming the river, or by sailing across the harbor, or by flight). Unlike the southern shore of the harbor, which is a gentle beach, the northern edge is comprised of steep and treacherous cliffs. Characters approaching by boat will find them a difficult climb. Each month, the terrain of the northern district is altered to resemble some particular type of landscape. Out-of-character, these are best described as 'genre' areas: a medieval castle under siege, or a futuristic spaceport, or a gritty city at night stocked with gumshoes and femme fatales. The one constant in the northern district is that it is a place where adventure can be had. Read more on the northern district here. (link coming soon)
  • You can use the box below to create new pages for this mini-wiki. preload=The City/preload editintro=The City/editintro width=25 This will be a virtual city that you help create.
  • The City is the initial setting of the first book in the Original arc. It also makes an appearance in the third book, Darkness Falls. It is mainly inhabited by longpaws and various animals such as: raccoons, foxes, crows, cats and dogs.
  • The city is the fourth episode of SpongeBob: corrupt waters. Transcript: Mr. Krabs: lets sing a song aa.. ohh!!! Narrator: Two hours of very bad singing later Mr. Krabs: .. and money talks to me! Squidward: welcome to New Kelp City! (shows mossy,destroyed city) Sandy: Gee, sure looks peaceful. Patrick: VACATION?! nice! SpongeBob: No Patrick this is a getaway, or die. Patrick: Ohh. ok. (Squidward drives in) pearl: Oh god is that a bloody head? Patrick: gross. (zombie jumps on car) everyone: ahhh! (car drives into a parking lot, zombie flies off.) Squidward: SpongeBob! take the shotgun! SpongeBob: (grabs gun and ammo) Time to kick the tires and light the fires. (shoots zombie) Plankton: Go SpongeBob! Sandy : Guys! look! the zombie is mutating! zombie: RAAAAAAAAARR!!!!!!! everybody: AAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! Patrick: Kill it SpongeBob! (SpongeBob shoots zombie three more times,does nothing) SpongeBob: Its not working! Squidward: (with glasses) pasta la vista. zombie. (Squidward rams zombie with his car causing a huge explosion and creates a hole wich everyone falls in.) everybody: ahhhhhhh!!!! no!!!!!! (end)
  • Poem by DJ Tyrer in which a nameless narrator finds themselves in a nameless and empty city. Published in A Broken Mind (Atlantean Publishing).
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