Dieselpunk + Steampunk Culture

John Roome just sent me this promo reel for "The Last City."

Year: 2070

The ancient prophecies of hell on earth came true with a vengeance at the end of the Age of Pisces when apocalyptic solar flares brought the modern world to its knees. With the ozone layer decimated, the sun penetrated land and sea. It got hot. Very hot. The rivers dried, the oceans turned to salt, and the Earth was showered with relentless fire. In the aftermath, a chain reaction of chaos engulfed the planet and mankind devoured everything. All that remained was The Last City, formerly the pinnacle of the modern world, now reduced to an urban graveyard of sand, ash and death. There were no days. No nights. Just an eternal burning crimson sky that scorched all hope into oblivion.

I'd never heard of it before. What do you think?

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"Can you say Piecraftian dieselpunk? Sure, I knew that you could." (said in my best Mr. Rogers voice.) :)

My one question is if the world is burning hot then why would they be wearing black suits that look like they walked right out of Dark City?

Otherwise, it could be interesting.
Style over substance, the cyberpunks used to say. Or coherence. :) And yes, it surely could be.


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