Pop-culture of the Kaiserreich

If New York City joins the CSA wouldn't the magazine change it's name?
I don't think so. They could keep the name and change the direction of the articles. I could see the CSA repurposing The New Yorker to be full on satire, making articles that lampoon the lifestyles of the bourgeois. It would be something like Mad Magazine or Funny Times.

Spanish actor Louis De Funès de Galarza in his best role
As ruthless and brutal Moff Takin in the Spanish/Italian/German production Krieg in den Sternen (Guerre stellari)
The most successful Movie of all time was made by US American George Lucas who went to Cinecittà
After US studios refuse his script and the lack on US special effects technology , were the German and Italians were the best in 1970s.
Lucas who worked under Italian pen name Luigi Cozzi jr., manage to find budget and best Cinecitta and Babelsberg has to offer.
and international Cast to make a Sci-Fi adventure film that took the World in storm

Main Cast:
Christian Berkel as Luke Starwalker
Franko Nero
as Han Solo
Barbara Bach as Princes Lea Morgana
Christopher Lee
as Obi wan Kenobi
Louis De Funès de Galarza as Moff Taking
Raimund Harmstorf as Dark Vador
If Hawaii becomes independent, what would it's media/propaganda be like?


Hawaii Five-O was a police drama that ran from 1968-1980. Created by Hawaiian producer Leonard Freemen, the show was casted by local Hawaiian actors and filed entirely on location in Hawaii. The show's success has become synonymous with Hawaii itself. The show was revived in 2010 and there are heated debates on the internet on whether the 2010 show can even hold a candle to the original 1968 show.

Thanks to Japan's influence, animated media in the Asia-Pacific Co-Prosperity Sphere often have an anime appearance. Such as these travel ads for the state of Oregon in the PSA:
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The ensemble characters of the popular British sitcom Dad's Army, which follows the misadventures of a Home Guard unit during the Second Weltkrieg. It's still considered as a cult classic in the Union of Britain and the Internationale.

Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Kaiser
If You Think We're On The Run?
We Are The Comrades Who Will Stop Your Little Game
We Are The Comrades Who Will Make You Think Again
'Cause Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Kaiser
If You Think Old England's Done?

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee - a 1997 platform video game from the Commonwealth of America. The game centers on the eponymous Abe, a meek Mudokon slave at the RuptureFarms meat processing factory. When he discovers that he and his fellow Mudokons are to be slaughtered to make a new product, Abe decides to escape and liberate as many enslaved Mudokons as he can. The player assumes the role of Abe as he attempts a perilous quest to emancipate his downtrodden people.

The game became a critical and commercial hit, not only becoming popular with various Syndicalist nations, but also having a cult following in the Empire of Japan. Since then, Oddworld became a multi-media franchise, making Comic Strips, Comic Books, Radio, Television (both for kids and adults), and Film (again, both for kids and adults). There's even a loosely-based Anime series, "Abe a GoGo".
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I think OTL Abe's oddisey actually had problems in Japan due to their possible association with the Burakumin (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burakumin), or thats what I heard
Kinda, it had to do with the Yakuza, which is why they had to alter it there and have the Mudokons have 3 fingers since then. I'm guessing that was for a time though, since New 'N Tasty gave them back their 4 fingered hands, with Soulstorm basically confirming that they're here to stay this time.
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