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Tank Girl

tank-girlJam-packed with quirkiness, cyberpunk roots and general anarchy, Tank Girl is a beer-obsessed tank driver travelling through post-apocalyptic Australian landscapes with companions Sub Girl and Jet Girl, not to mention the mutant kangaroo boyfriend, Booga.

Mad Max designed by Vivienne Westwood Tank Girl is disorganized, anarchic, absurdist, and psychedelic flash of brilliance from Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin.

 

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