If you take legendary anime franchise Neon Genesis Evangelion and strip out the pseudo-oedipal pop psychology, crushing angst, fan service, crypto-Judeo-Christian imagery, and enormously surrealist…
Some interesting analysis on the legal matters that might need to be resolved before the US gov’t could start on their part of the “life wall” in Pacific Rim. Though I suspect that even if the gov’t did have to pay, gaiju infested land would be dirt cheap.
This comes from Law and the Multiverse, a great blog that uses comics and movies to make law more interesting to lay people and lawyers alike.
I wonder if the Law and Multiverse blog could be used by law libraries to lighten up legal ideas for students.