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World Trade Center in popular culture

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« Reply #30 on: January 06, 2010, 01:24:40 am »

    * In the anime Eden of the East, The Freedom Tower/World Trade Center 1 can be seen in the background and when mentioning the subject of the destroyed twin towers, Takizawa takes a picture of himself and Saki in a background that is reminiscent of 9/11. The series is set in the year 2010.

    * In the 2000 MTV animated series Spy Groove, entitled "Manhattan Glam Chowder", the villain Mr. Fish is on top of the South Tower of the World Trade Center about to lure Agent #2 into a trap. Later Agent #1 appears on the North Tower and uses a laser to slice the antenna to make a bridge over to the South Tower. This episode did not air in the United States, because the show was cancelled after six episodes. The episode is found in Europe and Canada.
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