What the Boss Likes – Big Trouble in Little China and Lo Pan Style!

Urban fantasy was around long before your local vampire was at the minimart.  In 1986, Big Trouble in Little China brought Chinese mythology into modern Chinatown.  It also brought along a trucker who, though a mite clueless, was a good guy.  It’s pulp and wonderful pulp at that. Would have loved to see another one made. It would have also made a great RPG gaming world.  But Dark Matter, the modern consipracy/magic setting for the Alternity RPG game,  can be used for that 😉

Some of Jack Burton’s best quotes:

And in true pop culture form, we  now have Lo Pan Style where two piece of pop culture collide:

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