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* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler: the MacGuffin is the President's brain in a jar inside the suitcase]]

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* BrainInAJar: [[spoiler: the The MacGuffin is the President's brain in a jar inside the suitcase]]suitcase.]]



* InLoveWithTheMark: [[spoiler: Dolly tries to convince Pete she fell in love with him after he's prepared to kill her after it's revealed she's the Arcturian spy. Whether she actually did or not, Club doesn't buy it and kills her.]]

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* InLoveWithTheMark: [[spoiler: Dolly tries to convince Pete she fell in love with him after he's prepared as he prepares to kill her after it's revealed she's the Arcturian spy. Whether she actually did or not, Club doesn't buy it and kills her.]]



* ShapeshiftingSeducer: [[spoiler:Dolly]], the Arcturian attempts to sway Pete with offers if doing this.

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* ShapeshiftingSeducer: [[spoiler:Dolly]], the Arcturian attempts to sway Pete with offers if of doing this.



* WeaponizedExhaust: Pete gives the assassin who tries to kill him a chance to survive by making run across a spaceport launchpad, but he gets killed by the exhaust of a spaceship taking off.

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* WeaponizedExhaust: Pete gives the assassin who tries to kill him a chance to survive by making him run across a spaceport launchpad, but he gets killed by the exhaust of a spaceship taking off.


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* ShapeshiftingSeducer: [[spoiler:Dolly]], the Arcturian attempts to sway Pete with offers if doing this.

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* ScrewYourself: [[spoiler:Dolly]] tries to stop Pete from killing her by saying she can turn into any lover he wants, including a duplicate of himself.

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* WeaponizedExhaust: Pete gives the assassin who tries to kill him a chance to survive by making run across a spaceport launchpad, but he gets killed by the exhaust of a spaceship taking off.

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* MultiArmedAndDangerous: The presumably alien thug that tries to mug Pete had four.


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* City Noir

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* City NoirCityNoir: Moebius's architecture in this story was a major influence on noir-flavored sci-fi afterwards, especially ''Film/BladeRunner''.


''The Long Tomorrow'' is noted as a highly influential work on late 70's-80's sci-fi, seen as a major TropeMaker for CyberPunk and its aesthetics. The art design directly influenced ''Film/BladeRunner'' and Creator/GeorgeLucas directly copied a robot's design in the story for the look of the probe droid for Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack.''

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''The Long Tomorrow'' is noted as a highly influential work on late 70's-80's sci-fi, seen as a major TropeMaker for CyberPunk and its aesthetics. The art design directly influenced ''Film/BladeRunner'' and Creator/GeorgeLucas directly copied a robot's design in the story for the look of the probe droid for Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack.''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack.''


'''The Long Tomorrow''' is a comic book short story by writer Dan O' Bannon and Creator/MOebius. The story was serialized into two parts for French sci-fi magazine ''Metal Hurlant'' (known as ''Heavy Metal'' in the US). The creators developed the comic while working on the failed Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky ''Dune'' project. The two would later work on ''Film/ALien'' together.

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'''The Long Tomorrow''' is a comic book short story by writer Dan O' Bannon and Creator/MOebius.Creator/{{Moebius}}. The story was serialized into two parts for French sci-fi magazine ''Metal Hurlant'' (known as ''Heavy Metal'' in the US). The creators developed the comic while working on the failed Creator/AlejandroJodorowsky ''Dune'' project. The two would later work on ''Film/ALien'' ''Film/{{Alien}}'' together.

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