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Anthro and Cyberpunk merge in music video - Magnum Bullets

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Dan Avidan, after years of dancing around topic of being a furry and which he would be, seems to have settled on his fursona of a cyberpunk wolf in a recently released music video. The video features animal characters with trans-humanist enhancements. The coloration has a signature bleed of 80s style animation.

The story portrays a pack of wolves seeking vengeance against a stag mogul after having their kin slaughtered at his hand. The style of animation and situation has some striking similarities to that of Caravan Palace's music video for Lone Digger.

This was brought to my attention by Majira Strawberry who asked why know one was talking about it. The answer to that in my case is object pertinence.

For those who are fans of cyberpunk and animation this is certainly worth the watch.


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And if Dan does see this, I'm a better Goonies 2 player than you, fight me bro.

Just kidding, I haven't played in years, but I think I can still play it from start to finish without a guide.

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Tails included? Yes? 10/10

Well, I'll be...

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The song itself was released in 2017, so its possible that it took two to three years to animate this, which seems quite reasonable:

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I did an interview with one Tabique, one of the band members of Night runner, and I asked him questions regarding his work, as well as Dan's and KoTLT's work on the music video. You can read his responses to my questions on my blog at

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Good work with that, thanks for sharing!

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Thanks :),

I was a little disappointed though. I wanted to interview Knights of the Light Table to include with my article, but they never responded to my interview request.

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