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Indiana Jones and the Cesspit of Woke

21 May 2023

4:00 PM

21 May 2023

4:00 PM

The adventuring, treasure-hunting, ultra-manly Indiana Jones franchise has defined large portions of story-telling history in Hollywood. Not only did it inspire countless adventure romps, it also spawned one of the most successful video game characters – Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, and then later the idea was gender-swapped back into the acclaimed Uncharted series with Nathan Drake.

Indiana Jones is an expression of our real-world adventurers that captivated the West through travel journals and newspaper columns across many decades before the era of Hollywood adapted their stories for the big screen.

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