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KRASH

September 2020

The World's Coolest Boys' Magazine!

Land:
Australia
Taal:
English
Uitgever:
Nuclear Enterprises Pty Ltd
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Monthly
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3 min.
speak up

HEY KRASH, I think KRASH rocks and is the best mag ever!!! Firstly my favs are Shame Shack, KRASH Klash, RibTicklers, GameSta and the thing I like the most is the WWE. I hope you like my drawing of KRASH Head. I drew it at school for lunch ‘cause it was raining. CRAIG HEY WAZZ UP KRASH? I think KRASH isTHE BOMB! I’ve been buying geek free mags for about two months now! Oh and can you plzz put out more posters of WWE because I luvvvvv WWE. So that’s all I can say. TOM DEAR KRASH, your mag is AWESOME! My fav sections are WWE, Shame Shack, GameSta, KRASH Klash, Newz, and Freak Out. ESTEBAN WAT UP? It’s Grayson here. Your mag is de bomb. I can’t get enough. Whenever a new KRASH comes out about…

6 min.
krash newz

FUTURISTIC FLYING CARS Flying cars may launch much sooner than we expect according to international start-up, Airspeeder. The company has been developing futuristic vehicles and plan to host a full scale flying car race in the South Australian outback of Coober Pedy this year. Matt Pearson, co-founder of Airspeeder, explained, “With electric aviation, with the drone industry, with the autonomous vehicle industry boom - all the technology that makes autonomous electric cars possible, are making the electric flying cars industry.” Pearson suggested that Airspeeder cars are cheaper to build than helicopters and have been produced with competitive racing in mind. With approval secured from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to fly, Airspeeder is yet to receive a licence to fly with people. Pearson added, “it is in process and we hope…

10 min.
krash turns 200

KRASH MAGAZINE LAUNCH In 2003, the first issue of KRASH magazine landed on shelves and changed our lives forever. That’s right; featuring everything from WWE, gaming and news to cars, movies and comics, the world’s coolest magazine is a massive 200-issues-old. SOCIAL MEDIA MOVES In February, 2004, social networking service, The Facebook, was founded by Mark Zuckerberg and his college roommates at Harvard University. By September that year, the platform was renamed Facebook and its popularity soared. As the company grew, it expanded by purchasing photo and video-sharing site, Instagram in 2012, followed by WhatsApp in 2016. Earlier this year, Facebook was estimated to have 2.89 billion monthly active users globally. Twitter emerged as a new player in the social media game in March, 2006, where users communicated via short form messages called “Tweets”.…

1 min.
the year krash launched...

Powderfinger’s album, ‘Vulture Street’, won the ARIA Award for Album of the Year. MySpace was the way to connect with friends online and was one of the most visited sites on the internet. Australia hosted the 2003 Rugby World Cup with England defeating Australia 20 to 17 in the final. Popular video games included The Sims, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and WWE Smackdown! Here Comes the Pain. Television host, Rove McManus, won the 2003 TV WEEK Gold Logie. Apple introduced iTunes and sold 10 million songs within four months of its launch. We were reading J.K. Rowling’s fifth Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. The Prime Minister of Australia was John Howard. Popular gaming consoles included the Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Game Boy Advance…

1 min.
subaru wrx sti

It’s been way too long, but Subaru’s number one icon will be back to slay the streets in October next year, fingers crossed! Japanese reports confirm the fire-breathing STI version of the Subaru WRX is 12 months away from official launch, and we’re sure it’s keen to make up for lost time! Easily one of the most sought after performance beasts of recent times, the new WRX STI is expected to swap use of Subaru’s turbocharged 2.4-litre engine, with power bumped right up to 298kW - more than enough to outgun the current outputs of 221kW! To hit that peak power, Subaru has muscled up the crankshaft and pistons, finessed the valves and intake ports, upped the timing balance and modded boost pressure. We already know that it will ride on the Subaru…

9 min.
no e3? no worries!

KINGDOM HEARTS: MELODY OF MEMORY (Switch, PS4, XBO) There’s a change of pace coming to beloved RPG series Kingdom Hearts. This spin-off title is a rhythm-action game. You and your friends select from 20 characters and move along tracks, bashing enemies that get in your way in time with the music. What makes it particularly cool is that the worlds are based on the same Disney universes you experience in the main Kingdom Hearts games. Plus, the songs are either from the Disney movies or the games themselves. STAR WARS: SQUADRONS (XBO, PS4, PC) Super exciting news has emerged regarding the next big game in the Star Wars series. Squadrons is a dogfighting space-combat game where you play from the cockpit of eight famous ships. You can level these ships and they include, of cource,…