Contributed by: Frank Segreto
When Mark Patrick Carducci wrote the "Neon Maniacs" screenplay, he lived in Brooklyn 79 St. and 5th Ave. He was no-one then, yet he believed in what he was doing and succeeded.
Although set in San Francisco, the artwork inexplicably features New York's former Twin Towers. The reason is because the story, according to the original script, was set in Brooklyn. The writer grew up watching the Veranzano Bridge being built and always had a fascination with the bridge.