Another one to my friends from the opposite side of the Big Pond: Americans - what is it with the upsurge of North Korea invading the United States in fiction lately? First "Homefront", and now the remake of "Red Dawn" is going to feature North Korean occupation of American soil as well. Isn't this vision quite a bit outlandish, I mean, even if we consider a scenario where an "axis of evil" onslaught ties up a lot of U.S. military defensive potential overseas, North Korea hardly has the military and industrial potential to conduct an invasion across an ocean, which would be a feat unparalleled in human history (D-Day was conducted from Britain, ha! - even the original "Red Dawn" Russians had a base of operation in Cuba). Admittedly, the Korean army is three times larger than American in terms of manpower - but how do you expect to get them across the Pacific to actually fight? Seriously, I'd sooner believe that Mexico would successfully try to take back Texas and all the light-up Corona signs. Or is "North Korea" merely a façade for the otherwise unmentionable China?