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Akira, Vol. 1 The science fiction tale set inin Tokyo after the city was destroyed by World War III, follows the lives of two teenage friends, Tetsuo and Kaneda, who have a consuming fear of a monstrous power known as Akira [Reading] ➷ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen – Lavons.co.uk follows the lives of two teenage friends ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Lavons.co.uk Tetsuo and Kaneda ❮Reading❯ ➷ Good People in an Evil Time Author Svetlana Broz – Lavons.co.uk who have a consuming fear of a monstrous power known as Akira

10 thoughts on “Akira, Vol. 1

  1. says:

    Akira And A Boy Shall Rule Them All Badly A Boy Whose Head Contains A Supernova Akira and Lone Wolf and Cub were among the first complete manga masterpieces to be published in English, and despite the mirror imaging, were very similar to their original tankobon incarnations Katsuhiro Otomo s SF classic Akira as well as it s equally brilliant predecessor

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    3.4 stars.For fans of hijinks ominous foreboding.Avoid if you re sensitive about being bald.

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    Like many, I read comics as a child, but I was not avid never a collector and it was not until I became an adult and returned to comics that I began to look at what they can be, and the stories they can tell Whatever avidity I lacked then, I have since made up for, becoming an incidental snob for European comics.Similarly, despite my familiarity as a child with

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    KANEDAAAAAAAAAAA TETSUOOOOOOOOOO That s basically the extent of my memory of Akira, an anime movie I watched when I was 9 So I was interested to learn that it s also a critically acclaimed comic that s hailed as one of the finest the medium has ever created First published in 1982, the comic predates the film by 6 years though interestingly both were created by one

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    If I hadn t seen the film version of Akira way back in the late eighties, at a midnight screening at our local Indy theatre run by the crazy Swede my Dad hated for selling us a nicked table , and if I hadn t watched it repeatedly over the next twenty some years, I d have read this manga this week with complete disdain But the movie, luckily, is a masterpiece, and it is

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    I first watched the anime adaptation of Akira when I was an eight or nine years old kid despite the gruesome images and the violence, the anime was still aired in daytime family hours during summer holiday back then, shocking and the whole thing really scared the shit out of me I mean, what eight years old kid has the strong enough mentality to handle the image of little c

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    BRUH honestly I enjoyed thisthan i enjoyed the movie everything makes sense here, the transitions from one scene to another go smoothly the anime has a flaw in this regard , character design works better, the characters themselves, especially minor ones, are actually given some characterization and time to develop hence the increase of the emotional impact certain scenes had o

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    If you are reading this review, there might be a possibility that you may have watched the movie and probably thinking if it is just a condensed version of the manga So I ll start my review with that Bear in mind though that Akira has six volumes, thus I don t know the whole scope of the similarities and the differences So, is the manga the same with the anime Yes and no The manga

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    Re read update March 2020 Okay so I have to admit since first reading this one manga Berserk has topped this for what I d consider my favorite manga That being said STILL BAD ASS Highly recommended.Original review Oh My Gosh I have a new favorite manga So I just finished reading the first volume of Akira this and it s considered a classic manga Now, I expected it to be similar to the

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    So apparently I m doing this manga thing right now Like many people, I was dazzled by the film version of this as a teen Now, finally, I m reading it, and it promises muchwelcome development A lot of the tropes are familiar post destruction of tokyo, teen rebellion, ill advised tapping of uncontrollable power but this distinguishes itself in a lot of ways Though originally serialized like

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About the Author: Katsuhiro Otomo

Katsuhiro Otomo , Otomo Katsuhiro is a Japanese manga artist, film director, and screenwriter He is perhaps best known for being the creator of the manga Akira and its anime adaptation, which are extremely famous and influential Otomo has also directed several live action films, such as the recent 2006 feature film adaptation of the Mushishi manga.Katsuhiro Otomo was born in the former town of Hasama, in Miyagi Prefecture.As a teenager growing up in the turbulent 1960s, he was surrounded by the demonstrations of both students and workers against the Japanese government The riots, demonstrations, and overall chaotic conditions of this time would serve as the inspiration for his best known work, Akira Some would argue that this seminal work is an allegory of 1960s Japan, and that one could easily substitute the year 2019 for 1969 and leave little difference in the basic story.The animation from this period especially the works coming out of Tokyo animation studios Mushi Production and Toei Doga, now known as TOEI Animation were influencing young Otomo Works like Tetsujin 28 go, Astro Boy, and Hols Prince of the Sun would help push Otomo toward a career in animation However, it was the films coming out of America that were driving his rebellious nature Five Easy Pieces and Easy Rider would serve as inspiration for Shotaro Kaneda and his biker gang in Akira rebellious youth who took too many drugs and didn t care about authority or the pressures put on them by their parents generation.Otomo has recently worked extensively with noted studio Sunrise with the studio animating and producing his most recent projects, the 2004 feature film Steamboy, 2006 s Freedom Project and his latest project, SOS Tokyo Metro Explorers The Next, released in 2007.Otomo grew up a fanatic of American blockbusters, which has influenced his cinematic style throughout his huge career He grew fond of the work of artists like Moebius, and is often regarded as the person who brought a Westernized style into manga From the late seventies onwards, Otomo created numerous volumes of anthologies and short stories, which usually ran at 23 pages each Serialization for Fireball was cancelled, though the premise and themes were later to appear in the Sci Fi Grand Prix award winning Domu and Akira Otomo later moved onto directing and creating notable anime like the film adaption of Akira, Memories, and Steamboy His most recent manga have been the scripting of Mother Sarah and the short story Park released in an issue of Pafu last year He has also directed several live action films, such as World Apartment Horror, Give Us A Gun Give Us Freedom, and the 2006 feature film adaptation of the Mushishi manga.