Monday, February 20, 2017

Doraemon x Akira Mash-up

What happens when Doraemon takes on the powers of Tetsuo in “Akira”? The result is the best thing I’ve seen to start of my new week ahead!

Source: Facebook

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Interview with AKIRA creator Katsuhiro Otomo & My Current Impressions of the classic anime film

Interview with AKIRA creator Katsuhiro Otomo, with English subtitles! This interview was conducted after the movie was completed. It was originally included on the Japanese Laserdisc of Akira, released in 1993 by Pioneer LDC.

Meanwhile, do scroll on down to see what an average fan of AKIRA (AKA “ME”!) has to opine about the anime classic! LOL

Watching #AKIRA (search "AKIRA 1988 HD 1" on YouTube - English dubbed version) #anime classic

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Monday, August 22, 2016

2020 Neo-Tokyo Olympics

"Cyberpunk manga Akira debuted in 1982—over thirty years ago. The manga, and subsequent anime, are set in 2019, against the backdrop of the forthcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics." (Reported Kotaku)
I Love It when an anime fortune comes together :)

Finding It Hard To Let Go?

We cling unto the faux power of the present, while the fabric of the past dilutes our inert abilities to fight for the future, our future, as much as our appetites for it hunger beyond our mortal reach. Do we LET GO? Or Do We...?

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

“Akira 28” Tribute Trailer by Brad Kremer

“Akira 28” Tribute Trailer by Brad Kremer features a CGI’d re-look at the classic 198 anime, including a design-update to bring forward the styles to the NOW, including giving “Kaneda” an awesome skull-motif helmet (reminiscent of Machine56’s aesthetics), his crotchrocket, and even buffing up the head “Clown”!

Plenty of screenshots below for your viewing pleasures :)

"This project started many years ago when both Dean and I lived on Tybee Island. I came to Dean with the idea to do a tribute “trailer” to Akira. As a long time fan of the original film he of course loved the idea! As we brainstormed the story that we wanted to explore from the film we settled on focusing primarily on the bike. The Akira bike is one of those iconic symbols that still remains relevant today similar to the Millennium Falcon or Marty McFly’s beat up DeLorean.

Since that first day when Dean and I began this journey we have both moved a number of times. But we always kept the project alive with a lot of late nights (mostly from Dean), re-edits and re-renders, and a lot of discussions about how to improve it. And so, after countless hours of modeling and rendering we are ready to share with you this short tribute to the masterpiece that Katsuhiro Otomo created and shared with us so many years ago. We hope you enjoy!"
(Brad Kremer)