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  • Paperback
  • 362 pages
  • Akira 1
  • Katsuhiro Otomo
  • Spanish
  • 09 January 2018
  • 9788498143591

10 thoughts on “Akira 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, Domu revolutionized Japanese comics It introduced realistic, incredibly detailed artwork that merged a far subtle manga stylization with European influences, incorporating aspects from the art of Metal Hurlant regulars Moebius, Francois Schuiten, and Enki Bilal The importance of Akira is difficult to express, but it certainly rivals US contemporaries Watchmen and The Dark Knight Returns , and it ran far longer than either title, giving it an epic scope and grandeur that exceeds both of those seminal works If it was a decision between Katsuhiro Otomo, Domu and Akira Frank Miller, Batman Year One and Batman The Dark Knight Returns or Alan Moore, V for Vendetta and Watchmen I d say that Otomo created the best and most influential works of the 1980 s That ignores some huge titles, like Love and Rockets and Maus and Raw and Weirdo and Yummy Fur and The Incal and Les Cites Obscures , etc but I ll stand by it, with all due respect.All that hyperbole crosses without friction to the film adaptation perhaps...

  2. says:

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

  3. says:

    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 Japanese anime, it is only in recent years that I have returned to that tradition I watched Dragonball, Sailor Moon, and Ronin Warriors when they first appeared on American television in the mid nineties I recall seeing violent, action packed films on the weekends on the Sci Fi channel This was before America had a concept of anime or manga , but I recognized the art style in the Special Interest section of Blockbuster, and began a tradition of renting one of these over the top movies each time I had a birthday I still remember my friends and I waking in horror one morning to discover my mother had put in the tape of our latest blood spurting Sci fi flick against our expectations, she enjoyed it she even took us to see Ghost in the Shell during its art house theatrical release.Yet I drifted away from it in the intervening years, and even when I started reading comics again in college, I didn t seek out manga To some degree, my disenfranchise...

  4. says:

    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 man, the visionary artist Katsuhiro Otomo, who was an astoundingly young 28 years old when this book was first published, meaning he d written drawn this epic story at an even younger age It s astounding because of how accomplished the style here is and how well Otomo understands the language of comics but I ll come back to that in a moment Akira is set in 2030, a decade after a powerful new bomb destroyed Tokyo completely, leading to World War 3 Neo Tokyo is populated with drug fuelled biker gangs battling each other over turf, one of which our protagonists Kaneda and Tetsuo, two best friends, belong to During a late night race they encounter a weird young boy with the face of an old man being chased by shady government types Tetsuo crashes his bike and is abducted by this secret army force When he re emerges, Tetsuo has blinding migraines but possesses incredible psychic powers what is this secret organisation, who are these weird looking kids, and what is Akira I really wanted Akira to live up to the hype but unfortunately it ...

  5. says:

    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 based on the full six part manga, so I have some sense of where Akira is going and what makes it worth while.As a stand alone chapter, though, Akira 1 is poor The characters are all lame in some way, one dimensional and boring Tetsuo and Kaneda are impossible to empathize with or like, the kids being experimented on are lame, the Colonel is all yankee action movie bluster, Kei the hyper capable love interest has become an overdone stereotype The action is too frenetic The pace is unrelenting in a bad way The dialogue, in translation, is laughable Even the future world is suffering due to the passage of time Yet there is something, one thin...

  6. says:

    BRUH honestly I enjoyed this than 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 on me MY BOY YAMADA MAN R.I.P to MVP overall, very nice so far, I think that reading the manga before after watching the anime is actually a requirement if you want to really understand what the author really meant by all ofthis oh, by the way fuCK YOU, TETSUO, and your inferiority complex, too so I just watched the iconic movie for the first time and whilst it s undoubtedly a groundbreaking masterpiece I still found it quite hard to follow the plot the reason why is apparently because it only fo...

  7. says:

    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 children who look like elderly, evil looking massive teddy bear, and a teenager turns into a mother fucking monster I only started to appreciate this Sci Fi masterpiece when finally I mustered up enough courage to overcom...

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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 is way extensive than the movie Key plot points in the comics are also there in the movie so that the latter does not deviate that much from away the source material, but I feel that you are missing too many things in the film There s a lot of interplay between the characters that you haven t seen in the movie, though the core elements are still there Like Kaneda and Tetsuo are BFFs, Kei is a sort of love interest to Kaneda, you have the children and their look out for each other vibe.Bike bros Kaneda and Tetsuo s relationshi...

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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 much welcome 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 most manga, it s almost impossible to tell the plotting seems that cohesive and fully thought out, each episode interleaving with others and progressing the plot with inescapable momentum Well developed characters Kaneda is such a jerk, but still a totally engaging lead I find him pretty believable in that Kai is pretty great, and I really hope will put him in his place at some point Tetsuo is not altogether unbelievable even in the craziness of his story The supporting cast seems memorably distinguished too, even those who only get brief panel time suggestions of big themes a lot of the context seems derived, like Godzilla and so much else in Japanese pulp, from the lasting scars of Hiroshima and Nagasake, but here it seems distinctly turned towards a cold war allegory of the all destroying drive to power Otomo s art, which some...

  10. says:

    3.5 3.75 StarsThis is a review of this first volume As there are only 6 volumes in this manga , I d be reviewing each volume separately Akira is set in Neo Tokyo in a dystopian world after World War lll It s about two friends Kaneda and Tetsuo who become enemies after an accident gives Tetsuo psychokinetic powers This first volume is extremely fast paced and action packed And the illustrations are quite out of its time There is a political sub plot , which I feel , will become central as the book progresses With all these street gangs and police machinations of Neo Tokyo Katsuhiro Otomo creates a dark semi noir atmosphere , which is utterly brilliant This volume deals with the accident which causes Tetsuo to gain psychokinetic powers and his descent into madness And how his friend Kaneda tries to stop him from causing any mayhem And then there is the sub plot with military people and rebels , about Akira , which is some source of power And who ca...

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