New Akira Synopsis!
Kaneda is a bar owner in Neo-Manhattan who is stunned when his brother, Tetsuo, is abducted by government agents led by The Colonel.
Desperate to get his brother back, Kaneda agrees to join with Ky Reed and her underground movement who are intent on revealing to the world what truly happened to New York City thirty years ago when it was destroyed. Kaneda believes their theories to be ludicrous but after finding his brother again, is shocked when he displays telekinetic powers.
Ky believes Tetsuo is headed to release a young boy, Akira, who has taken control of Tetsuo’s mind. Kaneda clashes with The Colonel’s troops on his way to stop Tetsuo from releasing Akira but arrives too late. Akira soon emerges from his prison courtesy of Tetsuo as Kaneda races in to save his brother before Akira once again destroys Manhattan island, as he did thirty years ago.
Fans of the manga and anime will notice some differences right away. Is this synopsis an ominous omen of what’s to come? I think it’s still too early to tell.
New Zelda Manga!
A Manga adaptation of the latest Legend of Zelda adventure, Skyward Sword, is in the works from Akira Himekawa, a manga duo made up of two women only known as A. Honda and S. Nagano. The duo has drawn ten volumes of Zelda manga so far and the previous volumes of Zelda manga have sold one million and 500,000 copies in japan and the US respectivley. The first ten volumes of Zelda Manga have been distributed in North America through Viz, were released in a box set to commemorate The Legend of Zelda’s 25th anniversary earlier this year.
CLAMP Slows Down Work Pace Due to Health Issues
Manga Author Team CLAMP, creators of major manga hits such as xxxHolic, Chobits, X, and Cardcaptor Sakura, have announced that they will be relaxing their work pace after one of their members was diagnosed with a lumbar compression fracture caused by prolonged sitting. CLAMP will continue to work on their two series currently in progress, Gate7 and the sequel series to Legal Drug, Drug and Drop while balancing work progress and the doctor’s advice to rest.
U.S. Presidential candidate caught quoting Pokemon Movie in Campaign!
Some unusual news popped up on Anime News Network on Saturday, it seems that U.S. Presidential Candidate Herman Cain has been quoting lines from a Pokemon movie in his campaign! Cain has been using the line “Life can be a challenge… But you and I can make a difference. There’s a mission just for you and me,” and up until Saturday, he has been citing the line as being from “a poet” when in actuality the line comes from the song The Power of one by Donna Summer which was featured in Pokemon The Movie 2000. Upon admitting that the lines were from Pokemon, Cain has “suspended” his campaign.