Otomo Katsuhiro manga
Short stories collection from 1976-1979: • Uchuu Patrol Sigma (Space Patrolman Shigema) • Round about midnight • School-boy on good • Cinema club • Tai....kyoo • Wisky go go • Nothing will be as it was • Yume no... • Okasu
The experiences of two Japanese people who move to the US; one a judo teacher, the other a guitarist.
Orbiting serenely above a long-ago poisoned earth, the last bastion of human civilization is the space colonies. After a terrorist attack, the colonists are forced into exile on the blighted planet below. In the confusion, a young mother is separated from her family and is flung into a bleak, uncertain future... But Sarah will not rest until she finds her children.
A short story from acclaimed Japanese auteur Katsuhiro Otomo: Social misfits On, Hanaken and Shinta spend an afternoon in the park shooting the breeze. As they wonder what direction life will take them, a chance encounter with an older generation leads to confrontation.
- Chap 1 (11 months ago)
An anthology collection of very short parodies of classic fairy tales and stories, such as Cinderella, Robinson Crusoe, Ali Baba, Snow White and more. The reissued edition lacks a large fully-painted poster supplement.
An anthology of short stories from 1974-1980: - Chuck Check Chicken - Tokyoo Chang Pong - Shincho Senki - Good Weather (part 1) - Good Weather (part 2) - Ai no Kaikaku 2 Chome 3 - Virgin Shadow - Katsu Kare - So What - Ame Lingo (part 1) - Ame Lingo (part 2) - Boogie Woogie Waltz (part 1)
- Chap 1 Chuck Check Chicken (one year ago)
A twisted old man, gifted with extrasensory powers, silently holds sway over an entire block of apartments. The occupants are puppets for him to control. Life is his to give...and to take. But suddenly there is a new voice in his head, and before he knows it, a young girl with her own battery of psychic abilities has arrived to challenge him! Soon, the sprawling complex becomes a battleground between two minds possessing incredible, unimaginable power. Winner of Japan's Science Fiction Grand Prix award, the first graphic novel ever awarded such an honor, Domu comes from the boundless imagination of Katsuhiro Otomo, renowned creator of the internationally acclaimed graphic-fiction epic, Akira. A work of rare strength, Domu is both visually stunning and emotionally gripping, a terrifying tale of the paranormal set amongst the human isolation of modern urban life. -- Dark Horse
Akira is set in the post-apocalypse Neo-Tokyo of 2030, a vast metropolis built on the ashes of a Tokyo annihilated by an apocalyptic blast of unknown power that triggered World War III. The lives of two streetwise teenage friends, Tetsuo and Kaneda, change forever when dormant paranormal abilities begin to waken in Tetsuo, who becomes a target for a shadowy government operation, a group who will stop at nothing to prevent another catastrophe like that which leveled Tokyo. And at the core of their motivation is a raw, all-consuming fear: a fear of someone -- or something -- of unthinkably monstrous power known only as... Akira. Note: Won the 1984 Kodansha Manga Award for best general manga, won the Harvey Award for Best American Edition of Foreign Material in 1993 and was nominated for the Harvey for Best Graphic Album of Previously Published Work in 2002.