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10 thoughts on “Akira 4

  1. says:

    When a man tries to see into the distance what does he do? He narrows his eyes Even with your eyes opened as wide as they will goyou cannot perceive something so large that it is beyond the range of your visionKaneda doesn't take part in this novel Tetsuo returns to us The novel contains many religious overtones in line with mystical Taoism as far as my limited knowledge reaches You decide Lady Miyako speaksIt is only when he is afraid that he considers the other world and then he will gladly sell his soul to whatever god or Buddha offers him hope In reality we are all part of the flow of the same cosmic stream Even scientists don't grasp what their calculations truly show theminfinitytime without spaceeternityspace without boundsenergy beyond imaginationand what do they do with their findings? Announce them at society dinners for plaues and the recordings of their names in the annals of history No than that But even sothe stream flows on beyond our awarenessReligous Spiritual themes fit the cyberpunk template Akira has been exalted by Tetsuo as a new emperor a god They call him Mighty Lord and Savior They say Great Master hear my prayers Tetsuo does all the work while Akira says nothing He establishes a Great Tokyo EmpireAkira intervenes through psychic means into Tetsuo's mind after he kills three of four girls who stripped naked to lay with him I interpret this act pissed the little demigod off Tetsuo sees old friends old family memories his former connections to goodness He goes to Lady Miyako for answers She tells him he can go as deep as Akira but has to drop the drugs It is his destiny He tries to do it and suffers In this hopes arose in my heart he would turn back to the good former Tetsuo An idea I believe the author may have purposed to arise in the readerKei and Chiyoko struggle to bring Kiyoko to Lady Miyako They fight through many battles and Chiyoko find the colonel wandering the streets with a turban like rag on his head He helps their cause having owned the initial responsibility for Kiyoko This blind guy wears a bandana over his eyes with a huge eyeball tattooed on top of his balding head stands in high places and amplifies his voice to Tetsuo's people warning them of things to come I don't know specifics but I believe this comes out of ancient Greece somewhere somehowKaneda appears as a ghost of fire to Kei He says KKeiwh where am I? He disappears He had appeared in the same way to himself in the first novel Tetsuo's right hand man rebels and takes upon himself to call a raid on Miyako's temple and brings about a massacre against many peaceful priests and innocent refugees Much battle and warfare ensues as Kei and Chiyoko enter Tetsuo has a revelation He meets Akira in the outer universe and in the smallest elements Somehow He then creates a massive storm as he continues to withdrawal from the drugs A building drops out of the sky Kaneda appears The last frame shows Kaneda and he says Is it over?I had a thought about Lady Miyako number 19 Could this explain the mystery of Stephen King and his katet of the nineteen? Miyako also explains the origin of the superpowers from brain experiments and how she started with the kids The kids then are old but somehow kept their stature and child likeness

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    The first part of volume four despite a tense cat and mouse fugitive type of action set in a post postapocalyptic world felt flat and a bit of a drag The sense of vagueness that radiates around the numbered people irritiates me sometimes so I am glad that 19 gave a bit of backstory about them Aside from Tetsuo who got a cringy sexy time with three girls and got trippy high as fck hallucinations the others even Akira himself didn't do anythingChiyoko By all means do not mess with this womanChiyoko that fine brute deserves a standing ovation in what she did in this book Cheers to your sheer strength and braveness ma'amBut everything once again becomes a solid piece of material once view spoilerthe assault on the temple hide spoiler

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    You can find my review on my blog by clicking hereIt has been over 30 years since Katsuhiro Otomo has stunned the world with his visionary six volume manga which also gave birth to one of the best animated movies of all time of the same name By not only reforming the way stories are told through this medium whether it is through the characters the world building or the artwork he successfully creates a post apocalyptic science fiction filled with action suspense thrill philosophy religion and insanity While the first volumes were focused on building his universe and in meticulously teasing the reader by sending them on a rollercoaster of uestions with no answers this fourth entry sets its eyes on exploring civilization built from ground up with the birth of religious concepts and beliefs in people as they try and understand the world they live inWhat is Akira Vol 4 about? Following the tragedy that besets Neo Tokyo at the end of the previous volume the story now explores the city in ruin ruled by a godlike telekinetic superhuman child with the psychic juggernaut Tetsuo by his side as they establish the Great Tokyo Empire with fanatic acolytes ready to do anything for their ruler In the meanwhile several different rebel legions concoct a plan to stop Akira from maintaining absolute control over humanity and the answer seems to lie in the mysterious Lady Miyako who holds the key to everything Through a myriad of revelations the story thus trusts forward with engrossing theological ideas and delivers one of the best story arcs in this classic masterpieceThis is exactly what I expected from this franchise and I’m delighted to see it so perfectly executed in this installment With the ending in the previous volume it was almost impossible to see where mangaka Katsuhiro Otomo would henceforth possibly go with the story Thankfully he begins the story as if he had hit the reset button on mankind while mysteriously keeping a couple of characters alive With some incredible ideas based on religion and philosophy he presents the established cults that now rule the city as well as the status of each individual within this society from the one who plays God to those who worship him out of fear Subtlety he also explores the lack of women and the sexual impulses of men hungry for pleasure and who would do anything to get what they want The exploration of drugs and there use to repress our development is also brilliantly employed within the science fiction context of this story Simply said mangaka Katsuhiro Otomo does an incredible job in taking the best elements of his series so far and clearly conveys awe inspiring ideas but with all the chaos and destruction that he is known to incorporate in his franchiseIf you thought this would turn out to be another volume where there would be uestions than answers think again For once this volume starts off by tossing the reader into a bottomless abyss as they try to figure out where they are and what is going As the story progresses several characters appear and the answers are gently handed over exposing the history behind a lot of the stories supernatural elements while maintaining a certain hallucinogenic and religious connotation that makes the ride trippy from cover to cover In fact the artwork sustains mangaka Katsuhiro Otomo’s incredible ability to draw the setting in all of its splendour while still dragging the story through a chaotic slaughter that illustrates the epic scale destruction that comes with the bloodbath and gore The attention to detail and the way each panel is drawn also allows for such an incredibly fast paced adventure where the tension is constantly high and rising While it is the fattest volume so far the amount of dialogue is still relatively low yet so significantly absorbing and engagingAkira Vol 4 is a thought provoking tour de force that revolutionizes the medium as it provides a devastating yet gorgeous portrayal of mankind’s rebirth and own undoingYours trulyLashaan | Blogger and Book ReviewerOfficial blog

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    SUPER FAST REVIEW Holy shit this series is weird as hellSo I am still loving this series Tons of action throughout great artwork the story is definitely intense and interestingOddly enough I don’t feel as invested in the characters as I did at first for some reason I also felt a little confused a few times throughout this volume maybe this series is a little much to take in so uickly?Overall I may have not loved this volume as much as the first 3 but it’s still bad ass A great story fantastic artwork and piles of action I don’t think many series manage to tell a story while still keeping the action nonstop like Akira canStill a recommended series for sure45

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    “That doesn’t explain why Akira’s powers are so immense”“How do you explain your own powers? You can move things by the power of your mind and destroy with but a thought If you chose you could lay waste to all the energy mankind has amassed Compared to the power within you the total energy of the world is nothing than a gentle breezeMan is incapable of seeing past the end of his nose He huddles upon the ground staring at his own feet It is only when he is afraid that he considers the other world and then he will gladly sell his soul to whatever god or buddha offers him hopeIn reality we are all part of the flow of the cosmic stream Even scientists don’t grasp what their calculations truly show them Infinity time without space eternity space without bounds energy beyond imagination and what do they do with their findings? Announce them at society dinners for plaues and the recordings of their names in the annals of history No than that But even so the stream flows beyond our awareness When a man tries to see into the distance what does he do? He narrows his eyes Even with your eyes opened as wide they will go you cannot perceive something so large that it is beyond the range of your visionThe universe flows toward the ultimate conclusion What is higher becomes lower destiny grows thin order seeks entropy the ultimate trend toward the uniformity of all things is inevitable and irreversible Men gather together as though they would reverse the cosmic steam but in truth they are only driftwood Yet even as the stream sweeps them along they possess one power capable of stopping the stream When this power is used the stream will stop for an instant and then resume its course with doubled intensity When it is before them people recognise the stream for what it is and fear its power as you’ve already seenLook beyond form and consider substanceAkira is not in the stream”

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    What happened to this series? Just when I started coming to terms with Akira not caring about either a thought through plot or in depth character development the series just took a few pleasantly surprising turns that made this my favorite volume so far Remember how Akira has gotten his powers back in the last Volume and casually caused another massive destruction of Neo Tokyo with which aftermath we are now dealing with The city is now cut off from the rest of the world and with Akira its king and Tetsuo its mad prime minister the world we are witnessing is turning into a post apocalyptic nightmare It's a lot creepier than its predecessors I can't even uite tell what it is maybe it's the fact that we are introduced to a lot of new people and groups that just aren't as black and white as the good and the bad guys had been in the story so far People we would have thought of as normal show signs of being manipulated brainwashed or just in the process of going insane Here comes the world building I was so desperately waiting for We learn about the experiments that have been tried on the bearer of superpowers how Lady Miyako might be the one to save everyone and the boring mean guy Tetsuo becomes not only a disgusting prick but also interesting by having a intriguing hallucination and afterwards trying to control his drug addiction And I'm enjoying Kei a lot too Always here for a female hero I'm excited about this series again after having had uite neutral feelings about it for a little run now Off to the next volume After the change in pace and narrative I wonder which direction this will go into now

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    Three years had passed between the release of the third volume and this one here in 1987 And it showsThe first three books are full of exceptionally fast paced action And they were fun to read But they're also lacking in terms of depth and likeable charactersWith this volume now set in a Neo Tokyo that's lying in ruins Otomo adds several layers to his storytelling But unfortunately those are on the weird rather than on the conclusive sideHe traded action for mythology and a grim view of society in a post apocalyptic world It wasn't a good trade While the addition of nudity violence drug induced fever dreams and several attempted rapes might be fitting for such a scenario there's just no exploration of human behavior no deeper meaning nothing that makes the reader really think about it It's all just there and it doesn't mesh well with the still somewhat juvenile dialogue in this seriesOn the plus side he has a strong main character now with Kei thank God instead of Kaneda I just wish he would have made of itAnd Akira basically doesn't do anything in this one That was a huge letdownI wouldn't necessarily say that the previous three volumes were better books But they were better executed and certainly fun to readOnly two stars this timeTwo books to go

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    Comics Canon ReviewI had forgotten that Akira takes this additional major turn beyond what the film version retells This volume begins a stunning and brutal second part to the story and has a much stronger socio political point of viewIn the aftermath of the prior volume’s climax Tokyo is returned again to ruin and is isolated from the outside world The survivors band together into two groups each with a religious cult leader at its head one group pledged to violence the other to healing and sheltering the wounded Psychic abilities begin appearing in others and lead to gruesome conflicts between the two groupsWhat had been a gritty near future tale in the first three volumes shifts gears in this fourth volume toward even darker conditions The cyberpunk tone of the earlier volumes gives way to a Mad Max like nihilism that plays out in and among civilization’s ruins This book is bleak and horribly violent but its characters become complicated and interesting in the process The action seuences are well earned and serve the drama rather than the other way around A great read

  9. says:

    why does every volume have to leave me shattered like this?

  10. says:

    this manga is incredible so layered and complex and engagingthe visuals are gorgeousI can't imagine where things will go so much has already happened