Combustible Decadence of Neo-Tokyo in the Flawed Masterpiece of Anime “Akira”

I found Akira, a landmark animated film which introduced the Japanese animated films to the Western audience, to be an eclectic mess. During the first and even the second watching of the film it seemed that way. Later, as I managed to put the pieces together (and some parts of the film are fragments of … Continue reading Combustible Decadence of Neo-Tokyo in the Flawed Masterpiece of Anime “Akira”