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Otomo declines to comment on the prospect of a live-action remake of "Akira," a project that's been kicking around Hollywood for more than a decade: "I illustrated the manga then directed the animated film: I will not be involved a third time." But he's directed one live-action movie, an adaptation of Yuki Urushibara's supernatural manga "Mushishi," and would like to do more,
Written and illustrated by Yuki Urushibara, it debuted as an in on January 25, 1999. Later, it was in the from 1999 to 2002. It moved to on December 25, 2002 and was serialized until August 25, 2008. Kodansha collected the chapters into ten , and published them under the line from November 22, 2001, to November 21, 2008. On November 21, 2013, Kodansha started to re-release it under the format in their line, concluding with the tenth on July 23, 2014.
No, really. This show is one of those rare gems of masterful storytelling that you only see every now again these days, what with all this random camp strewn about. It’s an adaptation of a manga by Yuki Urushibara that made it on the scene back in 2005, but the second season, “Mushishi: Zoku Shou”, was finally released around this time last year after nearly a decade. A is expected in the summer this year, as well. I haven’t seen the first movie yet, so I’ll definitely be checking out that and the manga.
Dalle abili mani di Yuki Urushibara giunge finalmente anche in Italia l’enigmatico Mushishi, il cacciatore di mushi. Protagonista delle vicende è Ginko, un misterioso uomo senza passato che ha il potere di entrare in contatto con degli insetti-spirito, i mushi, che spesso interagiscono con gli umani causando diversi problemi. Proprio grazie alle sue particolari capacità, Ginko sarà in grado di aiutare le persone a liberarsi da queste creature. Assolutamente imperdibile per tutti i cultori del Giappone classico e delle sue magiche atmosfere