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dustinweaver:

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ca-tsuka:

15 000 followers here, thanks :-)A drawing that I love : Astroboy by Yoh Yoshinari (Little Witch Academia)

Most likely based on this particular panel:


the Pluto arc is probably the most well known of the Astro Boy comics bc Urusawa did that amazing adaptation of it but I remember this arc being a lot more long and epic!! Astro runs out of power while rushing to get home and then he wakes up like hundreds of years later and meets a race of grasshopper looking people and then goes through this Odyssey-like adventure to get back home to his original time. It spanned something like 4 volumes, which is long considering how episodic the Astroboy series is.

The “Once Upon a Time” Astroboy story is my favorite. 
Astroboy actually dies the moment he is born. So good.

dustinweaver:

huliia:

danishexmachina:

ca-tsuka:

15 000 followers here, thanks :-)

A drawing that I love : Astroboy by Yoh Yoshinari (Little Witch Academia)

Most likely based on this particular panel:

the Pluto arc is probably the most well known of the Astro Boy comics bc Urusawa did that amazing adaptation of it but I remember this arc being a lot more long and epic!! Astro runs out of power while rushing to get home and then he wakes up like hundreds of years later and meets a race of grasshopper looking people and then goes through this Odyssey-like adventure to get back home to his original time. It spanned something like 4 volumes, which is long considering how episodic the Astroboy series is.

The “Once Upon a Time” Astroboy story is my favorite. 

Astroboy actually dies the moment he is born. So good.

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Anonymous asked: new album soon vhe?

vhlv:

see, if i tell u “yes/no,”

tht’ll only dampen/intensify the eerie luminescence i enjoy emitting.

if i say “maybe,”

tht’ll only leave me to exacerbate smthng muddy.

so i’ll just say, ”          .”

420goku:

ugh jojo fans are such posers

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farmerinthesky:

One rare illustration of Jiro. From the Ishinomori Shotaro no Fantasy World artbook. It’s probably the last time Ishinomori himself drew the character.
At the time the Kikaider manga series first came around, Ishinomori was overloaded with work. He was rather busy with Sabu and Ichi Detective Tales, Ryu The Primitive boy, 009-1, Sarutobi Ecchan, Shoot! Shoot Shoot! and others. So most of the work in the series was made primarily by his assistants: Hio Akira, Tsuchiyama Yoshiki, Hosoi Yuuji and Yamada Goro. While Ishinomori only did the rough sketches for them to follow. This same technique was used again in the first volume of Japan, Inc and Hokusai (he was starting to go blind around that time).
Despite these issues, Kikaider remained as his favorite hero character. And became one of his most popular creation.

farmerinthesky:

One rare illustration of Jiro. From the Ishinomori Shotaro no Fantasy World artbook. It’s probably the last time Ishinomori himself drew the character.

At the time the Kikaider manga series first came around, Ishinomori was overloaded with work. He was rather busy with Sabu and Ichi Detective Tales, Ryu The Primitive boy, 009-1, Sarutobi Ecchan, Shoot! Shoot Shoot! and others. So most of the work in the series was made primarily by his assistants: Hio Akira, Tsuchiyama Yoshiki, Hosoi Yuuji and Yamada Goro. While Ishinomori only did the rough sketches for them to follow. This same technique was used again in the first volume of Japan, Inc and Hokusai (he was starting to go blind around that time).

Despite these issues, Kikaider remained as his favorite hero character. And became one of his most popular creation.

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thelastofkrypton:

im so happy


 

Kitsueki No BITO!

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It’s human to lie. Most of the time we can’t even be honest with ourselves.
Rashōmon | dir. Akira Kurosawa (1950)

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