Akira, Vol. 4
Publish date: November 30th 2010
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
Series: Akira Collection (#4)
If there is one thing when it comes to anime, people will always remember Akira. When it comes to manga, this is a one read people should invested on. I love Akira personally because of its sheer epic story of man versus Godhood and any thing that writes about power, this is the book people of all r...
What. The. Crap. Is going on?This whole thing has taken a left turn, and yet it hasn't. It's been a big paranormal mess from the beginning. Kaneda has left the Earth, but isn't dead and Neo-Tokyo has been left to fend for itself by the powers that be. Akira doesn't speak and Tetsuo is in waaaay ...
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