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- 2002 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Winner - Best U.S. Edition of Foreign Material: (by Katsuhiro Otomo (Dark Horse))
Cover Date: December 2001
Cover Price: US $ 27.95
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Format: Black & White; Trade Paperback; 416 pages
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In the 21st century, the once-glittering Neo-Tokyo lies in ruins, leveled in minutes by the infinite power of the child psychic giant, Akira. Now a wasteland of rubble and anarchy, the Great Tokyo Empire rises, a ragtag group of zealots and crazies who worship and fear Akira and his mad prime minister, Tetsuo, an angry teen with immense powers of his own -- and equally immense twisted ambitions. The planet at large is not taking the threat lying down, however, and the might of the world is ready to take on the Empire, but will technology's most advanced weaponry be enough to destroy Akira -- and is Tetsuo an ever greater threat? The fifth chapter in a sweeping epic of over 2000 pages, Akira vol. 5 is the penultimate act of a mind-blowing graphic-novel masterpiece of awe-inspiring imagination and gut-wrenching power, and the inspiration for the classic Akira animated film.
Katsuhiro Otomo: Winner 2002 Eisner Award Best Archival Collection/Project for Akira,
Katsuhiro Otomo: Winner 2002 Eisner Award Best U.S. Edition of Foreign Material for Akira
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