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By Katsuhiro Otomo

Within the yr 2030, the remarkable Neo-Tokyo has risen from Tokyo`s ashes, however the energy that when leveled Tokyo and despatched the area to the threshold of Armageddon -- a being of giant telekinetic energy recognized purely as Akira -- lives on in absolute-zero frozen stasis a ways less than town. those that stand shield will cease at not anything to maintain Akira from awakening, yet Tetsuo, an indignant younger guy with substantial -- and quickly transforming into -- psychic skills turns into passionate about confronting Akira face-to-face. In time, Akira would certainly wake up, and Tetsuo could be the basically being very likely able to controlling him, yet Tetsuo is turning into more and more risky and violent, and a gaggle together with his former pal Kaneda units out to smash Tetsuo ahead of he can liberate Akira -- or earlier than Tetsuo himself turns into so strong that no strength in the world can cease him!

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