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Black Jack the Movie
Check the Real Wonder of Japanese Animation
Date:12, Jun, 2012
Investigated and Written by Misaka Youhei
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Black Jack the Movie, a Japanese animation film, was released in 1996; a year of Atlanta Olympic. And the film also featured the meet.

Black Jack the Movie
Original by Tezuka Osamu
Directed by Dezaki Osamu
Running Time: 93 min.
The original writer of Black Jack is Tezuka Osamu, a leading figure of the most popular manga artists in Japan and every Japanese man would know his name. Black Jack is a masterpiece of his works, just like Astro Boy. After Tezuka passed away, they decided to make Black Jack animated into some O.V.A tales hailing Dezaki Osamu as a director. Moving with making OVA, they produced this film.

Dezaki Osamu is well-known as a late animation director who directed Ashita no Joe, Lady Oscar and so on. He had, by the way, joined Mushi Pro, a company of Tezuka Osamu in his youth.

The beginning of the story is Atlanta Olympic. Marvelous records one by one appear, surprisingly.

The players, who have established records beyond previous common sense about physical abilities, are called Super Mankind and make people all over the world very excited. At the time, Black Jack operates a surgical operation to a white girl. He is an unlicensed doctor but very terrific. After two years, Black Jack has a telephone call and knows that disease of the white girl recurs. He goes to the girl in a hurry and is going to be involved in a mystery of Super Mankind that suddenly appeared in 1996.

From 1997 onward, digitization of producing Japanese animation was advanced at a heat. So you maybe think the pictures are old-fashioned a little. However, therefore beautiful shades and detailed depiction stand out. Saying frankly, the quality of the movie must be higher than most of present products. You can see potential power of Japanese animation.

No need to mention about wonderfulness of the story.






 

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