Several qualities accounted for the popularity of “Akira”: its slick graphics, its futuristic-fantasy architecture and its fashionably doom-laden message. Also important was its extraordinary eroticism. Little Kaori, you will remember, was brutally assaulted by a biker gang and emerged bruised and traumatized.
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