Family name (in kanji): コマサ
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Angel's Egg (movie) : In-Between Animation
Castle in the Sky (movie) : In-Between Animation
Galaxy Investigation 2100: Border Planet (movie) : Art
My Neighbor Totoro (movie) : Animation
My Neighbors the Yamadas (movie) : In-Between Animation
On Your Mark (movie) : In-Between Animation
Pom Poko (movie) : Inbetween / Clean-up Animation
Princess Mononoke (movie) : Inbetween / Clean-up Animation
Spirited Away (movie) : Inbetween / Clean-up Animation
Whisper of the Heart (movie) : Inbetween / Clean-up Animation
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Day 6 of the Ghiblithon arrives with Miyazaki's first iconic work, starring a savior princess in a toxic forest, based on the manga of his creation. ― Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind was Hayao Miyazaki's first movie in a sense. He had plenty of experience before it, of course. He'd directed the best Lupin III flick with The Castle of Cagliostro and helmed the Future Boy Conan TV series (which was ...
Brace yourself, there are 6 days of the Ghiblithon left! Today, Gabriella Ekens does a cannonball into the ocean of childlike wonder (and questionable storytelling) that is Ponyo. ― Hayao Miyazaki has gained a reputation as a director whose films sophisticated parents buy in order to give their kids a dose of culture alongside their entertainment. At first glance, Ponyo seems like it's tailor-made fo...
The Ghibliton rolls along with day 4, wherein Hope Chapman visits a familiar floating palace that doubles as a superweapon and a retirement home for mute robots. ― Released in 1986, Castle in the Sky is Studio Ghibli's first feature film in title only. Miyazaki already had two films under his belt showcasing his animation style and passionate, personal beliefs. (Nausicaa's ideas are plain on its face...
Day three of our Ghiblithon arrives in miniature as Rebecca Silverman enters the world of Arrietty and her sugar cube-stealing ilk. ― Anime at times has a uniquely sad way of looking at Western literature, as anyone who has seen Gankutsuo: The Count of Monte Cristo, a retelling of Alexandre Dumas' novel can attest. While we didn't see that in Studio Ghibli's adaptation of Dianna Wynne Jones' YA fanta...