News Masamune Shirow Talks About Ghost Hound
posted on 2007-10-21 05:47 EDT
As the Ghost Hound "spiritual animation" series, Production I.G's 20th-anniversary project, premiered on Japanese television earlier this week, creator Masamune Shirow has written a message to fans that has been translated and posted on I.G's website. He acknowledges that the anime series differs in some aspects from his original story but accepts these differences as inevitable. The original idea, which he created in 1987, deals with "recognizing and unlocking unworldly power." In the anime, this has been changed to the theme of losing the unworldly power as children are transformed into teenagers and adults.
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