Tag Archives: Magnetic Rose

Happy Endings: In Memory of Satoshi Kon

As if lured by the Greek sirens, he entered the innermost chamber, the pistil of the rose. There it was again, the enigmatic notes echoed far off into the distance. In front of him, a light shone upon a grand piano, a … Continue reading

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Celebrating 50 Years of Anime: 50 People of the Past and Present Who Shaped Anime Into What It is Today (#40-36)

Another installment in the Celebrating 50 Years of Anime series of posts. This time we’ve got a hipster, a golfer, a man who most likely profits way more from making music videos than producing anime, a man who established his … Continue reading

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Memories Review

Memories is Katsuhiro Otomo’s three-part film anthology. Released in 1995, it marked Otomo’s next big project since Roujin Z. It features three unrelated stories: Magnetic Rose, Stink Bomb, and Cannon Fodder. Magnetic Rose is everything it claims to be, and … Continue reading

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