Ghost In the Shell 2 book. Masaki Yamada, Yuji Oniki (Translator).
Ghost In the Shell 2 book. Carl Gustav Horn (Translator). A fine piece of literary science fiction, After the Long Goodbye features a narrative style that’s almost as elegant as the intricate algorithms powering its augmented characters. Apr 14, 2010 Chance rated it it was ok. This book was okay, but I really would only recommend it for fans of Ghost in the Shell.
by Masaki Yamada · Yuji Oniki · Carl Gustav Horn. The fate of Adolf Hitler, the dictator of the evil Third Reich, we know, but Tezuka's series continued after the war, following the other two Adolfs - one the son of a baker, a Germa. Spirited Away, Volume 3. by Hayao Miyazaki · Yuji Oniki.
After the Long Goodbye is a cyberpunk novel by Masaki Yamada. It is based in the Ghost in the Shell universe, taking place just before Innocence. It was published in the US by Viz Media in October 2005. Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Novel.
Expanding on the concepts explored in the movie, Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, Masaki Yamada’s novel also stands as a wholly original piece of work not tethered directly to any Ghost in the Shell continuity. Say hello to After The Long Goodbye-highly recommended for readers looking for science fiction with a soul.
Innocence : After the Long Goodbye. This is set before the second Ghost In The Shell movie, Innocence, and also has a bonus discussion between the director, Mamoru Oshii, and the author, Masaki Yamada.
Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence: After the Long Goodbye by Yamada Masaki, Yuji Oniki, Carl Gustav Horn. Lurkers at the Threshold: Saya and the Nature of Evil. Lurkers at the Threshold: Saya and the Nature of Evil (pp. 295-298).
Born in 1950, Masaki Yamada has been one of the most honored authors in Japanese science fiction. Included at the end is a transcript of a short talk between author Yamada and Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence director Mamoru Oshii. He won the Nihon SF Taisho Award, Japan's equivalent of the Nebula, in 1982 for The Last Enemy. He also won the Seiun-the Japanese Hugo-four times, most recently for his alternate history novel, Kishin Corps, later adapted into an anime through Geneon Entertainment. It's fascinating but don't read unless you've viewed both films.
By (author) Masaki Yamada, Translated by Yuji Oniki, With Carl Gustav Horn. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Publication date 01 Jul 2007. Publisher Turtleback Books. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Author: Yuji Oniki,Carl Gustav Horn,Masaki Yamada
Category: Graphic Novels
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC; 1st edition (July 17, 2007)
Pages: 200 pages
ePUB size: 1382 kb
FB2 size: 1601 kb
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