TokyoScope

by Patrick Macias

Publisher: Cadence Books in San Francisco

Written in English
Published: Pages: 240 Downloads: 190
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  • Motion pictures -- Japan -- History.

Edition Notes

Other titlesTokyo Scope
Statementby Patrick Macias ; illustrated by Happy Ujihashi ; forword by Kinji Fukasaku, afterword by Takashi Miike.
ContributionsUjihashi, Happy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPN1993.5.J3 M37 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination240 p. :
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22465570M
ISBN 101569316813

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GODZILLA VS. MUTANT STARFISH (early 70's) Another "Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster" follow-up that director Yoshimitsu Banno had in mind, in which king of the monsters did battle with a starfish monster either mutated from pollution or by radiation from a fallen meteorite.   Patrick Macias did an interview with him for his book Tokyoscope 10 years ago and he talked as much about Nostradamus as he did about Hedorah, if that film was just a project he just contributed slightly to I don't think he would remember it so vividly.   The NEW PEOPLE Tokyoscope talks have explored everything from the bad girls of Japanese cinema to the towering titans of kaiju films throughout the first six volumes, and the topic of lucky no. 7 is none other than the NINJA! Hosted by Otaku USA editor-in-chief Patrick Macias, and produced in association with Matt Alt (co-author of Kodansha International's book Ninja Attack!

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