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Rare, original, one-of-a-kind pencil drawing (douga) used to create the tracelines for a cel in the production of the 1988 all-time classic anime, Akira. A10 number. Unforgettable scene of Testuo being held down by one of the Clown gang while the other Clowns are punching Kaori in the face and attempting to burn Kaneda's bike. Check the trickle of blood running down his face, bruises, and furious expression. The fourth picture is the screen-captured image of this scene for reference only. There is some minor paint transfer and minor wrinkles, as shown. Overall, the pencil is in very good condition. Hand-drawn in pencil with red, orange, green, yellow, and blue highlights. Theatrical size douga measuring 13.75 inches x 9.25 inches. From Sequence 6, Cut 09. It comes protected in a fresh polypropylene cel bag for safe shipping.


Includes a Certificate of Authenticity stating that this art was used in the production of the Akira movie. Created by legendary director, Katsuhiro Otomo, over twenty years later this film remains the greatest technical achievement in the history of cel animation. It's still one of the top-grossing animated films of all time. The June 2002 issue of Wired Magazine ranks Akira among the top 20 greatest SF films of all time and is the only animated feature listed among such films as Blade Runner and Star Wars. 

Akira Douga for Cel - Tetsuo

SKU: 22ST133
$1,200.00 Regular Price
$999.99Sale Price
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