Written by Zechs
on Sunday, September 01 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
The acclaimed animated film maker will retire from the genre he reinvented and loved so well, and "The Wind Rises" will be the final feature he'll be doing.
Spirited Away (2001), Princess Mononoke (1997), Kiki's Magical Deliver Service (1989), and of course the Castle of Cagliostro (1979). These are but a small hint of the famous animated works by Hayao Miyazaki. The legendary Japanese animator appears to be retiring again (he first retired right after 1997 with Mononoke, but returned four years later with Spirited).
Still, the president of Studio Ghibli (the very animation company Miyazaki helped co-found), Koji Hoshino, announced (news site NHK specifically states films all together) today at the Venice Film Festival that the legendary film maker will be retiring again and that The Wind Rises will be his last film (the movie just opened last month in Japan and it's unknown when the film will come ot America, other than Disney is once again distributing it).
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About the Author - Zechs
Zechs is the lord and master of The Toy Shed, Character Spotlight, and Cartoon Reviews. He's also an aspiring comic book writer trying to get some of his works published on the Outhouse. If there's any greater quality to Zechs, it's that he's an avid fan of comic book characters and would defend them to the bitter end against the companies that use them wrongly. Zechs walks the lonely path in Chicagoland area.
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