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To name another one...Orion; which has been translated btw...it's a like a
far east fantasy/medieval manga that I wanted to pick up for quite some
time. There's others which are newer and I haven't been able to see those
because they're still in Japan. You might want to pick up a Blades or
Intron Depot 1 and 2 art books of his. From what I remember, they contain
detailed English descriptions of his describing each art piece. Most of
them will list where each piece came from, therefore you could track more
of his manga series down.
>> Can some knowledgeable person tell me if there is a sequel to Ghost in the
>> Shell? I just watched the movie, and they leave it wide open for one
>> like The Matrix).
>Not that I'm aware of. The movie was loosely based on a couple of the
>the manga by Shirow. Dark Horse did an English translation of it shortly
>the movie came out in the US, that you should probably take a look at if
>a Shirow fan. If I remember correctly, there were eight issues, and I
>last four, I think, tucked away somewhere in my archives. Personally, I
>care too much for the movie, but I enjoyed the manga, which has more stories
>than just the puppeteer one (which is told somewhat differently in the manga,
>Shirow has also written other things that you might want to take a look at.
>None of them follow quite the same course as GTIS, but they're all still good
>Appleseed is quite well known, and there's both a manga (later reproduced
>four issue GN) and a movie (which tells a story somewhat similar to GN 2,
>the same time, completely different). I believe Dominion Tank Police was
>originally a manga, as well, although I've never seen any for it. I have
>the two different OVA series (DTP and New DTP), and it is a much more
>lighthearted and comedic series than GTIS and Appleseed. There's also Black
>Magic M-66, which I haven't seen, and I think a few others that Shirow has
>although nothing comes to mind at the moment.
>While none of this is the sequel you were asking about, hopefully it'll
>to find something more that you'll enjoy.
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