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E into the early stages of Kon's uniuely compelling style of storytelling The buds of dream like themes and imaginative worldviews that would blossom in his. final rating of the collection 35 rated a 4 with hopes that raising the score will convince people to read the late Kon s work even if it isn t his bestI don t think it s worth wasting my breath on the stories I wasn t fond of like most of Kon s work Dream Fossil mixes slice of life magical realism sci fi humor and an attempt at sincerity through interesting stories there aren t any in this collection that are real stand outs against his films but as a means to an introduction into Kon s style they re filled with whimsy and interesting takes on relatively mundane narratives as a reader and a viewer of his works you can see the transference and microgenres that Kon implements into his films being born between the 500 pages of Dream Fossil His work on Akira definitely shows in a few of the stories especially Picnic which seems to be in direct relation to Akira and the last two Toriko Prisoner which feel like an abstract of where the universe built in Akira could bring us some Electing Judges uniuely compelling style of storytelling The buds of dream like themes and imaginative worldviews that would blossom in his. final rating of the collection 35 rated a 4 with hopes that raising the score will convince people to read the late Kon s work even if it isn t his bestI don t think it s worth wasting my breath on the stories I wasn t fond of like most of Kon s work Dream Fossil mixes slice of life magical realism sci fi humor and an attempt at sincerity through interesting stories there aren t any in this collection that are real stand outs against his films but as a means to an introduction into Kon s style they re filled with whimsy and interesting takes on relatively mundane narratives as a reader and a viewer of his works you can see the transference and microgenres that Kon implements into his films being born between the 500 pages of Dream Fossil His work on Akira definitely shows in a few of the stories especially Picnic which seems to be in direct relation to Akira and the last two Toriko Prisoner which feel like an abstract of where the Encounters with Rauschenberg universe built in Akira could bring Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries us some

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Dream Fossil

Dream Fossil is a collection of 15 short stories by the late Satoshi Kon These stories serialized in a variety of magazines in the 1980's give a rare glimps. Satoshi Kon 1963 2010 was an acclaimed anime director making a handful of movies including Paprika and one television series Paranoia Agent His themes of confusion of dreams and reality and madness lying just below the surface of society made his works fascinating He also spent some time as a manga creator creating several stories in the 1980s before going into anime full time as an assistant to Katsuhiro Otomo Akira This volume collects his short worksThe lead story is Carve After a war polluted the old places of habitation most of humanity moved to The City a haven of high technology However when a minority of humans started developing psychic powers they were kicked out of The City and scrape by in the now less toxic old cities Sculptor Kei and his female friendmodel Ann notice that Specials are starting to disappear from their neighborhood Are The City people up to somethingThe fifteen stories cover a range of genres There s a couple of baseball stories so Electromyography for Experimentalists up to somethingThe fifteen stories cover a range of genres There s a couple of baseball stories so

Summary Dream Fossil

Later animated works are also readily apparent Yet the flights of fancy are anchored by knowing empathetic portrayals of the very human nature of each stor. I wanted to love this collection so badly but I was sorely disappointed by it I m a casual fan of Kon s I absolutely loved Perfect Blue as well as Opus but I still haven t seen all of his films and much like this one his manga Tropic of the Sea left much to be desired Looking at the cover of this collection and the name underneath the title I couldn t help but get excited however I did not enjoy this mangaI found myself having a lot of the same issues as I had with Tropic of the Sea as I read it the paneling and poor character design made it incredibly difficult to follow and I was often left confused and frustrated as I read Also the speech bubbles are rather vague so it can be hard to tell which character should be speaking when Overall it made for a rather unpleasant reading experience Not to mention the stories Oh boy the stories They weren t all bad for the most part in fact I enjoyed a handful of them Kidnappers Guests Joyful Bell and Toriko were my favorites The Black Ice Score (Parker, unpleasant reading experience Not to mention the stories Oh boy the stories They weren t all bad for the most part in fact I enjoyed a handful of them Kidnappers Guests Joyful Bell and Toriko were my favorites


10 thoughts on “Dream Fossil

  1. says:

    I wanted to like this I really did I love Satoshi Kon and some of his manga work such as Tropic of the Sea are legitimately wonderful But Dream Fossil is some of his earliest work from the 80s before he really matured as a storyteller The art is satisfactory and serviceable with some legitimately great moments but the storytelling is rushed and page layouts are cramped It's as though he's trying to cram as much as humanly possible into th

  2. says:

    Satoshi Kon 1963 2010 was an acclaimed anime director making a handful of movies including Paprika and one television series

  3. says:

    Love Satoshi Kon's movies which made this a particicularly unsatisfying read Only 3 of the 15 stories held my attention Glad to see how much a storyteller can evolve over time though and appreciated insight into his evolving artistry and comedic timing His manga work relies a lot on tropes common to the medium and I was surprised by how unoriginal the majority of these stories were A title as cool as 'Dream Fossil' deserved better

  4. says:

    While there's no doubt Kon succeeded as a visual artist and a filmmaker it's clear that seuential art wasn't suited for him Kon's style of storytelling definitely has a film aesthetic in mind in terms of pacing and staging and while his art is phenomenal it really doesn't blend well with comics

  5. says:

    Skip this you'll be disappointed

  6. says:

    final rating of the collection 35 rated a 4 with hopes that raising the score will convince people to read the late Kon's work even if it isn't his bestI don't think it's worth wasting my breath on the stories I wasn't fond

  7. says:

    I wanted to love this collection so badly but I was sorely disappointed by it I’m a casual fan of Kon’s I absolutely loved Perfect Blue as well as Opus but I still haven’t seen all of his films and much like this one his manga Tropic of the Sea left much to be desired Looking at the cover of this collection and the name underneath the title I couldn’t help but get excited however I did not enjoy this mangaI fou

  8. says:

    this was really neat to read after growing up with Kon's films Paprika Perfect Blue Tokyo Godfathers and my favorite Millennium Actress some of these short stories really could have been something a film even I think the b

  9. says:

    I can only agree with what others have said reasonably competent short often humourous seuential art stories Pleasent enough for what they are but there's little here to hint at the sheer brilliance of this young mangaka that would characterise his Animé The last panel of the one with the runaway granny did get a good laugh out of me though

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    Carve Horseplay Baseball Brats Summer of Anxiety Focus Day has Dawned Kidnappers Guests Waira Picnic Beyond the Sun Joyful Bell The Desert Dolphin The Adventures of Master Basho Toriko Prisoner Part 1 Toriko Prisoner Part 2 Satoshi Kon A Loving Unkindness Interview with Susumu HirasawaOriginal Publications

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