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Cosplay: Nadya Sonika As Vega (Street Fighter) & Aquarius Camus (Saint Seiya)

9 October 2013 10:15 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Street Fighter - Vega Cosplayer: Nadya Sonika * Photographer: Lu Guevara Photographer: Itamas Photography Vega, known as Balrog, in Japan, is one of the bosses of the Street Fighter fighting game series. He first appeared as a boss character in Street Fighter II. He is a memorable character, not only for his obsession with beauty, but also for the claw he wields and his unique fighting techniques. Vega's fighting style is a blend of ninjutsu and bullfighting, thus earning him the nickname "Spanish Ninja". - Street Fighter Wiki ........................................................................ Saint Seiya - Aquarius Camus Cosplayer: Nadya Sonika * Photographer: Itamas Photography Photographer: Nano3dfx Photographer: Shots He is a Gold Saint, guardian of the temple of Aquarius, and also Cygnus Hyoga and Kraken Isaac's master in manga. In the anime, he was the master of the Crystal Saint, who was Hyoga and Isaac's master. Camus is a cold looking Saint, since he believes the Gold Saint, »

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Second Part of Tezuka’s Buddha Anime Film Trilogy Gets a Green Light

30 January 2013 6:59 PM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

At the press conference for the musical adaptation of the Buddha manga which was held in Tokyo on January 25th, Takayuki Matsutani, president of Tezuka Productions, announced that they will start production of the second part of Osamu Tezuka‘s Buddha anime film trilogy in this year.

The trilogy is based on Tezuka’s Buddha manga which was published in Japan from 1972 to 1983. The manga has been known as one of his representative works internationally.

The first film Buddha: The Great Departure directed by Kozo Morishita (Saint Seiya) was released in Japan on May 28th, 2011. The 1 billion yen (about Us$11 million) budget film was not so successful at the box-office and received mixed reviews. So many fans have speculated there will be no more sequels, so this comes as a real (and for me, welcome) surprise.

The staff and release date for the second film have not been announced yet, »

- Vesna Sunrider

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