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NINJA SCROLL BURST Teaser Trailer: Yoshiaki Kawajiri

Ninja Scroll

Ninja Scroll Burst TrailerYoshiaki Kawajiri‘s Ninja Scroll Burst teaser trailer heralds a “3-episode short animation [entitled] “Ninja Scroll BURST” [that] has been created using modern techniques”. The original Ninja Scroll is in my top ten list of all time for anime films.

I love the film. Its exciting, energetic, inventive, cool, has great dialogue, and is full of surprises. I previously wrote about the film here: 5 Essential Anime Films you need to View.

Ninja Scroll Burst might not be quite the follow-up I was hoping for – judging by the snow boarding – but some of the elements that made Ninja Scroll great are still present. Is it too much to hope for that the final product of this project will be as good as the original?

The offiical statement about Ninja Scroll Burst:

The animation film “Ninja Scroll” (1993), created by Director Yoshiaki Kawajiri has been greatly popular in America. After 20 years, a new challenge by Kawajiri and Madhouse begins. As a first challenge, the 3-episode short animation “Ninja Scroll BURST” has been created using modern techniques and this video is its teaser trailer. The official release for “Ninja Scroll BURST” is still under consideration. Please look forward to the following release.

Watch the Ninja Scroll Burst teaser trailer and leave your thoughts on it below in the comments section. For more Ninja Scroll Burst photos, videos, and information, visit our Ninja Scroll Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter or on FacebookNinja Scroll Burst has no release date yet.

Source: Twitchfilm

 

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