Newtype data for the 5th Anniversary in the 4/1990 issue of Newtype. Characters from Utsunomiko illustrated by Mutsumi inomata, Noa Izumi by Akemi Takada and the dapper Ryo Saeba by Sachiko Kamimura.
Kimagure Orange Road Anime Headline article featuring the stunning art of Akemi Takada in the 5/1989 issue of Newtype.
Magical Fairy Persia LD box set ad illustrated by Akemi Takada in the 11/1991 issue of Newtype. Beautiful illustration.
The premise of this show sounds a bit absurd. If you look for it you can find some of it on youtube. I will say though the transformations are pretty cool.
The staff of Patlabor and the Soldiers of Gundam 0083 for the Patlabor/Gundam 0083 article in the 11/1991 issue of Newtype. Captain Goto illustrated by Akemi Takada and Nina Purpleton illustrated by Toshihiro Kawamoto.
Toho Video Kimagure Organge Road music, VHS and LD ad in the 9/1988 issue of Newtype.
Dat Akemi Takada art!
Attack! of Patlabor article featuring beautiful art by Akemi Takada & Hiroki Takagi in the 9/1988 issue of Newtype.
GORGEOUS! Absolutely gorgeous illustration of Patlabor’s Noa Izumi in the 1990 Newtype Illustration Calendar.
Urusei Yatsura: Lum The Forever movie article in the 1/1986 issue of Newtype.
Lum The Forever movie Enjoy!
Akemi Takada illustration on the final pages of the Patlabor OVA article in the 5/1992 issue of Newtype.
This is a treat! Kimagure Orange Road covers to albums, videos, LD and CDV all illustrated by Akemi Takada in the 10/1988 issue of Newtype.
More beautiful Kimagure Orange Road layouts illustrated by Akemi Takada in the 10/1988 issue of Newtype.
Kimagure Orange Road retrospective in the 10/1988 issue of Newtype with AMAZING artwork by Akemi Takada.
Akemi Takada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia There is so much to say about her as an Illustrator. No matter what she draws I can feel the emotion of the character. Her colors are always vibrant & crisp. Her art makes me happy.
Izumi Matsumoto (“Kimagure Orange Road” Mangaka) Interview - AX 2011 Press Junket - YouTube Please watch this. Gives you some insight on the man behind the manga/anime. Go Nagai and Hideo Azuma (the father of lolicon) are his influences (WOW).