Kazuo Koike‘s long-running manga series Lone Wolf and Cub, which follows Ogami Itto, a ronin who travels the Japanese countryside carrying his toddler son Daigoro in a weapon-laden baby carriage, is a perennially-popular piece of comic book storytelling. In the ’70s it generated a famous six-film series starring Tomisaburô Wakayama, with several of the films produced by his brother Shintaro Katsu (Zatoichi) and directed by Kenji Misumi.
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Author Joe Haldeman has revealed on his live journal page that Blade Runner scribe David Peoples has already turned in a fourth draft of Ridley Scott‘s big screen adaptation of Haldeman’s 1974 novel The Forever War.

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