I think I'm experiencing Deja Vu with myself. Right now, I'm still really interested in Osamu Tezuka's The Wonder 3/The Amazing 3 and I'm even learning awareness about the legendary manga artist's body of work. Why does is this Deja Vu with myself? Because over a decade ago, I had a similar experience with Don Bluth's work and being strangely nuts over one of his more lesser-known works. I feel I might have the same experience with The Wonder 3 & Tezuka because I'll move onto another thing that will have me thinking about it for the next couple of months. At least I can respect another big name in anime and his influence on the medium.
Also I found this really cool collection of pics
that showed what Tezuka's characters would look like in a fighting game. Although I think the title "Symphony of the Blood" and the "game's" interface design looks way too gothic and unfitting to represent Tezuka's work, I do like how everyone was given bios and what their moves would be. They look like what my fictional game ideas would look like if I drew more and put some careful thoughts into what the game play would be like. But man, of all the times I wish I could read Japanese. :( If there's any here that can, can I at least have a translation for The Wonder 3's character card? Information about this would be a fun talking point with one of my other friends who is a big Capcom nut and see who would get if Capcom Vs Osamu Tezuka characters was a real fighting game.