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Kitakubo, Hiroyuki. (1963–). Kitakubo was a true prodigy in the anime world, working on Urusei Yatsura while still a teenager. After a directorial debut with Cream Lemon, he went on to design and direct landmark works includingBlack Magic M-66, a segment of Robot Carnival, and Roujin Z. Credited with part of the early computer graphics work seen in Akira, he would subsequently direct Blood: The Last Vampire for Production IG. He also pastiched the dystopian style of many 1980s Madhouse anime in “Last Orders” (1997), an animated commercial for Murphy’s Stout, screened in the U.K