The Toonseum in Pittsburgh is hosting the largest collection of art from the glorious anime movie Akira. Akira was a hand drawn movie, so it included thousands of slides that just couldn't be stored. Apparently the Japanese studio was going to get rid of the slides after the movie was released and some American bought as much stuff as he could. I'm glad that at least someone got to keep a piece of history.
I personally love the movie and it was awesome to see the actually slides used to make it.