In 1988 the western animation he freaked out at the biggest crossover ever made “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, but the oriental animation had his own hit with the anime “Akira”.
This year inspired by this two movies and the post apocalyptic “2012” film with a COVID-19 pandemic touch it comes: “2020: San Juanito”. In the year 2012 the people who made believe that it would be the year of the end of the world but it turns out it was all a farce.
However, by the end of 2019, a pandemic of a new virus known as coronavirus is beginning to be detected in China and so in early 2020, the pandemic hit the whole world.
No one would imagine that within all this disaster there would be a hero capable of ending such a disaster. That hero was a mexican teenager named Victor who would also be about to discover the secret of a project with the name Akira.
Toontown in the year 2019, Downtown at 9:00 pm
In the lonely streets an anthropomorphic yellow dog is seen entering a subway bar, at the corner next to a jukebox a look like mexican young boy is watching indecisive the songs, down the stairs quickly another boy enters to the bar and then approaching to the jukebox kid he tells:
We have the clowns in the highway.
Then the boy starts to gaming with the jukebox and the owner of the bar he tells:
Hey boy this isn’t a karaoke you know.
C'me on dude, relax if you if it doesn't, I could give you something like a cardiac arrest.
Said the friend of the boy