MAN WITH A MISSION - from Tokyo/Japan Tickets - Hamburg, Hafenklang

Sonntag, den 10. März 2019
Beginn: 20:30 Uhr
Große Elbstraße 84,
22767 Hamburg
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Veranstalter: Solar Penguin Agency (Kontakt)

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In the year 19XX the earth was engulfed in war.

Nation pitted against nation, human against human. Every living thing on the planet was locked in a chaotic battle to acquire each other’s wealth and power.
In the meantime, in the farthest away land of "Ladyland" there lived a genius biologist named Dr. Jimi (hobby: guitar) who was about to conclude a mad science experiment for a pack of superior creatures that would be called MAN WITH A MISSION (MWAM).

Are they human? Are they wolves?

Their looks may be deceiving and even comical at first glance, but they have incredible brain power and a superhuman physique.
Such superb abilities enabled them to carry out the planet’s most challenging top secret missions, and made them untouchable by the world’s fearsome and powerful leaders including Genghis Khan, Attila the Hun, and Ivan the Terrible.
The principality of Zeon had them work in the dark shadows of history in various locations around the world.
Dr. Jimi was plagued by guilt and regret that his creations had contributed to some of the most evil deeds in history and decided to put an end to it. He wanted to ensure that they wouldn´t fall under the spell of evil again and so he froze them into eternal sleep in a far edge of the world.
Time passed by and it was now the year of 2010. The planet had gone through worldwide economic crisis, numerous political and social tensions across borders, and was slowly being destroyed by pollution induced global warming.
The warming and deterioration of the planet then melted the icy caskets that Dr. Jimi had jeopardized his life for. MWAM awoke from eternal sleep!
Are they working for justice for this world, or are they nothing else but evil?
Either way “MAN WITH A MISSION” is now back on the mission around the world!
written by New York Times(lie)
Bild: Fischauktionshalle Hamburg

Es gibt ihn – den Ort, an dem Sie Hamburg ganz nah sein können. An dem Sie den Puls der Elbe spüren und die blauen und roten Arme der Hafenkräne schwingen sehen können. An dem Schiffe aus der ganzen Welt vorbeikommen, haushohe Wände aus Stahl. Und von dem aus Sie Ihre Blicke wandern lassen können über die Silhouette der Stadt, über die Elbphilharmonie und die Landungsbrücken, den Michel, die Kreuzfahrtriesen in den Docks.
Die Altonaer Fischauktionshalle – industriell anmutend und mit rauem Charme, eines der Wahrzeichen der Stadt Hamburg und Publikumsmagnet. Im Jahre 1896 weihte Kaiser Wilhelm II. sie feierlich ein, ein Gebäude im Stil einer römischen Basilika erbaut, rote Backsteinmauern, die ein Dachgewölbe aus Eisen und Glas tragen.