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Okay, well I believe I have found the answer to the lightning bolt hitting the vat and spurring the creation of the neohumans issue. According to the wikipedia article, Casshern was originally an anime series which had a very different and IMO very silly plot involving transforming dogs and super-girlfriends etc. In the anime series, the main antagonist is this robot which was created by Dr. Azuma to help people but was struck by lightning and went berserk in turn vowing to destroy humanity.

I reckon that the live action movie recreates some of the key parts of the anime's story while keeping with the movie's plot; hence, the lightning bolt that triggers the creation of the neohumans.

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