occidental-influence-manga:

Anonymous, La Marche des femmes sur Versailles 5-6 octobre 1789, 1789, engraving (Carnavalet museum, Paris)

and

Osamu Tezuka, Ludwig B

pictureboxinc:

Out now: Osamu Tezuka’s 1948 full-color graphic novel, The Mysterious Underground Men.

The Mysterious Underground Men tells the story of Mimio the talking rabbit, as he struggles to prove his humanity while helping his friends save earth from an invasion of angry humanoid ants. While Tezuka’s New Treasure Island (1946-47) was the first major hit for the “god of manga,” the artist himself regarded this later book the first of his signature “story manga. Inspired by Bernhard Kellermann’s Der Tunnel (1913) and drawing widely on European and American science fiction, as well as Milt Gross’ own pioneering “graphic novel,” He Done Her Wrong (1930), this full-color edition of The Mysterious Underground Men will not only introduce to English-language readers a founding monument in modern Japanese comics. It will also offer a rare glimpse at the wide-ranging Western cultural sources that made up young Tezuka’s world.

fehyesvintagemanga:

Osamu Tezuka — Angel no Oka

fehyesvintagemanga:

Osamu Tezuka — Angel no Oka

classicshoujo:

Princess Knight (1953) by Osamu Tezuka

classicshoujo:

Princess Knight (1953) by Osamu Tezuka

fehyesvintagemanga:

Osamu Tezuka — Angel no Oka

fehyesvintagemanga:

Osamu Tezuka — Angel no Oka

tezuka

corporalsteiner:

手塚治虫 カラー複製原稿3枚 「ブッダ」 - まんだらけオークション

Buddha by Osamu Tezuka

classicshoujo:

Princess Knight (1953) gets a remake. Information HERE!
If you want a preview, Chapter “0” is available HERE!

classicshoujo:

Princess Knight (1953) gets a remake. Information HERE!

If you want a preview, Chapter “0” is available HERE!

tezukainenglish:

“W-what is this…?!”
Siddhartha finds out that a soul can be a tricky thing to hold on to. This existential adventure comes courtesy of Buddha (1972-83), Osamu Tezuka’s fictionalized biography of Siddhartha Gautama.
Interesting to note, Buddha (1972-83) was published by Ushio Shuppan, who originally wanted to take over publication of Phoenix (1967-88) after it was left homeless with the demise of COM in 1972.  A masterful epic, eleven years in the making… not bad of a “consolation prize”. ;)

tezukainenglish:

“W-what is this…?!”

Siddhartha finds out that a soul can be a tricky thing to hold on to. This existential adventure comes courtesy of Buddha (1972-83), Osamu Tezuka’s fictionalized biography of Siddhartha Gautama.

Interesting to note, Buddha (1972-83) was published by Ushio Shuppan, who originally wanted to take over publication of Phoenix (1967-88) after it was left homeless with the demise of COM in 1972.  A masterful epic, eleven years in the making… not bad of a “consolation prize”. ;)

zttha:

Tezuka killing himself

zttha:

Tezuka killing himself

juryrig:

samehat:

New post on SAME HAT, about the newly-announced Ryan Holmberg-edited manga series from PictureBox… with pages from the Japanese Edition of THE MYSTERIOUS UNDERGROUND MEN

I’M GONNA FLIP MY SHIT

all about this