The crude symbolic obsessions of Yoshihiro Tatsumi.
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Nostalgia, Japanese style.
Concerning the self-analysis of Alison Bechdel.
Jerusalem is the playground viewed absentmindedly for a moment through your house window, as innocuous as people dying on a television screen.
The manga biography of the crazy zen monk, Ikkyu.
EARLY TATSUMI: The Push Man and Other Stories (1969) Everyone has to start somewhere. For Yoshihiro Tatsumi and Drawn and Quarterly that beginning was the collection of short stories titled The Push Man and Other Stories, an anthology of stories dating from 1969 which was translated and published by Drawn and Quarterly in 2005 . […]