つげ義春 「紅い花 」Tsuge Yoshiharu Akai-Hana (Deep Red Flower)

つげ義春 「紅い花 」Tsuge Yoshiharu Akai-Hana (Deep Red Flower)

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge «Screw Style» - ねじ式

Yoshiharu Tsuge «Screw Style» - ねじ式

Screw-Style - Tsuge Yoshiharu

>Screw-Style by Yoshiharu Tsuge

Screw-Style - Tsuge Yoshiharu

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge

“inu1941-1966:  Neji_Shiki  yoshiharu TSUGE 1968  ”

“inu1941-1966: Neji_Shiki yoshiharu TSUGE 1968 ”

photo by yoshiharu tsuge

photo by yoshiharu tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge

Yoshiharu Tsuge


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Kitaro / by Shigeru Mizuki. "The Kitaro series was inspired by a kamishibai, or storycard theater, entitled Kitaro of the Graveyard. Mizuki began work on his interpretation of Kitaro in 1959. Originally the series was intended for boys, but once it was picked up by the influential Shonen magazine it quickly became a cultural landmark for young and old alike. Kitaro inspired half a dozen TV shows, plus numerous video games and films, and his cultural importance cannot be overstated."

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