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Tezuka y el mal

Mi historia con Tezuka comenzó viendo Astro Boy en la televisión y por aquellos entonces, según mi padre, esta serie estaba vieja de varias décadas. Esta antigüedad es toda relativa si se toma en cuenta la edad de ciertas películas de animación de Disney o la literatura con la que me he fatigado las pestañas, sin embargo, en mi edad biológica es arduo hallar una ficción anterior que marcara en tanto grado mi imaginario.  1,023 more words


Master Keaton...

–is the happiest I have been reading manga since Yotsuba&!

Naoki Urasawa, the Greatest Comic Book Artist/Writer of All Time by Nick

Comic books are going through a kind of mini renaissance in pop culture right now. There have been highs and lows for the American comic book throughout its inception, but it’s clearer than ever that they are embedded in the bedrock of this generation and are here to stay. 1,267 more words

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Master Keaton Vol. 1 (Viz Media)

Rating: 5/5 – An Unlikely Hero From One of Manga’s Best Creators.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Al Sparrow.

In our comic book world of cape-wearing superheroes, galaxy-guarding spacefarers, or grim and gritty zombie fighters, it might be difficult to fathom that one of the best books to come out in recent months has an insurance investigator as its protagonist. 535 more words



Another take on palette № 16.

Monster and the Green Children of Woolpit Comparison


The Green Children of Woolpit refers to two siblings- a boy and a girl- who were found next to a wolfpit outside the village of Woolpit in England, around the 12th century, dressed in strange clothing.

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Pluto Volume 3 Review

Pluto has been on my mind for weeks. After reading the heart-stopping third volume, I was left awestruck.

What could I possibly hope to say that could do this justice? 669 more words