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Osamu Tezuka (1928-1989) was one of the greatest artists in the history of mankind. He created over 700 titles of manga and is the most renowned comics artist in Japan. Here are presented his most innovative and remarkable panels, each one a masterpiece in its own right.

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Jiro Tenge comes to his home village after 23 years of absence.

From Ayako by Osamu Tezuka

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Cityscapes drawn by Osamu Tezuka

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Geez, talk about suggestions…
I guess this hen can’t handle this cock.
…Okay… So…
Jiro Tenge is not a model soldier of the Japanese military. Far from that - he’a a traitor, murderer and spy working for Americans.
He was recruited when the war was still raging. After it ended and he was released from custody the first place he went was not his home, but SCAP Headquarters.
Jiro proved to be loyal and efficient. He disposed of a body of an activist from the Democratic Party of Japan, who also happened to be his sister’s lover. But he has no idea what kind of political intrigue he was involved…
The woman from the panel above is also a spy - Japanese working for Americans. She was sent to spy on Jiro, but was exposed by him… In many ways.
Ayako by Osamu Tezuka deals not only with personal tragedy of the main character, bu also with the history of post-war resconstruction of Japan. It’s not a pleasant story for both Americans and Japanese. But still, I highly recommend it :)

Geez, talk about suggestions…

I guess this hen can’t handle this cock.

…Okay… So…

Jiro Tenge is not a model soldier of the Japanese military. Far from that - he’a a traitor, murderer and spy working for Americans.

He was recruited when the war was still raging. After it ended and he was released from custody the first place he went was not his home, but SCAP Headquarters.

Jiro proved to be loyal and efficient. He disposed of a body of an activist from the Democratic Party of Japan, who also happened to be his sister’s lover. But he has no idea what kind of political intrigue he was involved…

The woman from the panel above is also a spy - Japanese working for Americans. She was sent to spy on Jiro, but was exposed by him… In many ways.

Ayako by Osamu Tezuka deals not only with personal tragedy of the main character, bu also with the history of post-war resconstruction of Japan. It’s not a pleasant story for both Americans and Japanese. But still, I highly recommend it :)

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Like an insect larva that repeatedly molts its skin as it develops, Ayako rapidly transformed from a young girl into a fully-grown woman.

Yet she was a curious sight. You may be familiar with the glistening, unscarred, flawless skin of a newborn infant, brimming with a freshness that is unfinished. Ayako’s state was nearly identical. Without any wear or tear from enduring labor, her body in its youth and frailty harbored a purity that was beyond human, like that of a mannequin.

'Nuff Said.

Ayako by Osamu Tezuka

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Jiro Tenge (I’ve written about him already) is about to drop the corpse of his sister’s lover on the tracks to make it look like a hit-by-train accident.
Classic panel from Ayako by Osamu Tezuka.

Jiro Tenge (I’ve written about him already) is about to drop the corpse of his sister’s lover on the tracks to make it look like a hit-by-train accident.

Classic panel from Ayako by Osamu Tezuka.

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Incest love. Sin and innocence at the same time.
Ayako was locked in basement when she was four. When she turned 15 she developed an undaunted sexual interest towards her brother Shiro. They used to cohabit every time Shiro came downstairs to deliver her rations.  
The panel above depicts them in the moment after the orgasm, the so-called afterplay.
From Ayako by Osamu Tezuka

Incest love. Sin and innocence at the same time.

Ayako was locked in basement when she was four. When she turned 15 she developed an undaunted sexual interest towards her brother Shiro. They used to cohabit every time Shiro came downstairs to deliver her rations.  

The panel above depicts them in the moment after the orgasm, the so-called afterplay.

From Ayako by Osamu Tezuka

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