OK, guys, you said on the main page that you needed info on Tezuka
manga in portuguese and I'm glad to help.
As of now, Tezuka has only been published in portuguese on Brazil. Two
brazilian publishers have published Tezuka manga:
JBC (Japan-Brazil Company) has published Princess Knight as "A Princesa e o Cavaleiro" (literally "The Princess and the Knight") about 4 years ago.
In 8 issues, each half of a japanese volume (I'm not sure whose "version"
of Princess Knight it is), very small format (4' x 6', I believe), cheap
paper, sold at newsstands. It was the very first Tezuka manga in Brazil
(and in portuguese), and reportedly sold badly. The publisher seems to
have given up on Tezuka after that.
The much better brazilian published Conrad then published Tezuka's bio
(the one done by the studios after his death, which has also been
released in France and Italy) in four volumes (book format, good paper,
sld at bookstores), about 3 years ago. It seems to have worked, since
they have started publishing Tezuka's mangas since.
Buddha was the next release (as "Buda", portuguese translation of the
name), about two years ago. Same format as the bio. It ran for about
15 volumes (not sure, will check at home) and was fairly sucessful, thus
proving that the more discerning bookstore buyers would be more
receptive to Tezuka's stuff than the newsstand buyers.
Now Conrad is publishing Adolf (same format as Buddha, also called
"Adolf"). Five volumes are planned, two have been published. I believe
they have plans for more Tezuka mangas afer that, but they clearly
aren't in a rush to publish everything Tezuka.
And that's it. Not much, huh?
Living in Portugal, I've access to the french editions and THEY seem to be
publishing every Tezuka under the sun, so I'm not paying much attention
to the brazilian editions. But I know what is being published there. If you
need help with that section of the website, I'll be glad to help!