Tezuka In English
Category: Manga

Tezuka’s Manga (T-Z)

Three-Eyed One, The (Manga)

Three-Eyed One, The (Manga)

Also known as 三つ目がとおる (Mittsume ga Toru) The Three-Eyed One  (1974-78) is, after Astro Boy  (1952-68) , Tezuka’s most popular shonen (young boy) adventure story.  Originally published in Weekly Shonen Magazine  from July 1974 to March 1978, th...
Tree in the Sun, A (Manga)

Tree in the Sun, A (Manga)

Also known as 三つ目がとおる (Mittsume ga Toru) Sometimes referred to as Tezuka's Ancestor Dr. Ryoan , Osamu Tezuka’s series A Tree in the Sun  (1981-86) was originally published in Big Comic from April 25, 1981 to December 25, 1986.  Based on the life ...
Triton of the Sea [aka Blue Triton] (Manga)

Triton of the Sea [aka Blue Triton] (Manga)

Also known as 海のトリトン (Umi no Toriton) Triton of the Sea  (1969-71) is Osamu Tezuka's take on the legend of Atlantis and was published from September 1, 1969 to December 31, 1971, in the daily Sankei Newspaper .  Originally serialized under the tit...
Twin Knights, The (Manga)

Twin Knights, The (Manga)

Also known as 双子の騎士 (Futago no Kishi) This sequel to the original Princess Knight [Shojo Club] (1953-56) was serialized in the magazine Good Friend from January 1958 to June 1959 . What it’s about The story opens years after the events ...
Unico (Manga)

Unico (Manga)

Also known as ユニコ (Yuniko) Originally serialized in Sanrio's Lyrica magazine from November 1976 to March 1979, Unico  (1976-79) is one of Tezuka's best known manga series specifically aimed at children. What it's about Unico (1976-79) tells ...
Vampires (Manga)

Vampires (Manga)

Also known as バンパイヤ (Banpaiya) A major turning point in Tezuka's work, the Vampires  (1966-69) manga series was originally published in Weekly Shonen Sunday between June 1966 to May 1967, with a sequel appearing in Shonen Book from October 1968...
Wonder 3 [aka Amazing 3] (Manga)

Wonder 3 [aka Amazing 3] (Manga)

Also known as ワンダー3 (Wanda Suri) One of Tezuka’s most well-known sci-fi adventure series, Wonder 3  (1965-66), also sometimes known as Amazing 3 , was originally published in Weekly Shonen Magazine in March and April, 1965 and then, after a shor...
Zero Men (Manga)

Zero Men (Manga)

Also known as 0マン (0 Man) Zero Men (1959-60) was Tezuka's follow-up to Dr. Thrill (1959) in Weekly Shonen Sunday , and was originally serialized from September 13, 1959 to December 11, 1960.  Much like The Adventure of Rock (1952-54) , Capt...
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