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Bambi (Manga)

Bambi (Manga)

Osamu Tezuka’s Bambi (1951) was originally published on November 10, 1951 as a stand-alone book by Tsuru Shobo. It, like Pinocchio (1952), is a more-or-less direct adaptation of a Walt Disney classic animated feature film.
Barbara (Manga)

Barbara (Manga)

One of Osamu Tezuka's most adult and sexually-charged works, Barbara (1973-74) was originally serialized as a follow-up to Ayako (1972-73) in Big Comic from July 1973 to May 1974.
Black Jack (Manga)

Black Jack (Manga)

One of Tezuka's three medical dramas, along with Ode to Kirihito (1970-71) and A Tree in the Sun (1981-86), Black Jack (1973-83) follows the adventures of Dr. Hazama Kuroo, better known by his nickname, Black Jack - an unlicensed and shadowy doctor with...
Book of Human Insects, The (Manga)

Book of Human Insects, The (Manga)

Another of Osamu Tezuka's biting social satires, The Book of Human Insects (1970-71) followed his series of short stories, known collectively as Under the Air (1968-70), and was originally serialized from May 9, 1970 to February 13, 1971 in Play Comi...
Brave Dan (Manga)

Brave Dan (Manga)

Osamu Tezuka's tale of an Ainu boy and his tiger, Brave Dan (1962) followed The White Pilot (1961-62) in Weekly Shonen Sunday, and was originally serialized from July to December 1962.
Buddha (Manga)

Buddha (Manga)

Considered one of Tezuka's last major works, Buddha was originally serialized from September 1972 to December 1983. Published by Ushio Shuppan Co., in a publication that began as Friends of Hope, and which was subsequently changed to Shonen World and...