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Minovsky May 21
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Minovsky May 21
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From the Guardian’s review of the British Museum’s Manga exhibit, Vagabond looks “too internationalised and familiar...like production drawings for Star Wars...”
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Minovsky May 21
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The crux of the Guardian’s review of the British Museum’s Manga exhibit seems to be that the museum is embarrassing itself by recognizing manga as a significant evolution of Japan’s artistic tradition. Was no one who had ever enjoyed a comic available to do this?
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mango tour 2019 Jun 6
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So does he want more Shunga? Cause Hokusai, while he had his moments, wasnt filthy. Maybe he wanted a hentai exhibit? Toshio Maeda would gladly show him some ART!!
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mango tour 2019 Jun 6
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So ever so often people ask why i am so defensive about mango... This is a good example. Dude basically points out “manga is dirty; it isnt innocent or wholesome.” This is what I see from vendors all the time. Or educators. Or parents... (cntd.)
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mango tour 2019
Thats generational mind you. People younger than me (i’m 41) generally dont have the same reaction. Manga is mango. It can be Chi’s Sweet Home or DBZ or Antique Bakery to them. But to a gatekeeper manga is often Lone Wolf or Overfiend.
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