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British Museum Aug 20
Manga artist Tezuka Osamu is often called the ‘god of manga’. In the 1950s he created ‘Tetsuwan Atom’, known in English as ‘Astro Boy’, one of the most successful manga series of all time 🚀
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British Museum Aug 18
Don’t miss our major before it closes Monday 26 August! Under 16s go free – book tickets here:
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Pokémon UK Jun 14
It’s not every day you get to see a Pikachu at the ! Let us know if you’ve discovered any Pokémon in the museum’s ! 💛
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British Museum Aug 15
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Explore the global impact of manga in a special symposium on Friday 23 August. curator Nicole Rousmaniere will join scholars and artists from around the world to discuss the Japanese art form – find out more and book:
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British Museum Aug 24
has now sold out. The best way to see the show is to become a Member:
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British Museum Aug 22
📢 Extended hours! Our is open late for its final weekend – book tickets now:
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David Trapmore Jun 19
Amazing time visiting the Naoki Urosawa exhibition at Japan House London on Sunday. So many wonderful bits of art from my favourite mangaka. Essential for anyone even remotely interested in manga or comics
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British Museum Jul 11
Original manga drawings, or ‘genga’ drawings, are rarely shown in public. From Vagabond to Dragonball, our is a unique chance to see genga drawings on display in the UK. Curator Nicole Rousmaniere explains why genga drawings make the show so special 🎬▶
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British Museum Aug 16
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Enter a bold world of visual storytelling in our – closes 26 August! Book tickets here (under 16s go free):
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British Museum Aug 18
What’s your favourite manga? Curator Nicole Rousmaniere reveals two spectacular works she keeps coming back to 🎬▶
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British Museum Aug 9
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Discover the power of storytelling through pictures in our major . Don’t miss out – closes 26 August! Book tickets here:
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British Museum Aug 15
Find out how to bring manga drawings to life with different facial expressions – watch the full video here:
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British Museum Aug 15
Discover rare original drawings by world-famous manga artists in our major . Don’t miss out – the show closes on 26 August! Tickets selling fast, advanced booking strongly recommended:
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British Museum Aug 20
Follow in Professor Munakata’s footsteps and have your own manga adventure in the Museum! It’s your last chance to see our before it closes on Monday 26 August. Book now:
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David Trapmore May 24
Saw some absolutely amazing art at the British Museums today
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Gyunyu - Mari Lwyd artist* May 30
The Manga Exhibition at the British Museum was fantastic!
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Tess Sanders May 29
Pikachu used MangaMe so I can officially retire happy.
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Sarah Anne Williams Aug 13
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Zucchini Dumpling Jun 14
Since I probably won’t be able to see the at the British Museum in person, I at least purchased the exhibition catalogue. It’s highly recommendable for anyone interested in the production and history of manga.
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Pierrette Squires Jul 21
here I come, just waiting for my friend to arrive
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