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I bought this book after seeing the excellent Astro Boy movie, and I have to say that it's worth every dollar.
This is a meaty, beautiful, comprehensive book of the life of one of the greatest comic artists of all time, Osamu Tezuka.
Lovers of graphic novels, designers, historians and artists will fully enjoy the well designed book and its contents.
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I bought this for my daughter and she loves it. She is a manga freak and loves Astro and all of the other characters.Published 5 months ago by Fiona
A treat for fans of Tezuka. A revelation for anyone who doesn't know who he is. Tezuka truly is the Manga Master.Published 13 months ago by Richard Rogers
Incredible book on Tezuka especially the DVD which shows you how driven he was as an artist and the conditions under which he drove himself. Read morePublished 15 months ago by George Hagenauer
I bought this as text for my art class. The children love it and take it out and refer to it often. They were particularly impressed by the fact that Disney studios stole Tezuka's... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Janet huderski
Impresionante libro, totalmente recomendado. Edición muy cuidada, materiales del libro de muy buena calidad, muy completo y a todo color. Incluye un dvd.Published 23 months ago by Kysox
The book was in perfect condition and as a fan of his work I could not be happier.
The book has tons of his work and details of hisp lifestyle it is a musthave!
It's totally worth the bargain price I paid for it. Thank you for such a great price! It deserves the full marked price.Published on December 13, 2012 by PABLO PORTILLO DELGADO
Great pictures and an interesting docummentaries about Tezuka. I bought it with a reduced price that made ir almost a gift!Published on December 7, 2012 by Alejandro Martinez Alvarez
This looks like a book on the description page right? I got this when Amazon had it on sale for 3.51, and I had to grab it. How could I not? I love Astro Boy anyway. Read morePublished on May 29, 2012 by Johnathan J. Hartel