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Tatsumi does not disappoint. Great story and artwork, an instant manga classic that takes us through the history of the artist, of comic book art in Japan and of the country... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Guilherme
I've read it before and I loved it I had to buy it it's story worth reading?Published 6 months ago by GodzillaMonsterFreak
I have loved everything about this book. Deeply personal semi-autobiagraphical memoir chronicling a man's passion for manga and creating them while also revealing their history. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Amazing and visceral life story told in such an unusual, and yet profound way.Published 15 months ago by Jacob
Weighing in at over 800 pages, this autobiographical manga centered on the first decade of Tatsumi's illustrious career is easily the most intimidating volume of work I own. Read morePublished 19 months ago by drqshadow
The concept of "A Drifting Life" couldn't be simpler: The life story of one of the early masters of manga, told (of course) as a manga. Read morePublished 22 months ago by VeryBadChessPlayer
"A Drifting Life" by manga great Yoshihiro Tatsumi is billed as his bildungsroman; an epic recounting of his life as an artist and writer. At times, it felt more like a diary. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Paige Turner
I love this book, it is a great historical perspective on the early 50's Manga movement. Usually I breeze through graphic novels but this is actually taking me some time to read... Read morePublished on November 17, 2013 by CanCan
Stylistically, there is not much to be said: this is a work by a master. Both the drawing and the text dance and merge so well together, over time, that this, more-than-800-pages,... Read morePublished on August 6, 2013 by Niklas Pivic