Kitaro comic strip
“THE BIRTH OF KITARO” (Comic Book Review) While comic- created Kitaro (inspired by a story card play) may not be an.
Kitaro is bestselling manga-ka Shigeru Mizuki's most famous creation. time in this lavish format, Mizuki's photo-realist landscapes and cartoony characters blend the eerie with the comic. The book is full of impressive imagery nonetheless.
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Description:The first was Onward Towards Our Noble Deaths, a semi-autobiographical comic about Japanese soldiers in a bizarre, existential crisis at the end of World War II, when it was pretty clear they were defeated: This is his signature work, the reason Mizuki is so famous, so beloved and so influential. And he is influential. So, who is Kitaro? A little boy as creepy as he is mysterious, he lives in a strange house in a swamp, hangs out in graveyards and, with the help of his vast magical powers, friendly yokai and the more macabre members of the animal kingdom like crows and bugs, he regularly helps rescue humanity from bad yokai … and, occasionally, punishes wicked humans. He has just one big, staring eye, his hair growing over his empty left eye-socket, which is where his yokai father lives, taking the form of an eyeball with a little body; he often pops out to assist Kitaro.