Database for Animation Studies


Anime Sakka to Shite no Tezuka Osamu: Sono Kiseki to Honshitsu

The god of manga was also the man who made Japan’s first domestically produced TV anime. This study reexamines, from a holistic viewpoint, Osamu Tezuka’s influence on the entirety of Japanese animation.

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NTT Publishing Co.,Ltd.
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