In yet another great manga collection edited and translated by Ryan Homberg, here we have six classic manga tales from the Gekiga master, Baron Yoshimoto whose hyperbolic observations of the social transformations taking place in the new post-WW II generation in Japan grab the reader's attention and don't let go. The title's of this collection's stories will give you an idea of what's in store: “Eriko’s Happiness”, “High School Brawler’s Ditty”, “Insect”, “The Gambling Stripper”, “Nostalgia”, and “The Girl and the Black Soldier”. Totaling 225 pages, these tales were originally published in Japan between 1966 and 1974. This volume also includes an 18-page illustrated essay by Holmberg, 'natch.
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