The Catalogue – Backyard Of Black Museum by Kazuhiro Fujita

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How was Kazuhiro Fujita’s British Empire legendary action series “The Black Museum” born? This visual book reveals the secrets of Fujita’s world, spun with meticulous historical research and boundless ideas.

It is filled with precious handwritten notes and original drawings that trace the daily creative process of each of the three works: “Springald,” “The Ghost and The Lady,” and “Mikazuki Yo, Kaibutsu to Odore.”

Additionally, it includes a conversation between the author and the editor, as well as interviews and columns by TAKAHIRO, who created the revolving sword technique – Moon Movement (Begushaya Luna) depicted in “Mikazuki” and was in charge of dance settings and choreography, and Keisaku Isono, who was responsible for military and customs research in “The Ghost and The Lady” and “Mikazuki.”

The series’ only work not included in the single volumes, “Candy Cane,” is also collected.

Pages:
256
ISBN:
9784065335215
Release Date:
February, 2024
Language:
Japanese
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Author profile

Kazuhiro Fujita

Born in Asahikawa, Hokkaido in 1964. He made his debut in a special issue of Weekly Shonen Sunday (Shogakukan) with his work “Renraku-sen Kitan,” which received an honorable mention at the 22nd Shogakukan Newcomer Comic Awards in 1989.

Starting in 1990, he began serializing his representative work “Ushio to Tora” in Weekly Shonen Sunday (Shogakukan). This work won the 37th Shogakukan Manga Award for the boys’ category in 1992 and the 28th Seiun Award for comics in 1997.

After serializing “Karakuri Circus” in the same magazine, he published mid-length works across different publishers, such as “Jagan wa Tsukiwa ni Tobu” (Shogakukan) and “The Black Museum Springald” (Kodansha).

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Weight 1001 g
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