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Apollo's Song


$25.00 Released June, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great art in the classic style of Tezuka. Deep and multifaceted plot with lots of variety and solid underlying themes. Good translation that captures the personalities of the characters.

The Cons:Plot might be unbearably bleak for some readers.

First released in Japan in 1970, with an official English translation and release by Vertical Inc arriving in 2007, Apollo's Song is one of the many classic graphic novels released in the time period by "God of Manga", Osamu Tezuka.

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The manga explores several scenarios ranging from a futuristic society to an isolated island, all of which have been created to teach an abused and distraught boy about the concept of love in horrifically tragic ways.

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    Great art in the classic style of Tezuka

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    Deep and multifaceted plot with lots of variety and solid underlying themes

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    Good translation that captures the personalities of the characters

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    Allegorical plot makes the book interesting on the level of a cultural study of Japan

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    Good length and genre-spanning plot lines make the book feel like a true epic

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    Plot might be unbearably bleak for some readers

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