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Sign of Hope
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Added 5/4/2006
Updated 1/23/2012
This is most likely from Unico. The airbrushing is gorgeous. We are huge Osamu Tezuka fans and owning such a marvelous shot of the Phoenix is quite exciting.

Phoenix (Hi no Tori, 1956-89). Tezuka's most profound and ambitious work, dealing with man's quest for immortality, ranging from the distant past to the far future. It consists of 12 volumes but remains unfinished even though it was his life's work. Phoenix has been filmed several times, most notably as Phoenix 2772 (1980).

Dr. Osamu Tezuka (November 3, 1928 - February 9, 1989). His prolific output and his pioneering techniques and genres earned him such titles as "the father of manga" and "the god of manga."

The distinctive "large eyes" style of Japanese animation (anime) was invented by Tezuka, who based it on cartoons of the time such as Betty Boop by Max Fleischer and Mickey Mouse by Walt Disney.

As an indication of his productivity, the Complete Manga Works of Tezuka Osamu comprises some 400 volumes, over 80,000 pages (in fact, his complete opera includes over 700 mangas in about 170,000 pages); even so, it is not quite comprehensive.

His genres are still in use today, such as the Mahou Shojo (magical girl), medical drama (play Trauma Center for the Nintendo DS and see if it's not exactly like Black Jack), the concept of a cross-dressing main character (Princess Knight) and so on.

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