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Osamu Tezuka

Born: 1928 ● Died: 1989 ● Nationality: Japanese
Also known as: Tezuka Osamu

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About Osamu Tezuka's Art

Osamu Tezuka is considered by many to be the father of modern manga. During his lifetime, he created hundreds of comics, including Astro Boy, Black Jack, and Kimba the White Lion. His works are characterized by their dynamic artwork, their experimental storytelling, and their concern for social issues.

Tezuka's art is often compared to that of Disney animators, due to the similarities in the characters' large eyes and expressions. However, Tezuka's work is also uniquely Japanese, utilizing a variety of traditional Japanese art styles. He frequently used Japanese folk tales and myths as inspiration for his stories, and his work often includes references to Japanese history and culture.

Tezuka's work is also characterized by its use of color. He was one of the first manga artists to make extensive use of color, and his use of color was very experimental. He often used bright and contrasting colors to create a sense of energy and movement in his artwork.


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