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To whoever made and also helped edit this page I have much to thank you for. Yoshihiro Tatsumi was one of my favorite cartoonists and a little bit of me is gone with his passing. Maybe its not right for me to publicly show my gratitude on the talk page, but I want to do it because I feel like this page can help bring so much people into his work, and more people discovering his work makes me happy as well, since he really didn't see the fruits of his success until his last days IMO. Thanks again. --Naisora (talk) 07:19, 18 June 2015 (UTC)
--"This is one event in a seemingly coincidental rise to worldwide popularity that Tomine relates to in his introduction to the first volume of the aforementioned series"
--"Canadian publisher Drawn and Quarterly have embarked on a project to publish an annual compendium of his works focusing each on the highlights of one year of his work (beginning with 1969)"
Someone should amend this because the project obviously fizzled out after three volumes, the last appearing in 2008 猫に小判 11:15, 4 October 2015 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 猫に小判 (talk • contribs)
- Thanks for bringing these up. I've clarified the first sentence with the rest of what he was saying in the introduction so it makes more sense and I've turned the second sentence into the past tense and noted that only 3 volumes were produced. Opencooper (talk) 12:08, 4 October 2015 (UTC)
Here are a bunch of random sources—mostly interviews—that I found while writing the articles on his works:
- Manifesto of a Comic-Book Rebel
- Tatsumi Yoshihiro, 1935-2015
- Tatsumi in Toronto (interview)
- Japan Times interview
- In Person Interview
- Tomine interview
- TCAF interview