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Fishmonger at Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 17.

No Flash sign at Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 15.

Pink Dot Waffles at Tokyo Tower - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Pink Dot Waffles at Tokyo Tower, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 9.

Becky Cloonan tries Pink Dot Waffles at Tokyo Tower - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Becky tries Pink Dot Waffles at Tokyo Tower, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 10.

Tsundere Maid Cookies at Tokyo Tower - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel


109 Buidling in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
The 109 Building, featuring fashion for juniors, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 53.

Hachiko Statue in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Hachiko the dog statue at Shibuya Station, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 54.

Conveyer belt sushi in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Kaiten zushi or conveyer belt sushi in Shibuya, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 58.

Tunnel of Masks at Mandarake Nakano Broadway- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Ben Applegate walks through a tunnel of masks at Mandarake Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 46.

Gatchapon machines at Nakano Broadway - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Gatchapon machines at Nakano Broadway, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 51.

Gake no Ue no Ponyo Movie Poster in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Gake no Ue no Ponyo poster at a Shibuya movie theater, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 57.

Video screen and ads for Ugly Betty in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Video screen and ads for Ugly Betty, near Shibuya Station, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 52.

Family Mart in Ginza, Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Family Mart in Ginza, Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 36.

Kabuki-Za theater in Ginza, Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Kabuki-Za Theater in Ginza, Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 37.

Onigiri (rice balls) in Shinagawa, Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Onigiri at a Shinagawa convenience store, Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 38.

Gigi, Queenie and Mylene at Sushizanmai sushi restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Sushizanmai restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 26.

Sushi platter at Sushizanmai sushi restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Sushizanmai restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 28.

Sushi platter at Sushizanmai sushi restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Sushizanmai restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 29.

Sushizanmai sushi restaurant near Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Sushizanmai restaurant near Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 25.

Tokyo city lights from Tokyo Tower - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
City lights view from Tokyo Tower, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 4.

Food stall near Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 24.

Konbu kelp for sale near Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 22.

Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 11.

Mushrooms and produce for sale near Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 20.

Red shrimp at Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 18.

Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 12.

Tsukiji Market in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 16.

Wasabi horseradish at Tsukiji Market auction in Tokyo - Mind Over Manga Tour 2009 - Pop Japan Travel
Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Mind Over Manga Tour 2009. Page 23.

20th Century Boys Movie Ads in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Ads for the 20th Century Boys movie, based on the manga series by Naoki Urasawa at Shibuya Station, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 55.

Neon Genesis Evangelion Slot Machine at Nakano Broadway - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Neon Genesis Evangelion slot machine at Nakano Broadway, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 50.

Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Entrance of the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 40.

Ghibli Museum in Mitama, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Exterior of the Ghibli Museum in Mitama, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 39.

Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Garden view of the Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 41.

Robot Soldier from Laputa: Castle in the Sky at Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Robot Soldier statue from Laputa: Castle in the Sky at Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 42.

Robot Soldier from Laputa: Castle in the Sky at Ghibli Museum in Mitama, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Robot Soldier statue from Laputa: Castle in the Sky at Ghibli Museum in Mitama, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 43.

Evolution of the Glico Man at Mandarake Nakano Broadway- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Evolution of the Glico Man at Mandarake Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 47.

J-pop idol magazines at Mandarake Nakano Broadway- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Ben Applegate checks out vintage Japanese pop idol magazines Mandarake Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 49.

Vintage candy wrappers at Mandarake Nakano Broadway- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Japanese candy wrappers and pop culture ephemera at Mandarake Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 48.

Manga for sale at Mandarake Nakano Broadway- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Browsing for vintage manga at Mandarake Nakano Broadway, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 45.

Nakano Station- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Nakano Station, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 44.

Bus schedule to Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Japan - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Totoro bus stop sign at Mitaka Station to Ghibli Museum in Mitaka, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 38.

An aspiring manga-ka at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
An aspiring manga-ka sketching at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 32.

Bottles of "Comic Water" at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Commemorative bottles of

Doujinshi Delivered at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Our group shows off copies of my comic book, My Cat Ming at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 24.

Hello Kitty cookies at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Hello Kitty cookies at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 34.

Inokashira Park, Mitaka - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Inokashira Park in Mitaka, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 37.

Printed Doujinshi at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A box full of my comic book, My Cat Ming at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 23.

Printers Delivery at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Printers deliver doujinshi orders at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 22.

Manga Artist Kaimu Tachibana Autograph Session - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Manga artist Kaimu Tachibana signs copies of one of her books at her Q & A session, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 36.

Manga Artist Kaimu Tachibana - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Manga artist Kaimu Tachibana at her Q & A session, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 35.

Socializing at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Buyers and browsers arrive at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 30.

Takoyaki Vendor at Chofu Fireworks Festival, Tokyo - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A takoyaki (octopus dumpling) vendor at the Chofu Fireworks Festival, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 16.

Yakisoba Vendor at Chofu Fireworks Festival, Tokyo - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A yakisoba (fried noodle) vendor at the Chofu Fireworks Festival, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 17.

Exhibitors at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
An artist sets up his table at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 27.

Exhibitors at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
An artist sets up his table at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 25.

Exhibitors setting up at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Artists sets up their tables at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 28.

Code Geass billboard in Akihabara - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Billboard advertising new Code Geass anime DVD on Chuo-dori in Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 3.

Tokyo Big Sight at Odaiba, Tokyo - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 19.

Tokyo Big Sight at Odaiba, Tokyo - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 20.

Buyers and browsers at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Buyers and browsers arrive at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 26.

Fried Manju at Asakusa - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Nakamise-dori, the pedestrian walkway before the Asakusa Kannon Temple offered many traditional and untraditional snacks, including these deep-fried manju or red bean cakes. From Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 8.

Bata Jaga Vendor at Chofu Fireworks Festival- Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A bata jaga (buttered potato) vendor at the Chofu Fireworks Festival, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 15.

Poster for Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Commemorative poster for Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 18.

Exhibitors at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A charming tableau at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 29.

Exhibitors selling hand-sewn kerchiefs at Comitia 85 at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Artists set up their tables at Comitia 85, held at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 31.

Detroit Metal City Movie Ads in Shibuya - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Tower Records ad for the Detroit Metal City movie starring Kenichi Matsuyama,, based on the manga series by Kiminori Wakasugi at Shibuya Station, from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 56.

Doraemon manju at Tokyo Big Sight - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Doraemon manju at Tokyo Big Sight convention center at Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 33.

Ginza at night - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Ginza lights at night, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008.

Collectible Kaiju Monster Figures at Mandarake - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A colorful (and pricey) selection of kaiju monster toys at Mandarake Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 2.

Asakusa Senso-ji Temple - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Kaminarimon or the Thunder Gate fronting the path to Asakusa Kannon Temple was a popular spot to take a souvenir photo. From Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 6.

Stores in Akihabara - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
One of the many electronics and collectibles shops in Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 5.

Nakamise-dori at Asakusa - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
Nakamise-dori, the pedestrian walkway before the Asakusa Kannon Temple was filled with shops and food vendors, both traditional and new. From Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 7.

Asakusa Sensoji Temple - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
After washing their hands and waving incense smoke over themselves, the faithful as well as the merely curious visit Asakusa's Sensō-ji Temple. From Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 9.

Adult Manga at Tora no Ana, Akihabara - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour 2008
A fan browses through the selection of adult manga in the basement of the Akihabara branch of Tora no Ana (Tiger's Den), Tokyo, Japan from Pop Japan Travel's Mind Over Manga Tour 2008. Page 4.

Teppei Koike in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures
Teppei Koike as Atsushi Otani in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures. Love*Com is a live-action Japanese romantic comedy movie based on the shojo manga series by Aya Nakahara. Page 12.

Teppei Koike - Love*Com Movie
Teppei Koike as Atsushi Otani in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 8.

Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike - Love*Com Movie
Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 2.

Yusuke Yamazaki, Nami Tamaki, Risa Kudo and Hiro Mizushima - Love*Com Movie
Heikichi, Nobuko, Chiharu and Ryoji try to figure out Atsushi and Risa's relationship in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 7.

Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike - Love*Com Movie
Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 4.

Love*Com (Lovely Complex) Movie DVD (US) from VIZ Pictures
Love*Com (Lovely Complex) movie DVD cover from VIZ Pictures. Love*Com is a live-action Japanese romantic comedy movie based on the shojo manga series by Aya Nakahara, starring Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike

Ema Fujisawa and Teppei Koike - Love*Com Movie
Ema Fujisawa as Risa Koizumi and Teppei Koike as Atsushi Otani in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 6.

Shosuke Tanihara in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures
Shosuke Tanihara as Mr. Maitake in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures. Love*Com is a live-action Japanese romantic comedy movie based on the shojo manga series by Aya Nakahara. Page 11.

Ema Fujisawa - Love*Com Movie
Ema Fujisawa in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 5.

Ema Fujisawa and Shizuyo Yamazaki - Love*Com Movie
Ema Fujisawa as Risa Koizumi and Shizuyo Yamazaki as Rie Koizumi in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 3.

Ema Fujisawa in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures
Ema Fujisawa as Risa Koizumi in Love*Com (Lovely Complex) from VIZ Pictures. Love*Com is a live-action Japanese romantic comedy movie based on the shojo manga series by Aya Nakahara. Page 10.

Shosuke Tanihara - Love*Com Movie
Shosuke Tanihara in Love*Com, a Japanese romantic comedy from VIZ Pictures. Page 9.

Convenience Store Ika - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour - Summer 2008
Package of ika (squid) at the convenience store, from Pop Japan Travel 2008 Mind Over Manga Tour. Page 13.

New Days Convenience Store - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour - Summer 2008
Morning at the New Days Convenience Mart from Pop Japan Travel 2008 Mind Over Manga Tour. Page 12.

Tokyo Tower view - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour - Summer 2008
View of Tokyo Tower from Hotel Pacific Shinagawa, Pop Japan Travel 2008 Mind Over Manga Tour. Page 10.

Cell phone user - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour - Summer 2008
A Japanese woman using her ever-present keitai, or cell phone from Pop Japan Travel 2008 Mind Over Manga Tour. Page 11.

Yakitori platter - Pop Japan Travel Mind Over Manga Tour - Summer 2008
Yakitori platter from Pop Japan Travel 2008 Mind Over Manga Tour. Page 14.

FreshMen from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Fresh Men by Yuya
FreshMen by Yuya, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 29.

Future Lovers by Saika Kunieda - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Future Lovers Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Future Lovers by Saika Kunieda, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 23.

Hanky Panky from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Fresh Men by Koreaki Kamuro
Hanky Panky by Koreaki Kamuro, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 30.

Hitohira Volume 1 from Aurora Publishing - Hitohira Volume 1 by Izumi Kirino
Hitohira Volume 1 by Izumi Kirino, a shojo manga series published by Aurora Publishing. Page 27.

Lovers and Souls from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Lovers and Souls by Kano Miyamoto
Lovers and Souls by Kano Miyamoto, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 28.

Maid in Heaven from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Maid in Heaven by Kano Miyamoto
Maid in Heaven by Kano Miyamoto, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 26.

Object of Desire from LuvLuv Press / Aurora Publishing - Object of Desire by Tomoko Noguchi
Object of Desire by Tomoko Noguchi, a josei manga series published by LuvLuv Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 32.

Red Blinds the Foolish from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Red Blinds the Foolish by est em
Red Blinds the Foolish by est em, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 31.

Ruff Love from Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Ruff Love by Tamaki Kirishima
Ruff Love by Tamaki Kirishima, a yaoi manga one-shot published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 25.

A Wise Man Sleeps Volume 1 by Mick Takeuchi - A Wise Man Sleeps Vol. 1 Go! Comi Manga
A Wise Man Sleeps Volume 1 by Mick Takeuchi, published by Go! Comi. Page 2.

Bogle Volume 1 by Shino Taira and Yuko Ichiju – Bogle Vol. 1 from Go! Comi Manga
Bogle Volume 1 by Shino Taira and Yuko Ichiju, published by Go! Comi / Go! Comi. Page 8.

Cy Believers Volume 1 by Shioko Mizuki – Cy-Believers Vol. 1 from Go! Comi
Cy-Believers Volume 1 by Shioko Mizuki, published by Go! Comi. Page 3.

Kamisama Kazoku Volume 1 by Yoshikazu Kuwashima and Tapari – Kamisama Kazoku Vol. 1 from Go! Comi Manga
Kamisama Kazoku Volume 1 by Yoshikazu Kuwashima and Tapari, published by Go! Comi. Page 5.

King of the Lamp by Takako Shigematsu - King of the Lamp Go! Comi Manga
King of the Lamp Volume 1 by Takako Shigematsu, published by Go! Comi / Go! Comi

Kurogane Communication Volume 1 by Tomomase Takuma – Kurogane Communication from Go! Comi
Kurogane Communication Volume 1 by Tomomase Takuma, published by Go! Comi. Page 6.

Song of the Hanging Sky Volume 1 by Toriko Gin from Go! Comi Manga
Song of the Hanging Sky Volume 1 by Toriko Gin, a shojo manga series published by Go! Comi. Page 10.

Ultimate Venus Volume 1 by Takako Shigematsu – Ultimate Venus Vol. 1 from Go! Comi Manga
Ultimate Venus Volume 1 by Takako Shigematsu, a shojo manga romantic comedy published by Go! Comi. Page 4.

Yggdrasil Volume 1 by Lay Mutsuki – Yggdrasil Vol. 1 from Go! Comi Manga
Yggdrasil Volume 1 by Lay Mutsuki, published by Go! Comi. Page 7.

Kaze no Hana Volume 1 by Ushio Mizta, Akiyoshi Ohta - Yen Press
Kaze no Hana Volume 1 by Ushio Mizta, Akiyoshi Ohta, a shonen manga series published by Yen Press. Page 11.

Kieli Volume 1 by Yukako Kabei, Shiori Teshirogi - Yen Press
Kieli Volume 1 by Yukako Kabei, Shiori Teshirogi, a shonen manga series published by Yen Press. Page 10.

Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 2 by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno - Yen Press
Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 2 by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno, a shonen manga series published by Yen Press. Page 9.

Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 3 by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno - Yen Press
Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 3 by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno, a shonen manga series published by Yen Press. Page 12.

Sundome Volume 1 - Manga by Kazuto Okada
Cover artwork for Sundome Volume 1 manga graphic novel by Kazuto Okada, published by Yen Press / AKITA SHOTEN. Page 8.

The World of Quest Volume 1 - Graphic Novel by Jason T. Kruse
Cover artwork for The World of Quest Volume 1, a graphic novel for kids by Jason T. Kruse published by Yen Press. Page 5.

Three in Love Volume 1 by Shioko Mizuki from Go! Comi Manga
Three in Love Volume 1 by Shioko Mizuki, a shojo manga series published by Go! Comi. Page 9.

Flock of Angels Volume 1 by Shoko Hamada
Flock of Angels Volume 1 by Shoko Hamada, published by Aurora Publishing. Page 3.

Hate to Love You Volume 1 by Makoto Tateno
Hate to Love You Volume 1 by Makoto Tateno. Page 4.

Heavenly Body by Takashi Kanzaki - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Heavenly Body Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Heavenly Body by Takashi Kanzaki, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 21.

I Shall Never Return Volume 1 by Kazuna Uchida
I Shall Never Return Volume 1 by Kazuna Uchida. Page 6.

Kiss All The Boys Volume 1 by Shiuko Kano - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Kiss All The Boys Volume 1 Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Kiss All The Boys Volume 1 by Shiuko Kano, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 11.

Love For Dessert by Hana Aoi - Love For Dessert Manga - Josei Manga
Cover artwork for Love For Dessert josei manga by Hana Aoi, published by Luv Luv / Aurora Publishing. Page 15.

Make Love & Peace Volume 1 by Takane Yonetani - Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing - Make Love & Peace Volume 1 josei manga
Cover artwork for Make Love & Peace Volume 1 by Takane Yonetani, published by Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 22.

Mister Mistress Volume 1 by Rize Shinba - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Mister Mistress Volume 1 yaoi manga
Cover artwork for Mister Mistress Volume 1 by Rize Shinba, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 18.

Nightmares for Sale Volume 1 by Kaoru Ohashi
Nightmares for Sale Volume 1 by Kaoru Ohashi, a shojo manga series published by Aurora Publishing. Page 2.

Oh My God! Volume 1 by Natsuho Shino - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Oh My God! Volume 1 yaoi manga
Cover artwork for Oh My God! Volume 1 by Natsuho Shino, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 17.

Real Love by Mitsuki Oda - Real Love Manga - Josei Manga
Cover artwork for Real Love josei manga by Mitsuki Oda, published by Luv Luv / Aurora Publishing. Page 8.

Say Please by Miyamoto Kano - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Say Please Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Say Please by Miyamoto Kano, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 14.

Seduce Me After The Show by est em - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Seduce Me After The Show Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Seduce Me After The Show yaoi manga by est em, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 13.

Sounds of Love Volume 1 by Rin Tanaka - Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing - Sounds of Love Volume 1 josei manga
Cover artwork for Sounds of Love Volume 1 by Rin Tanaka, published by Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 24.

Spring Fever Volume 1 by Yugi Yamada
Spring Fever Volume 1 by Yugi Yamada, published by Deux Press. Page 5.

Tomcats Volume 1 by Mashiro Minamino - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Tomcats Volume 1 yaoi manga
Cover artwork for Tomcats Volume 1 by Mashiro Minamino, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 16.

Tough Love Baby by Shiuko Kano - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Tough Love Baby yaoi manga
Cover artwork for Tough Love Baby by Shiuko Kano, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 10.

Two of Hearts by Miyamoto Kano - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Two of Hearts Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Two of Hearts by Miyamoto Kano, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 20.

Voices of Love by Kanae Hazuki - Voices of Love Manga - Josei Manga
Cover artwork for Voices of Love josei manga by Kanae Hazuki, published by Luv Luv / Aurora Publishing. Page 7.

Yakuza in Love Volume 1 by Shiuko Kano - Deux Press / Aurora Publishing - Yakuza in Love Volume 1 Yaoi Manga
Cover artwork for Yakuza in Love Volume 1 by Shiuko Kano, published by Deux Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 9.

Nephilim Volume 1 by Anna Hanamaki - Aurora Publishing - Nephilim Volume 1 josei manga
Cover artwork for Nephilim Volume 1 by Anna Hanamaki, published by Aurora Publishing. Page 12.

Pretty Poison Volume 1 by Yutta Narukami - Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing - Pretty Poison Volume 1 josei manga
Cover artwork for Pretty Poison Volume 1 by Yutta Narukami, published by Luv Luv Press / Aurora Publishing. Page 19.

Walking Butterfly Volume 1 by Chihiro Tamaki
Walking Butterfly Volume 1 by Chihiro Tamaki, published by Aurora Publishing

Aurora Publishing New and Upcoming Manga Releases - LuvLuv and Deux Press 2007 - 2008
Gallery of new and upcoming graphic novel releases of yaoi, josei and shojo manga titles from Aurora Publishing, Deux Press and Luv Luv Press for 2007 - 2008.

Aurora Publishing New and Upcoming Manga Releases - LuvLuv and Deux Press 2007 - 2008
Gallery of new and upcoming graphic novel releases of yaoi, josei and shojo manga titles from Aurora Publishing, Deux Press and Luv Luv Press for 2007 - 2008.

Aurora Publishing New and Upcoming Manga Releases - LuvLuv and Deux Press 2007 - 2008
Gallery of new and upcoming graphic novel releases of yaoi, josei and shojo manga titles from Aurora Publishing, Deux Press and Luv Luv Press for 2007 - 2008.

How to Read Manga Without Going Broke - About Manga
Buying manga can be a costly habit, but there are several ways to enjoy your favorite graphic novels without going broke. Try these 15 money-saving tips and tricks to finding cheap, free or discounted manga deals, ways to trade your unwanted manga, and a few words about scanlations.

How to Read Manga Without Going Broke - About Manga
Buying manga can be a costly habit, but there are several ways to enjoy your favorite graphic novels without going broke. Try these 15 money-saving tips and tricks to finding cheap, free or discounted manga deals, ways to trade your unwanted manga, and a few words about scanlations.

Horror Manga: Creepy Comics & Gruesome Graphic Novels
From the slightly spooky tales of Muhyo and Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation to the gory and disturbing Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show, get a peek into the spectrum of spooky manga from Japan's creepiest creators. See a recommended reading list of horror manga titles, featuring classic, new releases, popular, bestselling and outstanding manga that are worth your time and $10.

Horror Manga: Creepy Comics & Gruesome Graphic Novels
From the slightly spooky tales of Muhyo and Roji's Bureau of Supernatural Investigation to the gory and disturbing Mr. Arashi's Amazing Freak Show, get a peek into the spectrum of spooky manga from Japan's creepiest creators. See a recommended reading list of horror manga titles, featuring classic, new releases, popular, bestselling and outstanding manga that are worth your time and $10.

25 Manga Milestones: 2000 - 2009 - About Manga
See a list of the top 25 manga milestones and news stories that shaped the U.S. manga publishing business in the last decade, from 2000 - 2009. The first decade of the 21st century saw explosive growth of manga in America, as well as some of its growing pains, like the demise of print anthology magazines and the closure of more than a few companies. Check out my picks for the news stories that shaped this decade of manga in America.

25 Manga Milestones: 2000 - 2009 - About Manga
See a list of the top 25 manga milestones and news stories that shaped the U.S. manga publishing business in the last decade, from 2000 - 2009. The first decade of the 21st century saw explosive growth of manga in America, as well as some of its growing pains, like the demise of print anthology magazines and the closure of more than a few companies. Check out my picks for the news stories that shaped this decade of manga in America.

25 Manga Milestones: 2000 - 2009 - About Manga
See a list of the top 25 manga milestones and news stories that shaped the U.S. manga publishing business in the last decade, from 2000 - 2009. The first decade of the 21st century saw explosive growth of manga in America, as well as some of its growing pains, like the demise of print anthology magazines and the closure of more than a few companies. Check out my picks for the news stories that shaped this decade of manga in America.

Tomodachi, Takako Tokiwa and Nobuyuki Inuma at New People Opening - 20th Century Boys Film Premiere - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
The stars of Twentieth Century Boys Tomodachi, actress Takako Tokiwa arrive at the opening of the New People Center. Page 17.

6% Doki Doki boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Whimsical Harajuku hyper-cute fashion on display at the 6% Doki Doki boutique on the 2nd floor at New People. Page 23.

Yoshitaka Amano Art Exhibit Deva Loka USA - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Several paintings and a sculpture by Yoshitaka Amano at SuperFrog Gallery in New People Center. Page 18.

Baby the Stars Shine Bright clothing at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Styles from Baby the Stars Shine Bright and Alice and the Pirates were featured in their 2nd floor boutique at New People. Page 25.

Baby the Stars Shine Bright boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Styles from Baby the Stars Shine Bright and Alice and the Pirates were featured in their 2nd floor boutique at New People. Page 24.

Noodles Live - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese rock band Noodles perform at the MTV Iggy stage at the J-Pop Summit Featival, New People Center. Page 31.

Mini Car Record Player at New People: The Shop Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
A mini-car record player on display at New People: The Shop in New People. Page 26.

Cupcake and candy accessories at New People: The Shop Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Cupcake and candy accessories on display at New People: The Shop in New People. Page 27.

Lucha Libre figure at New People: The Shop Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Lucha libre (Mexican wrestling) figures on display at New People: The Shop in New People. Page 20.

Tabi shoes at the Sou Sou boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Tabi sneakers and antiques on display at the Sou Sou boutique in New People. Page 29.

Kumiko Kido at the Sou Sou boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Kumiko Kido shows off some hand-painted sneakers at the Sou Sou boutique in New People. Page 28.

Misaki and Kumiko Kido at the Sou Sou boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
VIZ Media Editor Misaki Kido and her mom Kumiko Kido at the Sou Sou boutique in New People. Page 19.

Tomodachi and Takako Tokiwa at New People Opening - 20th Century Boys Film Premiere - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
The stars of Twentieth Century Boys Tomodachi, actress Takako Tokiwa arrive at the opening of the New People Center. Page 5.

Lolitas Anticipate New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
A crowd of Lolita fashionistas anticipate the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 2.

Aimee Major Steinberger at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Aimee Major Steinberger at the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 30.

Yoshitaka Amano - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Artist Yoshitaka Amano watches the first visitors arrive at the New People Center under the watchful eye of one of his paintings. Page 9.

Patrick Macias and Yoshitaka Amano - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Otaku USA Editor-in-Chief Patrick Macias interviews artist Yoshitaka Amano at the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 11.

Black Peace Now clothing at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Three outfits featured at the Black Peace Now boutique at New People Center. Page 22.

Black Peace Now boutique at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Customers browse the racks at the new Black Peace Now boutique on the Second Floor of the New People Center. Page 21.

Baby The Stars Shine Bright Crowd at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
A crowd of eager customers clamor for clothes at the opening of the Baby the Stars Shine Bright boutique in New People Center. Page 10.

First Customers at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
The first customers rush into the New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 8.

Line of Lolitas at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
A crowd of Lolita fashionistas anticipate the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 4.

J-Pop Summit Poster by Yuichi Yokoyama - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 Poster by Yuichi Yokoyama, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco

Ribbon Cutting at New People Opening - 20th Century Boys Film Premiere - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Tomodachi, actress Takako Tokiwa, Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, Consul General Yasumasa Nagamine and VIZ Pictures President Seiji Horibuchi. Page 7.

Kagami-wari at New People Opening - 20th Century Boys Film Premiere - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
VIZ Pictures President Seiji Horibuchi, Japan Society President Dana Lewis, Tomodachi, actress Takako Tokiwa and Paul Osaki crack open a barrel of sake. Page 6.

Three Sweet Lolitas at New People Opening - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Three sweet Lolitas anticipate the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 3.

Yuichi Yokoyama Draws - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese artist Yuichi Yokoyama draws a picture for a fan at the J-Pop Summit, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 15.

Yuichi Yokoyama Paints - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese artist Yuichi Yokoyama paints a mural on Post Street at the J-Pop Summit, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 13.

Yuichi Yokoyama Paints- J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese artist Yuichi Yokoyama paints a mural on Post Street at the J-Pop Summit, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 12.

Yuichi Yokoyama Draws - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese artist Yuichi Yokoyama draws a picture for a fan at the J-Pop Summit, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 14.

Yuichi Yokoyama - J-Pop Summit Festival 2009 - New People Center, San Francisco Japantown
Japanese artist Yuichi Yokoyama at the J-Pop Summit, celebrating the opening of New People Center in Japantown San Francisco. Page 16.

Blast Live - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima, Tomomi Maruyama, Kenichi Matsuyama and Hiroki Narimiya in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 17.

Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 2.

Aoi Miyazaki and Mika Nakashima - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Aoi Miyazaki and Mika Nakashima in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki.

Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren Honjo - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren Honjo in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 15.

Kenichi Matsuyama as Shin - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Kenichi Matsuyama as Shin in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 16.

Nana O., The Black Stones and Nana K. - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Tomomi Maruyama as Yasu, Kenichi Matsuyama as Shin, Aoi Miyazaki as Nana K., Mika Nakashima as Nana O. and Hiroki Narimiya as Nobu in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 10.

Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 5.

Mika Nakashima as Nana and Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 9.

Hiroki Narimiya, Tomomi Maruyama, Aoi Miyazaki, Kenichi Matsuyama - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
The Black Stones and Nana Komatsu chat after a gig in this scene from Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures, a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 7.

Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 4.

Mika Nakashima and Hiroki Narimiya - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Hiroki Narimiya as Nobu jam in apartment 707 in a scene from Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures, a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 6.

Mika Nakashima and Ryuhei Matsuda - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 3.

Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki - Nana Movie
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu in Nana, a Japanese rock and roll romance from VIZ Pictures. Page 13.

Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 11.

Tomomi Maruyama as Yasu - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Tomomi Maruyama as Yasu, the drummer for The Black Stones in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 14.

Black Lagoon Volume 1 by Rei Hiroe - VIZ Media Manga
Black Lagoon by Rei Hiroe, a seinen manga series published by VIZ Media Manga. Page 28.

Captive Hearts Volume 1 by Matsuri Hino - Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media
Captive Hearts Volume 1 by Matsuri Hino, a shojo manga series published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 33.

NORA: The Last Chronicle of Devildom Volume 1 by Kazunari Kakei - Shonen Jump Advanced Manga / VIZ Media
NORA: The Last Chronicle of Devildom Volume 1 by Kazunari Kakei, a shonen manga series published by Shonen Jump Advanced Manga / VIZ Media. Page 31.

Solanin by Asano Inio - VIZ Media Manga
Solanin by Asano Inio, a josei manga series published by VIZ Media Manga. Page 32.

Wanted by Matsuri Hino - Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media
Wanted by Matsuri Hino, a shojo manga series published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 29.

The Black Stones Live - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Aoi Miyazaki as Nana Komatsu in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 12.

Mika Nakashima as Nana and Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren - Nana Movie from VIZ Pictures
Mika Nakashima as Nana Osaki and Ryuhei Matsuda as Ren in Nana, the movie from VIZ Pictures. Nana is a live-action Japanese romantic rock and roll movie based on the shojo manga series by Ai Yazawa, starring Mika Nakashima and Aoi Miyazaki. Page 8.

Mixed Vegetables Volume 1 by Ayumi Komura - Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media
Mixed Vegetables Volume 1 by Ayumi Komura, a shojo manga series published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 30.

One-Pound Gospel Volume 1 by Rumiko Takahashi - VIZ Media Manga / VIZ Media
One-Pound Gospel Volume 1 by Rumiko Takahashi, a shonen manga series published by Shonen Jump Manga / VIZ Media. Page 19.

Takehiko Inoue and Andy Nakatani at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond, with VIZ Media editor and translator Andy Nakatani at Books Kinokuniya New York City. Page 15.

Display of Real manga by Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Display of Real, a sports manga series by Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya New York City that will be released in the U.S. by VIZ Media in 2008. Page 16.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 13.

Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond at Books Kinokuniya New York City. Page 14.

B.O.D.Y. Volume 1 by Ao Mimori – B.O.D.Y. Shojo Beat Manga
Fairy Cube Volume 1 by Ao Mimori, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 14.

Be With You (Manga) by Takuji Ichikawa, Sai Kawashima and Yoko Iino – Be With You Shojo Beat Manga
Be With You by Takuji Ichikawa, Sai Kawashima and Yoko Iino, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 6.

COWA! by Akira Toriyama - Shonen Jump Manga
COWA! by Akira Toriyama, a shonen manga series published by Shonen Jump Manga / VIZ Media. Page 22.

Cat Eyed Boy Volume 1 by Kazuo Umezu - VIZ Signature Manga
Cat Eyed Boy Volume 1 by Kazuo Umezu, published by VIZ Signature Manga / VIZ Media. Page 21.

Dragon Ball Volume 1 by Akira Toriyama – Dragon Ball VIZ Big Manga
Dragon Ball Volume 1 by Akira Toriyama, published by Shonen Jump / VIZ Big. Page 15.

Dragon Ball Z Volume 1 by Akira Toriyama – Dragon Ball Z VIZ Big Manga
Dragon Ball Z Volume 1 by Akira Toriyama, published by Shonen Jump / VIZ Big. Page 16.

Fairy Cube Volume 1 by Kaori Yuki – Fairy Cube Shojo Beat Manga
Fairy Cube Volume 1 by Kaori Yuki, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 13.

The Record of a Fallen Vampire Volume 1 by Kyo Shirodaira and Yuri Kimura – The Record of a Fallen Vampire Manga VIZ Media
The Record of a Fallen Vampire Volume 1 by Kyo Shirodaira and Yuri Kimura, published by VIZ Media. Page 17.

Gimmick! Volume 1 by Youzaburou Kanari, Kuroko Yabuguchi - VIZ Media Manga
Gimmick! Volume 1 by Youzaburou Kanari, Kuroko Yabuguchi, published by VIZ Media Manga / VIZ Media. Page 20.

Gun Blaze West Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki – Gun Blaze West Vol. 1 Shonen Jump Advanced Manga
Gun Blaze West Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki, published by Shonen Jump Advanced / VIZ Media

Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time Volume 1 by Tohko Mizuno – Haruka Shojo Beat Manga
Haruka: Beyond the Stream of Time Volume 1 by Tohko Mizuno, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 11.

High School Debut Volume 1 by Kazune Kawahara - High School Debut Vol. 1 Shojo Beat Manga
High School Debut Volume 1 by Kazune Kawahara, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 2.

Honey & Clover Volume 1 by Chica Umino – Honey and Clover Shojo Beat Manga
Honey & Clover Volume 1 by Chica Umino, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 8.

ION by Arina Tanemura – I-O-N Shojo Beat Manga
ION by Arina Tanemura, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 10.

Monkey High! Volume 1 by Shouko Akira – Monkey High! Volume 1 Shojo Beat Manga
Monkey High! Volume 1 by Shouko Akira, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 7.

Nightmare Inspector: Yumekui Kenbun Volume 1 by Shin Mashiba – Nightmare Inspector Manga VIZ Media
Nightmare Inspector: Yumekui Kenbun Volume 1 by Shin Mashiba, published by VIZ Media. Page 12.

Ral Omega Grad by Tsuneo Takano and Takeshi Obata – Ral Grad Vol. 1 Shonen Jump Advanced Manga
Ral Omega Grad Volume 1 by Tsuneo Takano and Takeshi Obata, published by Shonen Jump Advanced / VIZ Media. Page 5.

Real Volume 1 by Takehiko Inoue - VIZ Signature Manga
Real Volume 1 by Takehiko Inoue, a seinen manga series published by VIZ Signature Manga / VIZ Media. Page 24.

Rosario + Vampire Volume 1 by Akihisa Ikeda – Rosario + Vampire Shonen Jump Advanced Manga
Rosario + Vampire Volume 1 by Akihisa Ikeda, published by Shonen Jump Advanced / VIZ Media. Page 18.

Rurouni Kenshin Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki – Rurouni Kenshin VIZ Big Manga
Rurouni Kenshin Volume 1 by Nobuhiro Watsuki, published by Shonen Jump / VIZ Big. Page 4.

Sand Chronicles Volume 1 by Hinako Ashihara - Sand Chronicles Vol. 1 Shojo Beat Manga
Sand Chronicles Volume 1 by Hinako Ashihara, published by Shojo Beat / VIZ Media. Page 3.

Short Tempered Melancholic by Arina Tanemura - Shojo Beat Manga
Short Tempered Melancholic by Arina Tanemura, published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 25.

Slam Dunk Volume 1 by Takehiko Inoue - Shonen Jump Manga
Slam Dunk Volume 1 by Takehiko Inoue, a shonen manga series published by Shonen Jump Manga / VIZ Media. Page 27.

Sugar Princess Volume 1 by Hisaya Nakajo - Shojo Beat Manga
Sugar Princess Volume 1 by Hisaya Nakajo, published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 26.

Switch Volume 1 by naked ape – Switch manga VIZ Media
Switch Volume 1 by naked ape, published by VIZ Media. Page 9.

Time Stranger Kyoko Volume 1 by Arina Tanemura - Shojo Beat Manga
Time Stranger Kyoko Volume 1 by Arina Tanemura, published by Shojo Beat Manga / VIZ Media. Page 23.

Crime and Punishment (Tsumi to Batsu) by Osamu Tezuka
Color cover artwork for Crime and Punishment, adapted by Osamu Tezuka. Page 4.

Human Metamorphosis (Ningen konchuki) by Osamu Tezuka
Title page for Human Metamorphosis by Osamu Tezuka. Page 5.

Jungle Emperor (Jungle Taitei) by Osamu Tezuka
Color title page for Jungle Emperor by Osamu Tezuka. Page 6.

Phoenix (Hi no Tori) by Osamu Tezuka
Cover artwork for Phoenix (Hi no Tori) by Osamu Tezuka. Page 7.

Princess Knight (Ribon no Kishi) by Osamu Tezuka
Title page for Princess Knight (Ribon no Kishi) by Osamu Tezuka. Page 8.

Wonder 3 (Wanda suri) by Osamu Tezuka
Title page for Wonder 3 by Osamu Tezuka. Page 9.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 6.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 4.

Takehiko Inoue and Marc Weidenbaum at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond with Marc Weidenbaum, Editor-in-Chief for Shonen Jump and VIZ Media Vice President, Magazines at Books Kinokuniya New York City. Page 12.

Display of manga and artbooks by Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Display of manga by Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya New York City, including Vagabond, Real, and his two art books, Sumi and Water. Page 2.

Close-up of Takehiko Inoue mural
Portrait of Miyamoto Musashi by Takehiko Inoue, manga creator of Vagabond, at Books Kinokuniya NYC. Page 5.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Demonstrating his remarkable skill and speed, manga artist Takehiko Inoue completed his mural in front of an appreciative crowd at Books Kinokuniya's Bryant Park store in New York City. Page 7.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 3.

Takehiko Inoue painting at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 11.

Takehiko Inoue painting at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 9.

Takehiko Inoue mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 10.

Takehiko Inoue painting a mural at Kinokuniya NYC
Takehiko Inoue, manga artist and creator of Slam Dunk and Vagabond completes his mural at Books Kinokuniya Bryant Park in New York City. Page 8.

Vagabond manga poster at Books Kinokuniya NYC
Poster promoting Vagabond by Takehiko Inoue at Books Kinokuniya's 2nd floor manga section

Astro Boy (Tetsuwan Atom) by Osamu Tezuka
Astro Boy (Tetsuwan Atom) Title page for

Astro Boy (Tetsuwan Atom) "Roboids" title page
Astro Boy (Tetsuwan Atom) title page from Roboids, 1965. Color artwork by Osamu Tezuka, copyright Tezuka Productions. Part of the exhibit

Black Jack cover artwork by Osamu Tezuka
Color cover artwork for Black Jack by Osamu Tezuka. Tezuka Productions. Page 3.

Lincy Chan Demonstrates Manga Studio at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Lincy Chan Demonstrates Manga Studio at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco. Page 18.

Sergio Aragones at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Sergio Aragones at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco. Page 6.

Robert Beerbohm Comic Art at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Comics dealer Robert Beerbohm shows off two rare finds: a Katzenjammer Kids comic book from 1905 and the first Popeye comic book from 1931. Page 5.

Welcome Banner at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
A large banner welcomes visitors to Wondercon 2008 at San Francisco's Moscone Center South. Page 2.

Bleach Cosplay at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco - Ulquiorra, Rangiku, Grimmjow and Nanao Cosplay
Bleach cosplayers pay tribute to their favorite soul reapers Lieutenants Nanao Ise and Rangiku Matsumoto and Arrancars Ulquiorra Schiffer and Grimmjow Jeagerjaques. Page 4.

CBLDF Benefit Artwork at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Autographed artwork by Neil Gaiman, Frank Miller, Jeff Smith and Terry Moore on sale to benefit the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund at WonderCon 2008. Page 12.

Michael Chabon, Thomas Yeates, Steve Lieber, at WonderCon 2008
The Escapists author and creators Michael Chabon, Thomas Yeates, Steve Lieber, sign books for fans at the Dark Horse Comics booth at WonderCon 2008. Page 25.

Exhibit Hall floor at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
The exhibit hall at WonderCon was buzzing with comics and sci-fi fans eager to find that must-have collectible. Page 3.

Sho Murase at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Manga artist Sho Murase shows off her artwork and sketchbooks at WonderCon's Artists Alley. Page 7.

Saturday morning crowds at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Crowds gather and line up in front of Moscone Center South for WonderCon 2008.

Bloodwolves cosplay at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Mitch R. from Modesto chilled out from the WonderCon hustle and bustle in his custom-made

Creepshow Camp at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Makeup artists and actors from Creepshow Camp make movie magic at WonderCon 2008. Page 20.

Tarepanda Cute Lolita at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Xochtl S. came to WonderCon 2008 in an adorable blue cute Lolita-inspired dress with San-X character Tarepanda designs. Page 24.

Arale - Dr. Slump Cosplay at WonderCon 2008
Lina H. as Arare-chan from Dr. Slump at WonderCon 2008. Page 17.

Jessica Gruner and Nicomi "Nix" Turner at WonderCon 2008 - Emily the Strange
Jessica Gruner and Nicomi

Jake Forbes and Becky Cloonan at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Jake Forbes and Becky Cloonan answer questions from fans at the TokyoPop Creators' Panel at WonderCon 2008. Page 15.

Sherilyn Tanala of Furoku Culture at WonderCon 2008
Manga artist Sherilyn Tanala of Furoku Culture at WonderCon 2008's Artists Alley. Page 23.

Brandon Graham at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Brandon Graham completes a sketch at TokyoPop autograph session at WonderCon 2008. Page 16.

Sakura and Gaara - Naruto Cosplay at WonderCon 2008
Cole and Miranda H. as Gaara and Sakura from Naruto at WonderCon 2008. Page 19.

Sailor Moon Cosplay at WonderCon 2008
Mari W. as Sailor Moon at WonderCon 2008. Page 21.

Saturday at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
By mid-day Saturday, the exhibit hall at WonderCon 2008 was buzzing with comics and sci-fi fans. Page 13.

Spicy Brown at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Scott Brown shows off the latest (and cutest) Spicy Brown tees at WonderCon 2008. Page 14.

TokyoPop Events at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Editor Stephanie Duchin shows off the weekend's schedule of events at TokyoPop's booth. Page 11.

Death Note Cosplay at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco - Mello, L and Light Cosplay
Ayla (Mello), Haylee (L) and Jaclyn (Light Yagami) dressed up as this Death Note threesome at WonderCon 2008. Page 9.

Gothic and Sweet Lolitas at WonderCon 2008, San Francisco
Julia W., Kiki D. and Andrea S. came in their favorite Gothic and Lolita fashions at WonderCon 2008. Page 10.

Y Square - Manga by Judith Park
Cover artwork for Y Square manga graphic novel by Judith Park, published by Yen Press / Carlsen Verlag GmbH, Hamburg 2005. Page 7.

Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 1 - Manga by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno
Cover artwork for Spiral: The Bonds of Reasoning Volume 1 manga graphic novel by Kyo Shirodaira, Eita Mizuno, published by Yen Press / Square Enix. Page 4.

With The Light Volume 1 by Keiko Tobe - With The Light Manga
Cover artwork for With The Light Volume 1 manga graphic novel by Keiko Tobe, published by Yen Press / Akita Shoten

Zombie-Loan Volume 1 by Peach-Pit - Zombie Loan Manga
Cover artwork for Zombie-Loan Volume 1 manga graphic novel by Peach-Pit, published by Yen Press / Square Enix. Page 3.

Yaoi-Con 2007 - Final Fantasy 7 cosplay
Anna Miketinas from Seattle and Laurie Rosenfeld from Doren, Colorado came to Yaoi-Con as Kadaj and Sephiroth from Final Fantasy 7. Page 17.

Yaoi-Con 2007 - Sweet Lolita cosplay
Youko Kurama from Sunnyvale in flowery sweet Lolita garb at Yaoi-Con 2007. Page 14.

Yaoi-Con 2007 - Berth Doujinshi Club
Miho Okinobu of Berth Doujinshi Club shows and sells translated doujinshi (fan comics) by Japanese doujinshi artists featuring characters from Kannazuki no Miko, Yu Yu Hakusho, Neon Genesis Evangelion and Card Captor Sakura. Page 13.

Yaoi-Con 2007
Yaoi manga creators Elana Martin and Jessica Montreuil make the scene at Yaoi-Con 2007 wearing their finest fairy wings and cat ears. Look for their web comic Here in Limbo to debut at Yaoi-Con 2008. Page 16.

Yaoi-Con 2007 - Eiji Kikumaru cosplay
Genevieve J. came to Yaoi-Con 207 from San Diego, California and showed off her Seigaku spirit as Eiji Kikumaru from The Prince of Tennis manga. Page 15.

Chris Butcher, Jose Villarrubia and Scott Robins - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009
Chris Butcher, Jose Villarrubia and Scott Robins at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 7.

Derek Kirk Kim and The Eternal Smile - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics Creator Derek Kirk Kim
Derek Kirk Kim with The Eternal Smile at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 19.

Bryan Lee O'Malley and Becky Cloonan - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics creator of Scott Pilgrim at TCAF 2009
Comics artist Bryan Lee O'Malley at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 9.

Bryan Lee O'Malley - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics creator of Scott Pilgrim at TCAF 2009
Comics artist Bryan Lee O'Malley at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 6.

TCAF '09 Poster by Bryan Lee O'Malley - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009
Poster for TCAF 2009 by Bryan Lee O'Malley at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 12.

Saturday Morning - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics, creators and crowds at TCAF 2009
Saturday morning crowd at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 2.

Sunday morning - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics, creators and crowds at TCAF 2009
Sunday morning crowd at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 17.

Sunday afternoon - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics, creators and crowds at TCAF 2009
Sunday afternoon crowd at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 31.

Sunday Schedule - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Comics, creators and crowds at TCAF 2009
Sunday's event schedule at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more.

Yoshihiro Tatsumi - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Japanese manga creator of A Drifting Life at TCAF 2009
Manga artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 3.

Yoshihiro Tatsumi - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Japanese manga creator of A Drifting Life at TCAF 2009
Manga artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 16.

Yoshihiro Tatsumi - Toronto Comic Arts Festival 2009 - Japanese manga creator of A Drifting Life at TCAF 2009
Manga artist Yoshihiro Tatsumi at Toronto Comics Arts Festival 2009. See photos of highlights from TCAF 2009 at The Toronto Reference Library, Toronto, Canada, including the crowds of fans, publishers, creative comics creators from Europe, North America, Japan and much more. Page 8.