Genkaku Picasso, Volume 1

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VIZ Media LLC, Nov 2, 2010 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 256 pages
34 Reviews
Sometimes a picture can tell more than a thousand words.

Reads R to L (Japanese Style), for T+ audiences. Having cheated death, Hikaru Hamura must save himself by using his artistic abilities to help others.

Hikari Hamura, nicknamed Picasso because of his natural artistic abilities, survived a horrible accident, but his friend Chiaki wasn't so lucky. Suddenly, Chiaki appears in front of him and tells him in order to keep living he must help the people around him. Can Hikari save people with his sketchbook and a 2B pencil?

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Review: Genkaku Picasso, Vol. 3 (Genkaku Picasso #3)

User Review  - Kimikimi - Goodreads

Okay, wow. Just wow. The ending of this book is just an emotional gut punch. For something that's disguised its self as a weird fluffy thing it really did just pull the rug out from under me. All of ... Read full review

Review: Genkaku Picasso, Vol. 1 (Genkaku Picasso #1)

User Review  - Kimikimi - Goodreads

this manga has an original style and concept. I really enjoyed it. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Furuya debuted as a manga artist in an avant-garde comics magazine called Garo in 1994. Since then, his manga have appeared in Young Sunday and other major weekly magazines. His work has also been published in English in VIZ's PULP magazine and Secret Comics Japan. VIZ published his book Short Cuts in 2003.

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