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Mariko Parade (英語) ペーパーバック – 2006/3/30
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She read [i]Yukiko's Spinach[/i] for the hundredth time but still couldn't believe that was her just four short years ago! Since then, she had been the manga-ka's only model and love. On this trip to the beautiful island of Enoshima they would find the best shooting location, naturally, but they would also completely enjoy each other. It's the rainy season, the hydrangeas are in full bloom. He knew she would leave soon. A poignant, often drole tale from two of the most exciting creators in the medium today. With a stunning color section by Boilet, it picks up where [i]Yuikiko's Spinach[/i] leaves off.
Born in 1977 in Amakusa on the southern tip of Japan, [b]Kan Takahama[/b] completed her studies in contemporary art and made her debut in manga by entering a contest organized by the underground magazine [i]Garo[/i] in 2000. Her story, [i]Women Who Survive[/i] which opens this collection, won a prize and was published in 2001. Her worked appeared regularly after that and was collected in the album [i]Yellowbacks[/i] in 2002. That year she met Frederic Boilet and they collaborated on the book [i]Mariko Parade[/i] which was published in 2003 in Japan and later in many other languages. She married in 2006 and lives with her husband and works in Japan.