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Buddha (manga) / Tezuka Osamu

Buddha (ブッダ Budda) is a manga drawn by Osamu Tezuka and is Tezuka's unique interpretation of the life of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism.
The critically-acclaimed series is often referred to as a gritty, even sexual, portrayal of the Buddha's life.
In 2009, a feature-length film adaptation of "Buddha" was announced from Warner Brothers Japan.
As of 2010, the official release date is set to be in May of 2011.

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The overview is as follows;
While sticking close to the Buddha's known life in most respects, the series also introduces many fictional characters as well as expanding upon historical figures already known within the life of Buddha.
A recent Western translation has proved popular in both America and Britain. It was published by Vertical Inc. in 2003–2005 and was split into eight volumes, designed by Chip Kidd:

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1. Kapilavastu
2. The Four Encounters
3. Devadatta
4. The Forest of Uruvela
5. Deer Park
6. Ananda
7. Ajatasattu
8. Jetavana

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Buddha
received the 2004, 2005 Eisner Award. As of early 2006, each volume had sold an average of 8,500 copies, with Kapilavastu having sold 20,000 copies. Due to differences between the ways in which Japanese and English are read, the American volumes are presented as mirror images of Tezuka's original work so they can be read from left to right, rather than from right to left.

Siddhartha Gautama (Sakyamuni Buddha): The main character of the Buddha series and prince of the Shakya tribe. He is born in book 1, shortly after his birth his mother dies. The first book mentions omens that seemed to symbolize Siddhartha's future. In book 2, he is a child growing bored of the privileged life of a prince. He leaves the palace towards the end of the book to become a monk. In book 3, he is a struggling monk. In book 4, after many trials in the Forest of Uruvela, Buddha achieves enlightenment. He continues to teach his disciples and inspire others until his death in book 8.

By A.S. on June 3, 2010
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