The Capital Tribune Japan The Most Idiotic Anime Ever Made | Cartoon Research As I wrote earlier, Fujio Akatsuka pioneered the gag manga genre in Japan. He showed what it means to do a funny comic for the mainstream circulation, and he did it well. He has created numerous series that have went on to become hits, but none more than Tensai Bakabon. The Tensai Bakabon comic first appeared in 1967 in Weekly Shonen Magazine. It is about the misadventures of a boy named Bakabon and his insane father, who has no name other than “Bakabon’s Papa”. The name of the series is contradictory: “Tensai” means genius and “baka” in “Bakabon” means dumb, idiotic; in English speaking circles the series is sometimes referred to as “Bakabon the Idiot Genius”. True to Fujio Akatsuka tradition, the secondary character quickly took over the spotlight. Other characters include Bakabon’s Mama (like Papa, she doesn’t have a name), who has more common sense than her husband but often puts up with his stupidity anyway. And they did.
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Mizuki Shigeru: An appreciation Renowned Japanese manga illustrator, folklorist, and pop-culture icon Mizuki Shigeru (水木しげる) died on Monday, November 30, 2015. He was 93. In many ways, Mizuki represented the pacifism and humanism of post-War Japan. Creative commons image At By At under CC-BY-SA licence under Creative-Commons license A statue celebrates Mizuki Shigeru and some of his creations on the street which carries his name A veteran of World War II, Mizuki served as a conscript in the Japanese Imperial Army, and was stationed on New Britain Island in Papua New Guinea. His horrible experiences of war on the island (many of which he documented in a variety of books that are available in English translation), which included losing an arm and then being cared for by the local inhabitants of the island, influenced Mizuki's work for the rest of his life. He would go on to become a best-selling author, publishing hundreds of books. 衝撃だ… 鬼太郎を生んでくれてありがとう。 What a blow [that Mizuki Shigeru has died]. Mizuki Shigeru Goes to War