A Drifting Life (manga)

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Related anime:
    Tatsumi (movie) (adaptation)

Alternative title:
Gekiga Hyōryū (Japanese) 
Una Vida errante (Spanish) 
劇画漂流 (Japanese) 
Genres: drama , psychological , romance 
Themes: art , historical 
Plot Summary: Spanning fifteen years from August of 1945 to June of 1960, Tatsumi's stand-in protagonist, Hiroshi, faces his father's financial burdens and his parents' failing marriage, his jealous brother's deteriorating health, and the innumerable pitfalls that await him in the competitive manga market of mid-twentieth-century Japan. He dreams of following in the considerable footsteps of his idol, manga artist Osamu Tezuka - with whom Tatsumi eventually became peers and, at times, stylistic rivals. 
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Seen in part or in whole by 20 users, rank: #2327 (of 4315)
Median rating: Excellent
Arithmetic mean: 8.909 (Excellent), std. dev.: 0.5143, rank: #258 (of 4330)
Weighted mean: 8.850 (Excellent), rank: #257 (of 4330) (seen all: 8.85)
Bayesian estimate: 8.571 (Excellent−), rank: #54 (of 2715)
Number of tankoubon: 2 
Number of pages: 420 
Vintage: 1995 to 2006 (serialized in Mandarake's catalog) 
Release dates: We have 4
Review:
A Drifting Life GN (Jul 4, 2009)
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Graphic novel
    A Drifting Life (GN) 2009-04-14 (from $23.96)

Japanese staff
Japanese cast
Story & Art: Yoshihiro Tatsumi 
(none)
Japanese companies
Publisher: Seirinkogeisha 
English staff
English companies
(none)
Licensed by: Drawn & Quarterly 
English cast
(none)
Spanish staff
Spanish cast
Translation: Alberto Sakai (Spain ed.) 

Graphic Design: Manuel Bartual (Spain ed.) 
Lettering: Ana González De la Peña (Spain ed.) 
(none)
Spanish companies
Publisher: Astiberri (Spain) 
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