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The Push Man and Other Stories (manga)
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Objectionable content: Significant
Plot Summary: The first in a series of anthologies, each of which gathers together works by gekiga mangaka Yoshihiro Tatsumi from a given year (1969 in this case). The Push Man And Other Stories contains sixteen short pieces featuring working class male protagonists and gritty urban settings which are linked by themes of isolation, alienation, sexual dysfunction, misanthropy and resentment.
User Ratings: 30 ratings have been given [details]
Number of tankoubon: 1
Number of pages: 224
The Push Man and Other Stories (manga) (Sep 5, 2005)
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Story & Art: Yoshihiro Tatsumi
Licensed by: Drawn & Quarterly
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