News CLAMP Profiled
posted on 2005-03-11 22:19 EST
In an article titled "Manga's future in female hands" the Daily Yomiuri looks at one of the most popular manga teams in Japan, CLAMP. The article refers to a current museum exhibition of CLAMP artwork, entitled "Manga Aato wa Toki o Kaeru" (Manga Art That Defies Space and Time), at the Kawasaki City Museum until April 10th.
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