News Hiroshi Ōsaka Memorial Exhibit Announced
posted on 2007-10-27 18:23 EDT
The Suginami Anime Museum (SAM) in Tokyo has announced that it will hold a memorial exhibit for well-known anime illustrator, artist, and BONES co-founder Hiroshi Ōsaka from November 27 until December 9. Ōsaka passed away on September 24 after suffering from cancer. He was 44. The exhibit will feature original art from Clockwork Fighters Hiwou's War, Mobile Suit Victory Gundam, Mars Daybreak, and many of the other anime series that Ōsaka worked on. Source: animeanime.jp
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