|1971||Tezuka Osamu||Tezuka Osamu||Mature, Mystery, Psychological, Sci-fi, Seinen|
Kuuki no Soko is a collection of short stories drawn by the genial writer between 1971 and 1972, is known in Japan as a true masterpiece.
Belonging to the most mature Tezuka's period, it touches many genres: from pure science fiction to the Nazi era. We find stories of spying, lawsuits against animal testing as far as stories about the more complex dynamics of the human mind.
And the human mind is the leitmotif of the entire volume, namely the duality present in every one of us, and then, mercy, love, understanding, living with the cruelty and violence until somenthing happen in our mind and we discover a side of us unknown to ourselves ... and we are not always adequately prepared to reagins ...