Red Red Rock and other stories 1967-1970

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Red Red Rock and other stories 1967-1970

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by Hayashi Seiichi -- edited and translated by Ryan Holmberg -- cover design by Joe Hales and Joe Kessler -- translation typesetting by James Jessiman -- design and print preparation by Joe Hales

170 x 240mm -- 272 pages -- offset printed -- OTA bound

A definitive, career-spanning collection of stories from one of Japan’s most famous alternative cartoonists. Totalling more than 250 pages, Red Red Rock collects over a dozen of Hayashi Seiichi’s most famous stories from his most prolific period, spanning his debut for Garo in 1967 to his adult work for Josei Jishin in 1969-70.

"Discovering Hayashi Seiichi's work was a revelation - it's an astonishing blend of sensibilities, steeped in a graceful melancholy" - David Mazzucchelli

Red Red Rock was printed by offset lithography at DeckersSnoeck in Belgium.

The production of this book was supported by the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures.

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