Moto HAGIO, the mother of modern Shôjo
After an intervention at Planète Manga, Moto HAGIO, a historical figure of Manga, gives us the pleasure to see her again in France and participate to Japan Expo!
While drawing Manga was a work for men during the 1970’s, Moto HAGIO was among the first women to assert themselves as Mangaka. As a pioneer of Shôjo Manga, yet she didn’t hesitate to include science fiction elements to her stories. Thus she managed to reach public at large and not only women readers. Share 40 years of career in Manga with her during the festival at her own booth!
They Were Eleven © Moto Hagio Shogakukan Inc. 1975
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