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British Museum unveils largest manga exhibit outside Japan

SBS Tuesday, 21 May 2019
The British Museum has opened the largest manga exhibit outside of Japan. It charts the history of the comic book artform, from 19th century drawings, to a multibillion-dollar industry, including 'Dragon Ball Z' and 'Pokémon'.
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