Sabaku no Tami Manga by Hayao Miyazaki
|Alternative Title:||Desert Tribe, People of the Desert|
|Categories:||Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Tragedy|
|Info:||1 Volumes, 26 Chapters, 105 Pages|
|Manga scans by:||Hox|
Series Brief Review
Is a manga which Miyazaki wrote for a newspaper targeted for children. It is more of a graphic novel than a manga, since most of the text are written outside of the frames and there are very few dialogue bubbles (though towards the end of the story, it moved closer to the traditional manga style).
The surprisingly dark story deals with the devastation of war, betrayal, and the ugliness of the human nature under desperate situations, including deaths of several characters. One can see the influence of TEZUKA Osamu in the art style of this manga (as in most of the manga written in this time), but you can also clearly see the style and motives you find in Miyazaki's later works such as "Nausicaa". In a sense, this is a prototype of "Nausicaa".
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