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What the community says about Good-Bye
- AnonymousWritten on April 11, 2018"Tatsumi's world is a world quite humane. The words "dark", "intense" are thrown around these days too often. This book is a collection of short stories very much like "The push-Man and other stories" and "Abandon the old in Tokyo". It is dark, intense and at the same time very real glimpses of middle class life in a not so inconceivable place. I, for one, would personally recommend any of Tatsumi's books."
- #18 of 25
in What are the best josei mangasAnonymousWritten on March 24, 2018"A graphic novel writen from 1971 to 1972. That may be surprising to some folks. It's pretty dark and reflects all that post war Japan had become at the time. It's not pretty, and may not be your cup of tea."
- AnonymousWritten on March 26, 2018"This is very interesting gekika stories. A teenage girl would probably be interested in them but they aren't aimed specifically for girls."
- #23 of 27
in What are the best seinen mangasAnonymousWritten on March 29, 2018"Good-Bye by Yoshihiro Tatsumi was a bit dark, but moving and quite engaging. I was so happy when this manga was made available in the US. Definitely worth checking out if you're a fan of Tatsumi!"
- AnonymousWritten on March 31, 2018"To be honest I will not read manga. I have never really been interested nor will I ever be to only have 12 reviews on amazon and being published in 2008 leads me to believe that it is just another manga that doesn't even draw fans of the genre to it. "