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Tuesday, January 26, 2016 

Kyoto manga museum traces evolution

The Japan News wrote about the Kyoto International Manga Museum's current exhibition, which traces the history of the art form's templates back as early as the 17th century Edo period.

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Hi Avi,

Don't know if you've seen it. But in yesterday's "Angela: Queen of Hell" I believe they did something where they made Thor's grandfather, Bor a villain, who said a bunch of things against feminism and social justice which was redacted in the dialogue as well as an "unsolicited opinion of Israel." This seems odd since SJWs tend to be Israel-haters, but I'm sure the writer, Bennett wants to make them seem like the good guys, unless I read it wrong. I only skimmed the issue. But Marvel clearly has no regard for Israel as evident in who they hire.

I saw that a few places. What even happened and what was it about? Why would Bor care about Israel?

Thanks for the note. I'll try to do some research on the Angela book.

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