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ISBN: 2915517096
ISBN 13: 9782915517095
Language: English
The author of the book: Junko Mizuno
Edition: IMHO
Date of issue: 2005
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Dans les profondeurs glacées de l'océan, trois jeunes et jolies sirènes, Tura, Julie et Ai chassent les marins pour les ramener dans leurs palais et les dévorer. Prêtes à tout pour venger la mort de leur mère, assassinée par des pêcheurs sans scrupules, elles ont fait le serment de tuer sans aucune pitié tous les êtres humains. Un serment brisé lorsque Julie tombe folle amoureuse de Suekichi et ira jusqu'à braver les lois sacrées des sirènes pour vivre avec son bien-aimé.

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Ebook La Petite sirène read Online! Junko Mizuno (水野純子 Mizuno Junko) is a Japanese manga artist.

Mizuno's drawing style, which mixes childish sweetness and cuteness with terror and erotica, has often been termed a Gothic kawaii or kawaii noir style. However, Mizuno has stated that she does not feel comfortable about those terms, as she doesn't want to label her work with words because it keeps changing and is influenced by many different genres.

Mizuno has stated that her work is influenced by shōjo manga works; this influence is exhibited through her use of bright colorization and the large eyes she provides for her characters. Her art has a decidedly pop-art and psychedelic flair, and a sizable proportion of her published work is colored, rather than the black and white format typical of most Japanese comics.

A part of Mizuno's oeuvre revolves around fairy tales, showing titles such as Cinderalla, Princess Mermaid and Hansel&Gretel. The story behind this is that after the release of Pure Trance, Mizuno was approached by a publisher who was interested in working with her because of her unique style. However, this publisher did not like the story of Pure Trance as it differed a lot from mainstream comics at the time. Because of this, he suggested she'd make comics about fairy tales, which were commercially more viable. Mizuno has stated that as she was just starting out her career as a professional artist, she decided to take the opportunity, and that while in hindsight she was not very comfortable with the situation, it was a good experience for her.

Mizuno has participated in the Angoulême International Comics Festival and the Lakes International Comic Art Festival. In 2007 Mizuno's work was on display at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles, in an exhibit titled Heart Throb and at Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California in an exhibit titled Tender Succubus. In 2014, Mizuno held an exhibition of her work titled Belle: the Art of Junko Mizuno at the Atomica Gallery in London.

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