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1. Nostalgia
Androids that were used by the military as weapons of mass destruction are now being acclimated to human life. Setsu chooses a female android, Sirius, to foster. Sirius, who has taken so many human lives, must now learn what it truly means to be human. How will she cope with the knowledge that her "foster father" is mortal, while she is destined to last centuri
Published June 5th 2008 by Hakusensha
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Dita D'inchiostro
Feb 25, 2013 Dita D'inchiostro rated it it was amazing
Masami Tsuda è conosciuta in Italia per il suo capolavoro Le situazioni di lui & lei, che recensiremo presto su queste pagine. Tuttavia oggi Dita d'Inchiostro desidera presentarvi un volume unico di questa bravissima autrice, Nostalgia, pubblicato in Italia nel 2009 da Dynit.

Il volumetto racchiude quattro storie autoconclusive, Nostalgia (che da il titolo alla raccolta), L'amore è un sentimento qualunque, Il frutto rosso e Dimentichiamo.

Nostalgia è ambientato a New York, in un futuristico 21
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See also 津田雅美.

Tsuda is a tea-loving, crazy manga-ka who lives in Japan. Her most famous work that has been translated into several languages is Kare Kano (or His and Her Circumstances).

Tsuda likes operas, historical sites, and classic children's tales.
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