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The Mannen-dake ("10,000-year bamboo") is a bamboo-like monster that feeds on the souls of lost travelers camping in the woods. From Shigeru Mizuki's "Yōkai Daizukai", 2004

The Mannen-dake ("10,000-year bamboo") is a bamboo-like monster that feeds on the souls of lost travelers camping in the woods. From Shigeru Mizuki's "Yōkai Daizukai", 2004

Bernardino Genga - Charles Errand, Anatomia,  Roma 1691, grabado del pre-frontispicio  Desde los inicios del siglo XVI  la anatomía fue uno ...

Bernardino Genga - Charles Errand, Anatomia, Roma 1691, grabado del pre-frontispicio Desde los inicios del siglo XVI la anatomía fue uno ...

Bernardino Genga - Charles Errand, Anatomia,  Roma 1691, grabado del pre-frontispicio  Desde los inicios del siglo XVI  la anatomía fue uno ...

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“Doro-ta-bō” - the “muddy rice field man.” Anatomical features include a gelatinous lower body that merges into the earth, a ‘mud sac’ that draws nourishment from the soil, lungs that allow the creature to breathe when buried.    In 1960, the great manga artist Shigeru Mizuki took on the task of illustrating anatomical versions of over 80 monstrous members of the yōkai—a group of monsters who, according to Japanese folklore, inhabit the countryside of Japan.     “Makura-gaeshi” - the…

“Doro-ta-bō” - the “muddy rice field man.” Anatomical features include a gelatinous lower body that merges into the earth, a ‘mud sac’ that draws nourishment from the soil, lungs that allow the creature to breathe when buried. In 1960, the great manga artist Shigeru Mizuki took on the task of illustrating anatomical versions of over 80 monstrous members of the yōkai—a group of monsters who, according to Japanese folklore, inhabit the countryside of Japan. “Makura-gaeshi” - the…

Bernardino Genga - Charles Errand, Anatomia,  Roma 1691, grabado del pre-frontispicio  Desde los inicios del siglo XVI  la anatomía fue uno ...

Bernardino Genga - Charles Errand, Anatomia, Roma 1691, grabado del pre-frontispicio Desde los inicios del siglo XVI la anatomía fue uno ...

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“Doro-ta-bō” - the “muddy rice field man.” Anatomical features include a gelatinous lower body that merges into the earth, a ‘mud sac’ that draws nourishment from the soil, lungs that allow the creature to breathe when buried.    In 1960, the great manga artist Shigeru Mizuki took on the task of illustrating anatomical versions of over 80 monstrous members of the yōkai—a group of monsters who, according to Japanese folklore, inhabit the countryside of Japan.     “Makura-gaeshi” - the…

“Doro-ta-bō” - the “muddy rice field man.” Anatomical features include a gelatinous lower body that merges into the earth, a ‘mud sac’ that draws nourishment from the soil, lungs that allow the creature to breathe when buried. In 1960, the great manga artist Shigeru Mizuki took on the task of illustrating anatomical versions of over 80 monstrous members of the yōkai—a group of monsters who, according to Japanese folklore, inhabit the countryside of Japan. “Makura-gaeshi” - the…

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