Below are some of the great blog posts written by other people for Tezuka MMF. Please be sure to leave a comment on their blog if you like what you read!
- Justin at Organization Anti-Social Geniuses reviewed the Vertical release of Ayako, the story of a young woman after World War Two, living in a Japan still in transition from before the war, and the curse of a family gripped by the pursuit of power.
- Animemiz made the case for licensing Tezuka's 1970's anime series Umi no Toriton, based on the manga by the same name. Who wouldn't watch an anime about a guy who rides a dolphin?
- Angela at Diary of a Bookwarm discussed volume 1 of Buddha and the importance of focusing on the side characters other than Buddha himself.
- Evan at Ani-Gamers took a look at a chapter in Swallowing The Earth titled "Light Motif", in which Tezuka experiments with his art style and page effects.
- Manga Xanadu reviewed the Vertical release of Apollo's Song and found that parts of the story actually repulsed them.
- Johanna at Manga Worth Reading discussed the concept of modernized Tezuka stories, such as Naoki Urasawa's Pluto, and how more manga should follow suit.
- Jason at Playback STL looked back at his own fan letters sent to Manga Vizion over the years about a certain fictional Tezuka surgeon's series that was then being serialized in MV.