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Manga artist Junko Mizuno will be signing books TOMORROW in San Francisco Japantown!

Psst – do you live in or near San Francisco?  Are you a manga fan?  If so, then you might want to visit the New People J-Pop Complex in San Francisco’s Japantown TOMORROW! Manga artist Junko Mizuno will be signing copies of her latest work, “Fluffy Little Gigolo PELU,” at the New People center starting TOMORROW – August 22nd – at 2:00 PM.

If you’re unfamiliar with Ms. Mizuno’s works, she is known for her unusual blending of childish cutesy sweetness and – blood and terror!!! This style, known as “Gothic kawaii” or “kawaii noir” can be seen in her works, including “Hell Babies, “Cinderella-chan,” and “Pure Trance.” She also draws the eyecatch art for the BBC program “Japanorama.” Her latest work, “Fluffy Little Gigolo PELU,” chronicles the story of PELU, a cute alien, as he searches for a bride on Earth.

The New People complex is located at 1746 Post St, in San Franisco’s Japantown.

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