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-:One of the most important Japanese contemporary [[illustrator]]s, [[Toshio Saeki]] (1945) "is the godfather of [[Japanese erotica]] — the one illustrator in the [[frenetic]], [[oversexed]], [[comics]]-crazy nation whose [[imagination]] outpaces all others." His works combine classic Japanese imagery in very [[bizarre]] [[sexual]] settings. Samurai or school girls breaking all the imaginable and unimaginable [[taboo]]s are some of the images he constantly draws. His works have been collected in books such as ''Chimusi I'', Chimusi II (distributed in the US by [[Last Gasp]]), and ''In-Ken-Ka''.+[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/{{PAGENAMEE}}] [May 2007]
-:"If you look at Saeki’s art outside of its cultural sphere, you may be troubled by its violence." - [[Robert Crumb]].+:One of the most important Japanese contemporary [[illustrator]]s, [[Toshio Saeki]] (1945) "is the godfather of [[Japanese erotica]] — the one illustrator in the [[frenetic]], [[oversexed]], [[comics]]-crazy nation whose [[imagination]] outpaces all others."
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-:Calling [[John Ashroft]]. via [http://www.turbanhead.com/weblog/2003/01/31/fridays-foreigner/]+
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One of the most important Japanese contemporary illustrators, Toshio Saeki (1945) "is the godfather of Japanese erotica — the one illustrator in the frenetic, oversexed, comics-crazy nation whose imagination outpaces all others."
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