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Gin no sankaku by Hagio Moto — complete text translation

Gin no sankaku

Gin no sankaku is an approximately 300-pages long science fiction series first published in Japan's SF Magazine between 1980 and June 1982. It won the Seiun Award for best science fiction comic in 1983, and contains many themes Hagio would revisit 20 years later in Otherworld Barbara, which was recently licensed for an English-language release by Fantagraphics. You can read a brief summery of it here.

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