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Vague Legal Definitions Threaten Japanese Comic Readers ...

For the second time in four years, members of the Japanese Diet (legislature) are attempting to revise the nation’s flawed child pornography law. While initial revision proposals offered some hope that the problems with the law would be fixed, the current proposal does little to address loopholes and overly broad language that could leave innocent citizens at risk.

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Weird Japanese Comic Books - Anyone Know Anything

Anyone know anything about them?

Autumn Autumn says:
Which came first, American comic books or Japanese?
Dates and names etc
Brendan says:
Comic books as a print medium have existed in America since the printing of The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck in 1842 in hardcover—making it the first known American prototype comic book. 1775,...

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