On February 11, 2017, the Japanese Jiro Taniguchi (69 years old) left us, the manga poet, one of the greatest artists that has given the international comic. Knowing himself very ill Taniguchi devoted his last months of life to an ambitious work that would summarize his major concerns, both plot and stylistic. A work that deals with one of the recurring themes of the author: the need for man to relate to nature in a more harmonious way. Its title is The millennial forest (Ponent Mon).

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