Cat's Eye 40th Anniversary Art Exhibition Hits Hakata in November

Installation features original painting and manga manuscripts from author Tsukasa Hojo's works

A promotional image for the upcoming Cat's Eye 40th Anniversary exhibition in Hakata featuring artwork of Rui, Hitomi, and Ai dressed in their "Cat's Eye" cat burglar outfits.


The lovely lady burglars of Tsukasa Hojo's Cat's Eye manga are heading to the author's home town of Hakata in November of 2023 with an art installation entitled the "Cat's Eye 40th Anniversary Original Painting Exhibition ~And All the Way to City Hunter~".


The exhibition features some 160 works of art from Cat's Eye, including black and white manga manuscripts and color paintings, as well as about 40 illustrations from Hojo's later series, City Hunter, and a version of one of Hojo's earliest manga, Space Angel, which was updated from the 1979 version and re-drawn by Hojo himself.



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Having previously toured in Tokyo in May of 2022, the "Cat's Eye 40th Anniversary Original Painting Exhibition ~And All the Way to City Hunter~" will run from November 19 - 30, 2022, at the Bandai Namco Cross Store Hakata venue, which is located in South Building B1 of Canal City Hakata shopping complex in Hakata, Fukuoka, Japan.


Source: Anime! Anime!


Copyright notice: © Tsukasa Hojo / Coamix


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