If you like the dark, psychologically deep art of Will Eisner, try the work of Yoshihiro Tatsumi. Tatsumi is a Japanese manga artist. Don’t stop reading! Manga is not only for kids. Just like in America where serious comics want to be acknowledged as graphic novels, in Japan, serious manga is called gekiga – a term Tatsumi originated in 1957 that means “dramatic pictures”. For an introduction to Yoshihiro Tatsumi’s work, watch Tatsumi, an animated documentary about his celebrated career based on his autobiographical manga A Drifting Life. Intertwined with the biographical details are 5 short story segments by Tatsumi that detail not only his life, but post-WWII Japan.