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Steve Jobs Manga is Out In Japan This Week

Steve Jobs lives on in a new Manga in Japan.

Mar 25 2013, 8:54am CDT | by

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Steve Jobs Manga is Out In Japan This Week

Steve Jobs live will be shown in several upcoming bio picks. This week though Japanese Manga fans can get their hands on the first officially licensed Steve Jobs Manga. Manga author Mari Yamazaki is releasing the first Steve Jobs Manga as part of the May issue of Anthology Kiss. The Manga language is in Japanese, which makes it hard to understand any of the scenes.

Yahoo! Japan has published a preview  of the Steve Jobs Manga.

Via Crunchyroll and 9to5Mac .

 

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