06: Pantrémon! Seiichi Hayashi - Red Colored Elegy - 1970-71

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Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Red Colored Elegy; a ground-breaking graphic novel that shook the manga world with its unusual illustrations and depictions of the everyday mundane and raw human emotion in 1960s-70s Japan.

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Probably inspired by his own life experience, Hayashi gives us a glimpse into the manga machine churning out content for the hungry masses.

Check out Red Colored Elegy from Drawn & Quarterly! Our Art Pantry Quickie of the week is ‘cels’.

Our Art Assignment is to make your own sequential narrative in 2-4 panels on a single page. In this episode, we discuss Hayashi’s lasting influence on 20th century manga.

Topics include: faceless rejection, Hayao Miyazaki, the birth of Astro boy, manga, and anime. The summer wind, lamentations of aging hands, and of course Pantrémons - fun stuff!

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