A Global Sensation
Exciting new! Clock Striker, nominated by the American Library Association’s YALSA as a Great Title for Teens in 2024, has earned its place in the spotlight at the Kyoto Manga Museum’s Comics in Francophone Africa Exhibit.
Clock Striker, a non-Japanese manga with a black female lead hero, hails from the creative minds of Frederick L. Jones and Issaka Galadima, representing the USA, Niger, and France. It’s making waves as one of the most popular non-Japanese manga globally.
Saturday AM, known for its diverse manga offerings, has spent a decade shattering myths surrounding manga. Clock Striker exemplifies that manga can be created by artists, and star characters of any ethnicity, thrive globally, and be embraced by Japanese readers alike.
Don’t Miss the Exhibit!
For those in Japan or planning a trip to Kyoto, the Comics in
Francophone Africa Exhibit runs from October 26, 2023, to February 18, 2024. Visit the Kyoto International Manga Museum’s website HERE for details and witness the celebration of Clock Striker’s groundbreaking success.
Get Your Copy Today!
Grab Clock Striker Volume 1, available courtesy of Quartokids, and delve into an epic adventure that’s redefining the boundaries of manga!