In 1974 Manga Artists Celebrate The Exorcist’s Arrival in Japan – Design You Trust

In 1974 Manga Artists Celebrate The Exorcist’s Arrival in Japan


The manga adaptation of The Exorcist by Kazuo Umezu was featured in the July 7th, 1974 issue of Shonen Sunday, just a week prior to the film’s release in Japan and six months after its US premiere in December 1973. Shonen Sunday, a weekly shonen manga magazine, has been published in Japan by Shogakukan since March 1959.

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