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Kouno Fumiyo's graphic narratives about Hiroshima, beginning with Yūnagi no machi, sakura no kuni (Town of Evening Calm, Country of Cherry Blossoms, 2004), have drawn attention as a new kind of A-bomb manga, but they have also met with harsh criticism by historians who privilege story and representational content when approaching manga. Against their charge of a lack of criticality, this review article highlights the critical potential of Kouno's graphic narratives by focusing on howdoi:10.13185//kk2016.02613 fatcat:7hfmaxu2ojbabn47qy65yraivm