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From smashing social boundaries to chasing Pokemon, the power of Japanese manga to inspire and entertain fans around the world surges forth in a major London show. "Citi Exhibition Manga," the largest-ever manga exhibition to be held outside of Japan, takes visitors to the British Museum on a journey from the form's traditional roots to the multibillion-dollar industry of today.One such artist is Gengoroh Tagame, one of the most influential creators of gay manga and known for his graphic depictions of sadomasochism.Visitors can also pose for digital images of themselves in various manga styles.The industry had a global turnover of 3 billion pounds ($3.8 billion) in 2016, and lends itself to cross-platform franchising, so its popularity is only likely to increase.
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