THE CHARM PARK: Timeless - Recommendations

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World Map Room

World Map Room

The events within the narrative are spare and enigmatic: Yokoyama is as much fascinated by shapes and visual effects as he is by character and plot. First, the protagonists visit a city; then, our heroes watch airplanes departing and arriving at an airport; next, they go on board a ship and cross a river. Eventually, they arrive at a building where a man welcomes and guides them to the “world map room,” where they inspect a library. Eventually they leave, and reach a pond with a sunken ship. Their guide starts to explain the ship’s history, and slowly, with casual suddenness, the novel comes to a close.

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My Grandpa’s Stories Can’t Be This Weird!

My Grandpa’s Stories Can’t Be This Weird!

Though its title logo resembles a certain light novel, and his younger sister is particularly cute, the student council president doesn't have any mystery to solve about it. It is just as it says, a comic about a grandpa telling his grandson a strange story. What is strange about it and why is something you'll have to read the comic to find out! You'll find yourself chuckling while you read, as you enjoy the charming world of this grandpa.

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New Engineering

New Engineering

This first U.S. book on Yokoyama's work combines two of the artist's central themes: fighting and building. One set of graphic stories, Public Works, details massive structures being erected across a landscape. Plot is pushed aside in favor of sheer formal verve as we watch buildings, about which we know nothing, come into being.

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Color Engineering

Color Engineering

Color Engineering reproduces both older and unseen imagery from the 2000s with dozens of color drawings and paintings that were executed in 2010 during a six-week open studio event held in Tokyo, at which the public was able to view Yokoyama at work. A selection of these canvases is reproduced here as gatefold pages, and is integrated among comic-strip sequences executed in a variety of techniques: photography, loose marker drawings, hyper-real portraiture and much more. These sequences continue his investigations into the world of machines, architecture and post-human fashion, and are the first Yokoyama narratives to provide insight into the artist's personal world, in details of his rural habitat.

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Iceland

Iceland

A new surrealist tale by the creator of neo manga, the critically-acclaimed Yuichi Yokoyama. His frenetic visual style contrasts with the taciturn pace of the story and dialogue as a group of friends wander the high-latitude areas of the strange icy Far North looking for someone. Readers of Yokoyama's other stories may even recognize some characters.

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Outdoors

Outdoors

Ballistic buzzing guided camera drones, terrorizing fur and feathers. Drip drop drop top inside your futuristic RV Zen boombox, and then you float away. 

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En-chan’s House

En-chan’s House

Combining a modern artistic approach with a whimsical vision of creation mythology, the story follows the titular “En-chan” who, becoming involved in a natural disaster at a convenience store, time shifts to herself as a 1 year old child…..

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Kyou wo Aruku

Kyou wo Aruku

A look into an usual Japanese suburb through an old man's eyes.

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Ashita Shinu ni wa,

Ashita Shinu ni wa,

The story of a woman facing her 40's and the issues of getting older. Illness, menopause, fatigue, financial insecurity...

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Taki Takanosuke no Sanpo Jikan

Taki Takanosuke no Sanpo Jikan

Meet Taki Takanosuke, an elderly gentleman who likes taking walks. Along the way, he also manages to capture the hearts of many women.

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