This is an ORIGINAL Japanese Anime Poster measuring 20” x 29” of STAR WARS Type Space ships. This poster has never been hung and features great animation artwork aka STAR WARS. It shows artwork like futuristic Sci Fi Space Ships like STAR WARS. Nice for the Anime Lover!MORE INFO ON MOTO HAGIO: Moto Hagio (萩尾 望都, Hagio Moto?) is a manga artist born on May 12, 1949 in Omuta City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, though she currently lives in Saitama Prefecture. She is considered a "founding mother" of modern shōjo manga, especially shōnen-ai. She is also a member of the Year 24 Group. She has been described as "the most beloved shōjo manga artist of all time." In addition to being an "industry pioneer", her body of work "shows a maturity, depth and personal vision found only in the finest of creative artists".Moto Hagio made her professional debut in 1969 at the age of 20 with her short story "Lulu to Mimi" in Nakayoshi. Later, for Shogakukan Publishing, she produced a series of short stories for various magazines. Two years after her debut, she published Juichigatsu no Gimunajiumu 11月のギムナジウム (The November Gymnasium), a short story which dealt openly with love between two boys at a boarding school. The story was part of a larger movement by female manga artists at the time which pioneered a genre of girls' comics about love between young men. In 1974, Hagio developed this story into the longer Tōma no Shinzō (The Heart of Thomas). She was awarded the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1976 for her science fiction classic Juichinin Iru! (They Were Eleven) and her epic tale Poe no Ichizoku (The Poe Family). Moto Hagio had a role in the 2008 film Domomata no Shi (Death of Domomata). On June 11 2009, a party was held in Moto Hagio's honor, "celebrating her 40th year as a professional manga artist". Approximately 200 people attended.Little of her work has been translated from Japanese. Following is a short list of those which have been translated:A, A', which is currently out of print and includes three stories titled A, A' (A, A Prime), 4/4 (Quatre-Quarts), and X+Y parts one and two. They Were Eleven, which was part of the 1996 anthology Four Shōjo Stories. They Were Eleven is available on DVD as an anime, in both dubbed and subtitled formats. Like most anime based on manga, there are various minor changes and omissions. Hanshin, a short story, which was published in issue 269 of The Comics Journal alongside an interview with Moto Hagio conducted by Matt Thorn. A, A' and They Were Eleven have science fiction settings, and both They Were Eleven and X+Y include transgender elements. The science fiction aspects in particular have led to Hagio's work appealing to manga readers who do not generally like shōjo manga.Moto Hagio did the character designs for Quintet's video game Illusion of Gaia.1976: 21st Shogakukan Manga Award for Poe no Ichizoku and They Were Eleven 1980: 11th Seiun Award for Star Red 1983: 14th Seiun Award for Gin no Sankaku (Silver Triangle) 1985: 16th Seiun Award for X+Y 1997: 1st Osamu Tezuka Cultural Prize (Award for Excellence) for Zankoku na kami ga shihai suru(A Cruel God Reigns) 2006: 27th Nihon SF Taisho Award for Barbara IkaiOtherworld Barbara) Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mail postage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this!Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.