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Big Clay Pot (2000) - OGN SC
"Big Clay Pot"
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Cover Date: 2000
Cover Price: US $ 12.95

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Format: Black & White; Original Graphic Novel; 144 pages

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Sun Kim, far too young to be on her own, flees her native Korea after a devastating accident and literally stumbles into a relationship with Kokoro, an older and wiser man, on the major island of Kyuushuu, Japan. Kokoro just wants to be left alone, but circumstances lead him to take the sunny, clumsy Sun Kim under his wing -- to feed and shelter her, teach her and tell her stories, and maybe impart some common sense along the way. It's an unlikely friendship that works.

Book design by Scott Mills and Brett Warnock.

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