"Bildrollen und Manga" is an exhibition at Museum Wilhelm Busch in Hannover showing over 170 exhibits, thereby documenting the long tradition of Japanese graphic art of storytelling and caricature – and its development towards the modern art form of manga. Some exhibits have never been shown in Germany – like 30 original drawings of Keiji Nakazawa's (*1939) "Kuroi Ame ni Utarete (Struck by Black Rain)" – his personal story of the Hiroshima Bombing. A valuable print dating back to the mid 18th century and many ukiyo-e prints by Hokusai Katsushika (1760–1849) and Hiroshige Utagawa (1797–1858) as well as excerpts from Japan's satirical magazine "The Japan Punch" (1862–1887) are also on display. Japanese caricatures about Japan's wars against China (1894/95) and Russia (1904/05) clearly form the melting point of both Eastern and Western art forms. A must see – not just for manga addicts.