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Suspicion
サスピション
Genre Short stories, Horror
Manga
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Comic Morning
Original run October 21, 1982December 16, 1982
Manga
Insect Collector
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Original run April 8, 1979 – ongoing
Manga
Insect Collector - The Butterfly Road Smells of Death
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Weekly Shōnen Magazine
Original run May 27, 1979 – ongoing
Manga
Volcanic Eruption
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Magazine Just Comic
Original run May 1982 – ongoing
Manga
Peace Concert
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Magazine FM Reco-pal
Original run August 12, 1984 – ongoing
Manga
Activist Student
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Play Comic
Original run August 1968 – ongoing
Manga
Old Folk's Home
Author Osamu Tezuka
Publisher Kodansha
Demographic Seinen
Magazine Big Comic Original
Original run September 20, 1972 – ongoing
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Suspicion (サスピション Sasupishon ?) is a manga by Osamu Tezuka, and also the name of one of his books in Kodansha's line of "Osamu Tezuka Manga Complete Works" books containing a collection of Tezuka's short stories. The stories included in this book are "Suspicion", "Insect Collector", "Insect Collector - The Butterfly Road Smells of Death", "Volcanic Eruption", "Peace Conert", "Activist Student", and "Old Folk's Home".

Contents

Suspicion

Plot

A man wants to kill his wife, and in order to do so, he begins inputting her data into the cooking robot so she will be the ingredients for the next night's dinner.

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