As for the book, it's a compilation of Tezuka's more sexualized pages throughout the years. Those familiar with Tezuka's work know that beyond titles like Princess Knight and Astro Boy, his work could be darker and in some cases much more sexually charged, such as MW and most notoriously his animated film Cleopatra, which was released in the US as Cleopatra: Queen of Sex and self-rated "X" (although it probably wouldn't have earned one if it had been submitted to the MPAA).
So, what do you folks think? I'd be really curious to read through the book, but I wonder if it was awkward for Rumiko Tezuka to be working through her dad's erotic materials-- and I wonder if some readers wouldn't feel like they were doing the same!
(Via Comic Natalie.)