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TOKYO: The US military is using manga to teach a new generation in Japan about the importance of the countries' half-century security alliance. A new comic book series features an American boy called Usa-kun - a word play on USA and ''usagi'', Japanese for rabbit - who wears a hooded jacket with bunny ears and befriends a Japanese girl, Anzu Arai. In the first issue of Our Alliance - A Lasting Partnership, to be published online today, the boy tells Anzu that he has come to defend her home, as they are ''important friends''.
Originally posted by Junkheap
What's the purpose of the graphic on the bottom left of the website for the Manga?
It looks like the tags that are used for Augmented Reality programs. It's titled "QR.jpg".
[edit on 6-8-2010 by Junkheap]