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Le Théâtre de A

Le Théâtre de A

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Synonyms: Le Theatre de A, A no Gekijou, Oeufs d'Ange, Velvet Going Underground, Long Along Alonging, Till Dawn, Perfect World, Looks Like a Teaspoon, The Pearl Blue Story, I Am a Piano
Japanese: LE THÉÂTRE DE A

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 16
Status: Finished
Published: May 24, 2005 to Nov 24, 2008
Authors: Nakamura, Asumiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Gothic & Lolita Bible

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Score: 7.581 (scored by 3012 users)
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Ranked: #28382
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Popularity: #1155
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Chapters: /16

Synopsis

A collection of Nakamura Asumiko's works previously published in Gothic & Lolita Bible vol.16~30, compiled in a hardback, all-color volume.

1. Tenshi no Tamago
2. Velvet Going Underground
3. Childhood's End
4. Bite Me Something
5. Long Along Alonging
6. Till Dawn
7. Leçon un
8. My Skin on my Back
9. Highland Walker
10. Perfect World
11. Perfect Lady
12-13. Looks like a Teaspoon
14. The Peal Blue Story
15. I am a Piano
16. Parade

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ishitagupta
Mar 16, 2009
When reading one shots, we often complain "Oh too short" or how the plot wasn't developed enough or how the characters were weak and slaves to the dialogue. But here is one shot where everything just... sits... really well. It’s barely 8 pages, yet you feel you've experienced an entire lifetime in the shoes of the protagonist, which is kind of the premise of the story in the first place.

Here the piano is personified into this very skillfully drawn girl dancer who dances every time someone plays her (the piano). This is evident right off the start, so it's not like reading the story will read more
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Saviuz
Oct 21, 2011
Yellow. A color with many meanings. Commonly associated with the sun, it is said to be a color of warmth. A color of hope. A color of life. The color of eternity. Yet, that is not the only connotation it evokes. Since man has always desired to stand as high and be as bright as that luminary; envy, jealousy and greed are also part of its widespread semantic spectrum.

Just like the color yellow, Nakamura Asumiko's "Perfect World" tells a multifaceted story about life, death and love.

A mysterious and beautiful, yet fatal disease called "Flowerblossomitis": Once infected yellow flowers start to sprout all over the read more
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lemonade
Mar 13, 2009
Hmn... I am A Piano...

When I looked at the cover of the manga, I thought "Ah... the girl looks kinda cute~ I'm gonna try reading that..." but when I was reading it, it was not going with what I was hoping for.

Though the characters were drawn pretty nicely (especially the girl/piano) It took me some deep thinking to realize that whenever the girl/piano would dance or sing with someone it would represent that, that someone is playing the piano (Sorry, if I made you confused) because piano = girl.

So I did not enjoy it that much =.=

But none the less the ending was kinda read more
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Pyapi
Mar 15, 2010
Long Along Alonging, a short -paged story of a witty little girl that decides to become a vampire's apprentice.

Story: (8)
Amusing, to say the least! LAA manages a unique twist on vampires (Which is the apprenticeship in itself) which I really enjoyed. The ending, as surprising as it is, is one of the funniest endings I've seen in a while. For an 8-paged story to get me to laugh out loud is pretty amazing!

Art: (6)
Not a big fan of Nakamura's art. However, the character's blunt faces really helped with the comical effects at the end.

Character: (5)
Stereotypical, but what do you want? It's only EIGHT pages! read more
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