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Dec 30, 2016
A journey of growth requires more patience than we actually deem. Years and decades will pass, and one shall grow your manly or effeminate physique. One would grow and ripe into its prime, and one would think: I am not what I am before.

To think that life is fleeting as a one-time exclusive sojourn, we cannot go back on the places we have went. The feelings of childhood remains, sometimes unfortunately being repressed in the deepest of slumber within our minds, and we seem to forget the sensations of childhood and its glory.

We deem that the stimuli which titillate our puerile bodies cannot do the read more
Jun 14, 2016
Oyasumi Punpun is a haunting coming-of-age tale about a flat, comical, rather "penguinoid" 11-year old boy which proves that Japanese comics have more to offer, and the typical stereotyping of comics among the general notion has been disproved.

Inio Asano has this unique taste on his drawing style and the witty decision to put such eccentricity to his protagonist to evoke conspicuousness among the reader; concerning the bleakness of its environment and dull binary colors, and suddenly there was a peculiar, rather jocular out-of-theme character, it is no question an eccentric's idea.

Nonetheless, the peculiarity of the protagonist is justified, especially regarding to his odd name, Punpun, read more
Jun 12, 2015
Being the author of the renowned Death Note and Bakuman, Ohba Tsugumi expected to create a short story with a direct proposition to all of us: Time is time that runs not fast, nor slow, but it runs nonetheless.

I have spoiled the plot, right? Well, there's not actually any plot that you will be spoiled. This 50-page one-shot is really short, and probably take at least 10 minutes of your time. That is not much of a time right?

Though it has only a short plot, it is rather powerful and evocative.

The flaw is that, it is hard to compare this short to the serialized read more
Apr 5, 2015
Two individuals succumbed to perish own self, letting their dark, despicable past cover their life into act of suicide, turns out their own self be a mutual encouragement to live.

Watashitachi no Shiawase na Jikan, known as Our Happy Hours, is a short manga, that deals with 2 persons, a boy and a girl, who have a dark past. As you read through the manga, you will know more about their past, well-described. Even its only 8 chapters, it is concluded well and the pacing is not really fast. The only thing is, the development is kind of unnatural.

The characters are, Yuu, a convict, having caught read more
Mar 17, 2015
This short manga is real short, having only 6 chapters, in one hour or less you can read this full. This was also an adaptation of the movie.

Jisatsu Circle, is described in 2 words: Disturbing, Horrible. The theme of Suicide is the main core of this horror manga, and added some atrocious behavior, and illustration.

Story - Jisatsu Circle has an easy to comprehend plot that is about suicide. At first the plot will make the reader think why they did that, and the story progress through that. There is one survivor of the incident and she is the main character of the manga. The read more