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Aug 29, 2020
This manga presents us with one very short, but relatable story about the human connections and the personal strenght of one to accept and live on with his life, no matter how regretable he is for his past. Coming in terms with your own reality, and accepting the facts is one universal topic, that can be appreciated and can be touching to majority of people, since it's an existential origin.

The story of this manga is simple, and straightforward, but it serves it's part well. It does felt like alot more depth could be added, as well as to show read more
Aug 27, 2020
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This manga follows the episodic adventures of one ghost hunter, while he does his odd line of work and exorcises the ghosts that his clients are bothered by. The story on paper sounds plain, and the bland execution of it was quite unsatisfying and borderline monotonous.

The stories presented in these 3 volumes are standalone, every chapter portrays the interaction of certain person with a ghost, and involves the main character, saving the day. For people with some understanding of the japanese urban ghost stories, the setting will feel familliar. After reading 3-4 of them you know well what's gonna happen in read more
Aug 18, 2020
This manga, is odd, and in the same time, not really. It does explain the simple and frankly speaking, boring and mundane life of a worker and his long travel times to his workplace, by using the subway. We do often hear one clichéd phrase, that we must always try to look and find some colors in our lives, for something that brightens our mood and makes our experience as vibrant as possible. This manga does take this saying as it's main and single goal, and it displays it from the perspective of the author himself, who is also main character in the read more
Jan 27, 2020
This short video presents and introduces us to two of the most famous characters from the Universal Century timeline of Gundam. There's not much to be speculated here, the video feels like a retelling of the first episode of the original series from 1979, but with a twist. The background setting and some of the secondary characters are different which does give off uncanny vibe to fans of the original series. The animation quality is high, with consideration of the designs from MSG 0079.

So it can be said that this video, commemorating the 40 years anniversary of the series read more
Dec 25, 2019
These short series ... are an oddball. Like they're based off from games, made from Falcom, which is kind of obscure developer in the West, but respected on the East. Their games were, and still are, quite innovative for it's time, having great soundtrack, enjoyable and relateable characters, and interesting plotlines.

These series takes the chance to joke and goof around, hyperbolizing the behaviour of these said characters, or poking at their strange quirks. The gags vary in execution, but in general it's an enjoying and satisfying watch, BUT ... in order to get them you need to know some major knowledge read more
Nov 14, 2019
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Icaro is a piece of collaboration between Moebius (real name, Jean Giraud), creating the story, and Jiro Taniguchi, being responsible for the art. The concept of a team effort between both famous french writer and japanese mangaka sure raises the bar of expectation for this manga alot, which is eventually the reason why the reader would be left with bitter taste at it's end, both creators are masters in their respective genres, but this work cerntainly doesn't solidify their fame.

The synopsys sounds grand, complex and intriguing, and nothing like that can be said for the actual content of the story, it read more
Oct 23, 2019
This manga presents us the relaxing and easygoing misfits of a traveling medicine seller, who learns the joys and worries of being a parent, accompanied by his adorable son and his neverending curiosity of how the world "works". The tone of the manga is usually humorous and calm, but this never stops the story to unveil heartwrenching and mature topics as well.

The story, by itself is nothing groundbreaking or poetic, but combined with the constant interactions and decisions of the characters makes it far more compelling and relatable. The father, as the journey goes, understands the significance and importance of the read more
Sep 24, 2019
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Grey is a manga with post-apocalyptic setting, which follows the life of our protagonist, Grey, after he joins the military. The manga vaguely portrays the current caste system the surviving world is based of, and mostly focuses on the missions of Grey, along with his fellow troopers.

The story of the manga has interesting takes, and the dystopian future which is presented to us is both exciting and terrifying, and the presented world can give us interesting ideas to contemplate about, but sadly the world building is not the main focus of the story, it's the actions that are the main point of interest. The read more
Sep 15, 2019
Ningen Shikkaku, or also known as No Longer Human, is a famous novel by Osami Dazai, which had many remakes from before, and more planned for the future for one simple reason - the story had certainly passed the test of time, and it always was an exciting read, strongly resonating with any reader for it's relateable themes of abuse, straight up suffering from existing , as well as having fears and phobias about things that we can't control in our lives.

With this retelling of the story, Junji Ito had added his own craftsmanship in adding the bizzare and thought-provoking horrors into the read more
Sep 15, 2019
This is a collection of one-shots, depicting sci-fi settings with a twist, usually comedic one.

The stories are well-written, and each one conveys a message in it's end. They often depict the traditional universal human values, being tested against the odds of the survival.

The art is nice, and special details had been added to the machinery or the mechanical parts. The character design is vibrant and appealing.

Characters, considering the way the stories are told, are not actually portrayed well, they serve as a canvas for us to sympathize with them, so this is a lackluster factor.

This collection is an enjoyable read, read more