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Jan 5, 2022
Twin Spica is a by itself, a simple story, about a girl, suffering through life's hardships, but never swaying away and chasing her dreams. This sounds like story you've heard and read countless times, and a story we've learned what to expect from, in the grand scale of things. What makes this story standing out from the others, is how gently and sincerely it's explained, it's seeped with alot of feelings and drenched with bittersweet melancholia, which makes the experience so much more personal and impactful.

As mentioned above, the story is straightforward, and you can even call it, stale, if you read more
Nov 14, 2021
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This manga depicts the relationships of our main character, Heisuke, with his schoolmates and a kid that he has to take care of after school. In theory, this could be pretty entertaining setting, in which you can have your emotional moments, as well as calm ones, while having the realistic and believable background of a story. Did this manga provided something close to this ? Not really.

Story wise, the start and the pacing was interesting, new characters were added, they had their short cameos here and there, and initially it was entertaining. But then again, into it's mid-point, some characters are read more
Aug 14, 2021
Elhanburg's Angel is a short manga, depicting mostly the relationships between two friends, on of them being the new king, the other being his loyal advisor.The story jumps between being goofy or serious quite often, which is something that will definately be offputting for certain people, which is worth being of note, but I still consider it fine in this regard, even tho I usually don't.


The story by itself is nothing special, and the worldbuilding and it's setting might be the worst part of this manga, since it didn't developed at all, and all that leaves in the reader is wanting read more
May 21, 2021
Gen-ei Hakurankai is a manga, which has the typical traits of a work from Kei Toume, and I do mean this in the best possible manner. The manga is a detective story, set in the specific Taisho era of Japan (1912-1926), is portrayed with absolute detail, when it comes to fashion, design of the setting, as well as it's very subtly reflected in the character's interactions and philosophies, which is an absolute treat for people interested in historical settings.

The story of this work is not it's best part , in my opinion, I do believe the episodic formula works well to read more
Feb 7, 2021
Dokuhime is a story, staged at a fantasy setting, and it's starring classical type of characters from setting like that, mostly focusing at the nobility. As the name of it suggest, we do follow through the story of one particular girl, which is a poison princess and we come to understand the gravity of this title in this world.

The story at the beginning is being added with lush strokes, and in wide perspective, although it does straighten up and focuses a small cast of characters later on. While I do appreciate the effort to weave and create complex read more
Jan 24, 2021
This short and adorable manga, with it's gorgeous art shows us the everyday fascinations of one small girl, exploring with it's pure and naive mind various oddities of our busy everyday life, which we rarely see due to the fast pace of our lives.

Tackling this manga with it's story is poor and wrong, since considering it's episodic nature we can't expect much in this regard, plus it can be said that the storytelling relies more on the art to convey it's feelings and emotions it does evoke to the reader.

The manga's artstyle is great, appealing and it relays to read more
Dec 16, 2020
This manga is fairly deceptive, it's name and background does give the impression it's a medieval fantasy tale, based of Germany, and explaining the story of our main heroine, Helga, while in fact it's themes and messages does spread far beyond the fantasy genre and are actually quite the complex psychologial puzzle, fitting for those who are looking for a read with depth and sophistication, rather than the common escapist tropes of the fantasy genre.

The story of this manga can feel confusing, especially if you expect a more traditional narrative. In it with strong usage of metaphores are displayed the flaws read more
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 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