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3 x 3 of my favorite anime shows

These are my favorite anime shows! I didn’t include any feature length films because I feel like they deserve a separate list.

Space Dandy, Hunter x Hunter, Cowboy Bebop (top row from left to right); Bakemonogatari, Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood, Monster (middle row left to right); Samurai Champloo, Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit, and Steins;Gate (bottom row left to right)

Culture

All About an Astro Boy : Osamu Tezuka - "Mighty Atom"

Although “New Treasure Island” was a sizable hit for a debut, and “Jungle Emperor Leo/ Kimba the White Lion” had roared off the gate in 1950, it wasn’t until 1952’s “Tetsuwan Atom”/”Mighty Atom”/”Astro Boy” that Osamu Tezuka found the perfect mascot  in a lovable little robot that looked an awful lot like Betty Boop and could fart death rays from his butt… or something. 570 more words

Fantasy/ Sci-Fi

Manga Review: Billy Bat (Naoki Urasawa)

Title: Billy Bat
Author: Naoki Urasawa (Story and Art), Takashi Nagasaki (Story)
Publisher: Kodansha
Published: 2008 – 2016
Length: 20 Volumes

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Review

The Tipping Point / by Naoki Urasawa (and others)

The Tipping Point by Naoki Urasawa

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a mixed bag for me, but that makes a lot of sense considering how many artists were involved in the creation of the work. 190 more words

Reviews

Monster, Volume 1: The Perfect Edition: Naoki Urasawa

Rating: ☕️☕️☕️☕️☕️

With manga or comic books, I usually like to finish reading an entire series before I write a review; however, I needed to talk about Volume 1 of… 424 more words

Doodle 051 | Why We Learn and the Battle Against Ignorance

Naoki Urasawa’s Master Keaton aired back in 1998 to 1999 about insurance investigator Taichi Keaton who solves mystery cases, lectures part time for various colleges, studies archaeology, and most of all, aims to live as the “master of life.” 606 more words

Daily Doodles

Review: Monster

Kenzou Tenma (Kiuchi Hidenobu) was a renowned, genius, neurologist and a rising star in the medical world until he disobeyed a direct order from Eisler Memorial Hospital’s chief director. 1,668 more words

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