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Anime review: Monster

I have gone through a stint of only watching short shows recently, most capping out at a solid 13 episodes. For some reason though, I finally felt like giving this one a try and I’m so glad I did. 198 more words


Naoki Urasawa, showing the process

The other day, I went to the Naoki Urasawa exhibition in Paris.

i don’t know Urasawa’s work that much. I have read the first arc of Billy bat and a couple volumes of “20TH century boys”, a manga that I have been seeing everywhere since childhood. 420 more words

Quotorium Reviews: Monster

Well, I’m way behind on my own schedule, but I was finally able to finish Monster after a hectic few months! As a bit of a different format, and in the hopes of continuing this as a regular part of this blog, I thought I would dabble in a shorter reviewing format. 1,273 more words

Naoki Urasawa's Mujirushi - Le signe des rêves Manga to End on February 20, 2018

This year’s fourth issue of Shogakukan’s Big Comic Original magazine has announced that Naoki Urasawa’s Mujirushi – Le signe des rêves (The Sign of Dreams) manga will end in the fifth issue on February 20, 2018. 23 more words


January (9 out of 90)

Ok, I made the blog, stared a post and then got tangled in other stuff (class, writing for Cliqist and The Arcade and life) so now we’re in February and the blog only has an introduction post. 1,743 more words


Naoki Urasawa Wins Special Award and Mystery Award at Angoulême International Comics Festival

The 45th Angoulême International Comics Festival awarded manga creator Naoki Urasawa with the Fauve Special Award and the Fauve Polar SNCF Special Award for mystery works. 62 more words


The Good, the Bad and the Monstrous

Naoki Urasawa’s horror/thriller manga, Monster, begins as if it’s going to be a medical drama. Dr. Tenma, a talented young surgeon, is working at the Eisler Memorial Hospital in Western Berlin during the mid-80’s. 868 more words