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Drawn to Manga August 2015

Akira, Volume 1

By Otomo, Katsuhiro

2009-10 – Kodansha Comics

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Welcome to Neo-Tokyo, built on the ashes of a Tokyo annihilated by a blast of unknown origin that triggered World War III. 575 more words

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Booktubeathon 2015 TBR & Lots of Parentheses

Hi again! I’m super excited to be participating in the Booktubeathon this year. I’m not really sure how I feel about readathons since this is probably going to be the first one I actively participate in so this should be interesting. 278 more words


Drawn to Manga July 2015

Assassination Classroom, Vol. 2

By Matsui, Yusei

2015-02 – Viz Media

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Ever caught yourself screaming, “I could just kill that teacher”? What would it take to justify such antisocial behavior and weeks of detention? 714 more words

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Navigating MONSTER; or, the case for translating sound effects

Footnotes in fiction can be great. More common in non-fiction writing, often in academic or medical papers, it’s that scholarly effect that’s mimicked in the copious addendums scattered along the bottom of almost every page of Susanna Clarke’s Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell. 1,150 more words


Naoki Urasawa and Hisashi Eguchi talk about manga in the 70s and 80s, mostly Otomo

Two artists in conversation today about manga in the 70s and 80s. One is Naoki Urasawa, the big-deal artist who drew Monster and 20th Century Boys… 7,974 more words


Review- Monster (2004-2005)

I’m not really a huge fan of anime. Sure, I like it well enough when I see it, and I have no gripes with the medium as a whole, I just don’t watch much. 703 more words


March Manga - Naoki Urasawa

Naoki Urasawa is widely considered to be one of the best in the manga industry for a reason.  His characters are well-rounded, his plots are intricate, and his art is fantastic.   1,649 more words