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Atsuko Asano / Hinoki Kino – Kodansha USA – 9 volumes

Yes!  Shion and Rat speed up through the Correctional Facility, and this volume’s pretty much non-stop action.  200 more words

No. 6

[Half-assed review] No. 6

Title: No. 6

Author: Asano Atsuko || Artist: Kino Hinoki

Manga: 9 volumes (35 chapters) || Anime: 11 episodes || Light Novel: 9 volumes

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No. 6 - a briefer

Now I’m trying to finish reading No. 6, a manga adapted from the original novel by Asano Atsuko and drawn by Kino Hinoki. I just finished watching the anime version a couple of months ago for starters. 195 more words

Sorta Review

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Atsuko Asano / Hinoki Kino – Kodansha USA – 2014 – 9 volumes

This section’s a lot different than the anime, if you’ve seen that.  This is also around where I stopped reading the novels (I’m kinda tempted to start again, though I keep hoping they’ll be licensed in English and published), so I’m not sure how different the manga is from here on out. 368 more words

No. 6

Day 30 - An anime you wish never ended and continued on

Although I believe everything should end at some point and that dragging a story for too long would only be detrimental to it, if I’d have to name one title that would be No. 101 more words

30 Day Anime Challenge

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Atsuko Asano / Hinoki Kino – Kodansha USA – 2014 – 9 volumes

There’s a cute scene at the beginning of this volume that I didn’t remember from either the anime or novels.  228 more words

No. 6

Let's Watch No. 6 - Episode 3

So far we’ve seen a little of what it’s like to be a citizen of No. 6. What’s disturbing is how much control the government seems to have over its citizens. 903 more words