Last month, the publisher Kadokawa Ascii Media Works announced a new manga magazine. Comic it advertises itself as a publication for “adult otaku girls” who “want more than just romance in their stories.” As if to emphasize its defiance of the common trope that manga for women revolve around love stories, its first issue came out on Valentine’s Day. 434 more words
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There’s no doubt he’s the main male protagonist in Candy Candy, and no one can convince me otherwise.
When we read the manga, we (and almost all the characters in the manga, except for George and Aunt Elroy) mostly know him as Albert. 1,316 more words