Recently, I’ve been browsing through some manga that I’ve read before but never bothered continuing and finishing them.
I just flip/ click through the pages just admiring the art or reading the comic scenes alone.
During this journey of mine, I revisit Beauty Pop, a manga which I feel exists only for the mangaka to show off her art skills.
Hi again! This is a follow up post on the challenge that Remy Fool san and I had taken up as a collaboration.
For our attempts check out the following! Remy fool’s attempt and My try.
Basically we sent each other three prompts which described characters briefly. Then we tried guessing who we thought the prompts matched.
When we both finish we’ll get back again, revealing what the answers are. Then, we’ll count who got the most correct (if at all) and the one with lower answers writes a two thousand word post as penalty!
Konichiwa! Hope you’re all doing well.
I just noticed that I’ve never posted a review about the series that I love. Strange, huh?
The reason for this is that most of my favourites are on going and I do not like reviewing on going series. However, I cannot use that excuse for Seiyuu Ka!, which most of you know is one manga I never got over. So, I decided to do a Seiyuu ka related post, because it was about time I started off with newer styles other than reviewing…
* Please note that this post is not a review or a character analysis. Topics may be long, analytic and uninteresting, maybe.* Continue reading “Kudou Senri: Depression or loss of identity?”→
I’ve read both these manga by Nakamura Yoshiki-san, and LOVED both of them!!! I’m not done with either (Skip Beat because it’s ongoing and TCP, because I didn’t.) , so don’t spoil TCP for me yet or I’ll release my grudge Auris at you… You Have Been Warned. (Ironic part being: THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS! You Have Been Warned Part 2)
Another manga by Yoshiki Nakamura! She’s more famous for Tokyo Crazy Paradise and Skip Beat!- both manga that I adore and admire.
This one is about a girl, Yoshiyuki who loves basketball. It’s really short (only 5 chapters) and quite direct Continue reading “MVP WA YUZURENAI: A review”→