What is weird anyways? I mean what I may find weird may not be as weird to you. so what is weird to you? I have read some pretty weird manga before, but one in particular was not only weird, but enjoyable! Yuri Mekuru Hibi is an ongoing manga by Reona Mizuki. This is surely one of the silliest, yet weirdest yuri manga’s I have ever encounter .
Hey guys sorry for delay! Work was really tiring yesterday … I literally had no energy or motivation to do anything. Though I fell off a day I am ready to get back on track! You know I have been thinking about this question since last night. I have a few manga’s that have really blew me away. Enough that I have re-read the series, but I don’t know which one I want to talk about! That is a problem my friend! So decided to choose three that I think might interest you guys as well! Continue reading →
“The world is overrun with monsters called Nemesis, and a young boy infected by them will stop at nothing to defeat them all!” – Radiant. Purchasing this manga was probably one of the best things I have ever did in a long time. Radiant by Tony Valente has recently been published by Viz Media. Currently Radiant has one volume out in english, with a total of 184 magical pages to read. Radiant just may be the next big shōnen manga to arrive. Definitely with it anime airing this fall in October. I think we have a lot to look forward to. In this breakdown I will talk about the following, the plot, the characters, the art, and give my overall thoughts. Please be warned this breakdown may contain spoilers. I suggest reading the manga on Mangakakalot first before proceeding. Continue reading →
In this lovely breakdown I will be talking about My Hero Academia Vigilantes a spin-off series that happen years before the current My Hero Academia. If you are a fan of the current series I highly suggest picking up a copy of Vigilantes, or go to Viz Media to read Vigilantes for free! Here are the following topics I will talk about in this breakdown, the plot, key characters in volume 1, the art, and give my overall thoughts on manga itself.
What’s up guys! Thanks coming back to check out another blog post done by the one only Luna Senpai. In this blog post I am going to do manga break down on Magical Girl spec Ops Asuka volume 1. I will be talking about the following topic, the plot, the characters, the artwork, and of course give my overall thoughts on volume 1. Please note there are currently four volumes translated in English available for purchases. You can also read some of the chapter for free HERE .
WARNING SPOILER ALERT!
Just to give you guys a heads up this breakdown will contain some spoilers. Meaning if you are not a fan of spoilers you may not want to read this until you have read volume 1 of Magical Girl Spec Ops Asuka. I will also be sure to source out any information I did not write for plagiarism is not cool!
Anime can be pretty gory at times however, they tend to tone it down due to Japanese broadcasting. This is what makes manga so great! For the most part you can find manga that is filled with over the top gore. For example, Berserk is far more gory in the manga series than the anime itself. Other great examples to compare are Hellsing, and Blood C (awesome anime, and manga). You get a lot of gore in the anime series, but you get even more gory scenes in the manga. If you have the stomach I would suggest to check out the manga’s of these series I listed above. You won’t regret it!