Who did the dark theme magical girl better? Magical Girl Spec Ops Asuka, or Puella Magi Madoka Magica? What makes one more appealing than the other, and why is it more appealing. These are the question that have been running around my head for the past couple of hours. Both magical girls manga is very well done. They both have different attributes about the manga that make them appealing, but one does dominate the other. I believe Magical Girl Spec Ops Asuka does it better, and is far more appealing. (SPOILERS)
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!
With only a few days of September left my favorite month of the year is finally about to arrive. Meaning new manga will be hitting the shelves! In fact new manga’s has already started to hit the shelves. I went on a little adventure to the books store today. When I arrived I immediately went to the manga section. Upon my arrival I discover a few new manga’s that I had been waiting for are finally out. Low and behold I spent a good $40.00 dollars today. Did I need to spend that much no, but for the sake of my sanity it was worth every penny.
I have been meaning to talk about Magical Girl Spec Ops Asuka for a while now. Currently with four English manga volumes out ( Just purchased the fourth volume on amazon) Magical Girl Spec Ops Asuka is a brilliantly written manga by Makoto Fukami, and illustrated by Seigo Tokiya. Guys 2019 needs to hurry its ass up, because this manga is getting an anime adaptation that I am thoroughly excited about. I have a huge weakness for magical girl anything! Some people like idols, but I love magical girls.
As a kid I always had a fascination with comics. It wasn’t until I was a about 12 years old when I discovered manga … I remember thinking to myself how interesting, and different. Manga immediately capture my eyes due to how different it was from the standard American comic book. 12 year old me thought wow how cool you read this book starting from the back. I remember what grab my attention the most about manga was how visual they are compared to comics, and not as many words. Someone with ADHD this is a plus … since my focus is like a fly. I felt like a whole new world had open up to me that day in the book store.
Hey guys, just want to give my current readers, and new readers a heads up. From this point on this blog post will contain spoilers. If you are not a fan of spoilers I suggest checking out the manga’s first … I did link them if you would like to purchase them. As always I will be sure to source anything that didn’t come from my mouth for plagiarism is whack like crack.