Day 2: Anime & Manga 30 day challenge …List Three Favorite Manga’s

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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.

 Enough of me rambling … what three manga’s have I chosen for the 30 day challenge you may be wondering? Huehue well I am glad you ask! The following three manga’s I chose are, My Hero Academia: Vigilantes, Magical Girl Spec-Ops Asuka , and RWBY: Official Manga Anthology. In this blog post I will discuss why these three manga’s are my favorite, and give you a mini breakdown of each manga.

WARNING SPOILERS AHEAD!

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.

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My Hero Academia VS Modern Western Comics/Shows

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With season three of My Hero Academia already airing, anime fans are thrilled for all the right reasons. My Hero Academia has surely crawled its way to the top without a doubt. I have for a while thought long, and hard about comparing My Hero Academia to American comics/shows. For a while I didn’t really know how to put my thoughts into words, but I think I finally understand why My Hero Academia trumps big name industries like Marvel, and DC … The anime is genuine, and not filled with politics.

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