Archive for the ‘Manga’ Category


Manga Review- Ichigo 100%

August 31, 2010

Panties in your face…  A simple yet daring sentence that sums up the situation of the start of Ichigo 100%. What more could a guy ask for? Used panties in your face maybe. Something that almost happens in the beginning of the series because the girl didn’t take her panties off and is still wearing them. But hey, our hero is already having a nose bleed and couldn’t be happier. But we can. Read the rest of this entry ?


Motto To Love-RU to air in October

July 12, 2010

This year’s 33rd issue of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is announcing on Saturday that the new anime adaptation of Saki Hasemi and Kentaro Yabuki’s To Love-Ru -Trouble- manga will be a television series named Motto To Love-Ru -Trouble- (もっと To LOVEる -とらぶる-) this fall.  The set date for the anime adaptation is said to being in October. Read the rest of this entry ?


Manga Review- Diabolo

April 19, 2010

Years back, before I could even tell you what a manga was, my friends bought me Diabolo. I was really into horror movies then, and my friends insisted that I would love this series. Without know anything about the manga, I opened the pages and began to read, jumping into the world of Ren and Rai, and how their fate was sealed from the beginning of chapter one. I was really attached to the characters back then, which really made me love the story. Read the rest of this entry ?


Manga Review- Enchanter

April 15, 2010

Enchanter was a manga I found hidden away on a top shelf in the far corner of a small recreation store. I was looking for some manga worth buying, and just happened to notice its rather old dusty cover on the highest shelf. It was in fairly poor condition, old and slightly tattered, and the cover wasn’t exactly spectacular. I skipped through a few pages, read the description on the back and said, “bah what the hell, I’ll give it a gamble.”  This manga has probably been the biggest surprise of my reading career, as being funny, having colorful characters, and having a surprisingly interesting storyline. Read the rest of this entry ?


Manga Review- I.S (Aiesu)

February 22, 2010

Don’t be discriminatory towards the strange title of this manga. Don’t worry, this is not yaoi, nor yuri, nor ecchi or hentai. In fact, this is one of the most touching and most mature shoujo/josei manga I have read. Of course, the main characters are intersexuals. Read the rest of this entry ?


Manga Review- Rustblaster

January 15, 2010

Often, an interesting title will peek my interest and I’ll dig into the material, curious to see what’s under the cover. Rustblaster was one of these titles. I couldn’t help but feel curious when I first stared at the title. At first, I couldn’t even imagine what the manga was about, and I certainly didn’t believe that the manga would be about vampires. Read the rest of this entry ?


Manga Review: Rin! vol. 1

September 19, 2009


I love Yukine Honami’s artwork. The emotions of her characters are so evident, they don’t need a dialog assist, it’s all on the page. While I was able to able to put my qualms about Katsura (he’s 17 and looks 12) to rest due to the affecting manner in which the story is depicted, I admit to some initial reservations about the side story.
This short story is written and drawn by Honami exclusively, and shows Katsura and Sou hanging out together during the summer. Katsura is working on his summer homework when Sou embraces Katsura and begins to fondle him. Katsura is very embarrassed about the obvious outcome. None of this is presented in a vulgar fashion. There is little dialog and the action is depicted discretely.

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