Age can bring out the good and bad in any given text, whether fiction or non, whether meant well or not. With regard to MacAvoy's writing, can it live past it's time?
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I've been enjoying reading manwha recently. The color and the long scroll method has been lovely. Can this one do what others in the past have done?
An interesting art style and potential for intrigue. Ok. Let's get into this thing.
You can usually sell me on anything Tokyo. Visual Kei from the early aughts with romance? I'm listening.
The color work is drawing me in. Is this going to be my next Solo Leveling?
I liked this one a lot. Both the anime and the manga. The anime is over on Netflix if you’re looking for it. Don’t go into it thinking it’ll be all kinds of flashy. The director tried to keep it directly to the method of panel work in the manga, so it feels uncharacteristically incomplete.…
Is this another money sink? So far, no, and the graphics are actually decent. Why am I skeptical though?
Who can resist a free book? Now available between May 11 and May 15, 2021, celebrate the 1 year anniversary of this fantastic debut novel!
It's flipping pretty and answers all those post-apocalyptical story elements I love. Years past release, is it still good?