A validly angry MC, a cute tanuki woman, an isekai world. What possibly could go wrong?
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So. What side of the line does this romance fall on? The good, or the bad? Please be good. I wish it was good. Can I just find a few more good romance manga?
I saw the anime. Now lets see what I think of the manga. What is within the chapters that the animation left out for the sake of expedience? What about character development?
Oooohkaaayy. No. I have no clue why I’m running with this one, other than the fact it sounded like it was Chinese rather than Japanese. I want to make sure I’m actually reading a diverse swath of materials. The other reason is I’m super in love with colored in comics. I love Korean Manhwa and…
The anime is slow paced, what about the manga? Can this isekai do something the other ones haven't, or is it just another new world manga like the rest?
Ukiyo-e, World War II, and Walt Disney; the Influencers on Tezuka Osamu’s Development of the Modern World of Anime and Manga
Who influenced who and why did this particular event change the consumption of illustration across the world?
I was leery of this one early on from the art style on the cover. Not sure how to qualify it other than probably just me being a style snob. The shading is good, maybe it’s the faces or the wrinkles in the clothing. Something feels off. Well, let’s see what the inside holds, shall…
The ever popular series of modern man coming out of the stone age due to the luck of one genius scientist high schooler.
Is the romance in Hare kon worth your time and energy? Is it paced well? What is the author trying to get at with these characters?