About a week ago, it has been featured on the different news agency about a manga that features my country’s national hero, Jose Rizal. Here’s the summary as taken from MANGA.CLUB website:
In the land now known as the Philippines, there was a time when colonial Spain ruled for more than 300 years. During a period when native Filipinos once called Indios were oppressed, exploited, and stripped of their human rights, Jose Rizal was born on the outskirts of Manila.
“What does it mean to be a Filipino?”
“Is it possible to incite change through knowledge and not violence?”
He thought of those every day.
A doctor, novelist, and a painter who can speak 15 languages, Jose Rizal is a legendary figure who brought about national revolution through one epic novel!
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The Promised Neverland has been featured and reviewed a couple of times on the Manga Bookshelf. Those posts introduced me to this manga.
Everyone’s praising The Promised Neverland – which I find absurd. I mean, this manga, with a fairytale-ish title and fisheye-like view on the cover, couldn’t be that good, right?
Well, it is that good. It deserves all the praises it gets. So good, you should buy it. Now.
What is The Promised Neverland anyway?
Hold up. While I try my hardest to avoid any spoilers. I might, just a little bit, include one here and there. Be warned.
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If someone were to ask me to describe Doukyuusei, I’d tell them that it feels like experiencing a breath of fresh air in the world of boys love. The kind that you’ll never get tired going back to from time to time.
As written on the cover of the book:
A boy met a boy.
They were in a flush of youth.
They were in love that felt like a dream,
Like a sparkling soda pop.
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When Ichikawa Kei named their manga Slow Starter, they weren’t joking about it having a slow start. But it is the kind of slow burn I loved.
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In this day and age where we get muscular and/or power ukes, Kichiku, Encount takes me back to classic BL tropes with a very dominant seme and a frail uke.
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I stumbled upon a translation of Hakushaku to Yousei’s light novel and read bits of it. And boy, I miss this series!
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Taiyou no Ie’s popularity piqued my interest. But after finishing volume 1, I left feeling neither satisfied nor dissatisfied.
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I have never read something as horrible as the translated version of Sensei wa Dummy (or I am a Dummy in English). To be clear, the dummy means a substitute and not as stupid.
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Koketsu Dining is one of the memorable manga I’ve read in recent years.
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Back in 2014, I posted a Recents post of Kirakira no Hibi about my new found love for Sagami Waka. Years later, I finally had the time to sit down and re-read the entire book again.
Kirakira no Hibi features two short stories from Sagami Waka.
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