Love so Life – Mia’s manga review

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General Information Love So Life, also titled Rabu sō raifu (ラブ・ソー・ライフ) or Rabusora (ラブソラ) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Kaede Kochi. The series was serialized in Hana to Yume from 2008 to 2015. Overall, there are 17 volumes of this manga. How the story goes Shiharu Nakamura is a high school girl who works at a daycare where twins Aoi and Akane Matsunaga go. The twins are in custody of their uncle, Seiji, because their father abandoned them after his wife suddenly died. One day when Seiji goes to pick up the twins from day care, he notices that they are particularly attached to Shiharu in comparison to the other workers. He hires Shiharu as their personal babysitter as he is very busy with work and this begins the love story of Shiharu and Seiji. This manga is full of […]

The Sin of Love: Jigoku no Enra Manga Review

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As a lawfully good student, Takamura Komachi certainly did not expect the sons of Yama to come for her. Worst of all, they’ve come to take her to Hell for an unknown sin. Falling in love with one of them is definitely out of the question! ⌈ General Information ⌋ Written and illustrated by Shimada Chie, Jigoku no Enra is a Shoujo manga featuring the relationship between humans and demons. Also known as Enra in Hell, the manga has a rather short length of only 17 chapters. Despite this, the series guarantees its readers’ satisfaction with every chapter. ⌈ Synopsis ⌋ In summary, Jigoku no Enra follows Takamura Komachi, the daughter of a lawyer and a public prosecutor. Raised as a walking book of laws, Komachi didn’t expect the sudden arrival of Enra. To become Yama’s successor, Enra has the task of sending future sinners […]

Beast Master-Mia’s Manga Review

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General Information Beast Master or Bīsuto Masutā is a shōjo romantic comedy manga by Kyousuke Motomi. Shogakukan in Betsucomi published this manga and collected it in two tankōbon volumes. Viz Media licensed Beast Master and its original run was from 2006 to 2007. Synopsis Yuiko Kubozuka is a high school student who loves animals, though animals unfortunately hate her and flee from her whenever possible. When Leo Aoi, a strange student with a terrifying expression transfers to Yuiko’s class, she learnt that he is actually innocent, sweet-natured and animals like him. However, when attacked, Leo unconsciously becomes as violent as a bloodthirsty animal. Leo quickly becomes strongly attached to Yuiko, who is his first friend. They fall in love with one another, but circumstances regarding Leo’s family situation threaten to separate them. Leo Aoi looks like a crazy animal with wild eyes, and he goes […]

Hell’s Kitchen- Mia’s Manga Review

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Welcome back to another review from Anime Cite!!!! Let’s start the third day of 2018 with gratefulness and happiness!! 😉😉 What do you expect will I be reviewing next??? It’s none other than Hell’s Kitchen. It will be a manga version of it. If you’re interested in it, come on in. General Information Hell’s Kitchen is a shonen manga written by Mitsuru Nishimura and illustrated by Gumi Amashii. Then, it was pre-published in the monthly magazine Shonen Rival of the publisher Kōdansha between February 2010 and June 2014. In 2015, it was published by a new magazine and published into bound volumes since October 2010. This manga has a French version which was edited by Kana since July 2013. Synopsis Satoru was a normal young man who lived with his sister in a low-income apartment. One day, when he prepared to eat, Dogma, known as […]

Death Notice – Mia’s Manga Review

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We have Death Notice in the list. This manga is both thrilling and exciting at the same time. I had followed this series from the beginning and I love how the story flows. I hope you can feel the same as you read along my journey. Let’s begin 😉😉😉 General Information Death Notice is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Motoro Mase. This manga was serialized in Shogakukan‘s Weekly Young Sunday. In 2008, it was adapted into a live-action film titled Ikigami with Tomoyuki Takimoto as director. Synopsis Ikigami, or Death Notice in English, is something that Japanese between the age of 18 to 24 will receive. This happens after a national prosperity law was announced by the government. The government believed that the threat of unexpected death will increase prosperity and productivity in its citizens. Japanese in those age will die randomly because […]

Star Trek: the Next Generation Manga cover.

Star Trek: The Next Generation Manga Review

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Title: Star Trek: The Next Generation : Boukenshin Year: 2009 Volumes: 1, out of print currently Company: Tokyopop, Eaglemoss/IDW  (potential upcoming hardbound reprint ) Genre: Science Fiction Introduction: Adaptations provide notorious difficulty. Narrative rules vary between entertainment mediums. Additionally, narrative rules vary between cultures. Successful adaptations attempt to satisfy both sets of rules, while standing as its’ own work of art. Countless failed adaptations speak to the difficulty of turning an anime or manga into a Western live-action movie. In this case, Western work adapts into an Easter style. Star Trek: The Next Generation – Boukenshin adapts the popular show from the 1980’s into 4 new manga stories. As in the show, Captain Picard runs the ship. Commander Riker leads the crew on missions. Worf is a alien warrior living among humans. Data the android desires to be more human. Deanna Troi serves as the emphathic ship’s counselor. […]

The Kindaichi Case Files: A Review on Kindaichi’s Mysteries

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The Kindaichi Case Files mystery-themed manga centers around the young detective Hajime Kindaichi. He’s Kosuke Kindaichi‘s grandson, a famous detective from whom he got his detective skills. Now there’s some strong genes passed down from one generation to the other. The Kindaichi Case Files series is one of the earliest mystery mangas in Japan. The series started serialization in the Weekly Shonen Magazine in 1992. In addition, back in 1995, the manga gained recognition by winning the Kodansha Manga Award for shonen. Furthermore, the serialization of the new Kindaichi series started in 2004; however, it wasn’t on a regular basis until 2012. The continuation of the manga’s serialization in 2012 was to commemorate the series’ 20th year anniversary. In 2013, regular serialization continued with the title changed into The Kindaichi Case Files R (Returns). Moreover, the series ranked 2nd and 3rd in a Japanese Comic Ranking. Now there’s […]