Meiya Yamada

Manga Review – Vagabond

Grab your swords and get comfy because we’re about to embark on a journey into the world of samurais, philosophical musings, and some seriously epic sword fights with Vagabond. If you’ve been on the fence about diving into this manga, let me be your guide. Vagabond isn’t just another tale of a guy with a sword; it’s a sweeping narrative that cuts through your expectations and embeds itself deeply in your mind and soul.

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Manga Review – Berserk

Strap on your armor, sharpen your swords, and prepare to dive headfirst into the abyss of darkness that is Berserk, the manga series that makes Game of Thrones look like a Disney sing-along. We’re talking about a world where demons roam free, humans are just playthings for the gods, and the only thing darker than the night sky is the protagonist’s tortured soul.

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Manga Review – Monster

“Monster” by Naoki Urasawa is a masterful blend of suspense, psychological depth, and moral complexity. It’s a series that not only entertains but also makes you think and feel deeply. Urasawa’s storytelling prowess, combined with his detailed artwork and well-rounded characters, creates an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re a seasoned manga reader or new to the genre, “Monster” is a must-read.

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Manga Review – Grand Blue Dreaming

Grand Blue Dreaming by Kenji Inoue and Kimitake Yoshioka is a manga about comedy, friendship, and the hilariously chaotic life of college students. It kicks off with Iori Kitahara moving to the seaside town of Izu to begin his college life. What he expects is a peaceful life filled with studying and new experiences. What he gets is an introduction to the wild world of the Peek a Boo diving club, where drinking and shenanigans are the order of the day.

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