Hello, my lovelies! I have returned with another series that I think is pretty great! Now this series is a magical girl series, but not THE magical girl series that everyone knows and loves. I’m of course referring to Sailor Moon, which I’m not talking about today. That will come. Eventually. Maybe. But right now, we will be talking about Puella Magi Madoka Magica!
Hello, lovely readers. I found a series that I would really like to tell you about. This series, again, was something I found a few years ago by accident. It quickly became my show of the summer when it came out, and when I found the manga, I was over the moon happy. The English title for this series is Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun.
Imagine confessing to the person you’ve had a crush on. The mood is right. You’re by yourselves so no one can hear the reply. And when you say that you admire them, your crush says that they understand. Then gives you their signature and leaves. Well, that’s what happens to main character Chiyo Sakura when she confesses to Umetaro Nozaki. Though she is stunned, she goes home and realizes that the signature is that of a very famous Manga artist. Who happens to be Nozaki.
Armed with this new information, she is able to approach him and learns that he was interested in her as well. Or rather, interested in her art skills. He asks her, along with other classmates in the school, to help out with different aspects of the manga. And because this is a comedy, hijinks ensue. And most of them are instigated by Nozaki’s obliviousness.
I found this series on the front page of a website, and from the screen still, I thought it was going to be a lot more serious that it was. I was pleasantly surprised by the outcome. To be honest, if it were a serious show, I wouldn’t have watched it for more than a few episodes. But it’s hilarious. Also, the manga is easy to read because it is set up as a four panel comic.
We have the first three volumes available for check out, and I HIGHLY recommend it. And that’s all the information I have for you today. Until next time, stay golden.
Hello, everyone! I just realized how many new items we’ve recently gotten in the library! And among those new items, there are a few things I can finally write about because we have them in the system. I think I’m going to start with Horimiya. It’s a great romantic comedy that I could read over and over again. Continue reading “Horimiya: Anime/Manga Update!”
Hello, dear readers. I have once again combed the stacks and bookshelves of the library to bring you another recommendation. This time, I have found a slice of life/comedy series, titled Barakamon. Continue reading “Anime/Manga Update: Barakamon”
Hello dear internet friends! I’ve found another series that I think is amazing! However, I must put a warning out here: This series can be pretty gory and violent, so, if that isn’t your thing, I wouldn’t test the waters with this show and the manga can be worse. The title of this series is Tokyo Ghoul.