An undefined group of women mangaka, the Year 24 group revolutionized shojo manga in the 1970s. Their works are considered manga classics, with many focusing on themes of politics, philosophical issues, sexuality, and gender.
Beat the summer heat with a cool glass of water, A/C fans on blast, and a stack of new manga to enjoy.
I’ve been biding my time this month, waiting for the very last week to spend my money. Why, you ask? Manga, duh! June’s got a huge lineup of new manga releases, with so many cool titles coming out on the 26th. Read on to see what I’ve got on my list.
In honor of Nintendo’s massive E3 announcements regarding Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (including that of a certain winged villain), let’s take a closer look at one of the gaming giant’s hidden gems: the Metroid manga universe!
In May 1987, industry newcomer Viz Comics sent copies of Mai, the Psychic Girl to comic shops across the United States. Drawn with meticulous detail and an eye for realism Mai introduced Western readers to an artist they’d quickly grow to love, a man named Ryoichi Ikegami.
Tons of neat titles hitting shelves in the next few weeks have me reaching for my wallet. This month, we’ve got space battles, demonic possession, roided-up wrestlers, 1970s hardships, and the lingering aftermath of war. It’s quite a mixed bag, but I’m here for it.
Gankutsuou makes us not necessarily empathize with the Count, but beg him to find a different way to continue living that doesn’t entail his idea of destructive revenge.
Hey everyone! I wanted to make a quick post letting you know what’s been going on behind the scenes here at Hakutaku.