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Dramacon, Volume 2 (v. 2)
Dramacon, Volume 2 (v. 2)
by Svetlana Chmakova
Edition: Paperback
102 used & new from $0.01

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars As good as pocky! One is not enough!, October 23, 2006
I devoured the book instantly, and it brough so many memories afresh. I was at both times nodding sympathethically to the characters as well as I was about to burst into tears when certain pages reminded me of my own times at conventions.

I loved the expressions on the characters, and the uptake the author gave to the eternal debate of "It's this manga?" Really well done.

It's a book many can fall in love with.

I am particularly fond of Monica from the Firebird Studio, wish to know more about her in the next stories! =3


Return to Labyrinth Volume 1 (v. 1)
Return to Labyrinth Volume 1 (v. 1)
by Jake T. Forbes
Edition: Paperback
35 used & new from $7.27

20 of 26 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Check the inside before you buy it, and avoid a dissapointment., August 3, 2006
The cover looks haunting, it emules the perfect designs Master Brian Froud whispered into the creation of the world of "Labyrinth"

The cover art, done by "Alichino" artist, Kouyu Shurei sensei, fits perfectly with Mr. Froud's style.

Yet, once you open the book, it has nothing of that lovely cover style.

You enter a complete different style, opposite to manga. You find American comic style, in the pages, and although its good, it's not what the cover offered.

I mean, I don't mind a american style artist drawing this, but, if the cover is by a Japanese mangaka and the art is american artist, is like buying a pocky box and find it filled with m&ms.

The same? not quite.


Pet Shop of Horrors, Vol. 6
Pet Shop of Horrors, Vol. 6
by Matsuri Akino
Edition: Paperback
32 used & new from $2.99

5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best volumes in PetShop of Horrors series, March 23, 2006
Pet Shop of Horrors has a lot of magic and insight in its stories.

Count D, with his love for nature and animals, webs a mystical tapestry in which mankind is another thread, that constantly menaces to rip the cloth of Life apart.

I recoment this manga for anyone who likes magic and animals, and sweets.


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