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Today's #MangaMonday we talk some blood-dripping goodness with Shuzo Oshimi's Happiness.
 

How would you define Happiness? I probably wouldn't define it as Shuzo Oshimi has so far in today's #MangaMonday title: Happiness.


In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday! Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan. Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


Happiness, written by Shuzo Oshimi (author of The Flowers of Evil), is an ongoing series featured in Bessatsu Shounen Magazine beginning in 2015 and published by Kodansha in the US. Volume 1 of Happiness is available for preorder now with a September 13, 2016 release date. ^


About Happiness:
Makoto Okazaki is your typical run-of-the-mill high-schooler and the perfect bullying target. One evening as Makoto ventures out into the night to return a DVD he notices a figure standing on a nearby rooftop. The figure lunges at him from above, biting into his neck and drinking his blood. As Makoto lies there on the verge of death, his attacker, a beautiful young girl, asks him: "Do you want to die or become like me?" He decides to live... ^^


B-Chan's Review:
Since I've had a busy week, I thought I would jump into today's #MangaMonday with a quick read and noticed a title only 16 chapters in called Happiness. Not knowing anything about the manga except for the title, you can definitely say it was not what I was expecting. With a title like Happiness I thought I might be reading a romantic comedy or slice of life, but what I got was a darker, slightly perverse, horror manga almost from get go. What drew me in initially was the seemingly watercolored first pages that added a completely different feel from most manga, especially in the horror genre, and gave Happiness more of an artistic vibe. As the manga continues, there are trippy-like moments where Oshimi's art is reminiscent of Van Gogh's painting "The Starry Night". The story thus far is rather typical, and at times I could relate much of it to Anne Rice's Interview with a Vampire, but despite unoriginal fee to the plot, it still manages to keep you interested and wanting to read more to see just what will happen to Makoto next. If someone had described this manga to me prior to reading I probably wouldn't have given it the time of day, but now that I am caught up and have read it for myself, I can't help but add it to my monthly reading list.


I'm always up to read new manga! Is there a manga you would like to see featured on ? Let me know!


About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish. Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


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^ information and excerpts taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sh%C5%ABz%C5%8D_Oshimi and http://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/547052/happiness-1-by-shuzo-oshimi/, paraphrased by B-Chan
^^ excerpts taken from http://myanimelist.net/manga/85173/Happiness, paraphrased by B-Chan
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In today's #MangaMonday I invite you to check out one of my favorite stories of all time - Yu Yu Hakusho!
 

Welcome! Today I thought it would be fitting to show you another work by Yoshihiro Togashi, the great Yu Yu Hakusho!


In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday! Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan. Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


Yu Yu Hakusho, also known as Yu Yu Hakusho: Ghost Files, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Yoshihiro Togashi. Togashi began creating Yu Yu Hakusho around November 1990, basing the series on his interests in the occult and horror films and an influence of Buddhist mythology.

The manga was originally serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump from December 1990 to July 1994. The series consists of 175 chapters collected in 19 tankōbon volumes. In North America, the manga ran completely in Viz's Shonen Jump from January 2003 to January 2010. An anime adaptation consisting of 112 television episodes was directed by Noriyuki Abe and co-produced by Fuji Television, Yomiko Advertising, and Studio Pierrot. The television series originally aired on Japan's Fuji TV network from October 10, 1992 to December 17, 1994. It was later licensed in North America by Funimation Entertainment in 2001, where it aired on popular Cartoon Network blocks including Adult Swim and Toonami. The television series has also been broadcast in various other countries around the world. The Yu Yu Hakusho franchise has spawned two animated films, a series of original video animations (OVAs), audio albums, video games, and other merchandise.

Yu Yu Hakusho has been well received, with the manga selling over 50 million copies in Japan alone and winning the prestigious Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen manga in 1993. The animated series won the Animage Anime Grand Prix prize for best anime in 1994 and 1995. Yu Yu Hakusho has been watched by a large number of television viewers in Japan and a wide range of age groups in the United States. The anime has been given mostly positive reviews by critics in North America, complimenting its writing, characters, and amount of action. ^


About Yu Yu Hakusho:
Yu Yu Hakusho follows Yusuke Urameshi, a street-brawling delinquent who, in an uncharacteristic act of altruism, is hit by a car and killed in an attempt to save a young boy by pushing him out of the way. His ghost is greeted by Botan, a woman who introduces herself as the pilot of the River Styx, who ferries souls to the "Underworld" or Spirit World (霊界 Reikai) where they may be judged for the afterlife. Botan informs Yusuke that his act had caught even the Underworld by surprise and that there was not yet a place made for him in either heaven or hell. Thus Koenma, son of the Underworld's ruler King Enma, offers Yusuke a chance to return to his body through a series of tests. Yusuke succeeds with the help of his friends Keiko Yukimura and Kazuma Kuwabara. After returning to life, Koenma grants Yusuke the title of "Underworld Detective" (霊界探偵 Reikai Tantei, lit. "Spirit World Detective"), charging him with investigating supernatural activity within the Human World (人間界 Ningen Kai). ^


B-Chan's Review:
As I stated last week, Yu Yu Hakusho has been in the top slot of my top 5 anime list for quite some time, but I had yet to complete reading the manga until recently. Now it is a tough contender for my top manga spots as well, as the anime stayed very close to the manga up until the last few chapters(it wrapped up most of the same points, just with a different twist and a little bit extra story.) Yu Yu Hakusho changed how I looked at anime (and subsequently manga) and made me begin to look deeper into WHY I liked it. Something about Yusuke felt different from other protagonists: he has that intense love for battle much like Goku from Dragon Ball Z, but his love for those closest to him seems to run deeper and his explanations of how he sees the world drug me in hook, line, and sinker. Each of the main characters seemed to play just as a vital role as Yusuke in the story as well as the way Togashi built up their characters. I could read a thousand side stories with all the character and their pasts and never get bored. Each time I go through it (the manga making it a third time now), I find something new and interesting. Aside from the aforementioned, I'm not a hundred percent sure what draws me to Yu Yu Hakusho so much, but I feel tied to it more than any other anime/manga. One of the lesser known "must read" classics!


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About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish. Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


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^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yu_Yu_Hakusho
1: yuyuhakusho.wikia.com
2: evilgeeks.com
3: onepiece.com.pl
4. goodreads.com




#MangaMonday #manga #yuyuhakusho

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+Kageryu No Kaze I definitely agree. I was bummed when I got to the end and I still miss it. I'd love to see more stories about all the characters or more about Hiei and Kurama when they were in demon world. 
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My last turn on DC The Deck Building Game: Heroes Unite. Monster hand and our first Kyle Rayner victory (Kyle Rayner card plus 3 power rings). Woot! 

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+Micah Weltsch​ Yep! He's only in the second version, Heroes Unite and I think in one of the Crisis games. He's not a character card, just a regular hero card, but still awesome. But you can combine Heroes Unite with the regular game and make it extra huge.
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Started messing with CSS for the first time in years for an old blog. Does it make me a masochist that I kind of enjoy it?

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Haha!  Thanks, +Kageryu No Kaze .  CSS was actually why I got into web design and programming years ago, but got out of it so long that I felt the new programming languages were lost on me.  Maybe one day I'll get fully back into, but like most things, probably not. lol.
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Google Calendar has a cool new feature to help you get your fitness on or help achieve other goals. Thanks, Google!
If you are the best at setting shape-up intentions but the worst at following through, Google Calendar’s new Goals feature could save your (soon-to-be-firm) butt.
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Heyyy Kiiids! It's #MangaMonday!
 
Was hoping to have Berserk finished per +Rice Pudding's request, but I have been working on a few others as well, so it'll have to wait another week or two. I'll get to it soon, I promise. ;)

So today I will take it back to another light novel adaptation, All You Need Is Kill.


In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday! Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan. Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


All You Need Is Kill is a Japanese military science fiction light novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka with illustrations by Yoshitoshi ABe. The novel was Sakurazaka's breakthrough science-fiction novel, earning wide praise from fellow novelists including Yasutaka Tsutsui and Chōhei Kanbayashi and was entered in contention for the Seiun Awards. The book was published in Japanese by Shueisha under their Super Dash Bunko imprint in December 2004, and was later released in English by Viz Media under their Haikasoru imprint.

A manga adaptation, written by Ryōsuke Takeuchi and illustrated by Takeshi Obata (B-chan's Note: You may remember his name from my series on his work with Tsugumi Ohba that included Death Note, Bakuman, and Platinum End), was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Young Jump magazine between January and May 2014 and was also published by Viz Media in its Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. In November 2014, the Viz translation was released in a collected edition that included the entire series. A graphic novel adaptation was released in North America in May 2014. A film adaptation from director Doug Liman starring Tom Cruise, titled Edge of Tomorrow, was released on May 30, 2014. The English-language film tie-in edition of the novel also uses this title. ^


About All You Need Is Kill:
The story is told from the perspective of Keiji Kiriya, a new recruit in the United Defense Force that fights against the mysterious "Mimics", which have laid siege to Earth. He is seemingly killed on his first sortie after killing an unusual looking Mimic, but through some inexplicable phenomenon, he wakes up and finds that he has returned to the day before the battle. As this process continues, he finds himself caught in a time loop as his death and resurrection repeat time and time again. Keiji's skill as a soldier grows as he passes through each time loop in a desperate attempt to change his fate. ^


B-Chan's Review:
Normally, I steer far away from anything involving mechas (unless it has a Power Ranger in it); but this one was brought to my attention due to the always lovely illustrations from Takeshi Obata. Spanning only two volumes, I figured it'd be a quick read and that usually adds a lot of things to my "why not" category. The description explains a good part of the manga - the main character, Keiji Kiriya, is killed over and over again kind of like a Groundhog Day on the battlefield and it can get pretty brutal to watch; but each time he learns new things as he experiences different scenarios both on and off the battlefield. It very much read like a sci-fi novel or a syfy sereies, but the little twists make it interesting and a good, quick read worth the few hours of your time. I have yet to see the Tom Cruise movie based off of the same source material, but I am curious to see how it holds up.


Have you seen the movie Edge of Tomorrow and read the All You Need Is Kill light novel or manga? How would you say it compared? Worth the watch?


I'm always up to read new manga! Is there a manga you would like to see featured on ? Let me know!


About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish. Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


Sources:^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_You_Need_Is_Kill
1: amazon.com
2: aliens.wikia.com
3: http://tonarinoyj.jp/manga/all_you_need_is_kill/
4. allyouneediskill.wikia.com


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+Mickie Mallorie Yeah, really hoping they do well with Ghost In The Shell. I feel like that one should be an easy one for them, but as you said, it's Hollywood so you never know what to expect.
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Hey it's (well, it was a half hour ago) #MangaMonday with one of my favorite spawns of Satan, Rin in Ao No Exorcist!
 

Sweet blue flaming demon child! It's time for #MangaMonday with Ao No Exorcist!


In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday! Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan. Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


Blue Exorcist, also known as Ao no Exorcist, is a Japanese supernatural action manga series written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. The manga has been serialized in Jump SQ magazine by Shueisha since April 2009, with individual chapters collected into sixteen tankōbon volumes as of January 4, 2016.

The series was adapted into an anime television series by A-1 Pictures during 2011 and adapted into an anime film (Ao no Exorcist Gekijouban) in December 2012. Viz Media has licensed the manga for North American production, with the first volume released in April 5, 2011. Aniplex of America also released the anime's DVDs in English regions. ^


About Ao No Exorcist:
The story revolves around Rin Okumura, a teenager possessing abnormal strength and endurance who, along with his twin brother Yukio, was raised by Father Shiro Fujimoto, an Exorcist. One day, Rin learns that he and Yukio are the sons of Satan, the strongest of all demons. Witnessing Shiro dying to protect him, Rin ends up doing what his guardian asked him never to do: draw the demon-slaying blade Kurikara, which restrains his demonic powers, from its scabbard. From that moment on, Rin not only gains permanent demonic features like fangs, pointed ears, and a tail, but also the power to ignite himself into blue flames that can destroy almost anything they touch. ^


B-Chan's Review:
I'm actually surprised I haven't done Ao No Exorcist yet as it was one of the first ongoing mangas that had hooked me long ago. I started with the anime, but I was disappointed when it ended so soon. So, as usual, I decided to start reading since I knew the manga was still going. The anime took quite a few liberties with the ending of the anime and backstory of the characters, and like most media, the book manga version is much better than the cheesy backstory the anime concocted. Something about Rin's innocence, despite his demonic origins, drew me in right away as well as his determination to be the man he wanted, not who the world made him out to be. Each of the characters in Rin's class have their own quirks that I find endearing; though the story is filled with action and adventure, it is sprinkled with the right amount of lighthearted stories of the student's lives. My only complaint about Ao No Exorcist is the fact that it is a monthly manga and I must wait so long to find out what happens next!


I'm always up to read new manga! Is there a manga you would like to see featured on ? Let me know!


About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish. Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


Sources:^
1: en.wikipedia.org
2: aonoexorcist.wikia.com
3: aonoexorcist.wikia.com
4. comicvine.gamespot.com




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My new Munchkin game came today! I really liked the new gameplay of Marvel Munchkin. Plays more like Super Munchkin, but with cool Marvel character cards. A+

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You can get some sweet deals at CoolStuffInc.com if you can manage to order enough to not pay shipping ($100). I added mine onto a friend's order and paid about $17.50 I think. 
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Enjoy the teenage slice-of-life romance Horimiya for today's #MangaMonday!
 
Well what do ya know... it's Monday! I almost forgot what a wonderful day it is 'cause it's time for #MangaMonday!

Some people wonder "Does B-chan read anything other than action manga?!". Turns out, I do! Bringing to you today the romantic comedy that is Horimiya!


In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday! Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan. Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


[Horimiya] Hori-san to Miyamura-kun is a Japanese yonkoma slice of life school comedy shōnen web manga series written and illustrated by HERO. It was published since 2007 by Square Enix on Gangan Online. 10 volumes compiling the chapters were released in Japan. It was adapted into an original video animation series. Horimiya, a spin-off (note from B-chan: more like a redrawing of the original art with some changes similar to what they did with One Punch Man) by Daisuke Hagiwara, is serialized since 2011 on Monthly G Fantasy. 6 volumes compiling the chapters have been released so far. It will be published in English by Yen Press. ^


About Horimiya:
At school, Kyouko Hori is known for being smart, attractive, and popular. On the other hand, her classmate, the boring, gloomy Izumi Miyamura tends to get painted as a "loser fanboy." But when a liberally pierced and tattooed (not to mention downright gorgeous) Miyamura appears unexpectedly on the doorstep of secretly plain-Jane homebody Hori, these two similarly dissimilar teenagers discover that there are multiple sides to every story...and person! ^^


B-Chan's Review:
Horimiya was a completely "at random" manga I chose out of the blue one day. I had no idea what it was about or what type of manga it was, but I like to mix it up every now and then to get some variety. Horimiya was exactly the light hearted manga I wanted to read to break up all the blood and violence I have been reading as of late. Horimiya is a cute little slice of life manga following Hori-san and Miyamura who portray themselves quite differently in their school lives than at home. Hori-san's younger brother helps fate bring the two together as we watch their friendship grow into something more. Most of the manga I absolutely adore, but there are a few times it can feel a little too much like typical high school drama that I could do without. All in all, if you're looking for a cute romance that follows the life of two teenagers looking to find themselves, I'd recommend picking it up and giving it a read for yourself.


What's your favorite kind of fictional romance that makes you "awww"?


I'm always up to read new manga! Is there a manga you would like to see featured on ? Let me know!


About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish. Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


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^ excerpts taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hori-san_to_Miyamura-kun paraphrased by B-Chan
^^ amazon.com
1: amazon.com
2: mymanga.me
3: horimiya.wikia.com


#MangaMonday #manga #horimiya #horisantomiyamurakun

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....I guess if I had to choose, then it would be the romantic trials and tribulations of Scott Pilgrim....
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Since I forgot to share this with my followers, check out last week's #MangaMonday as well: No. 6!
 
Another long night of house hunting has left me beat, but the #MangaMonday must go on! 

I flew through 9 volumes of No. 6 to bring you a fresh baked #MangaMonday today! 

In case you're new here: #MangaMonday is a new feature in The Comic Book Community featuring a different manga every Monday!  Each post will highlight a new or classic manga offering a brief summary and review from your host, B-chan.  Be on the lookout for the hashtag to access past and future posts.


No. 6 is a nine-volume novel series written by Atsuko Asano and published by Kodansha between October 2003 and June 2011. A manga adaptation drawn by Hinoki Kino began serialization in the March 2011 issue of Kodansha's Aria magazine. An anime TV series adaptation by Bones began airing in Japan in July 2011. ^


About No. 6:
The story takes place in the "ideal" and perfect city known as "No.6". Shion, a boy raised in the elite and privileged environment of his home, gives shelter to another boy, who only gives his name as "Rat" on the former's 12th birthday. What Shion soon discovers is how drastically life will change after meeting with the mysterious Rat, whom he had saved one unforgettable, stormy night. ^


B-Chan's Review:
Sure, it's been done before: the utopian society gone wrong, but No. 6 brings in some fantasy elements, interesting side characters, and spectacular character development that sets it apart from the other stories of its type.  No. 6 was a story I couldn't put down - literally.  I read through 9 volumes since last night, only stopping to sleep and make meals.  Seeing the growth, changes, loss and regain of humanity in the main characters felt more genuine than any other story I have read in any medium.  I can see how this would have worked well as the novel it started as, but it translates beautifully into the manga.  The story didn't follow the main stream manga patterns I am used to reading, making the story take turns I hadn't expected.  No. 6 was a manga that somehow caught my eye from the cover and synopsis on the back a few years ago at the very same convention and library I had heard about Ranma ½ , but for some reason took me this long to get to - and I wish I had never waited.  Being only 9 volumes it is a quick read compared to many of the longer manga and I highly recommend checking it out!    


Would you rather live in ignorant bliss if you could to forget about all the problems of the world? 

I'm always up to read new manga!  Is there a manga you would like to see featured on ?  Let me know!


About Manga:
Manga is a Japanese comic book, sometimes published separately or as part of a weekly or monthly publication. Most manga is written and illustrated by a singular person, known as a mangaka, from start to finish.  Manga is often uncolored, utilizing the inking stage to bring the pages to life.

Note from B-Chan: Even if you read manga online, always support the official release so more great manga can come your way and talented creators can continue to create!


Sources:^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._6
1: amazon.com

#MangaMonday #manga #no6
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+Sordatos Cáceres That is very true. I tend to analyze things I read a lot more now and can appreciate the deeper things past the surface. 
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Yay! I love watching Lucifer! To anyone who has read the Lucifer comics, how does it compare? I thought about picking some up next time I hit the big city comic shop.
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Season of the Mist and the The Kindly Ones for me.
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