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#MangaMonday has returned! 10 hour car rides give you a lot of time to read new manga, so I decided to jump into Owari no Serafu or in English Seraph of the End.


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.


Seraph of the End(Owari no Serafu) is a Japanese dark fantasy manga series written by Takaya Kagami and illustrated by Yamato Yamamoto with storyboards by Daisuke Furuya. It is published by Shueisha on Jump SQ and in English by Viz Media on Weekly Shonen Jump.

An anime adaptation by Wit Studio was announced on August 28, 2014. The first part of the anime premiered in Japan on April 4, 2015 and ended on June 20, 2015. The second part of the anime began airing on October 10, 2015. A series of light novels focused on Yu's superior, Guren Ichinose, has been written by Kagami and iIllustrated by Yamamoto. ^


About Seraph of the End:
The series is set in a world where a virus has ravaged the global populace and leaving only children under the age of thirteen untouched; in its wake, vampires and other strange creatures appear from beneath the earth. A young man, Yuichiro "Yu" Hyakuya, sets out to kill the vampires after one kills almost all the members from his orphanage. ^


B-Chan's Review:
Seraph of the End is manga filled with the power of friendship/your chosen "family" and teamwork, but also touches on the darkness and greed of humanity. Set in a post-apocalyptic world where vampires rule, but twisting and turning as we try to figure out just how they got there. I enjoy the main three characters and the mystery involved with them, but some of the side characters lack development. With just 46 chapters, there is plenty of room for growth and it keeps me wondering where this last twist is going to take us. Personally I wouldn't call it a great read, but definitely a good one. See for yourself and let me know what you think!



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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^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seraph_of_the_End
^^ http://owarinoseraph.wikia.com/wiki/Owari_no_Seraph
Image 1: owarinoseraph.wikia.com
Image 2: Weekly Shonen Jump
Image 3: owarinoseraph.wikia.com





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Continuing with Tokyo Ghoul this week with Tokyo Ghoul:re!
 

Sticking to a theme this week with #MangaMonday and following up with the sequel to Tokyo Ghoul (Toukyou Kushu), Tokyo Ghoul:re!

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.


Tokyo Ghoul:re is a Japanese manga series by Sui Ishida and a sequel to Tokyo Ghoul. It was serialized in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump beginning October 16, 2014 and is still ongoing. Tokyo Ghoul:re has been collected in 6 tankōbon volumes. ^


About Tokyo Ghoul:re:
In Tokyo, an unchanging despair is lurking. Mysterious man-eating beings, ghouls, run rampant in Tokyo. Living hidden during everyday life, the existence of ghouls, whose true identities are shrouded in mystery, permanently terrorizes Tokyo's residents. At CCG, the sole institution that investigates and resolves cases related to ghouls, Haise Sasaki has been assigned a certain mission. While dealing with the unruly four problem children known as "Quinx", Haise's days of suffering begin...?! ^^


B-Chan's Review:
Although Tokyo Ghoul:re is a sequel, it immediately takes on a different perspective from the original. While the original manga focused more around the world of the ghouls, Tokyo Ghoul:re mainly focuses around the opposite world of the CCG, the ghoul investigators. Reading a story from the opposing side makes the Tokyo Ghoul world that much more interesting as the lines between who is good and who is bad begin to blur even more. (Some may consider these spoilers, so read on at your own risk.) At first the story seems almost completely separate from the original, aside from some reoccurring characters. Being the impatient person that I am, it threw me off at first because what I really wanted was answers to questions left from the original manga; but worry not fellow impatient ones, your answers will come in due time. Aside from this being a sequel, I think Tokyo Ghoul:re has good grounds to stand on its own as well and I would have enjoyed it had it not been tied to Tokyo Ghoul prior. The new characters, their history, and motives are built up even more-so than many of the originals, but the added insight into some of the ghouls keep you invested in their side as well. In my opinion, the manga is just getting to the best part so jump on it now!



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/Tokyo_Ghoul and paraphrased by B-Chan
^^ http://tokyoghoul.wikia.com/wiki/Tokyo_Ghoul:re
Image 1: http://tokyoghoul.wikia.com/wiki/Tokyo_Ghoul:re
Image 2: youtube.com
Image 3: mangadoom.co
Image 4: http://tokyoghoul.wikia.com/wiki/Tokyo_Ghoul:re




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Sharing this week's #MangaMonday for your enjoyment. ☺
 

#MangaMonday has returned and I have been sucked into a hole of dark manga lately with this week being no different. Today I present to you: Tokyo Ghoul (Toukyou Kushu)!

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.


Tokyo Ghoul is a Japanese manga series by Sui Ishida. It was serialized in Shueisha's seinen manga magazine Weekly Young Jump between September 2011 and September 2014 and has been collected in fourteen tankōbon volumes as of August 2014. A sequel titled Tokyo Ghoul:re began serialization in the same magazine in October 2014 and a prequel titled Tokyo Ghoul: JACK ran online on Jump Live.

A 12-episode anime television series adaptation by studio Pierrot aired on Tokyo MX between July and September 2014. A 12-episode second season, Tokyo Ghoul √A, which follows an original story, began airing on January 8, 2015 and concluded on March 26, 2015. In North America, Viz Media is publishing the manga while Funimation has licensed the anime series for streaming and home video distribution. The anime was obtained by Madman Entertainment for digital distribution in Australia and New Zealand. ^


About **Tokyo Ghoul:
The story follows Ken Kaneki, a college student who barely survives a deadly encounter with Rize Kamishiro, his date who reveals herself as a ghoul, and he is taken to the hospital in critical condition. After recovering, Kaneki discovers that he underwent a surgery that transformed him into a half-ghoul. This was accomplished because some of Rize's organs were transferred into his body, and now, like normal ghouls, he must consume human flesh to survive. The ghouls who manage the coffee shop "Anteiku" take him in and teach him to deal with his new life as a half-ghoul. Some of his daily struggles include fitting in to the ghoul society, as well as keeping his identity hidden from his human companions. ^^


B-Chan's Review:
At first, I didn't think Tokyo Ghoul was going to be my kind of manga. My sister-in-law showed me a few episodes of the anime and by episode 3 or 4, I wasn't convinced. After putting it on the back burner for several months, I somehow had the thought to continue when Katie(my sister-in-law) told me to read the manga instead. With only 143 chapters I figured I could get through it rather quickly, but with it being more of a dialogue heavy manga, the time it took me to read it seemed to have doubled.

To me, Tokyo Ghoul is all about Ken Kaneki's descent into darkness and his longing to hold onto his humanity. The psychological changes of Kaneki's personality was what really brought me into this one and kept me unable to put it down. A few people have even told me that reading the things Kaneki had to endure throughout the series was almost too much for them to bear. Although the action in Tokyo Ghoul is on par with many of the other top manga out there, the intellectual side is much more compelling. I did, however, find the artwork in the action scenes to be hard to follow at times with many unnecessary lines leading to nowhere. Ishida[the mangaka] seemed to change scenes quite a bit and with the many different transformations and attires of the characters, it sometimes took me a few panels to figure out just who I was looking at. The ending of the manga came quite quickly, almost as if the last few chapters were a rush to finish the series, and left you with too many unanswered questions for my liking. I did begin the sequel, Tokyo Ghoul:re, which addresses some things I had been wondering from Tokyo Ghoul, but without reading :re, I may not have enjoyed Tokyo Ghoul as much as I did. Overall it is definitely worth the read and Tokyo Ghoul:re has me hooked again; but we'll talk more about that once I catch up with the reading.




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/Tokyo_Ghoul
Image 1: http://en.wikipedia.com
Image 2: http://amazon.com
Image 3: http://tokyoghoul.wikia.com



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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!


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




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http://ow.ly/8wTl3024Jis - The first photos from the set of Netflix's Death Note film hit the web! Nate Wolff takes the stage as L.
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You'd think by the 4th house I'd have this house buying thing down, but no. The suspense is still killing me!! I'm a mess sitting by the phone waiting to hear if we have a house for my child to grow up in or not. Will someone just give me an answer?! 
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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
Image 1: myanimelist.net
Image 2: mangareader.net
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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!


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




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