Really like the style of this one.
August 20, 2014
Rejoice, the update is here , and sorry for the wait, but I’m a lazy bastard .
From a genius in the world of Bande Dessinée comics, Nicolas de Crécy comes La Republique du Catch (the Republic of Pro-Wrestling), a 200 page comic serialized in Ultra Jump from July 2014 to January 2015. It’s a story about Mario, a piano salesman who aspires to gain favor in the eyes of Bernice, a member of the Republic of Pro-Wrestling.
Fujiyama-san is 181 cm (approx. 5′ 11”) and she is the ace player for her school’s volleyball team. Kanba-kun is 160 cm (approx. 5′ 3″) and has known Fujiyama since their preschool years. With his prankster friends, Kanba peaks into the girl’s locker room right when Fujiyama is undressing. From then on, he could not get the image of Fujiyama out of his mind, so he decides to ask her out. She says yes. Enjoy their naive and secretive relationship as Kanba ogles his tall girlfriend in many different situations.
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July 24, 2014
One of the surveillance ships of the company Ferret went missing for some time. Once the ship was found, all 95 members aboard the ship were completely missing. No trace of their existence was found aboard the ship.
Masato’s sister works for Ferret, and he was tasked to bring her supplies for the upcoming work to investigate this mysterious ship that returned without her crew. He meets a beautiful girl named Uto at the company, who also had a brother that worked for Ferret and went missing inside the ship. Now Masato and Uto must embark on a mission to discover the mysteries of the unknown island where the missing crew has been left.
The closing stages of Sengoku (Warring States) Japan. A setting commonly explored in Japanese manga through vivid scenes of gory battles, samurai, and feats of bravery, honour, and loyalty. Iwaaki Hitoshi dares to go against the popular grain by not focusing on the 3 famous unifiers, but by depicting stories of a society in transition. Rapidly changing cultural norms and class expectations pit the old versus the young, the war-weary versus the war-mongers, and the parochial versus the foward-thinking. The first story, “Snow Ridge,” explores the changing role of samurai and provinces while the second story, “Sword Dance,” deals with kendo’s early evolution from warfare to art.
Four companions are living in the same mansion. There’re sharing the same school, their family, their future but also…love stories. But now, their journey to become adults is about to begin…
P.S. I don’t usually post shoujo manga but the first chapter caught my attention, so let’s see how it develops .
During the feudal era, warlords were not only in danger from enemies outside the castle, but also from within like their own lieutenants they trusted. To protect themselves, they secretly began to use decoys of themselves. Honda Masanobu was part of Tokugawa Ieyasu’s council and also his closest friend. However, to defend his home country from Oda Nobunaga’s campaign, he leaves his position. During the 10 years on the battlefield, he meets Jirosaburo Motonobu who looks almost identical to his former master. Masanobu comes to realize that Jirosaburo must become Ieyasu’s shadow because of his trustworthy character and battle experience.
July 20, 2014
July 13, 2014
After an incident that left Koh Fujimura grievously injured; losing sight from both eyes, the college student undergoes surgery and miraculously survives. However, this event significantly changes Kou’s life, as he gains extrasensory perception abilities. Soon, a woman appears, and the boy’s life changes overnight.
High-schooler Nishino Aoi is a history nut who’s in the archery class at his school. Due to his skill in archery, he sometimes thinks that he’s more suited to the Sengoku period of Japan. If he lived then, he imagines he might even have a girl like his clubmate Seno-san as his wife. As it is, Seno-san is his friend and the girlfriend of his childhood friend Kouta.
When a mysterious fog covers the school, Aoi gets his chance to experience the Sengoku period first hand. The entire school is transported to a time period that Aoi pinpoints as somewhere between 1576-1582, near to Azuchi Castle. However, things are not as bright as he might have imagined. Armed men accompanying the historical figure Hachisuka Koroku attack the school, brutally murdering teachers and students. Will Aoi and his friends be able to survive this deadly era?
July 9, 2014