We’re All Cavemen Now
Taiga of Genesis (Sousei No Taiga) of is survival manga involving a group of students being transported seemingly back a million years in the Cenozoic era. Here, these students must quickly adapt to this world where mammoths roam and predators are abundant. Is the cast knowledge from modern world and benefit for them or a hindrance? Mori Kouji, the author, does well to place the reader on foot with the group of capable students.
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The Longest Hero’s Journey
Lets talk Rokudou No Onna-Tachi, a story of an underdog whose persists in spite of it. So for those unaware, this manga takes place with a peaceful kid whose stuck in a delinquent-congested school. There, he and his to friends are constantly bullied and it seems that they will never be at peace at this school. He then receives from a his late grandfather’s gift which imbues a magic mark on his forehead. The next day, it seems that girls have become oddly more attracted to him… Well to be precise, it’s only delinquent girls. This becomes a curse in disguise when the most violent and unbeatable girl crosses path with him and begins to follow him at school – her name is Himawari, Ranna. Continue reading “Rokudou No Onna – Tachi (Ongoing Manga)”
Beastars – Primal Romance
One feeling that encompassed nearly every episode of this series is, “uncomfortable”, and I mean that in the best way. In this world somewhat similar to Zootopia, meaning there are no humans, the story is set in a high-school filled with a myriad amount of animals. However the similarities end there as this takes a much more personal and primal approach to these anthropomorphic characters. In the attempt to focus on the idea of animal base urges, these creatures have been the most relatable characters I’ve seen from an anime in awhile. Continue reading “The Uncomfortable Beauty of Beastars ( Anime)”