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April 26, 2019

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How to Build a World in One Piece

One Piece Shueisha (JP)/Madman Entertainment (AU), July 19, 1997-present Writer: Eiichiro Oda During the early 2000s, three manga titles were universally regarded as “The Big Three”. These were Eiichiro Oda’s “One Piece” (1997-present), Masashi Kishimoto’s “Naruto” (1999-2014), and Tite Kubo’s “Bleach” (2001-present). The three titles make up a triumvirate of iconic teen action themes –

Prison School: Panties, Cleavages, and a Well-Written Story Underneath

Prison School (review) (Kodansha, February 2011-onwards) Writer: Akira Hiramoto “Prison School” is a manga franchise written and illustrated by Japanese writer Akira Hiramoto. It started serialization in Kodansha’s Weekly Young Magazine on 7 February 2011 and continues to this day. “Prison School” has spawned an anime series and a live action TV series along the

The Undead Hunters of Tokyo

Tokyo Ghoul Vol 1 Shueisha Inc (Japanese original) 2011; Viz Media (English translation) June 2015 Writer: Sui Ishida Review by DG Stewart, 8 January 2016 “Kodokushi” is the Japanese word for “lonely death”: a common enough phenomenon in Japan where haunting alienation from the community is prevalent as a consequence of, amongst other things, Japan’s

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