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Quite simply, a spectacular exercise in comics art, a kinetic, breathless rush of a read … a perfect example of how different, how incredible, how staggeringly great Manga can be and you simply should miss it”– Comicon.com in Japanese). Shogakukan. Archived from the original on October 25, 2020 . Retrieved October 25, 2020. Ryoko (stylized as RYOKO) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Kaito Mitsuhashi. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from October 2016 to June 2019, with its chapters collected in five tankōbon volumes. They're also possibly a reference to a character from the creator's previous work, Gurren-Lagann, in which Nia Teppelin had flower-shaped irises, which are further a reference to Nono from Diebuster. Ryuko is an excellent manga that delves into the gritty world of crime. The story follows Ryuko, as she navigates a dangerous underworld filled with deception and violence. This manga is known for successfully weaving a complex web of crime, corruption, and betrayal, drawing readers into a dark underworld.

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Honnouji Academy ( 本能字学園, Honnōji Gakuen) is a fictional high school situated in Tokyo Bay, Japan, on the island of Honnō City. The school is dominated by its fearsome student council led by their president Satsuki Kiryuin. The students wear Goku Uniforms ( 極制服, Gokuseifuku) [c] which give their wearers superhuman abilities because they are constructed with a special material known as Life Fibers ( 生命戦維, Seimei Sen'i, lit. "Life Battle-Fibers"). Honnouji Academy and Honnō City feature a stratified class structure, in which higher-ranked students are allowed to obtain more powerful Goku Uniforms. This in turn affects the social status of the student's family. Oct 28 NBA Star Rui Hachimura Gets Animated and Possibly Saves the World in New Crayon Shin-chan EpisodeOf course, if we’ve missed any of your favorites, feel free to comment below and we’ll get them added on!

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A true manga tour de force, the two-part series follows the bloody and chaotic life of Ryuko, the head of a Yakuza crime family. Ryuko rules with an iron fist and with her ever-faithful sword at her side. Romano, Aja (April 3, 2014). "Kill La Kill: How the year's most polarizing anime became a smash hit". The Daily Dot. Archived from the original on May 26, 2015 . Retrieved April 20, 2015. Written and illustrated by Kaito Mitsuhashi, Ryoko was preceded by a work titled Ryoko Meet Meal!!, for which Mitsuhashi, at 21, won the Shin Shedai Sunday Award (New Generation Sunday Award) for his work in December 2015. [2] [3] Takenori Ichihara, Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday editor-in-chief, decided to make Ryoko a serialized work, being the first time in 38 years that an editor-in-chief directly chooses a newcomer's work to being serialized in the magazine, since Rumiko Takahashi's Kattena Yatsura ( Urusei Yatsura prototype) in 1978. It was also the first time that a newcomer award-winning work would be serialized in Weekly Shōnen Sunday, since Obi wo Gyutto Ne! [ ja] by Katsutoshi Kawai [ ja] (1989 debut) and Ushio and Tora by Kazuhiro Fujita (1990 debut). [2] [4] In the post-credits, Nui shows up, looming large over the Academy. She presents the now completed Shinra-Kōketsu to Ragyō, who puts it on and prepares to finish off her daughters.

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In Episode 20, Ryūko fell victim to Ragyō's trap and was "worn" by Junketsu, Satsuki's former Kamui. While being worn by Junketsu, Ryūko's personality underwent a complete reversal: she became battle-crazed and bloodthirsty, turning against her own allies. Additionally, her strength and speed increased dramatically. After the mental control was dispelled, Ryūko felt furious and disgusted for having been forced to wear Junketsu, promptly and forcibly tearing it off. Ryuko has a choice to make, but it's tough when good and evil appear to be two sides of the same coin... Unfortunately for Light, his actions attract a skillful young detective named L Lawliet. What ensues between the two are cat-and-mouse-themed antics that will leave readers craving for more. With its well-written cast and unique handling of supernatural aspects, Death Note is a masterfully crafted tale that’ll leave you speechless.

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Same solid 3-3.5 stars as vol 1—but for slightly different reasons. The narrative is now more clear and focused, but there are some tonal shifts that didn’t cohere with the world established in vol 1. Some of our side characters get a little lost and forgotten, likely because the story wants to remain lean, mean, and propulsive, and couldn’t find the proper balance. Not quite as visually messy as the first volume, but the story basically explodes all over the place — it’s about family, it’s about destiny, it’s about US Imperialism, it’s about covert nastiness, it’s about the Empress of a worldwide crime organization choosing yo be one a Buddhist nun, and and and…. Most frustrating is tgat Ryuko herself, the center of this and the story’s lynchpin, is woefully undeveloped…other characters are much more rounded, even as action girl Ryuko comes roaring down the middle.Dark, political, and thrilling, Buronson’s Sanctuary is a fascinating tale about crime. In it, we follow two partners named Akira and Chiaki. They’re on a mission to create a new version of Japan with a better scope of politics. Akira vows to control the Yakuza while Chiaki wants to become Japan’s new prime minister and we’ll examine our duo’s journey toward their respective goalposts. Titan Comics making Ryuko available to manga fans outside of Japan not only makes good business sense, it opens up a whole new market for those clamoring for comics that push artistic barriers like the North American comic industry used to do. It’s astounding that one of the best, must-own comics of 2019 was originally published in 2011. Volume Two of Ryuko comes out in October. Review Summary pronounced [kʲiɾɯ̟ᵝ ɾa̠ kʲiɾɯ̟ᵝ]. The title puns on the English word kill (pronounced kiru in Japanese approximation) and the Japanese verbs kiru (切る, "cut, slice, carve"), and kiru (着る, "wear (on the upper part of the body)"); ra can be read as 裸 ("naked") or 羅 ("light clothing, silk"). [5] [6] I really wanted to find a character that was at the heart of the story, and read about that character, but in fact, even the title character is often not the central one, and there are so many story fragments that it's often painfully confusing to figure out what story is supposed to be the important one. It covers a total of 28 years, I think, and several countries, with at least one character whose life or death affects the story repeatedly. The thing is, we never find out for sure whether she's alive or dead. a b c Bailey, Kat; Sliva, Marty (January 30, 2014). "9 Anime That Would Make Great Video Games". IGN . Retrieved April 20, 2015. Article was updated from its original. Bailey, Kat (January 30, 2015). "6 Animes[ sic] That Would Make Great Video Games". Archived from the original on February 16, 2014.

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