I was pleasantly surprised by Adam Sexton and Yali Lin's version of "Romeo & Juliet." The plot stayed true to the original play, and I did not notice that any significant events or details were left out. Overall, it was enjoyable and easy to understand.
The art was full of emotion and detail without being too over-the-top. With some interpretations of classical literature, the art almost seems too modern or futuristic. For me, this makes the whole book or drawing seem awkward. This edition was a good balance of Japanese art and Shakespearean society.
I recommend people to read manga at mangahere.com and mangafox.me. Those two have a lot of mangas in their sites. although mangahere.com may not have some of the mangas that you are looking for go to mangafox.me. They are both good sites to read manga. But those two don't just have manga. If you also enjoy manhwa and manhua they have them too. So they don't just have manga. Sadly not every manga at mangahere and mangafox have all the volumes and chapters the manga you want to read is there, but other sites may not have it too.
Manga series: Black Jack
Recommended ages: 16+
Genre: Medical drama
Author: Osamu Tezuka
Black Jack is a medical drama very much unlike the sappy stuff you see on the TV. Its plot is complicated, yet simple, Its characters mysterious yet interesting and the whole series amazing as a whole. It can get gory at times, which is why the recommend age is 16+, but I'm 13 and I got through the series just fine. The protagonist is an unlicensed doctor under the pseudonym Black Jack. This doctor is notorious for overpricing his treatments but is the master of the scalpel. I...
NOT your typical shoujo manga and if you're gonna read, AVOID THE SPOILERS because the ending will really take you by surprise. I just had to recommend this because it's one of the best shoujo mangas I've ever read (it's in my top 5 fave mangas and believe me, I've read A LOT).
Posted 13 days ago