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Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Manga Review

Tsubasa: Those with Wings

Tsubasa: Those with Wings, is a manga by Natsuki Takaya, published in 2007. However, it was not published in until 2009. The comic is like most manga, reading from right to left, black and white, and characters with “anime” eyes. There seems to be a theme of I love this entire series, one of the reasons why I chose to write about this volume specifically. The main reason I chose volume three was because it was a bit more romantic than the others, because the main character comes more in touch with her true feelings and thoughts. There are a lot less flash backs in this volume compared to the other, most likely because the climax has been reached and the manga is winding down, but is by no means any less exciting. The manga has bold paneling, and is very detailed with the surroundings and back story. Some of the pages are completely filled by beautifully detailed scenes that make for a great impact. I personally love the format and plot of this manga. Although the paneling is dark and bold, it works wonderfully in some of the softer scenes and somehow still manages to give a very eerie feeling to some of the darker scenes. I also am quite fond of the character development in this manga, it is very well done. Everything that happens happens for a reason unknown to the reader, but then later the reason is revealed, along with a new aspect of a character. The characters never cease to develop, they become deeper beings as the manga goes on, and the reader becomes connected to them whether it be intentional or not. The overall mood of the manga was a melancholy comedy. There were sections that were heartbreakingly sad, but then others that were humorous. An odd combination, but Natsuki pulled it off perfectly.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Birthday Boy Comic


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Final Module Synopsis

For the final module, I can't decided between birthday boy and the man who wasn't there. If I do Birthday Boy, then I will do the scene where he is pretending he is in battle with his father, I would do it like a dream sequence. When he opens the box at home, he will have flash backs of his father dealing with the each item in the box. If I do the man who wasnt there, then I would do a flashbacks that reference who the character is, and why he is being executed. The closer he gets to the electric chair, the more flash backs he will have.

Monday, November 1, 2010

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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Hog Space Adventures

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wordless Comic: Unforgettable Past

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

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