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The Mammoth Book of Best New Manga 3 I honestly didn t think I ll like this as much as I just did I couldn t stop flipping over to the next page and the next and then the next once I started Haha With the idea of offering readers a varied taste of manga from around the world, this definitely does its job superbly As with all collections, there are those you like and those you don t I did enjoy reading a lot of them Favourites of course were Ed and Ecchi by Shari Chankhamma, My Robot by Paul Harrison Davies, Snowfall by Rainbow Buddy, A Dream in Garden by Xia Da, White by Sofia Falkenhem and Moon The Essential Collection For Every Reader Intrigued By Manga, This Features The Most Exciting New Work In 2007 2008 By The Brightest Young Talents In The Manga Field Comic Strip Stories And Characters Influenced Or Inspired By Japanese Anime And Manga, And Now Being Produced Worldwide This Newest Compilation Of 25 Self Contained Manga In Every Genre Imaginable, And A Few Besides Contributors Include Award Winning Artists, As Well A Host Of New Talent, For A Fully Essential Collection. An assortment of styles and lengths of illustrated stories Some are in full color This collection attempts to give readers a taste of a wide variety of manga comics from action and suspense to teen romances to cutesy animal cartoons As with any wide ranging collection, there were some I enjoyed a great deal and others I did not like at all. This book made me decide I don t like Manga Some of the stories were OK Overall, however, I did not enjoy reading this book at all At least part of that is just personal preference I don t enjoy having to think too hard when I m reading something I skimmed some of it overall i liked it but my favorite story was definitely the one about the two friends in college. Some were great and some I just skimmed or skipped. When I initially started this book about 5 or so years ago, I would go through and select stories to read at whim Realizing it s now or never, I sat down and read it, cover to cover I was able to better appreciate the variation of story presentations and the artwork this time around Story styles range from science fiction and fantasy to mundane and heartfelt tales Art styles are fairly diverse, from realistic manga style to angular or even chibi styles As the book highlights, most are presented in full color unless the story was originally presented in black and white I get the feeling some were introductions or excerpts to longer running stories while others were completely one shot tales Another way to describe this book could be stated as manga short stories My criticism may not be as in depth or discerning as someone who is I m kind of surprised by how cheap they used to sell this manga for 9.99, according to the cover , because it s in full colour and almost 450 pages.Of the 33 stories in this collection, my 10 favourites were, in the order they appear in the book Pilot not the art per se, but the interactions between characters Beginnings made me tear up Ed Ecchi recognizable feelings i

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