The Chainsaw Man anime is headed our way sometime soon, but in the meantime, enjoy this lovely and colorful piece of the titular character himself, with pastels replacing the often bloody and gory imagery of the series, and by one of the top anime-style artists out there, K-SUWABE. ★ 【K-SUWABE】「 チェンソーマン 」 ☆
Our selection of reviews this week include a couple shoujo titles, a self-published work, a throwback as we dig into the modern classic, The Ancient Magus Bride, and the newest releases from mangaka of Chainsaw Man and ERASED. School Memories While I haven’t read many one-shots, I’m starting to appreciate them as all the ones… Read More Reader’s Corner: Goodbye Eri, Island in a Puddle, and I’m a Wolf, But My Boss is a Sheep!
Bootsleg, Vol. 1 Bootsleg is built like the next big shounen series—all the stars are aligned in its plot: mystical and horrible creatures that steal away children’s family members (and half the hero’s leg); the teaming up of several young people whose powers are awakening; and its own system of powers and fighting, which involves… Read More Reader’s Corner: Sakamoto Days, Nighttime for Just Us Two, and Chainsaw Man (Vol. 10)
Aww, what a lovely looking character. She seems to be quite a nice girl. Anyone know this series? I think it’s called Chainsaw Man and she’s named Makima? I’m sure she must be the happy heroine… ★ 【だおぴ】「 マキマさんまとめ 」 ☆ Reprinted w/permission
I sometimes love to see a semi-realistic rendering of favorite character. Excellent pieces can bring them alive, showing them in an entirely different light. Artist 生ゴミカン is certianly able to do that with these cool fanart pieces depicting Sasuke (Naruto), The Phantom Thieves (Persona 5), our favorite trio from Chainsaw Man + lonely Kobeni, and… Read More Fanart Friday: Semi-Realistic Shounen