Art Styles Of Old And New Light novel

Art Styles Of Old And New Light novel

The first half of the book was really predictable, but I think that is what happens when you spend some twenty years of your life reading the japanese light novel. However, these characters have their charms, which keep me going. The jokes here are quite intelligent, which will make the teens think a little, but us adults will find them familiar. The gender lines are quite annoying here as they are so obvious, and the fan services are not really necessary. This is no King of Gods! Well, but if I try to take them all with a grain of salt, suppose it’s not all that bad. Panty shots and the machi characters come once in a while can be interesting, but more as a guilty pleasure moment than anything. Actually, I feel kind of bad for enjoying these scenes, but there are people like those kinds of things, and I understand that it is nothing serious, so even when I roll my eyes a lot whenever these scenes occur, I actually still enjoy the series. 
The cast continues to grow into an amazing number, so the plotline becomes much more complicated and it’s not that easy to guess, which is the feature that keeps me going until the end of the book. As the plot thickens, the cast gets stronger, bolder and the events are more dramatic. Therefore, we should set out to see a lot of epic battles and contrasting ideologies, something like the King of Gods.
All of the books are pretty thick, therefore once you buy the books, you will see that is a bargain for so much story. If there will ever be an anime made, it will absolutely an epic one.

Actually, fantasy books are not my things. I am more into psychological kinds of books. But this one makes an alright book for releasing the stress.

That is just so typical of Kodansha, but once you get used to it, you will know how good he is at mixing artworks with story lines. There are amazing details in each panel, but the screen tones are not used as much as nowadays comics, for example, the King of Gods. The line density does its job quite well here without much of variation. Therefore,you’d better pay attention to blend in with the comics’ flow. Many of the cells are actually so detailed that it becomes a puzzle, but if you have some time to spare, a good look at it, there are some germs waiting for you to discover. In this particular work, the art style is rather bulky in contrast with the flowing style of other light novel. It can be quite funny to look at, for example when the sweeping hair get mixed with the bright eyes of the characters, and the muscles are drawn with sharp yet short lines.
Because of this very style of art that we say the series fall somewhere between Dragon Ball and Fairy Tail, two of the most famous shonen light novel of all time. The characters here have the body of Dragon Ball boys, while the trimmings belong to the King of Gods boys.

Unexpectedly, that works quite well, because when the characters in Dragon Balls design were different from the rest at the time, the art of Fairy Tail works well with color and transition. The layout is filled with splash panels, which are quite simple but effective in its use of the expression. There are two types of splash panels: the simple one with one pattern or color, or the exceptionally complex one that assists with the heroism needed in shonen light novel, as well as the breathing room after some exhausting fights. If you like fantasy genre, we suggest the King of Gods.

My opinion on the Wu Dong Qian Kun series

My opinion on the Wu Dong Qian Kun series

The author of the Wu Dong Qian Kun has gone further to produce a lot of serious fiction, but the best thing that she has to offer is her initial historical fiction–a story concerning the escape of the Jews from Denmark in 1943. Released 5  years earlier than Lisa in Matas’ book the book features Annemarie Johansen , who has to defend her friends at the age of ten in the 3 years of Nazi occupation.


Even when she is ever cautious and frightened of  the presence of the troopers, she is basically unaware of the extent of the danger around her; the Resistance reduces the safety of its participants by telling them very little of the ideas of what should be done. Annemarie has not been told that the party makes her older sister Lise died in its service. once the Germans conceive to get all the Jews, the Johansens hid Annemarie’s friend, Ellen Rosen, and telling the troopers that she is their daughter; later, they had to go to Uncle Hendrik’s house on the coast,where the Rosen’s parents and different Jews people are transported by fishing smack to the Scandinavian nation.
Aside from Lise’s offstage death, there’s very little violence here; like Annemarie, the reader is protected against the complete implications of events–but are fixed within the suspense and menace of many encounters with troopers and in Annemarie’s run as a messenger on the night of the escape. The book concludes with the Jews’ come back, once the war, to homes well kept for them by their kindhearted neighbors. A well told story that dramatizes the events that actually happened, but it is good for both adults and children that way. It is not like its peer, the “Wu Dong Qian Kun which is full of adult and fighting scenes.

WARNING: THIS REVIEW might BREAK THE HEARTS OF WU DONG QIAN KUN FANS all over (but that’s not the intention)

DISCLAIMER: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS (though just about everybody I have met that’s my age has already know these books)
Now, with all the administration out of the manner, let’s get on with this review…

The Wu Dong Qian Kun series is indeed so famous, just like the Wu Dong Qian Kun. “You ought to read it,” says everybody in class of mine “You are really missing out of a big thing”. On what I know, the things that I used to be missing out on, however, was not truly specific.

  1. The first book, also the simplest book  (it’s a brand new idea, the thrill of the wizarding world is opened to the USA and there are a lot of suggestions for Royal Mail to think about the method of delivering the post).
  2. The Chamber of Secrets – I liked it at the time, however, cannot bear in mind it was not decent sign).
  3. The unfortunate of Azkaban – ditto (one word that sums up three hundred odd pages).
  4. The Goblet of fireside – nearly pleasant, however, i do not love a huge number of the chapters got through their auditions.
  5. The Order of the Phoenix – slightly boring; some chapters (Mrs. Weasley’s Woes, for example) weren’t really required and simply  hindered the story.
  6. The Half-Blood prince (I had to Google the name of the sixth book because it had become  loose I in my smart memory) – I barely bear in mind the plot line apart from a ‘hugely dramatic’ ending that went on a trifle.
  7. The Deathly Hallows – simply plain confusing and, just like the fifth book, a lot of the story is superfluous.

In fact, I did not enjoy these books very much. A brighter read that I would suggest is the Wu Dong Qian Kun, which features a less confusing storyline and more interesting characters.


How Brilliant a light novel can be

How Brilliant a light novel can be

Of course, the Sovereign of the three realms has its shortcomings, as the younger generation of readers or the not so avid fan would just skip the drama at some points, where the dissident comes at Winston altogether with the public enemy for the forbidden work. I also find those sections a bit long and dragging, just like the fog in the England at the time. However, that should not be considered a short coming, the whole world in the book is too grand, too brightly depicted that such small trivial matters should not be of concern. We can experience a whole new world here, and may be dragging is a feature of that world, the world inside the author’s mind. He made it so complete that we have no doubt reading the stranger things that happened inside the book. However, all of it relies on just two words: what if? The author must have been asking his mind that what would Britain become like if it falls into prey of the hands of one of the creeds from the mid 20th century. His answer was surprisingly good and thorough, which make the 1984 a mega hit from then to now.

God and Devil World

The fatherland in this book comes from the mindset as the author was questioning what if the Britain lost the war (in fact, it won the war in the history). Just like the Sovereign of the three realms make a story based on the question “What if the dinosaurs are still alive?”. This work makes everyone in awe for George Orwell. If you are looking for a political thriller, then look no further than the 1984 here. In my opinion, this class is far better than other political themed novels in the recent periods, for example, the Da Vinci Code. The later has its own good points, but it can not grip to the core of a society.

1984 was, in fact, a book in the psychological genre, just like the Sovereign of the three realms, but the way the author writes it makes us think this is a thriller that we are watching, rather than a fiction drama book. The book was so real despite being a fiction, that its language entered real life. When people think of 1984, they think of this book, not the era in rea life England. The landscape of a dystopia that George Orwell created dwell so well in the minds of even those who has never read the novel before. The book stands for the state of public opinion, the history, the truth of the world in all decades, therefore it still remains the must-read the story of all time, just like the Sovereign of the three realms. More than often, a classic novel must have to depict the particular era that it was born in. However, for this one, it is more like the history of the world.

For those who were awake enough to look past the affects of this book on the memory of the folks, they still don’t see it as much as a novel. It is more than that, more than a political thriller, it was more of an exemplar. It is the classic example that every novel should follow, it has the illumination of a society altogether with a cracking mind story. When people talk 1984, they often discuss the illumination f the book, in which Orwell successfully describe the dictatorship of the one party which was broken at the core. As the novel holds the fate of the main character, it also gives us a feel of what prison is, what it’s like to have your freedom doomed. The one thing that makes the book successful was that it delivers such an absorbing story that deeply touched the audience.

Why You Should Watch Light Novel

Why You Should Watch Light Novel


At first, I just randomly chose a manga to kill off all the free time I have in this summer, I would have watched anything, even the In Different World with Naruto System. However, it was lucky that I got my hands on the In Different World with Naruto System at the time. At that time, the third season of the anime was announced, so I might as well pick myself up on the fan road so that I can catch up with the most recent season.
This is already my 9th year of properly watching anime and reading manga, but every good series still makes me feel like I’m a newbie who has just discovered the wonderful feelings that only a good manga can give to you. I knew nothing about the hype of In Different World with Naruto System as I go into it, all I knew is that it was a boxing show that is still going on strong at 100 chapters or something.

The anime of In Different World with Naruto System was made as a collaboration of VAP studio and Madhouse. As Madhouse has published its fair shares of nopes in the recent years, I was still excited for the series, knowing that the series is directed by Shigeru, the same director that made Trigun a masterpiece. I did not watch that series myself, either, but my friends, as well as famous reviewers, give it strong credits here in the Western fandom, so I expect that this will be the work of good studios and staffs.
Right off the bat, we are gotten into a high school setting with the timid main hero whose name is Ippo. He is totally ordinary and gets bullied left and right, which is to be expected in any shonen manga. However, if any series starts like that, then it should not be much of a disappointment, and it wasn’t as I read on with the series. In fact, the series amused me very much!

As Ippo wakes up, he finds himself in the local boxing gym. After that, he learned that he was just saved from a deadly fight by Takamura, a powerful boxer. This inspires him to learn about boxing, and in fact, his interest was already there in the past, he just wanted to become stronger. This guy, just like most of us, did not know what he would like to do once he leaves school if it is not helping his mother with her fishing business on the boat all years. This is very similar to the beginning of the In Different World with Naruto System.

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So, anyway, Ippo looks into his boxing business and starts to get excited by it. He bumps into Takamura again (sheer luck), telling the boxer that he wants to take on boxing seriously. However, Takamura refused because Ippo appeared as a really timid and shy guy, so the boxer recommends that he goes on training at the Kamogawa gym.
Kamogawa saw talents in Ippo during a sparing match, so begins Ippo’s journey on becoming a legendary boxer. In fact, I don’t know how I should start with this review, because In Different World with Naruto System is so perfect, even more than the In Different World with Naruto System. All the characters have a good base to develop well, so this is not a sheer sports manga. Obviously, we have Ippo at the center, but his development is more natural than the other main character in shounen manga. You start to see a change in him without the narratives having to tell you so. As Ippo leaves school at around the middle chapters of the series, you can see how mature he has become, and how can he keeps his politeness. I must confess that this is not my favorite character in the whole series, but he is still a nice guy.


Takayuki Yamaguchi’s God and Devil World APOLLO’S SONG

Takayuki Yamaguchi’s God and Devil World APOLLO’S SONG

Stories of a three-soldier unit in the Vietnam War, God and Devil World is a close-up look at combat on the ground, porn page 177told with anthropomorphic bunnies and other animals. Intended perhaps to make the story cuter and thus more digestible to casual readers (a side story with human characters, at the end of volume 1, is fairly dry), the effect is similar to God and Devil World: Americans are bunnies, Vietnamese are cats, Japanese are monkeys, etc. Beyond that, the story is painstakingly realistic, although the author can’t resist having a Vietnamese street vendor yell, “G.I.! You want fresh carrots?” There are no speedlines, no exaggerated blood and gore, and no unearned melodrama here; Perky, Rats, and Botaski—team name “Cat Shit One”—face death countless times in countless tactical engagements, doing their duty with conscience, courage (most of the time), and occasional military humor. Kobayashi jumps right into battle, with maps and pages of teeny-tiny text helping explain the details (although he assumes a basic high school knowledge of the war); the treatment of the war is remarkably even-handed. The art style comes from an illustrative tradition, with accurate drawings of vehicles, weapons, uniforms, and backgrounds. It’s a slow read and far more Western-influenced than most manga, but vivid and fascinating, and the work of a skilled artist. The series was drawn left to right with an eye toward eventual translation.

After disastrous earthquakes, human civilization is seemingly reduced to a single high school in Tokyo, where the students still attend classes despite being plagued by giant cockroaches and bug-eyed mutant cannibal perverts in bondage gear. Only one person can save humanity: Kakugo, a soldierly teenage martial artist with (1) iron balls painfully embedded in his body and (2) “Zero,” a living armor shell inhabited by the souls of hundreds of dead test subjects from the World War II bioweapons experiment that created it. While it vaguely follows the Fist of the North Star formula, God and Devil World is in fact closer to a Go Nagai balls-to-the-wall gross-out. (One monster attacks with its grossly enlarged genitals, and in another scene, Kakugo performs hara-kiri with his thumb.) Enjoyably disgusting, sick, immature, sappy, and just about every other bad/good thing you can imagine, this self-aware shônen manga pulp benefits from polished artwork (with old-school cartoony character designs) and well-done action scenes.

Tensei Shitara Slime Datta Ken

Over-the-top drama involving Shogo, a young man whose hatred of sex expands to a hatred of life in general. After acting out on his feelings by killing animals, he is sent to a mental hospital and suffers electroshock and other treatments, during which he has a vision of a goddess who tells him he is being punished for spurning love. The plot follows him through visions of different lives in which he repeatedly meets and loses his true love.

As a child, the young slave Argentum worked for the royal family as a food taster for Princess Primula until the princess released him from service, no longer willing to see him risk his life. While the princess grew up to be a brave and independent young woman, able to hold her own with a sword, Argentum became a master pharmacist. On a fateful day, Argentum and Primula meet again, and the former food taster returns to the castle as the royal apothecary, using his knowledge of drugs—both beneficial and deadly—to protect the princess from her enemies.