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    Sachiko & Neko-sama by KARASAWA Nawoki



    Sachiko & Neko-sama
    By: Karasawa Nawoki
    Genre: Comedy, School Life
    Serialized In: Comic Beam
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    Sachiko Usurai just wants an easygoing school life, and make some friends. But her head is inhabited by a strange being she refers to as "Neko-sama." A representation of her karma, in the form of a cat. These creatures that resemble animals, have been carried by humans for generations and generations; and are said to influence a person's fate.

    My take: Karasawa doesn't pull any punches in his works, which are like a parody of manga in general. This is also best enjoyed if you already have a certain amount of background in reading manga. Think something like To-Love-Ru, or any other high school comedy for that matter, but somehow actually funny.
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    Re: Sachiko & Neko-sama

    Funny manga. Agree or be wrong.

    Anyhoo, I've got a couple more chapters ready to be released by the end of next month (which coincidentally or not is Mangascreener's 10th anniversary).

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