Sunday #25 (23/05):Quote:
Gin no Saji
Tadashii Kodomo no Tsukurikata!
Area D - Inôryôiki
Hayate no Gotoku!
Be Blues! (Color Page)
Osumojii! Tsukasa no Ikkan
Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi
Kyoukai no Rinne
Saigo wa? Straight!!
Kawasumi Nahomi Monogatari
Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai
Zettai Karen Children
Joujuu Senjin!! Mushibugyo
Kunisaki Izumo no Jijou
Hajimete no Aku (End)
Koutetsu no Hanappashira (Absent)
Saijou no Meii (Absent)
Anagle Mole (Absent till Issue #28)
Cover: Shijou Saikyou no Deshi Kenichi
Lead CP: Kyoukai no Rinne
CP: Tadashii Kodomo no Tsukurikata!
Kami Nomi zo Shiru Sekai (22 pg.)
Absent: Area D - Inôryôiki, Anagle Mole
Cover & Lead CP's of Sunday #25 was intended to Rina Aisawa (Idol).
Just got my first Gessan issue, and it was the one with MIX in it. The magazine overall seems to be mostly slice of life sorts of stories with a few exceptions. I already like the lineup quite a bit, and it's a shame scanners are ignoring the mag.
You should give Anagle mole another shot. With the recent chapters it's become Ueki lite, just with better art.
Dunno about raws, though I think I know a place to get the first couple. I have it bookmarked at home, but I'm at work right now. This place should have up to 10 I think. The series doesn't turn into Ueki's sequel until about chapter 15 or so though, before that it's more like Hajimete no Aku than anything.
I don't like Anagle as much as Ueki or Takkoku, but it's still a pretty fun series.
And I didn't like HnA much either, but it's really only similar in concept. Anagle is far less obnoxious to read as a whole.
Last edited by Galactic Tomahawk; May 23, 2012 at 11:55 AM.
In general though, I like that Fukuchi has this sense of 'energy' and 'fun' in his series that don't rely on a whole lot of fanservice, gore, or being perennially dark and depressing. No matter which work you like be it Takkoku, Anagle, or Ueki, all of the series are a blast to read, which is why I wanna try and translate Anagle till the very end. Ueki was the very first raw manga I bought with my own money, and I still look upon those tanks and think fondly of that decision.