from MangaUpdates: Kimijima is a freelance worker who seeks to become a contributing member of society. After a night of passion with a beautiful woman goes wrong, he finds himself rushing to make an early job interview. However, the interviewer turns out to be the woman with whom he spent the previous night.
I'll post more pics later.
Posted on: October 08, 2007, 05:07:19 PMYou can find volume 1 & 2 scanlated @ Solaris-SVU.
from Kotonoha: It would seem we have saved all our good projects for the final quarter of the year. In addition to Happiness, we bring you Historie, the breathtaking historical epic by Hitoshi Iwaaki of Parasyte fame. And since it’s so insanely good, we launch this project not with just one or two chapters, but five! We owe this remarkable feat to Reiu who is translating this manga in record time. Hopefully our next update will see the completion of volume 1.
done his works with athletic (suzuka) and basketball (cross over) i would like to see he start to make a manga about BILLIARD, ahahaha just joking. i just finished reading Breakshot from maekawa takeshi and i want more.
Somehow the link for volume 19 does not allow me to download the manga. Can anyone help me or give me another link where I can downlaod volume 19. Much obliged. Posted on: September 24, 2007, 04:40:51 AM MediaFire just does not work as download for blade of the immortal. Can someone upload to a different site. Thanks
However in the "western" world seinen=seinen(jap)! For example Yotsuba is not directed at 18+ male people in i.e. Germany, US, but has a huge cross over appeal (not sure if it's the same in Japan) and therefore isn't categorised as "16+" (no manga here has a 18+ label ;)). So what is "Seinen" for Japanese might not be "Seinen" to western people, same with "hentai" which doesn't exist in that form in Japan. Basically what I wanted to say is that people in the "western" world think differently of "seinen" than the Japanese will...and therefore only mature/gory/adult manga are under the "seinen" or "16+" label in the western world. This has a lot of reasons, one certainly being sale figures another one cultural background etc...