Karneval, Vol. 1
Publish date: February 10th 2011
Pages no: 194
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Asian Literature
, Sequential Art
, Japanese Literature
Series: Karneval (#1)
Um, yeah. I'm in love. This manga - or at least this volume, and I assume the manga will actually get better as it goes on - is really, really beautiful.The artwork is beautiful, yes. Some of the proportions are a little odd. Nai's neck can be as thin as a pencil and Hirato's head looks really small...
So I recently finished watching the Karneval anime, and since it was a short release of about 13 episodes, once the last volume aired last week, I figured the natural thing to do was to combat its ending after having gotten so involved with it and its characters by reading the manga series. And boy ...
So when this last season of anime debuts happened, I saw that Karneval was among them... and right away I took to the interesting character designs and animation. It was bright, vivid, colorful, and the characters looked amazing. Well, naturally, I had to go and watch it... and I was NOT disappointe...
Read more of my reviews at Secrets of Lost Words.Rating: BI haven't read any manga in a long time now and I decided to dive back into that world with Karneval, Vol. 1 by Touya Mikanagi. Karneval is a refreshing manga as we went in without knowing anything. We immediately get introduced to an innocen...
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