[Comics]How to breed kappas
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Yugo Ishikawa Weekly Young Jump SHUEISHA
|Japan Released:2003/02/06(Thu) Weekly Young Jump / End:2010/07/15 |
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2010/05/05 Favorite comment [Original Japanese review]
by 風月の使い手 (Skip) Provider: 27699 Host:27745 Browser: 3023(Mobile)
I like it very much.
I love Hakkakun in Kappa. Then he is ale.
In 2004 I learned about this work in PS2 game. Therefore I thought that elementary school student was the hero clearly.
It was a shock when I realized that a single adult male living in Tokyo who read the original work was the protagonist.
I have a lot of faces, but I do not particularly care.
Although the page per episode is short, I think that it is well organized.
2006/05/04 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 無線機 (Skip) Provider: 16317 Host:16180 Browser: 4487
At the time of serialization, the number of pages is small and easy to read. It would be tough if there were many pages ....
I do not know comics because I never read it, but it looks painful as I read it.
Although it is not a bad content, it seems to be disgusting as it reads without a feeling of jarring.
I like fun because it is quite interesting.
Personally, the story of "ghat" was interesting.
Since the setting age is old, there is a pretty much a Showa story and it feels nice.
I feel that the cucumber does not taste almost like water.
2006/03/21 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 宇宙刑事ジャンギャバン (Skip) Provider: 11709 Host:11909 Browser: 5234
The age of the story is about the Showa 40s, and the world in which Kappa and humans coexist (?) Is a stage.
A word by looking at Kaitan. "I also want to keep Kappa!"
Inside the content that I thought as a comic for youth, in a warm heartedness, the nostalgia for a good old age also makes me feel a glimmer ... What is it?