[Comics]Aoi umi no sashimi
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Monthly Shonen Magazine Zoukan GREAT
|Japan Released:2000 Monthly Shonen Magazine Zoukan GREAT / End:2002 |
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2008/03/13 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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It was a comedy work that appeared like a mermaid comedy, but it was not a work that adventures closely to the mysterious human race of the ocean floor. Speaking of the content, speaking often, I feel like it is sad, badly speaking. There is no fresh taste in the style, even if it is an appearance character, even if there is a strong human taste as it is, even if there is something, it was likable as it passed through Que sera. Sera as it was, but the mystery of the sea Although the part whose identity ... ... was SF taste added, it seems to be common, and the computer's identity of what is going to destroy the human beings that defile the ocean is imaichi catharsis, Because the last battle was not drawn, I think that such part could not be drawn well.
Whether the ecology of mermaids and other sea animals, only the author who had been designing a monster in Toho's Godzilla series appeared, one after another, sea gigantic organisms like various monsters appeared one after another, a battle It seems like it was good to make it a comedy with friends or making a big fuss, but it seems that they did not do such an adventure, and in that part I can not deny the feeling that it became content which is not interesting.
Although there are various works of these ocean adventure things, this work was made too much royal roads too much, and a story different from the appearance character can ironically use such various elements It seems like I narrowed my gender. Otherwise, we may have hit a little more, as a continuation, a different form of story.
2006/11/07 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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A spin-off work from "Ziba Band Fight", a comic work of a gag cartoon filled with special effects taste in black.
Comics also expected very much with the binding which became Matt PP sticking, but it is not how ordinary manga. A black gag and a sharp nice console hide the ringing, and if you put it in a rough way of speaking it turned out to be a worldwide work for the low age. In the work of Mr. lost these two points, live action in the 70's
I reconfirmed that it would be like a comicalized work of anime work (The comic version of YAT was such an impression, too). Sorry.