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Tag Archives: gothic
A cult classic mangaka among shoujo manga enthusiasts, Kaori Yuki has published several notable works in the genre, including Angel Sanctuary—my personal favorite. Her manga all have a markedly distinct flavor: gothic horror. This post is a celebration of that … Continue reading
One of my favorite genres growing up has been detective fiction. My childhood was accompanied by the likes of Kindaichi, Conan, and Sherlock Holmes. In fact, I even own the complete manga collection of Kindaichi Case Files and Arsène Lupin. However, … Continue reading
Alichino are beautiful beings who seduce human souls. Among these souls, the one who contains the bond has the purest and most desirable soul of all.
After reading Angel Sanctuary, I fell in love with it. Kaori Yuki’s Angel Sanctuary excels in its character design, plot, and premise. The art looks nice and the characters are all likeable. In fact, the main character is one of … Continue reading