BLAME! Academy and So On Vol. 1

BLAME Academy and So On Vol BLAME Academy and So On is a spin off series of BLAME set in the same City as BLAME and is a parody comedy about various characters in the main BLAME storyline set in a traditional Japanese school env

  • Title: BLAME! Academy and So On Vol. 1
  • Author: Tsutomu Nihei
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • BLAME Academy and So On is a spin off series of BLAME set in the same City as BLAME and is a parody comedy about various characters in the main BLAME storyline set in a traditional Japanese school environment Various elements of the main BLAME story are parodied, including the relationship between Killy and Cibo, and Dhomochevsky and Iko Irregularly published inBLAME Academy and So On is a spin off series of BLAME set in the same City as BLAME and is a parody comedy about various characters in the main BLAME storyline set in a traditional Japanese school environment Various elements of the main BLAME story are parodied, including the relationship between Killy and Cibo, and Dhomochevsky and Iko Irregularly published in Afternoon and compiled as BLAME Gakuen and So On September 19, 2008, this is its first official English language release in either digital or print.

    One thought on “BLAME! Academy and So On Vol. 1”

    1. 8/10A Blame! parody, and some random odds and ends from the Blame! and Knights of Sidonia universe(s?). There's also a few unrelated one-shots and a short essay about the rise of Moe tacked on at the end. I'm a sucker for coloured manga, so I couldn't resist giving this a high score based practically on the art alone. The quality of the individual stories fluctuates however. Special mention has to go to the story "Pump" for being one of the most disturbing things I've read in a long time.Definit [...]

    2. ENG/CZOk, this shows how I am not a total manga fan - this one contains short stories related to, in some way, Blame! However, few of the stories are just crazy highschool versions of Blame! playing with classical clichés. It is funny, but certainly not something I would expect from the series. Nevertheless, the few stories that do not follow this wicked path are again building up the universe and show us different aspects of the world which we did not encounter in the main series. Worth a read [...]

    3. Glénat, who have published most of Tsutomu Nihei's mangas in French, had decided to treat us with this. A little gift for the fans. Nihei's drawings are beautiful as usual, but this time they're in full color. And Glénat has published it in full glazed paper so it's luscious.

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