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2021/4/23 Friday

Anime News Network reviews I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Vol 3

Filed under: News — Staff @ 14:59:25

From its first volume, Yuki Fumino's I Hear the Sunspot has been a thoughtful, gently-paced story about two young men finding each other and learning how they want to live their lives. It has impressively maintained that tone and feeling even as the protagonists grow together and apart by turns, and the final volume of its second series, I Hear the Sunspot: Limit, is no exception.

Read the full article here:
https://www.animenewsnetwork.com/review/i-hear-the-sunspot/limit/gn-3/.171862

2021/4/13 Tuesday

Another great review for the Limit series by Bloom Reviews!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 19:01:06

I have to say, in the world of disability manga, I really do think I Hear the Sunspot is one of the best — if not the best — manga about a disability that I have found.

Read full review here:
https://bloomreviewsblog.com/2021/04/13/i-hear-the-sunspot-limit-manga-volumes-1-3-series-review/

2021/4/8 Thursday

Anime UK News reviews I Hear the Sunspot: Limit Volume 3

Filed under: News — Staff @ 13:57:40

If you've been following Taichi and Kohei (and their friends) throughout the five volumes of I Hear the Sunspot, you'll be as desperately keen as I was to see if their nascent relationship has finally foundered after the heart-breaking last pages of Limit #2.

Read the full review here:
https://animeuknews.net/2021/04/i-hear-the-sunspot-limit-volume-3-review/

2021/3/25 Thursday

AnimeNation weighs in on the conclusion of the Limit series!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 19:20:20

Yuki Fumino's subtly complex, resonant, and heartfelt dramatic manga series I Hear the Sunspot premiered in 2013 and has sporadically extended into five ongoing collected books. The touching series is ostensibly about the intimate friendship that develops between a pair of college classmates, one of whom suffers from hearing loss.

Read the full article here:
https://www.animenation.net/blog/i-hear-the-sunspot-limit-3-review/

2021/3/18 Thursday

Metropolis reviews My Pointless Struggle by Yohei Kitazato

Filed under: News — Staff @ 14:37:13

The secret to success in Japan's cut-throat business world? Being as selfish as possible.

Read the full article here:
https://metropolisjapan.com/my-pointless-struggle-yohei-kitazato/

2021/2/16 Tuesday

My Pointless Struggle is now available!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 19:25:06

The newly translated inspirational memoir My Pointless Struggle is now available, by accomplished Japanese author, publishing guru, hookah lounge operator, and real estate CEO Yohei Kitazato. Kitazato combines exciting retellings of his adventurous mishaps—which include exploring a legendary South American isle and boxing against a world champion—with daring, pragmatic advice for truly courageous dream-chasers.

My Pointless Struggle is now available on Amazon, B&N, and IndieBound.

2020/12/1 Tuesday

All-Comic reviews Farming Life in Another World

Filed under: News — Staff @ 16:44:42

The isekai genre is everywhere these days, and it's safe to say that its popularity won't be losing steam. That said, even with the genre's saturation, there are still plenty of interesting isekai titles that are being released. Farming Life in Another World is one such manga that takes the trope and spins it on its head, crafting a subdued yet satisfying series.

Read full review here:
http://all-comic.com/2020/farming-life-in-another-world-volume-1/

2020/11/23 Monday

Exclusive Interview: A Chat with the Creators of Farming Life in Another World

Filed under: News — Staff @ 15:05:35

Otaku USA spoke to both Naito and Tsurugi about their work, the manga adaptation, and what experience they have farming.

Read the full article here:
https://otakuusamagazine.com/exclusive-interview-a-chat-with-the-creators-of-farming-life-in-another-world/

2020/11/12 Thursday

Otaku USA weighs in on Farming Life in Another World

Filed under: News — Staff @ 15:51:06

Hiraku spent his twenties working for a terrible company. He spent his thirties sick in bed. At 39, he died. But then God gives him another chance.

Read the full article here:
https://otakuusamagazine.com/farming-life-in-another-world-is-relaxing-amusing-isekai/

2020/9/30 Wednesday

Anime Nation weighs in on Farming Life with the manga's second official review!

Filed under: News — Staff @ 17:00:48

While the traditional Japanese literary concept of living a lifetime in another world may date back to the Japanese Urashima Taro fairy tale, the modern provision of the concept arose within anime in 1983 and has steadily become more entrenched, prolific, and diverse. Author Naito Kinosuke cultivated a unique breed of the isekai concept in 2016 with the premiere of the light novel series A Leisurely Farmer in Another World (Isekai Nonbiri Nouka). The pleasant, innocuous story quickly gained popularity and spawned a manga adaptation in 2018. One Peace Books is now bringing the popular manga adaptation to American readers with an authorized English translation. The first volume introduces the setting and scenario, founding cast, and the story's quirky amiable tone.

Read the full review here:
https://www.animenation.net/blog/cultivate-an-interest-in-isekai-farming/

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