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March 1st, 2005 - Trickle of Consciousness — LiveJournal
Compelled by the power of money left on the Borders gift card, my manga try-outs continue. This time out, Sakurako Gokurakuin's Aquarian Age: Juvenile Orion caught my eye. At this point, catching my eye is mostly the only real criteria I have; I'm still not knowledgeable enough of creators or properties to make more informed choices. Here, I saw a slick cover, caught a vague Buffy vibe from the back cover copy description of the premise, and there you go.

As ever, I warn and cut-tag for possible spoilers though I endeavor to keep them to a minimum.

Witness the eternal struggle - of me trying not to pun on the titleCollapse )

I'm not sure enough of any of it to make a real decision, but intrigued enough to give a second volume a read. By and large, this volume sets events in motion. We've got the beginnings of character arcs and the first threads of mysteries.

Plus, guys with giant bat-wings bursting from their backs. Who can resist giant bat-wings?

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