Rob McMonigal over at Panel Patter is working on a newer posting for the Feast but in the mean time, wanted to share his reviews for volumes one, two, three, four, five, six and seven respectively.
Anna of Manga Report, talks about an excerpt from the classic Frederik L. Schodt book Manga! Manga! The World of Japanese Comics and how it introduced her to our choice this month.
Michelle Smith, Soliloquy in Blue, shows us her stuff with a review of volume one, where she speaks more to her reactions to the Nakaoka family pre-bomb.
John Thomas at the Manga Village compares Barefoot Gen to The Drifting Classroom in his review of volume one.
Daniella Orihuela-Gruber of All About Manga talks about her atypical reaction to the series, due to her upbringing & experiences at a private Jewish school.
Ash Brown at Experiments in Manga brings another review of volume one to the table.
That’s all the postings for today. I will leave you with the banner from the live action Barefoot Gen film.
Day Five Postings
Tags: Be Strong, Being Human, Being Strong, Bombs, Crying, Gen, Hiroshima, Manga Moveable Feat, MMF, Nagasaki, Nakaoka, Reactions, Reviews, Survival, Volume One, Wheat
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