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omfg, this series is the BEST!

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oneredpanda
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8:06 pm, Oct 4 2008
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I've been reading this series, and I felt so excited I had to share it with the world! OMG! This series is so good. It's style reminds me a lot of Philip Pullman's Dark Materials Trilogy. The atmosphere and setting are so imaginative, an adventure tale in a dark continent covered with sparkling stars! OMG.

Everyone who wants to be excited with me should post here... We can chat about how awesome this style manga is. Too cool. cool

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!!! u got me exited eek gonna read it right NOW!

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Yeah, it's a really great manga.
Very unique from other Shounen.

Crenshi doesn't seem to think so though! mad bigrazz

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Indeed it's quite good. Kind of unexpected coming from Asada Hiroyuki (comparing to his previous works), but he is doing a great job.

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I couldn't agree more. With every manga {well most of them now] I find by chance because of those wonderful adverts that randomly float on a site.

When I first saw one for the OVA special, I thought "now this looks like an interesting story," and boy was I right. The art style, the story, and the characters had all won me over and I soon found myself reading the whole thing up to the most recent chapter to date.

I swear it made my day to see that the first volume alone had over a hundred pages to satiate a nice supple introduction to the entire series rather than break it up into little segments in between. And as I got further on, I felt that deep need for the next chapter.

This is really another great series to add to my reading list, and I would highly recommend it to anyone with sense and appreciation to take a look at it.

I mean what's not creative about a steampunk genre story about mailmen who go head to head with mechanical bugs which all connect to a very exciting plot that could lead to a conspiracy that'll make your head spin?....yes, that was very long. roll eyes

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Does anyone know the way the magazine releases the chapters? Is it a chapter every two weeks?

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Does anyone know the way the magazine releases the chapters? Is it a chapter every two weeks?


It's a monthly magazine.

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7:04 pm, Dec 8 2009
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Damn since its monthly magazine the anime gonna catch up in 20 - 30 episodes. sad Its a awsome manga I really enjoy it.

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4:36 am, Jan 5 2010
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Absolutely awesome manga! By the way, anybody else think that the song Fireflies by Owl City goes great with this manga? I mean, talking about dreams and that sort of dream-like atmosphere.

Anybody?

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Well...I wouldn't say "best", but definitely one of the best I've read.(I think One Piece still takes the cake for me laugh )

Like SilentNightReigns, I also started reading it after watching the OVA episode...and catching up within a few days.
Pity it's a monthly though...I want more Aria/Niche action!! mad

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I agree with Scyfon that Tegami Bachi is definitely one of the best manga I've ever read. It's also my first shonen biggrin

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I couldn't agree more. With every manga {well most of them now] I find by chance because of those wonderful adverts that randomly float on a site.

When I first saw one for the OVA special, I thought "now this looks like an interesting story," and boy was I right. The art style, the story, and the characters had all won me over and I soon found myself reading the whole thing up to the most recent chapter to date.

I swear it made my day to see that the first volume alone had over a hundred pages to satiate a nice supple introduction to the entire series rather than break it up into little segments in between. And as I got further on, I felt that deep need for the next chapter.

This is really another great series to add to my reading list, and I would highly recommend it to anyone with sense and appreciation to take a look at it.

I mean what's not creative about a steampunk genre story about mailmen who go head to head with mechanical bugs which all connect to a very exciting plot that could lead to a conspiracy that'll make your head spin?....yes, that was very long. roll eyes


I couldn't agree more about the plot laugh

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Resurrected this thread!

Yup, this one is great.
It has unique plot and i like the world setting.
One of the rare you can found enjoyable nowadays..


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