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Dramacon  
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Description

Type
OEL

Related Series
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Associated Names
Драмакон

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Status
in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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Average: 8 / 10.0 (122 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.7 / 10.0
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Last Updated
December 26th 2020, 3:30am PST


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Year
2005

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Licensed (in English)
Yes

English Publisher

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #746 increased(+34)
Monthly Pos #1233 increased(+639)
3 Month Pos #2977 increased(+446)
6 Month Pos #4412 increased(+574)
Year Pos #5396 increased(+1825)

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On 155 reading lists
On 198 wish lists
On 284 completed lists
On 17 unfinished lists
On 101 custom lists

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Solid First Series  
by NoOneSpecial75
June 11th, 2015, 11:01am
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
This story was nothing spectacular, but it was a humorous look at the trials and triumphs of con attendance, and it was a good start to the career of a good artist! I'm also happy to say that it's a complete story!
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Great humor  
by zengoats
January 23rd, 2013, 12:38am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
Dramacon's a really solid piece. The humor is great; Svetlana has a great style for chibis. The dialogue's good as well. The art, while different from most manga, is solid too, and it gets progressively better with each volume. Svet also does a great job of addressing some contemporary issues such as art as a career and long distance relationships. The one off-putting thing about this manga is that some of the conflicts that arise (this is particularly true of the second volume) seem pretty trivial.
Overall, Dramacon's a great read, and I recommend it.
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Russian manga  
by sunset328
July 12th, 2010, 2:15pm
Rating: N/A
I was really surprised to see this thing there. Adorable characters, good art and amazing russian humor (you know, Swetlana isn't an american, she is russian). I totally recommend it. Give it a try and you won't regret.
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Hm...  
by Fai♥Fangirl
February 27th, 2010, 12:48pm
Rating: N/A
This series actually kind of...impressed me. I was so happy to know that it was written by a non-Japanese artist (because most American and or English manga artists suck)...

I really liked it, but it needs to be rated for more mature audiences. 13+ wouldn't be able to handle this one. But overall, the art was okay, and the storyline was really good. Take it from someone who has been to plenty of anime conventions, I know how she feels!
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...  
by rl4552
July 17th, 2009, 7:41pm
Rating: N/A
This comic was actually a surprise for me. I didn't expect the story to have been quite so...good.
The characters were realistic, especially Beth (one of my favorites ^^), though at times drawn unnecessarily distorted (though this is what often separates a Japanese work and American work.)
The panelling was interesting to look at, but sometimes changed the moods so fast that it was almost hard to follow the flow. (though that may just be my extremely slow brain...)
Art was okay for the most part, large improvement by the end of the third volume. (or beginning of the second should i say)

the expressions and emotions of each character were conveyed clearly, but some events (for example, Matt's past) were not explained quite as clearly as it could have been.

I recomment this series to anyone who wants a good laugh with plently of "barbs and sarcasm."

... Last updated on July 20th, 2009, 1:47pm
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not too shabby  
by gorillaman21
June 2nd, 2009, 11:16am
Rating: N/A
good art and nice humour, overall a very pleasant and quick read.

my one gripe is the character development - for example, the (ex-)boyfriend character is incredibly one-dimensional, and I would really have preferred if the side-characters were more complex and layered to introduce more complexities in the story (for example if Derek had more than one facet, it would make the interactions between Matt and the main girl more complicated). in the mangaka's defense however, the series is only 3 volumes long, so he might have been pressed for time.
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read it!  
by chimiki
March 22nd, 2009, 9:17pm
Rating: N/A
I loooveee this manga, i so cute
read it!, the story is just fantastic and funny!!
read it read it!!!! xD
by: chimiki
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A turning point manga!  
by Nanao-san
October 6th, 2008, 12:42am
Rating: N/A
What I mean by "A turning point manga" is basically that this 'manga' was not created by a japanese or any other kind of asain person but a russian/canadian person! Which I feel is very big deal since most people refer to manga as only somthing made by the Japanses or some sort of asain. I feel this manga does not only gives you a nice glimps of something new and away from the whole idea manga is only Japanese but also a different 'real'. The fact that the whole structure sticks to the original 'manga' format makes it easy to understand and read but the concept, the story and character's personalaties make it something really different compared to what you would usually read in a 'manga'.
CHMAKOVA Svetlana has created a very funny, adorable,romantic, dramatic, relatable, and witty story that many people can really enjoy to read. I myself was quite surprised at how interesting and addictive the story was and how it played out so differently compared to other manga's I have read. The funny, and witty way each and every character interacts with one another and their situations really gives you a refreashing taste of another cultural veiw and feel, on how differently people portray people and society.
I'd seriously give this manga as many thumbs up I can get hold of but that might lead to an unwanted/illegal *cough* crime scene and get me in some trouble before I could actually get enough =P or i'll just leave you with this
*********************************READ IT*****************************************
(p.s this is so not reated 13+ XD )
(p.p.s girls can probably relate to this better then boys BUT I dont discourge the idea of guys reading this I actually think it would do them some good ( > A < wink they made grow some sort of sense. jks~)

... Last updated on October 6th, 2008, 12:42am
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Great!  
by NochiTheReaper
June 22nd, 2008, 5:07pm
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
I just adore this manga! It was so cute and funny! The story is interesting and addictive and the fact that it takes place in an anime convention makes it even better! This has to be the best American manga there is, don't miss it!
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Witty dialogs at LAST!!  
by BimboSilly
April 1st, 2008, 4:13pm
Rating: N/A
You cant deny one thing you miss out in a manga - not being written originally in English, we dont get the real American style comedy...this gives you all that! I could not stop laughing from the first volume!! I mean, if I like teen flicks, its coz I miss the witty sarcasm of it all...I wouldnt say its very eventful but humour is loads...worth checking out if you love to laugh..like I do!
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