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J LHLS Archives: April 2008

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Camera, Camera, Camera (volume 2)
Story and Art: Kazura Matsumoto
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc.
ISBN-10: 1-56970-758-8
ISBN-13: 978-1-56970-758-6

Review by Cat

And has volume 2 finally helped me to see the Light? Hm ... well. [more]

Posted by Catya W @ 06:19 AM PST [Link]

Camera, Camera, Camera (volume 1)
Story and Art: Kazura Matsumoto
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc.
ISBN-10: 1-56970-757-x
ISBN-13: 978-1-56970-757-9

Review by Cat

I have understood that when you read something, it's supposed to be a fun, pleasant ride. No one's told - or rather, warned - me that reading Camera, Camera, Camera would be akin to taking a ride on a roller coaster while high on booze and certain class A drugs. And not in a good way, either.

If this review coming up is confusing, it's because I'm not bright enough to follow this damn story. Or rather, Kazura Matsumoto's - shall we say - unique storytelling style. [more]

Posted by Catya W @ 05:47 AM PST [Link]

Stolen Hearts
Story: Maki Kanamaru
Art: Yukine Honami
Published by the Juné Imprint of Digital Manga, Inc.
ISBN-10: 1-56970-816-9
ISBN-13: 978-1-56970-816-3

Review by Cat

It's never good when a bonus story is more interesting and memorable than the main story, is it? This is the case with Stolen Hearts, which is a shame because it's not very often we have an opportunity to have a European historical tale in manga or rather, BL manga.

Anyhow, Stolen Hearts comprises a three-chapter-and-an-extra tale of a cat-and-mouse chase in 18th-century Europe; a Japanese high school oddball comedy, and a contemporary fantasy tale in the world of American politics. [more]

Posted by Catya W @ 04:48 AM PST [Link]

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

By Sean Michael
Published by Top Shelf, an imprint of Torquere Press Publishers, December 2007.

Review by Ida Vega-Landow

Now this one was way better than the e-book I reviewed before! (See "Billy and Bear" by Vic Winter) It's about a werewolf, a sexy young millionaire named Anton Lupi, with cool grey eyes and long, black hair, who hires a new chef to cook for his private parties. The chef, Greg Henderson, turns out to be a cool young dude with tattoos, a goatee, dark hair with bleached tips, and a diamond earring, who cooks like a dream. Being a bit of a gourmet myself, I found my mouth watering with each description of the food he cooks; hamburgers made from chopped roast beef, tiny individual cheesecakes topped with berry compote, wild game pate—I could go on and on about the food. But the only thing that interests Anton is meat; red meat, medium rare to almost raw, at least while he's in human form. Gee, imagine that, a werewolf who prefers eating meat. [more]

Posted by Ida Vega Landow @ 09:11 PM PST [Link]

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