Azumanga Daioh Now Sexy Bikini Manga

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The rereleased “remastered” version of Sakaki-san manga Azumanga Daioh caught no small amount of attention with its distinctly oppai-centric additions in the first volume, as well as having substantially redrawn portions, and it appears this direction continues in the later volumes…

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  • Anonymous commented on February 26, 2010 00:59

    AZUMANGA DAIOH IT'S ALL GOOD FOR FUN!!ILOVE SAKAKI-CHAN!!... More

  • sanimej2 commented on July 19, 2009 12:36

    is sparta. Ccc-combo breaker!!!... More


Azumanga Daioh Now Azumanga&!

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The recent remake of the fan-favorite 4-koma series Azumanga Daioh’s first volume has attracted much attention, due to the vastly redrawn artwork by the original mangaka Kiyohiko Azuma.

As his style has changed substantially from 1999′s Azumanga to today’s currently running Yotsuba&!, the differences in some panels is truly striking, influencing one fan to create a comprehensive side-by-side comparison of the new and old versions, as can be seen below…

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  • Anonymous commented on March 29, 2010 09:47

    old is better... More

  • Unicogirl commented on November 19, 2009 18:48

    Gained - Anatomy / Smoother rendering Lost - Detail / Character Chiyo looks too much like Yotsuba now. And as much as I adore Yotsuba, I think that both characters should look different.... More


Azumanga Daioh Mostly Redrawn, Sakaki Bikini Upgraded

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Kiyohiko Azuma’s classic school life manga Azumanga Daioh has recently received a special reprint, which is in fact more of a remake. Some 60% of the illustrations are said to have been redrawn, and Sakaki’s service bikini has received an upgrade.

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  • Ben commented on November 18, 2010 16:46

    It kinda bugs me. It's like George Lucas trying to remaster Star Wars...... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 16, 2009 23:29

    You're an idiot.... More


Osaka Gourmet Race

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For some reason Osaka, of Azumanga Daioh, is treated to her own suitably chaotic MAD, utilising the “Gourmet Race” meme:

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  • Fadz commented on March 10, 2009 13:36

    yeah...lucky if you have the Konata Healing...this will made you even crazier!!... More

  • Julius commented on March 9, 2009 15:50

    Try this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0tTTGH4Xi4... More


Azunnagi! Kiyohiko Azuma’s Nagi

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The ending illustrations to Kannagi continue to attract some tremendouly talented artists; this time the rendition of Nagi-sama is provided by none other than あずまきよひこ / Kiyohiko Azuma, of Yotsuba&! and Azumanga Daioh fame.

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  • Tommy commented on December 23, 2008 15:35

    Just awesome!... More

  • metatron commented on December 22, 2008 11:02

    beautiful =3... More


Yotsuba&! Wallpapers

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Here are some fine よつばと! / Yotsuba&! wallpapers, in suitably high quality and resolution. See also the Channel. Not enough Ena and Miura, though delicious Fuuka makes ample appearances.

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  • Anonymous commented on May 12, 2012 08:25

    delicious fuka... More

  • Anonymous commented on August 23, 2011 07:05

    Hey, it's the 404-girl! lol... More


Yotsuba-to! – Ideal manga for learning Japanese?

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One of my favourite manga, and in fact the first I ever read in the original Japanese, is よつばと!/Yotsuba&!, by 東清彦/Kiyohiko Azuma. It is an entertaining and easygoing manga, with good art and story, so that alone is enough to recommend it; it is a best seller in Japan so many would agree. However, I think it also happens to be the ideal beginner’s manga for learning Japanese, for several compelling reasons.

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  • Anonymous commented on February 10, 2013 08:06

    You should try shoujo manga rather than shounen because most shoujo manga tend to have school settings and tend to depict a wide range of everyday situation. I learned Japanese with Cardcaptor Sakura and Aka-chan... More

  • Karusan commented on September 26, 2010 03:37

    Thanks for the tip, Artefact. How long after you began your studies were you able to read this manga? It would be interesting to read more about how you (and others) went about it to learn... More


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