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Azumanga Daioh High School A Time Of Friends, Memories And Biting Cats Leering Teachers And Is That Penguin Carrying A Tray Welcome To Azumanga Daioh, The Acclaimed Story From Writer Illustrator Kiyohiko Azuma About The Humor And Wonder Of High School Life Join The Ten Year Old Genius Chiyo Chan, Spaced Out Osaka, Over The Top Tomo, Soft Spoken Sakaki, Hair Trigger Yomi And Brash Kagura As They Fumble Their Way Toward Graduation And The Future, Collected Here For The First Time In A Single Volume.


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10 thoughts on “Azumanga Daioh

  1. says:

    Remember the first time you ever ate an unfamiliar food that s since become a dietary staple for instance, in my case, sushi, pad Thai, or good authentic hummus or guacamole Well, that s kind of how I feel having discovered manga that how can this have been in existence all that time without my having known it feeling That why, this is unlike anything else feeling This Azumanga Daioh 4 in 1 omnibus is a 750 page volume that s thicker than a brick sort of an Infinite Jest of man Remember the first time you ever ate an unfamiliar food that s since become a dietary staple for instance, in my case, sushi, pad Thai, or good authentic hummus or guacamole Well, that s kind of how I feel having discovered manga that how can this have been in existence all that time without my having known it feeling That why, this is unlike anything else feeling This Azumanga Daioh 4 in 1 omnibus is a 750 page volume that s thicker than a brick sort of an Infinite Jest of manga Thus, it s perhaps not the best for sickbed reading, as I did, hoisting it aloft with my trembling ailing wrists, but its sheer substance would make for a wonderful gift presentation The omnibus format is also recommended because this manga series, like a couple good chipotle peppers packed in adobo, is characterized by a pleasantly cumulative warming up effect AD tells the story of a group of girlfriends and their not much ...

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    Quite fun, but not always funny, this slice of life series was entertaining, and at times even educational thats to the Translation Notes , to a foreigner like myself I adored Chiyo and Sakaki the most I loved their kind spirits, positive attitudes, and caring hearts.On the opposite end of the spectrum are Tomo and the girls teacher Yukari Tanizaki I really could not stand these ladies Rude, obnoxious, selfish and...

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    A collection of all four Azumanga books, it s a perfect accessory on a day of relaxation and fun Besides the fact that I m terrified that I ll rip the binding because the book is so thick, there is nothing I regret about this purchase I ve fallen in love with every...

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    Last summer my husband started watching the Azumanga Daioh anime about a group of girls going through high school The anime was an instant hit with both children In fact it was our daughter who spotted the Azumanga Daioh Omnibus by Kiyohiko Azuma and insisted that Ian buy it.This manga is a panel comic,similar to the traditional North American comic strips As it has a plot that changes over time, it s most like For Better or Worse The Omnibus covers all four books, one book for each ye Last summer my husband started watching the Azumanga Daioh anime about a group of girls going through high school The anime was an instant hit with both children In fact it was our daughter who spotted the Azumanga Daioh Omnibus by Kiyohiko Azuma and insisted ...

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    There are a lot of reasons to love this omnibus release of Azumanga Daioh I originally watched the anime series and had always meant to read the original manga Now that I have, I m very glad I finally sat down and read through the whole thing Plenty of reviews out there will talk about how great the book is, so I figured I d focus on a few other things 1 This is probably the most well produced release of a manga title I ve ever seen There are translation notes and even an index These are t There are a lot of reasons to love this omnibus release of Azumanga Daioh I originally watched the anime series and had always meant to read the original manga Now that I have, I m very glad I finally sat down and read through the whole thing Plenty of reviews out there will talk about how great the book is, so I figured I d focus on a few other things 1 This is probably the most well...

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    Magic, simply magic Azumanga Daioh seeks to tap into an experience almost everyone has had high school Although many have tried to do the same across the entertainment spectrum,often than not they fail in a glorious fashion Azumanga Daioh not only succeeds, but it does so in a near flawless manner Following the exploits of a group of high school girls, each character brings a unique, sometimes bizarre, prespective to high school life Set up in the style of newspaper comic strips, m Magic, simply magic Azumanga Daioh seeks to tap into an experience almost everyone has had high school Although many have tried to do the same across the entertainment spectrum,often than not they fail in a glorious fashion Azumanga Daioh not only succeeds, but it does so in a near flawless manner Following the exploits of a group of high school girls, each character brings a unique, sometimes bizarre, prespective to high school life Set up in the style of newspaper comic strips, most comics are only 4 panels long, making it quick and easy to pick up for a fast smile C...

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    I don t remember the last time I ve had so much fun reading a book This was a blast, really, and it made me laugh so hard onthan one occasion, my sister gave me funny looks This manga volume follows the everyday lives of a group of high school girls and their teachers Each character is completely different from the next, and each one adds something to the plot Actually, I don t think there is a plot , per se after all, it is a series of small plot lines connected together one way o I don t remember the last time I ve had so much fun reading a book This was a blast, really, and it made me laugh so hard onthan one occasion, my sister gave me funny looks This manga volume follows the everyday lives of a group of ...

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    I think of Azumanga Daioh as the Japanese Peanuts It s about a group of students, each with one defining character trait, living their lives without much help from adults It is laugh out loud funny, but doesn t shy away from the cruelty and confusion of childhood.You can finish the series in a single day, but by the time you finish, you might feel as though you ve been reading it for years The characters find themselves in the same situations over and over again, and this gives the comic a ti I think of Azumanga Daioh as the Japanese Peanuts It s about a group of students, each with ...

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    Collecting the four volume series with each book charting a year of high school into a single book, this Omnibus is no Yotsuba , but it s still pretty entertaining Most of the stories unfold in four panel strips, ending with punchlines Azuma s great at pacing a gag, and though a few of the jokes are lost in the translation vols 3 4 have translator s notes, which explain several of them, and why they had to occasionally be changed , there s still plenty of highly entertaining con Collecting the four volume series with each book charting a year of high school into a single book, this Omnibus is no Yotsuba , but it s still pretty entertaining Most of the stories unfold in four panel strips, ending with punchlines Azuma s great at pacing a gag, and though a fe...

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    Loved it Funny and cute, it s a must read for fans of Yotsuba Most of the comics are done yonkoma style, but there are some sections where they follow a story in atraditional manga format.The characters are all lovable and fun to be around The author really nails the comic timing.Only a couple issues Since the manga is about girls going to school in Japan, some of the references jokes don t really land when translated there was one or two comics that I definitely would not have unders Loved it Funny and cute, it s a must read for fans of Yotsuba Most of the comics are done yonkoma style, but there are some sections where they follow a story in atraditional manga format.The characters are all lovable and fun to be around The author really nails the comic timing.Only a couple issues Sinc...

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