Akihabara@Deep Manga volume 3

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About Akihabara@Deep Manga volume 3

Akihabara@Deep volume 3 features story and art by Ira Ishida.

Akihabara@DEEP lost the Software War against DigiCap. It's time for them to go in a different direction. They've begun to develop a new project. It's a search engine that will revolutionize this Internet society and its name is "Crook"!

Details

  • Publisher: MEDIA BLASTERS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Year Created: 2006
  • Release Date: 3/18/2009
  • Page Count: 204
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Things are really looking up!

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Though the pacing was pretty slow in the beginning, this volume really picked up speed! It matched well with the narrative, really helping the flow of the story. I appreciate the series has continued their quirk of changing every instance of 'at' to '@'. It really does grow on you. It's neat to hear how exactly the teams AI works. Whether it's accurate/realistic info or not is beyond me but the text certainly makes it sound convincing! Though I will say, the bits of surrealism thrown in can be a bit confusing, especially in this volume. Though I'm assuming the surrealism is more so meant to be the future's reflection on the past (what's currently going on in the story).