Blue Period Manga Volume 2

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SKU: 9781646511242

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About Blue Period Manga Volume 2

Blue Period manga volume 2 features story and art by Tsubasa Yamaguchi.

Art has changed the course of Yatora’s once dull life, and now he’s aiming for Japan’s most competitive art school. With entrance exams a year away, he’ll need to expand his limited eye for art, and quickly. He turns to new peers and the masters to envision pieces only he can produce, and soon dives into his first competition—the same one where his Art Club role model nearly scored last place. Among geniuses and lifelong art kids, does Yatora even stand a chance…?

Details

  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama
  • Themes: School Life
  • Age Rating: 16+
  • Release Date: 1/5/2021
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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Coming of Age

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Blue Period is a story that many can vaguely relate to and gives us a look into the life of a highschool guy that finally learns how to talk to other human beings through art. It is story many college students can easily resonate with and it deals with many social and emotional aspects of being the age where you apply to university. It tells an amazing story and I could not recommend it enough

it's amazing

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It continued to be just as good as volume one I think. It was really good. I'm excited to see how they continue on with Ryuji, since in manga there aren't always a lot of trans characters. I think Tsubasa Yamaguchi has a lot of potential to make her a very interesting chapter. I think there is also a lot of possiblity with how Yatora grows to understand Ryuji.