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Reflections The Art of KOSEN

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SKU: 9781933664286

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About Reflections The Art of KOSEN

This artbook captures the illustrations of KOSEN, the mangaka behind Stallion and Saihoshi the Guardian. Enjoy shounen-ai pin-ups, lusciously drawn men, and artist commentary, tips, and insights.


  • Publisher: YAOI PRESS
  • Media: Art Books
  • Genre: Fantasy
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Release Date: 2/4/2008
  • Page Count: 64
  • Dimensional Weight: 1

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Reflections of disappointment

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Well I got this book thinking it would be a boys love art book maybe with some tips and tricks on male anatomy or at least some cool art. What I got instead is a 40 or so page book of black and white inks. Not a bad thing to find at the end of a manga but not really what I call a good art book. The paper quality itself is again what you expect out of a manga and the book is very thin and easy to bend.
This is not something I see myself looking through on multiple occasions.

The lack of comprehensive sketches, full-color prints or even a true look into the artistic prosses just makes this a disappointment. You get maybe a small text such as characters name but no real insight into how the character was created from a visual standpoint.

If you're going to buy this try any other manga or art book with boys in it you'll probably get more artistic references and a story on top of that.