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The Wize Wize Beasts of the Wizarding Wizdoms Manga

3.5 star rating out of 5
6 Reviews
SKU: 9781642757095

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About The Wize Wize Beasts of the Wizarding Wizdoms Manga

The Wize Wize Beasts of the Wizarding Wizdoms Manga features story and art by Nagabe, the creator of The Girl from the Other Side: Siuil a Run.

Deep in the forest lies a mysterious school of magic: Wizdoms, an institution attended by beastmen of all kinds. These studious fantasy creatures have come to live, learn, and perhaps even fall in love in this enchanting space. In this collection of BL stories by master mangaka Nagabe, follow the beauty and surprising humor of magical beasts with human hearts.

Details

  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Fantasy, Romance
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 10/1/2019
  • Page Count: 240
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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2 star rating out of 5

Not for everyone

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The art is beautiful. But there are some uncomfortable/questionable bits in regards to the story. One involves a teacher and very young student. Nothing is shown but the inference of a relationship is there. There is also a part where one character drugs another to kiss them. Some may be okay with this, but I personally am not.

1 star rating out of 5

Relatively tame, but definitely tame animals

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I grabbed this as part of a bunch of random titles that sounded promising when they were really low priced. Usually I pass things on to classrooms etc if I don't keep, but didn't feel really comfortable doing so here.
The summary says that this is animals and BL stories, which isn't a lie, you know what you're walking into. But upon reading, I would add the wrinkle that this... this is for furries. Not a judgement, just a factual statement. It's 75 degrees in here, and this book is for furries. There's just a bit too much of original animal traits in play here for this to be just another anthropomorphic comic. Again, not really a judgement, but fyi to people considering.

5 star rating out of 5

Great little collection of short stories and artwork

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For a collection of small stories involving different students/some teachers of the wizard school it is very neat! A fun quick read for those who yearn for new concepts of anthropomorphic characters and a little magic. It is centered entirely on the characters interactions with each other, the author's intent is to expose more people to non-human characters, so maybe they would give those characters a chance.

4 star rating out of 5

If you're interested in the summary, you're likely to enjoy!

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The fact that this book is sitting at 2 and a half stars; is disheartening. WWB is definitely made for a specific audience in mind as the author Nagabe states in the afterword; but that doesn't mean there aren't fun short stories to be enjoyed for BL lovers.

There are 8 short stories about 8 different pairs of characters that have varying levels of romances/bonds, all seemingly aiming to scratch different itches. There are two stories in particular that might be off-putting to some; and those involve a student/professor, and the other being one where someone attempts to love-potion another. The former doesn't go anywhere; at least shown in this book's canon.

Those two aside, there is something for everyone here. Unrequited love, being too shy to confess, physical differences bringing two closer together.. I found myself actually desiring more of these stories by the end of it. I’d recommend this to anyone looking for unique BL short-stories!

4 star rating out of 5

Cute BL with anthromorphic characters set in a Harry Potter type world

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It's a cute BL series from a mangaka known for her work with A Girl from the Other Side. There's various tame stories for everyone and I would recommend it for any fan of BL/yaoi or actually wholesome love stories. There isn't a ton of magic in it, but it DOES take place in a wizarding school and all of the stories & characters end up interacting one way or another. Some have some various themes of manipulation through lies, which might turn off some readers.

Overall, this was a solid volume for any collection and worth investing for a full reread any time! Something worth noting is there were 2 color pages in the front and that all the SFX were replaced with English, which is a nice touch for anyone buying the physical book. ☆☆☆☆

4 star rating out of 5

Gorgeous art and great world building prop up a slightly uneven anthology

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BL anthologies are a dime a dozen, but it's oddly uncommon for one to have a cohesive narrative through line. Wizdoms goes against the grain by having all eight of its stories set in a fantastical magic school for demi-humans, and while they aren't all created equal, the journey is still well worth taking.

The author goes for a mix of themes, and while this makes for interesting reading, it also creates a hierarchy of chapters. The best, to my mind, are the more traditional love stories in chapters 2, 4*, & 8, which I would have loved to see fleshed out further. (This also applies to chapter 1, but it's not quite as good, and gets some additional development later on via cameo appearances.) The other half of the book, with its dark (5), comedic (6), and subdued (3 & 7) takes, meaningfully expand the universe, but are somewhat less enjoyable due to tonal whiplash. Still, a lovely read overall, and the art is wonderful throughout.

*Stan Marley & Collette, give us their sequel.