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Posted April 12, 2012
I own the first 3 volumes of I'll Give It My All Tomorrow as physical copies, and decided that with shrinking bookshelf space I would go digital.
The story continues the highs and lows of Shizuo Oguro's attempt at becoming a manga artist, and this volume goes hard at striking emotional chords. More so than the previous volumes.
What's most important about a manga like this is that it strives to have the reader understand the complicated, interconnected experiences of an individuals life is important to take into account before judging their character. Also, it's what it is they're working towards and the part the play in seemingly random peoples lives that is most interesting, and telling of who they are inside. This volume specifically, drives the point home.
Posted February 19, 2012
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