The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communication has established a Magic Section in the Statistics Bureau in order to monitor and assess the growing wizard population. Unfortunately, the two investigators assigned to monitor them are as hapless as their subjects. The first half of this one-shot was serialized in Newtype from November 2006 to May 2007.
|Publisher:||A. D. Vision, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
"Once Upon a Glashma" is a very entertaining read and I'm glad that I bought it. However, if your sense of humor doesn't include some perversion (*wink wink*), then a few of the installments (chapters) may slightly annoy you. One of the many things that I enjoy about this manga is that when you think something sexual is about to happen, something to laugh at occurs instead. To say it in the least amount of words, the book is not inappropriate. I would not recommend this manga for younger teenagers, though--due to a bit of incest (but incest like siblings being married in upper-class families from long ago in history) and hidden perversion. I would also like to add that "Once Upon a Glashma" has no homosexual content, despite the fact that the existence of girls/women is null. Also, the manga's cover that has pink Japanese words is not the one that I received in the mail; my "Once Upon a Glashma" is in English, so the pink words are in--can you guess?--English. The actual cover art is the same, though. I hope that my review has helped you make your decision of whether or not to buy "Once Upon a Glashma"~!