Hilarious Along with some teachers and a flying, stuffed cat, this is one manga you won’t want to miss! There are a lot of reasons to love this omnibus release of Azumanga Daioh. It’s a light-hearted slice of life story about friendship and growing up and it’s one of the sweetest stories I’ve ever read. I also loved her various ways of wishing her classmates good luck during their college entrance exams. That Southern accent always jolted me out of the context in which the manga takes place.
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Tall, athletic, determined, and intelligent, Sakaki is refreshing because she’s not portrayed as the “popular girl” or “mean girl” stereotype to which she could be reduced: The jokes are a little more mean-spirited than I remember, but at the same time it makes them feel more authentically like high schoolers.
I find it very, very annoying that Osaka’s accent is translated into an American idiom, specifically a Southern accent.
Anxroid got a question sensei That’s what I hear. She is the perfect example for the southern saying “Bless her heart”, although she probably wouldn’t understand why. Some things were lost in translation, but that’s the nature of translations from Japanese. That was actually perfect! About the only interesting comment I have to make is that the chief difference between the anime and the manga is that individual jokes often work better in the anime due to having more time and space to build up, while characterization is often aided by the manga’s terse 4-panel form.
Each mini-section has it’s own title, and four androud to read. Mar 22, Melanie rated it really liked it Shelves: Instead, it follows the high school years of several girls in the same class from beginning to end, as well as the daily lives of some of their teachers.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Now that I have, I’m very glad I finally sat down and read through the whole thing. The characters find themselves in the same situations over and over again, and this gives the comic a timeless feel. Set up in the style of newspaper comic strips, m Magic, simply magic.
There are translation notes and even an index.
Azumanga Daioh Quotes by Kiyohiko Azuma
It means that the stories are also much simpler, usually full of jokes and quickly running off into various directions that only offer the slightest bit of character insight or payoff. Although many have tried to do the same across the entertainment spectrum, more often than not they fail in a glorious fashion. You know them Hemmorrhoids Actually, I don’t think there is a “plot”, per se Join the ten-year-old genius Chiyo-chan, spaced-out Osaka, over-the-top Tomo, soft-spoken Sakaki, hair-trigger Yomi and brash Kagura as they fumble their way toward graduation and the future, collected here for the first time in a single volume.
It’s about a group of students, each with one defining character trait, living their lives without much help from adults. Finally reading the actual manga was so much fun because I love the anime so much. Think of translating the deep wells of linguistic and cultural material tapped in cutaway humor references that appear in shows like Family Guy or The Simpsons or the puns on Springfield’s storefront signs. I just love this book. I felt like this was just “okay. Books by Kiyohiko Azuma.
Likewise, both Peanuts and AD use very stripped-down line drawings to great emotionally expressive effect. I pitied “Osaka” but I liked her as well. On the opposite end of the spectrum are Tomo and the girls’ teacher Yukari Tanizaki! That Southern accent always jolted me out of the context in which the manga takes place. Also similarly to Peanuts, AD features a core cast of characters with specific defining personality traits, among whom you’ll likely choose a favorite or two.
A cool-looking, quiet, and athletic girl who secretly loves animals and other cute things. Miki Yes, there deffinately is.