Manga Moveable Feast: I sense a pattern

Just like yesterday, today we have reviews of the first and fifth volumes.

Here’s a look at volume 1 at Experiments in Manga, from a fan of androids in science fiction, “Odette’s eyes and subdued facial expressions visually set her apart from her classmates, but the effect is marvelously subtle. Suzuki also is able to capture the good-natured eccentricity of the professor in how he dresses and behaves—an aspect of his character that isn’t immediately obvious from dialogue alone. And both his and other characters’ (especially Asao’s) frequently over-the-top reactions are a lot of fun to see.”

I also posted my review of volume 5 earlier today.

I’m excited to see new readers discovering this series due to the Manga Moveable Feast, and am looking forward to reading more posts about Karakuri Odette tomorrow.

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