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Adapted into a hit animation in 2008, "Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens" is a Japanese comic created by Eri Takenashi

Adapted into a hit animation in 2008, "Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens" is a Japanese comic created by Eri Takenashi. The on-going series has been serialized in Ichijinsha's COMIC REX since 2006 (there was a two and a half year hiatus because of her illness and surgery) and by the time of writing, six tankoubon volumes have been published in Japan. An ordinary high school boy (and art club member) Jin Mikuriya makes a sculpture of a girl, using a branch of a fallen sacred tree

Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eri Takenashi. The manga was serialized in Ichijinsha's Comic Rex magazine from the January 2006 issue to the September 2017 issue.

Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens, is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Eri Takenashi. A 13-episode anime adaptation produced by A-1 Pictures aired between October and December 2008 in Japan. An original video animation (OVA) episode was released in May 2009. Bandai Entertainment licensed the manga and anime series, including the OVA.

Comedy, school, shounen. Based on a shounen manga by Takenashi Eri, serialised in Comic REX. Our unlucky protagonist, Jin, uses the trunk of a sacred tree to carve a statue for a school project. er, cleaning the "Impurities.

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Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens. Cover of volume 1 of Kannagi, published by Ichijinsha, showing Nagi

Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens. Cover of volume 1 of Kannagi, published by Ichijinsha, showing Nagi. Kannagi began as a manga series written and illustrated by Eri Takenashi and began serialization in the inaugural January 2006 issue of Ichijinsha's shōnen manga magazine Comic Rex sold on December 9, 2005. The manga went on a hiatus in December 2008 after Takenashi developed a subarachnoid hemorrhage in November 2008. The manga resumed with the September 2011 issue of Comic Rex on July 27, 2011, but due to ongoing concerns for her health, Takenashi warned in June 2011 that the series' publishing schedule would be irregular, though her. Kannagi: crazy shrine maidens. Buenas noches!!/tardes/dias como ya saben yo me he encargado de traducir desde este momento el manga de kannagi de ingles-español More. 13 November 2017 at 02:49 ·. Public. English (UK)Українська Español.

Nagi's a strange young girl - and not just because she popped out of a tree! She tells Jin (who's a perfectly normal high school boy) that she's a goddess...but is she really? As a matter of fact, she is! Normal girls, even strange ones, don't come from trees, you know. And soon, the odd pair start living under the same roof together. Thus begins the first volume of a bizarre manga tale that wends it way through both the comical and serious! More or less.

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BlessСhild
Adapted into a hit animation in 2008, "Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens" is a Japanese comic created by Eri Takenashi. The on-going series has been serialized in Ichijinsha's COMIC REX since 2006 (there was a two and a half year hiatus because of her illness and surgery) and by the time of writing, six tankoubon volumes have been published in Japan.

An ordinary high school boy (and art club member) Jin Mikuriya makes a sculpture of a girl, using a branch of a fallen sacred tree. Then a young girl Nagi with a long, blue hair appears out of it, claiming that she is a local goddess, or a guardian deity protecting the land around the shrine and its holy tree. Now that the tree is cut down as the shrine is relocated, she has almost lost powers to cleanse the land of "impurities" or "defilement."

Eri Takenashi's manga does not explore the rom-com theme in a laugh-out-loud way. She is not much interested in the Pygmalion-like idea, neither. The comic, which unfolds in a measured pace, is not about the story, but about the eccentric characters and their behaviors. Funny moments are sometimes followed by sentimental or even sad (but not depressing) scenes. The jokes, often based on Nagi's un-goddess-like habits (especially what she eats), are delivered in a laid-back and deadpan manner. For example, to enhance her divine power that is almost gone, Nagi uses a hand-made "wand" designed after a magical girl show she has seen on TV.

Supporting characters, cleverly parodying the romantic comedy genre, are also unique, with Tsugumi, Gin's shy childhood friend who secretly loves him; delightfully proud art club president Takako (who looks much older than she actually is); and delightfully haughty vice president Shiho (a rich family's girl who seems never to open her eyes).; and Meguru Akiba - whose name literally means "going around in Aki(ha)ba(ra) - an otaku boy who takes himself and his hobby very seriously.

But the most impressive is lovely Zange-chan in a nun's costume, who wants to be the city's idol star. Her (and Nagi's) back stories are surprisingly serious and touching, though you have to wait for (hopefully) further volumes to be published. One regrettable thing about the otherwise perfect translation of BANDAI ENTERTAINMEMT is that Nagi's charming use of words (she speaks in outdated Japanese) is gone, but that is inevitable.

A few words about her artwork. Eri Takenashi uses sparse but effectively drawn lines in creating her comic world. No so-called fan service, but characters are cute with rich facial expressions. The BANDAI's edition comes with helpful two-page translation notes and the author's afterword (with her brother Shinichi Yuki). A bonus one-page full-color "pin-up illustration" by TYPE-MOON's Takashi Takeuchi is another plus. Enjoy.
Gagas
Kannagi is a newer manga, which deals with a young goddess. The overall story is appropriate for younger readers, however the language is more appropriate for older readers. It's not that its graphic, however it is filled with mild curse words. The art itself is simple yet strong in its portrayal of emotions and humor.
The first chapter you are introduced to Jin, who apparently has a fear of spiders. Or at least he dislikes them. (Who can blame him?). Jin decides to carve out an image of a girl from this sacred tree that was being chopped down. Before he is able to exhibit his carving, something quite strange happens. The carving comes to life, and turns into a beautiful girl. The girl explains to Jin that she is a goddess; she came from the sacred tree. However, Jin has his doubts. Despite his doubts, they remain mostly silent and he questions who she really is in his thoughts. I would've preferred to see more interaction about the goddess' identity. Nevertheless, it remained interesting and humorous.
The goddess' name is Nagi. She is like a child or a foreigner to the world. She is fascinated by toys and TVs (how do those pictures move again?), and various other events. Nagi lives with Jin for the time being, but when caught by one of Jin's friends, she claims to be a family member suffering from terrible circumstances. A split personality, due to her families upbringing!
As the story unfolds there are more proofs of Nagi's goddess qualities, yet Jin still seems a bit doubtful.
I give this manga a three out of five stars. The storyline is interesting, however the art is minimal and the theme of the story does not match the use of language. Another annoying feature was the frequent change of font and the hard-to-read fonts. Nevertheless, it's a quick, fun read!
Kannagi Volume 1 (Kannagi : Crazy Shrine Maidens) download epub
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Author: Eri Takenashi
ISBN: 1604962674
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Manga
Language: English
Publisher: Bandai Entertainment (June 7, 2011)
Pages: 180 pages