- By Sekihiko Inui

Comic Party, Vol. 01

  • Title: Comic Party, Vol. 01
  • Author: Sekihiko Inui
  • ISBN: 9781591828549
  • Page: 268
  • Format: Paperback
  • Comic Party Vol Kazuki Sendo had always loved drawing and painting with his girlfriend Mizuki Takase But when classmate Taishi Kuhonbutsu pulls them into a doujinshi convention Kazuki enters a whole new world Soon

    Kazuki Sendo had always loved drawing and painting with his girlfriend, Mizuki Takase But when classmate Taishi Kuhonbutsu pulls them into a doujinshi convention, Kazuki enters a whole new world Soon he finds himself passionately drawing manga and cramming to get into conventions As Kazuki gets acquainted with the doujinshi life style and meets new friends, he starts toKazuki Sendo had always loved drawing and painting with his girlfriend, Mizuki Takase But when classmate Taishi Kuhonbutsu pulls them into a doujinshi convention, Kazuki enters a whole new world Soon he finds himself passionately drawing manga and cramming to get into conventions As Kazuki gets acquainted with the doujinshi life style and meets new friends, he starts to drift away from Mizuki and his normal way of living Thus begins the struggle of a talented artist

    1 thought on “Comic Party, Vol. 01

    1. This is a review for Volume 1 to 4. I sadly don't have Volume 5 (thanks to Tokyopop quitting and making it very hard to finish series/find those last volumes), but maybe one day I will find it somewhere *crosses fingers*. Then I can finally finish this series for real.I have already read this series a few times (though I lost count, and it was definitely before I found ), but I wanted to re-read it again before the year ended. This was such a fun, but a bit over the top series, great characters [...]

    2. SERIES REVIEW: If you liked Dramacon, you will love this series as well. This is also about conventions, with the main character being an up-and-coming doujinka (doujinshi artist/author). We get to go along with him on his journey as he teams up with other doujinka to both become better at his career and to save ComiPa.I wish I had the last book - Vol.5 - but, I don't. I feel like that one probably has a climax for Kazuki vs. Eimi.

    3. Hmm I must say this manga/anime series is a good one. Even though the storyline is not that great (it not bad either). However, the thing that I really like about it is it a series that made to appreciate the hard work of doujinshi, also you can understand alot more to the world of doujinshi by watching/reading this series as well. Ohh yea, another thing that made this series stand out is it humor, there were alot of funny situation in this series, especially with the character Taishi, god that [...]

    4. I never would have picked this up on my own accord, but an amazon seller sent me the wrong item… Needless to say, I wish I never had picked it up. Not my tastes at all – far too exaggerated. I expect fans of Excel Saga or similar would love it, but… I can’t bring myself to finish this. It lost my attention from page one with the nail-filled-cricket-bat-alarm-clock and proceeded to go downhill from there.

    5. One of the worst manga I ever read. It just moves from one comicon to another without any sense. If you want to read manga about otaku, pick up Genshiken and forget this crap.

    6. Comic Party Vol.1 was pretty good. It has an interesting set of characters and sets them up fairly well in the first couple chapters. Not outstanding but a neat read and a good break from the norm.

    7. [Series Length: 5 volumes / Read: volumes 1-5](Would you like me to post a short review of this series? Feel free to place a request in my GoodReads InBox. Thanks!)

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