ASH: While the weekly floodgates of manga appear to have been reopened, there’s one release in particular that has my attention this week – Naoki Urasawa’s Mujirushi: The Sign of Dreams. I actually don’t know much about the manga beyond its creator, but that’s enough for me to pick it up.
KATE: What Ash said! Any week that brings us a new Naoki Urasawa title is a good week in my book.
SEAN: Urasawa is another one of those authors that I know I should love but I simply can’t get into their stuff. As such, I’ll go with Barakamon this week, as I thought it was over and now there is one more and this makes me happy.
ANNA: Urasawa for me! I’m always intrigued by his work.
MICHELLE: I’m for sure intrigued by Mujirushi, but after a spectacularly awful week personally, I find that the low-key shoujo comforts of That Blue Summer appeal to me the most.
MJ: I’m going to go with Mujirushi: The Sign of Dreams, though Urasawa can be hit-or-miss with me. But the title makes it sound like Probably My Thing, so that’s good enough for me.
Daniel saysJuly 28, 2020 at 3:47 pm
When quarantine started, I, as a student, stayed on campus in connection with work. Somehow … my roommate stayed too, although he could drive home, since he had no business at the university. This dickhead lay for 3.5 months in bed until the very end of the semester. The only reason he got up was to buy food and relieve himself. All he did was lie in bed and read this and similar manga. His chuckles made me want to tie the towel in a knot and shove it deep down his throat. And manga itself is nothing like that. Recommend!