Reviews / SKY

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Wide-eyed Wander
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It is such an emotionally charged manga that really keeps you invested in each plot you encounter.
Aug 24
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Justin Andrew Mason
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The art style and presentation harken back to a classic style of manga art, and the color presentation is really beautiful. The series of stories presented in these two volumes are very human tales. Some sad, some hopeful. Some both. I'm glad I read these. Each volume has two (very large) chapters; so be prepared for a lengthy read.

On a side note, I am curious if the use of historical names was a decision made by the translator or the original author.
Aug 22
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PULP
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For a two vol. manga it realy nice story, anjoy it .
Aug 22
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Art-chan
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So far the stories have been mostly stand alone, but all of them deal with the sky in some fashion. In one story three men fall for one woman during WWII. Don't expect a far-reaching plot, but a nice quick way to spend an afternoon.
Aug 11
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Robert
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The name of the male main character was confusing. Eddie Rickenbacker is a famous WW1 ace, in this story Eddie is born after WW1 and his father Robert Rickenbacker was the ace pilot.
Aug 11
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