domingo, 13 de dezembro de 2015

Mangás: Haunted House


Eu gosto MUITO das obras da Mitsukazu Mihara. Ela (quase) sempre faz uma mini-história e publica no final das Gothic & Lolita Bible, além de claro, se basear muito na moda lolita.

Essa história é muito engraçada, coitado do muleque, a família dele parece a Família Addams, só que ele não curte nem um pouco essa coisa gótica e obscura. Daí que encontra muita dificuldade para arrumar uma namorada XD~

Haunted House (Japanese: ホーンテッドハウス Hepburn: Hōnteddo Hausu) is a comedy horror manga written and illustrated by Mitsukazu Mihara. Known for her short stories and characters dressed in the Gothic Lolita fashion,[1] Mihara continued her use of death-themed material in Haunted House, a volume of one-shot chapters focusing on the teenage protagonist's attempts to find and keep a girlfriend despite his gothic family. Shodensha published Haunted House in Japan on October 8, 2002.

Tokyopop licensed it for an English-language release in North America, along with four of her other works, and released it on October 10, 2006. English-language critics were divided on whether it was enjoyable or repetitive, with several comparing it to the Addams Family.

Haunted House consists of one-shot chapters connected by the teenage protagonist, Sabato Obiga—his first name refers to Sabbath. In each, he attempts to find and keep a girlfriend, whom his gothic family inevitably frightens away. His family is made up of his father, who works at a bank; his mother, a reader of poetry; twin sisters Lisa and Misa, both of whom create voodoo dolls; and their black cat. In Haunted House, Mitsukazu Mihara continued her use of death-themed material—also seen in her other manga The Embalmer and R.I.P.: Requiem in Phonybrian.

FONTE: Wikipedia

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