Publisher: Yen Press
Publication Date: May 19, 2015
This is not an often visited subject area for manga or anime. It doesn’t contain the sci-fi fantasy elements of Black Butler nor does it contain ridiculous and over the top comedic elements like in Tora Dora. That is what makes Emma so special. This is a traditional love story written within a society with strict rules of conduct. Reading a lot like Jane Austen or Charlotte Bronte, Emma shows a ethnographic perspective on how vast socio-economic boundaries negatively effect both the rich and the poor in England.
When I say I am in love with this manga, words can’t describe how much I want to read every single volume of this series.
I should also note that this comes packaged as a large hardcover in a double-sided dust jacket with different illustrations of Emma.
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