I’m Bored: Another 2 Short Manga About Dancing


[Left: Coda by Ichimura Hitoshi. Right: Tetsugaku Letra by Sahara Mizu]

This month I have a huge craving of manga, one that I feel like I wanted to devour them into my memories with their art & knowledge, even though my review should never be read professionally.

Although specifically, I’m focused on manga about dancing & sports in general (recently, I have just finished all the chapters of King Golf which available online in English, really recommend it for a really great protagonist) and today I will be reviewing the 2 dance mangas that has been finished, Coda and Tetsugaku Letra, even though this review is according to my memory of 2 months before.

[Plus, this is a really sad excuse as during my writing, I keep repeating some chapters of  Welcome To The Ballroom]

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I’m Bored: 2 Dancesport Manga That I Read Yesterday

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[Left: Welcome to the Ballroom by Tomo Takeuchi. Right: Straighten Up! Welcome to Shika High’s Competitive Dance Club by Yokota Takuma]

How the post came by during a long break: Browse at Manga Here, interested at the cover page of the Welcome to the Ballroom, spend my entire morning reading the chapters (strangely except for the first chapter) published, then looked at TvTropes for that page, see a manga with a similar premise called Straighten Up! Welcome to Shika High’s Competitive Dance Club, spend my entire afternoon reading the chapters (which are longer) published. And now we are here.

[Note: This is never a professional review]

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