I’m Bored: Talking About The Covers of Komi-san wa Komyusho desu

Komi-san Wa Komyusho Desu (Komi-san can’t communicate) by Oda Tomohito.

Magazine Published: Weekly Shonen Sunday

Summary (According to Mangakakalot): Komi-san is the beautiful and admirable girl that no-one can take their eyes off her. Almost the whole school sees her as the cold beauty out of their league, but Tadano Shigeo knows the truth: she’s just really bad at communicating with others. Komi-san, who wishes to fix this bad habit of hers, tries to improve it with the help of Tadano-kun.

Why do I recommend it: A really fun story with the interactions between the main characters being the star of the show.

The Signature Style of the Covers: Komi looking at us when she is at an event.

Warning: Spoilers Abound up until Chapter 70, and discussing about my thoughts on the characters who appears in the cover.

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I’m Bored: Talking About The Manga Covers of Welcome To The Ballroom

Why, cause I really love this manga series when I first read it. And the best thing about this series is the ridiculously gorgeous art that is best shown with the covers made by Tomo Takeuchi. Since I have sometime with me (and to preemptively apologize for deciding to not watch the anime due to lacking the resources to watch it legally), let’s look at the covers of the manga from the start till now.

Warning to the anime viewers, spoilers abound.

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Escape The Night With Joey Graceffa Season 2: The Masquerade

How This New Season Started: With Joey Graceffa (due to taking the deed) being possessed by another greater evil: a witch who manipulated Joey to invite YouTubers who I don’t care about (except for Tyler Oakley, and that’s because he’s easily more recognizable than anybody else) over normal people who normal people don’t care about to play characters that everybody will 90% forget about for a Victorian style dinner party with theatrics that people should have thought twice about.

Unless you are the previous survivors, who wisely choose to decline with the risk of “dying” (until a possible All Stars season came along).

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