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I just realized there’s a thread for manga and anime here.

 

Anime - both in Netflix 

I recently watched Violette Evergarden series and specials and highly recommend it - it is a mature slice of life genre mix in with a bit of steam punk fantasy.

 

Second one I watched was The Promises Neverland and oh it is a very dark fantasy about a group of orphans trying to escape their fate. Although it is dark, I really enjoy the strong depiction of children and their relationships. 
 

Manga - in order of favorites:

 

1. Kusuriya no Hitorigoto by Natsu Hinata and Nekokurage : it is a historical mystery set in an ancient China like kingdom and slice of life with a very clever heroine that is a prodigy at poison and herbs/medicine but she is stuck in servitude in the palace and solving mysteries. Everything about this is a masterpiece - the story and art.

 

2. Fukushuu wo Chikatta ShiroNeko wa Ryuuou no Hiza no Ue de Damin wo Musaboru by Aki and Kureha : an adorable fantasy story about a girl that got sent to another world with a dragon king and turns into a white cat but her arch nemesis and fake bestie is also there. Very light hearted but the artwork is so lovely.

 

3. Totsukuni no Shoujo by Nagabe : a dark fantasy about a little girl being raised by a mysterious monster ‘sensei’. The story and art is mysterious and nostalgic - revoking classical style from Europe. So many questions raised but it is also pure with innocence and yet a bit creepy. 


 

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