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Blackbird Vol 11 Review...MANGA review!

Hi ForeverBookers,

Firstly, I’ve said it before but I ADORE the artwork in this manga series! It’s just so my aesthetic. I wish we had some colour pages inside the manga but if I was to create a manga series I’d certainly try to somewhat replicate the style of the artwork in Blackbird. The covers give you a feel for what the art style is like. 
I didn’t read this volume for any readathons! 
Spoilers Below (as this is the first manga review on this blog there really are spoilers)...

I enjoyed this volume of Blackbird. In it we see Misao become her own person, I feel. “I want to be able to walk with Kyo on my own two feet,” shows this. She doesn’t want to be insignificant to Kyo. She wants to be strong, as he has been! At the same time we have Sho plotting to break Misao and Kyo up. ”All I have to say is...”Shall I break the seal I put on your memories, Misao?” If all goes well cracks will form in their relationship.” Sho is very much the main antagonist in the story. He wants Misao for him…
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