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Tegami Bachi, Letter Bee, Vol. 4: A Letter Full of Lies (edition 2011)

by Hiroyuki Asada

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Title:Tegami Bachi, Letter Bee, Vol. 4: A Letter Full of Lies
Authors:Hiroyuki Asada
Info:VIZ Media LLC (2011), Edition: Original, Paperback, 200 pages
Collections:Your library, Read but unowned, Comics/Graphic Novels
Tags:fiction, manga, fantasy, adventure, graphic novel, shounen, young adult, postal service, Viz

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Tegami Bachi, Volume 4: A Letter Full of Lies by hiroyuki Asada




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The art, as always, is beautiful and the story is still interesting. Unlike some manga, it seems like Tegami Bachi is actually progressing and Lag is continually getting closer to finding Gauche. Niche and Steak don't let me down either, as they're still super awesome. In its 4th volume, Tegami Bachi is still going strong and still remains one of my favorite mangas. ( )
  BrynDahlquis | Jan 10, 2014 |
Reason for Reading: next in the series.

Another great entry in this series. Briefly without giving anything away this volume continues to expand upon our main character, Lag,'s development. We learn a little more about Niche's mysterious being and Lag spends time with a couple of other Letter Bee's with whom we've only met in passing before. A couple of new characters are introduced, both of whom appear they will be major characters from now on, especially since the next volume is named after one of them. Most importantly to the plot we learn that there are people who are not happy about the way things are being run by the government.

I didn't notice Lag's "crybaby" attitude showing once this time around. He has really started to mature. Niche is up to her tricks with underwear again since we find out Sylvette gave her a pair of lacy girl's undies and she does not like them. There is plenty of humour to be found in this volume. But there are also several fights with the Gaichuu (and others) for those looking for action and most importantly of all, to me, the plot and characters move forward in several directions continuing with the main plot of trying to find Gauche, whose trail they know they are upon, and continuing and introducing several side plots as well. Now just to wait for May and Volume 5. This is one of my favourite manga series. ( )
  ElizaJane | Mar 5, 2011 |
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"Lag, now a Letter Bee rookie, meets Dr. Thunderland, Jr., a peculiar man who collects and catalogs the various Amberground species. When the doctor takes a particular interest in Steak, Lag and Niche have to hustle to keep him off the doctor's dissection table! The ensuing chaos pays off for Lag when the doctor reveals that Gauche--Lag's missing hero--paid the doctor a visit before he disappeared."--Cover.… (more)

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