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Arm of Kannon, Vol. 1 by Masakazu Yamaguchi

Arm of Kannon, Vol. 1

by Masakazu Yamaguchi

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Oh man. This is possibly the CRAPPIEST manga I've read all year, and I've been reading a lot of bottom-barrel rejects.
There's violence galore, nudity, panty shots, everything a boy could hope for. Any memory of the plot, however, has been completely wiped out by the fact that THERE IS AN AWKWARD SCENE WHERE A WOMAN HAS THE MAIN (UNDERAGE) BOY STRAPPED DOWN TO A TABLE AND SHE DECIDES TO JERK HIM OFF AND HIS PENIS WON'T STOP SHOOTING SPERM and it is SO not a mental image I ever needed and now whenever I glance at this cover all I can think is of this scene. EEEW EW EW EW EW.

Regardless of the quality of the art (not that great) the plot (forgettable, apparently) this scene is burned in my brain and I would give the darn manga zero or negative stars if I could as revenge for inflicting the imagery on my memory. UGH. ( )
  makaiju | May 11, 2009 |
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