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    5
    05.13.06
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    I love the artwork, I love the story, Dokebi Bride is truly breathtaking. I imediately took to Sunbi who's bright personality in childhood is overshadowed be her experiences as she grows into a teen.

    I can't stop thinking about her current situation and hoping that there will be a way for her to be happy someday. All of the characters are very well developed and the artwork is highly skillful, the details are amazing.

    I really can't say enough about this one and look forward to the next chapter!

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    4
    05.13.06
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    I'm not a very big fan of silly stories, and this one can be very silly at times. What balances that for me is the touching moments between Yodong and his vampire.

    I felt very badly about Yodong's dog, although I believe the situation is supposed to be humorous to some extent. The happenings with his boss are really heating things up. I look forward to watching Yodong and his vampire as they try to come to terms with their relationship and their relationships with others.

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    4
    05.13.06
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    This is one of those stories which relies heavily on character development and human emotion to pull it through. I'm not a big fan of the art but really like the use of color.

    What made me read this all the way to the current chapter was a genuine attachment to Catsby. I find that I understand and sympathize with him much of the time. I know what it's like to be him, although I've never been through exactly what he is going through.

    I have come to really care about Catsby and hope for his hapiness, and that is what will bring me back for more when the next chapter is posted.

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    5
    05.13.06
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    Let Dai is a truly captivating manga that is difficult to stop thinking about. While I've read everything available I can't stop wanting more and have already read what's available twice.

    The violence occasionally turns me off, and for a while I thought I might stop reading, but my mind wouldn't stop asking the question why. Let Dai is like taking a slow trip through a truly disturbed mind. You can't stop thinking about what makes Dai who he is and what he might do next.

    I look forward to reading the next chapter, knowing it won't be enough, yet hoping to learn just a little bit more about Dai.

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