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    06.09.08
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    Definitely something to shake things up. The title caught my eye, and I wondered exactly what was inside this story. Not that i'm gay but not that there's anything wrong with it.. heheh. Anyway, the book is cool, lots of dialogue, it speaks of honest and truthful concepts and values. There's a lot to be learned from here about behavior and knowing to do the right thing. It offers a lot to the younger generation and i hope that they do check this out, in case it is your cup o tea. Realistic situations for characters that have been intimately humanized.. nicely done. Wouldn't mind more of these different titles, whaddya say netcomics? :)

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    5
    05.20.08
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    at first it was the title and the cover that intrigued me and made me want to read it... not to mention that i like my freebies and love those free chapters. The story seems to be developing and i'm not sure where it's headed but i'm ready to enjoy the laughs and more angst that may be in store! thanks netcomics!

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    5
    02.05.08
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    mucho characters, i feel plunged into the story yet not knowing where it's going... a bit of suspense arising, and magical creatures are always good! Love the exposure to korean history, it is an invaluable lesson which i applaud as presented in this setting.. Content such as ancient history and delving into reads are what separates titles.. anticipating the next selection!

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    5
    07.02.06
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    The artwork and drawing is remarkable. I was captivated by the artwork and detail while amused by the story because I was reminded of how it feels to be a teenager. Good for laughs and lots of chuckles!

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    5
    07.02.06
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    Land of Silver Rain actually grew on me as I read on and on. At first, I was thinking that this is written for little girls. However, as I continued, I realized that there was more to the story, in hidden lessons to be learned. The art is incredible, and the story is just as good! It has caught my interest and new twists in the plot keep the excitement going for me! I also hope that we can see other series by Mira Lee.

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    5
    07.02.06
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    Madtown Hospital is a crazy and yes wacky comedic spin of ER. Zany characters abound with plentiful laughs and over-the-top humor. While it seems that some of the jokes were "lost in translation," the humor is ever present as you read through this laugh-out-loud humor emanating from the pages! Mad spoofs had me reeling, and I thoroughly enjoyed the first volume! Can't wait to read more!

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    5
    06.10.06
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    Once I began the series, I didn't stop until I had read all the chapters available. And it wasn't cool to stop the chapters at such a critical time in the story. What became of Yanghee? And Narutbae, his role is still unclear to me. There's a lot more story left in this one i sense. Zero/Six is a highly mysterious yet in instances, humorous account of technology falling out of the sky in the form of an attractive female we find to be the slave automaton of Moolchi? The reasons are unclear yet the plot unfolds slowly and steadily. A slave automaton? And what exactly is Moolchi? The action is intense and you're never sure where the next scene is heading. I enjoy the suspense and love the art!

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    5
    06.06.06
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    What an fun read! This is my first time being exposed to korean folklore and I am very interested to say the least! I can see the hurt in Okboon as she tries to save her grandchild. I fear the worst is yet ahead for Sunbi. The artwork is beautiful.

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    5
    05.23.06
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    After reading the first volume, I've come to really feel for the characters in this fine story. Catsby and his emotional transitions are so well depicted, the art is amazing!

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    5
    05.23.06
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    Easy to read, easy to laugh along. The storyline has definitely peaked my interest. I'll be waiting for more about these kooky characters.

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