There's manga out there about everything, right? Cooking manga is an entire subgenre of its own, complete with recepies. There's stories about each and every sport. Board games (including shogi). Wine-tasting. There's sex instruction manual mangas for adults and sex-ed manga for kids. So where's the origami manga that obviously has to exist?
I've been folding origami since I was 8, and work at an intermediate-advanced level.* Heck, I teach Girl Scouts origami. I wanna read origami stories.
Please point me toward some. Extra bonus points if there's translations (official or fan) available.
* I've worked through Lang's insect books and just about everything by Montroll.
Well I like origami.
Like the crane and toad
so...Uhmmm Can you give me some titles of Kama sutra related mangas...
Specifically Kama Sutra related, or the sex manual mangas? I was thinking of Futari Ecchi when I wrote that.
Read or Die, eh? I've only seen the OVA, but I take it the paper sisters of the manga do some origami things with paper? I'll check it out, then.
Read or Die is a manga about reading or something..
But thanks for "Futaru Ecchi"
I'll read that
Nah, Read or Die is a thriller -- secret agents of the British Library who happen to be paper mages. The OVA rocks as an action/adventure, with an opening theme that outdoes James Bond movies. Check it out.
The tv series is a lot worse than the OVA.
i think there's two manga series that are named Read Or Die. one of them is indeed about reading and mysteries and stuff. but i do remember reading a manga version of R.O.D the OAV
Read or Die has a complicated history: started as a light novel series, R.O.D: Read or Die (with, yes, no period after the D, go fig); which has two manga adapations, Read or Die and its sequel Read or Dream; and two anime adaptations, the OVA called Read or Die and the series called R.O.D the TV. All the incarnations involve Yomiko Readman, a special agent of the British Library, though Dream and TV feature other characters looking for her after she goes missing, one of them a writer.
oh that clears it up. i wonder what that series that featured like... 3 sisters solving mysteries and really liked books was then. i could've sworn it was "read or ____"