It is on a Thursday afternoon and a group of teenagers are sitting around in a circle at the Brookdale library, laughing and talking. They all have one thing in common: their love for manga — Japanese comic books. They are gathering for their weekly manga club meeting, and are part of a growing trend that is spreading all throughout libraries and schools everywhere. The advisor, Brookdale Teen Librarian Alicia Anderson, starts off the meeting with a manga-related game; the winners earning Japanese Hello Kitty sodas. Manga stories deal with every theme possible, even though they are thought to be mostly science-fiction and fantasy stories. They discuss the characters and plot, sharing opinions of which of two boy characters the girl in the story should go for, and compare it to other books and manga, even weaving in some literary concepts, such as foreshadowing. The teens bring up some interesting points, such as how the grandmother in manga stories is always portrayed as strict and severe. Most points are shared by the girls, with the guys occasionally throwing out a thought. Taylor Miller, 13, an eighth-grader at Brooklyn Center Junior-Senior High School, is an active participant at these manga club meetings.
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Inuyashiki debuted in the January issue of Kodansha 's seinen manga magazine, Evening and ended in July Ten compilation volumes have been published. A live-action film adaptation premiered in Japan in April Inuyashiki Ichiro is an older, friendless man with an uncaring family. One fateful evening in a nearly empty public park, he is struck by an explosion of extraterrestrial origin, and his body is replaced by an incredibly powerful, but still outwardly human, mechanical body. He quickly realizes the extent of his body's powers, and after saving a homeless man being beaten by a pack of teenagers, he decides to dedicate himself to doing good, using his powers to heal those with incurable diseases and fight crime. However, a teenager who was with him at the time of the explosion, Shishigami Hiro, had the same fate as Ichiro, but unlike Inuyashiki, Shishigami becomes a psychopath who goes about using his newfound abilities to murder various people, from classmates that annoy him to innocent families, including young children, just for amusement. His acts of merciless cruelty bring him the attention of the police, who can do nothing to stop him. Hiro becomes the most wanted criminal in the country.
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