Takujo no Ageha Chapters 2 & 3 Story & Art by Itsuki Furuya Review
These chapters basically bring to the forefront Furuya’s knack for comedy. I was bursting into fits of laughter every other page. This series excels in every aspect a shonen series can: comedy, artwork, action, etc. While Ageha makes for a compelling protagonist the supporting cast is equally if not moreso entertaining. It is worth noting that this series will not be to everyone’s liking: the series has rampant problems with sexism. That being said the manor in which it handled makes it easy to forgive to a certain degree. In conclusion I would say read these chapters. The comedy is miles above most Japanese comics’. I sincerely hope we see more of this series in the future in the west.