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On the Fifth Day of Christmas…

December 17, 2013

SOULLESSMANGA_1Sara gave to you – Soulless manga!  This is the first manga adaptation of Gail Carriger’s novel, Soulless, which is an absolutely delightful steampunk romp.
Alexia Tarabotti is a Soulless- she negates the supernatural, making her the bane of vampires, werewolves, and ghosts in London.  Of course, being a proper young lady she would never go looking for such beings, but when a vampire attacks one during a ball, well… What can one do?

The original novel is delightful and the manga adaptation is very well done.  Here are a few pages:





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The giveaway will run until December 22.
To enter my previous giveaways comment on the posts below:
His Majesty’s Dragon (only one more day)
Rot and Ruin
Wednesdays in the Tower
House of Many Ways

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  1. December 17, 2013 3:03 pm

    This is actually one of my favorites. I had read the series and absolutely loved it. Then one day at the library I saw the manga, so I picked it up and read it. It was just as great as the books. They really did a wonderful job with it.

  2. December 18, 2013 12:30 am

    I had no clue that this series had a manga! I don’t actually have a favorite manga anymore, it was Fruits Basket but it started getting confusing after awhile. I read a ton of comics but one of my favorites right now is God is Dead (Avatar Press) It’s about the gods of the polytheistic religions (Norse, Hindu, Mayan, etc.) coming back to earth and reeking havoc.


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