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We’re not in Oz either.

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 29, 2010: Naive Art – simple, bold, almost cartoony, but there’s more subtlety to it than it appears at first. This is the analogy – not a perfect one – that comes to mind when I try to think how to describe the style of this story.

Four teens stumble into another world, which needs them to save it for some reason. They are soon attacked, and a dark knight appears. First impressions: it’s rather cliched, doesn’t seem very deep, but there’s something [more . . .]

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Violent Fantasy Featuring a Powerful and Inhuman Protagonist

By Krako, member

Aug 16, 2016: A young girl is imprisoned alone in a dungeon and fights tooth, claw, and magic through levels of exponentially increasing difficulty and length, with new environments and demonic animals on every floor. As a result of her constant exposure to danger over a long period of isolation, the creature that emerges is violent, powerful, and completely innocent to the ways of society. Add to this the protagonist’s demonic status and the fact that the humans and majin of the world weren’t very racially tolerant in the first place, and you [more . . .]

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