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Kohei Horikoshi’s “Hiroaka”
In this article, I will introduce the works that I found to be particularly excellent from among the many Japanese manga works.
This time, I would like to introduce Kohei Horikoshi’s “Hiroaka”. In terms of depiction, the deformation that is reasonably organized while producing movement and power is skillful, and when focusing on the story side, the hero who longed for a hero overcomes many difficulties and grows up with his friends. It is a royal work that both children and children can enjoy.
The charm of “Hiroaka”
The charm of Hiroaka is its royal story. A royal story can turn into a childish, stale piece if you make a mistake, but that’s not the case with this piece. It is structured so that both adults and children can enjoy the exciting development.