The Economic Liability of the Middle Class in One Punch Man

One thing that comes immediately to mind when you think of One Punch Man is economic pressure and governmental oversight. I risk boring the reader even sharing my thoughts on the topic, given how obvious it is, but hopefully there’s still a little room to deal with how Saitama’s adventures illustrate a growing problem in first-world economic liability.

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A Bride’s Story, Vol 1: Living Takes Time

Woo!

& thus I unexpectedly embarked upon a multi-post journey through the volumes of Kaoru Mori’s A Bride’s Story.  If you are unfamiliar with the overall gist, here it is: 19th century clan in central Asia sends girl (Amir) to wed boy (Karluk) from another clan in another town.  Amir is eight years Karluk’s senior, which they both discover the day of their wedding.  Life ensues.

I am so happy that I picked this up.  I looked at the cover (“Hey, cool! Wonder if I could make that dress…”), read the description (“Oooo, struggles with identity!”), & then proceeded to lose myself in the awesomeness (YURTS!)

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