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Tegami Bachi, Vol. 6: Letter Bee (Tegami Bachi #6)

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The Lighthouse in the Wasteland  Lag finds his long-lost hero Gauche Suede! But Gauche’s heart is so depleted that he has no memory of his former self, and now goes by Noir the Marauder. Lag’s only hope to recover the real Gauche is a special letter bullet that will convey Lag’s heart to his friend. Lag’s not sure how to go about writing the perfect letter, but his Letter ...more
Paperback, 188 pages
Published August 2nd 2011 by VIZ Media LLC (first published February 9th 2009)
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Grace Zhen
Nov 13, 2011 Grace Zhen rated it it was amazing
I liked this volume because it concentrated more on the relation between Lag, slyvette and Guache's. Lag is trying hard to find Guache for Slyvette's sake and he thinks that writing a letter will bring the old Guache back. I thought there was a cute slyvette and lag moment when Lag and slyvette were sleeping together on the train. Even though i'm a fan of their pairing, i thought that they made a very peaceful and adorable picture. It was a nice break in the series because Lag has a break from ...more
Nicola Mansfield
Sep 02, 2011 Nicola Mansfield rated it really liked it
Reason for Reading: next in the series

Lag is in the process of writing a letter bullet which will hopefully connect his heart to Gauche and help him recover his own heart which he has lost. We get flashbacks to see exactly what happened to Gauche that made him lose not only his memories but his heart and become Noir the Marauder. In the meantime Lag goes about some of us his regular letter bee duties where he learns more about how hearts can be connected to each other and especially helps Sylvet
May 27, 2015 Dani rated it it was amazing
So I really enjoyed the first two chapters which are letter bee stories, the first about two girls who were connected and the other about a man's journals being eaten by a gaichuu. Both were cute in their own way. We meet Jiggy Pepper and I adore how he complimented Niche's help. Also a cute chapter with Sylvette!

Loved several frames in this volume, Niche visualizing how she helped and her one legged stance on the back of the motorcycle! Plus Niche frantic to find Lag makes for some lovely frame
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Steve Shea
Feb 19, 2016 Steve Shea rated it really liked it
Shelves: manga-all-genres
Tegami Bachi (Letter Bee) is a high-concept manga series that can leave readers scratching their heads unless they pay close attention. I haven't dedicated the sort of attention to this that I thought I would, but I intend to go back. There's just something irresistible about the art, kind of a darkish shoujo style, but from a different universe, so all the shoujo visual cues are wrong somehow, and the effect is just to visually draw me into every frame. Definitely worth a second read.
Sarah Hayes
Sep 10, 2012 Sarah Hayes rated it it was amazing
Shelves: manga-lns-misc
The strongest and most engaging volume of Tegami Bachi so far. I adored every page of it. I especially enjoyed the stories about the lighthouse and the doll, especially since the doll chapter gave Sylvette Suede some much-needed time to shine - and she is awesome. The further this manga goes into the land of Amberground, the more I want to follow it into this excellent world-building and story development. Thank you, Viz, for publishing this series!
James Maxon
Sep 20, 2011 James Maxon rated it it was ok
What a disappointing book in this so-far great series. I felt that I was watching filler content from an Anime. At least the last chapter got back to the story, short as it was.
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Hiroyuki Asada (浅田 弘幸 Asada Hiroyuki) is a Japanese manga artist who is best known for his steampunk series Tegami Bachi. The first manga series he created was called I'll, and was a basketball series. All of Asada's manga were serialized in the monthly shōnen anthology Monthly Shōnen Jump (which has since been discontinued; Tegami Bachi now appears in its replacement Jump Square). He made his ...more
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