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かんなぎ 1 (Kannagi: Crazy Shrine Maidens #1)

3.15 of 5 stars 3.15  ·  rating details  ·  46 ratings  ·  7 reviews
御厨仁が彫った木彫りの像に"ナギ"と名乗る女神が宿った。外見はかわいい女の子だが、ハチャメチャなナギに仁の日常は徐々に浸食されていく!? 武梨えり先生の人気連載がついに単行本化!!『月姫』、『Fate/stay night』の武内崇先生との超豪華合作イラストも収録!!
Published August 9th 2006 by 一迅社
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D.M. Dutcher
Quirky take on the magical girl genre. A young man is carving a small statue out of the remnants of a shin-boke-a god tree. It was cut down, and he wanted to use it for his school project. To his suprise a shinto goddess uses it to manifest into this world after a long sleep. She's horrified at the tree being cut down, and quickly ensnares him into reigning in defilement-black bugs and creatures-that are appearing at a growing rate.

Don't be fooled by the cover. Nagi is as far from a typical magi
Zachary Rawlins
I wasn't really sure what to make of this series - I'm not much for the whole 'magical girl' genre, and I was iffy about the art, but a friend from Japan insisted that I read it. The start is very slow, but there does seem to be something here, beneath the surface of what otherwise reads as a very typical 'boy and girl forced to live together' manga. This books deals with Shinto in a much more series way than most other manga do. Its not filled with ecchi stuff or panty shots, though it is orien ...more
This is a manga based off Shintoism. As a child, Jin carved a shrine maiden from a sacred tree in Kannagi prefecture. When she suddenly comes to life and declares to stamp out impurity (or 'defilements') from people's lives, Jin doesn't know what to do, so announces she is his sister. Jin doesn't know what he is getting himself in for!

Magic and myth combine to make a strange yet entertaining opening to a story.

An odd yet enjoyable first installment.
Better by the end; but still rather limp. I wish I liked it more.
Awkward, difficult translation. Otherwise I like the concept and characters, though it is a bit cliche.
This is about as far as I'll go with this series. No more.
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