PhD: Phantasy Degree, Vol. 1 (PhD: Phantasy Degree #1)
by Son Hee-Joon
Sang is a fearlessly spunky young girl in search of the Demon School Hades. Fortunately for her, she comes across a group of misfit monsters that are ditching class from the Demon school. She convinces them to sneak her into the class that normally only allows monsters to attend. Mystery, intrigue and high jinks unfold as Sang finds a way to become a monster--and begins a...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 11th 2005 by TokyoPop
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This is the first Manga I've read. It was quite fun and I really want to read the rest of the series, although I'm not convinced that I want to pay full price for any more. It seems a lot of money to pay when it only takes a day to read. I've also learnt to read the age on the back of the book - I'll probably stick to Manga's for older audiences in future. But for a first Manga I enjoyed it and I still want to read more.
The dialogue was cheesy, the puns, terrible. The plot was uninspired, and the characters seemed to lack depth and motivation. It's very vague, and it lacks a clear sense of direction. I'm probably the wrong age and gender to enjoy this sort of thing. But hey, I got the first three volumes for three bucks. Why not?