And it’s once again Setsubun in Japan, when throw beans to chase the oni away and bring luck in, the effectiveness of which is up to discussion. But it might really have worked this time, since we don’t have more than a small appearance by our horned devas. But we do have the long-awaited final part of Iyokan’s Moriya epic, plus many other releases alternating between fun and seriousness.
And in keeping up with the purported beginning of spring, we have two more stories of the Bococho’s Farm Kazami Yuuka anthology, completing the translation of the entire book. You can get the stories below, or just download the whole thing.
(Also, there was some thing about American football…)
Iyokan – Though the Wind Cries – Latter Part
The final part of Iyokan’s stirring take on the story of the Moriya goddesses. After the grievances and sacriffices of their past, how do they fit in the modern world? And how does Sanae fit amongst them?
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