My Wandering Warrior Existence [Manga] Review – A Unique View of Love and Marriage
- Mangaka : Nagata Kabi
- Publisher : Seven Seas Entertainment
- Genre : Autobiography, Full-Color
- Published : March 15, 2022
Everyone has struggled in some way or another with love-related issues. After all, it is a concept that, despite our best efforts, defies description; it is only something that may be understood in a wide variety of ways. It is common for humans, especially those who often are not attracted to other people, to ponder what exactly love is because we are naturally curious individuals who also need to belong. Of course, the legendary Nagata Kabi is no exception to it, and in her book My Wandering Warrior Existence, she opens up to us about her struggles with it. Here are our thoughts on the manga.
My Wandering Warrior Existence is another another autobiographical Nagata Kabi manga, as is the norm. This time, she describes how difficult it is for her to sate her intense want for both love and love in return. However, as we have seen from Nagata-earlier sensei’s works on her life, it is not as simple as that. She doesn’t have a boyfriend, has never been on a date, and has only had a few sex acts.
Why You Should Read My Wandering Warrior Existence
1. Unique and Eye-opening Point of View
My Wandering Warrior Existence is a welcome addition to Nagata-renowned sensei’s writings, which also include My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, My Solo Exchange Diary, and My Alcoholic Escape from Reality. This manga is a wonder to the uninformed.
Nagata-sensei has created a pretty special method for enlightenment as a result of her prior experiences. She makes every effort to burst out of her shell as she works toward her objectives, even though this occasionally has undesirable outcomes. Nevertheless, her mental processes are consistently engaging and instructive for both her and her readers.
2. Introspection Down to the Finer Details
At this moment, it is obvious that Nagata-sensei probes deeply into her mind. She spends a lot of time reflecting, and it’s obvious that she has a gift for communicating that via her artwork. She is able to express her thought process in detail on paper, providing her readers with a clear picture of what is going on inside her head. She attempts to determine, for instance, why she isn’t falling in love in the manga. She initially blames it on having been sexually assaulted as a child, but she later rejects this explanation because she is aware that others who have had similar experiences eventually find love and wed. She then begins to deconstruct it further. As for how… To find out, you’ll need to read the manga.
Readers who have faced comparable challenges will be able to easily relate to Nagata-decisions sensei’s and conclusions because of her introspection, which is both thorough and lucid. Her thoughts occasionally become a little jumbled and jumbled. However, who doesn’t occasionally do that, right?
Why You Should Skip My Wandering Warrior Existence
1. A Short Recollection of Sexual Assault
A brief account of Nagata-childhood sensei’s experience with sexual abuse may be found in My Wandering Warrior Existence. She has taken care to make it clear when the remembrance is about to occur so that readers who find such material upsetting can skip it. We’re not necessarily telling you to stop reading the manga as a result, but we do think it only right to issue a fair warning.
Nagata-sensei doesn’t hesitate to present an opinion that deviates from accepted norms. We adore the short journey to her small enlightenment—or at least the process of her attempting to get there—in My Wandering Warrior Existence, which is similar to her previous works. The reader is drawn into Nagata-sensei’s stories right away by their intrigue, which later turns into relatability, elevating the reading experience to a personal one.
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