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Monday, January 22, 2007

Manga Review Thingy: Lolicon Phoenix ch1-5


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Do you like manga? Perhaps you love 20th Century Boys? Maybe you pine for the glory days of Rurouni Kenshin? Hail the original NHK as equal to Proust? Is Fruit Baskets your thing?

If you answered "yes" to any of those questions, then Lolicon Phoenix may be exactly what you've been looking for all these years!*

*But it probably isn't.

In the first chapter we're introduced to "Best Of 2005" Mia-chan and our ever faithful justice of loli, the Lolicon Phoenix. Not only is he oddly buff for a 26 year old NEET, he wears a snazzy mask that helps keep his identity hidden and provides excellent camoflague from those who do not understand the importance of protecting little girls.


Haha, mere mortals cannot catch The Lolicon Phoenix!


The second chapter sees Lolicon Phoenix face off against a Muay Thai champion, intent on doing "this" and "that" with lolis everywhere. How can he possibly beat a man with a belt strap wrapped around his face??


Only those pure of heart are able to love little girls. It's true. Check wikipedia


In the third outing, things just got personal as the sweet Mia-chan is seemingly attacked by her own puppy dog that has changed into a rabid beast of illegal eroero. Only Lolicon Phoenix can save the day—if he can get out of the swingset that is!


That's how it was translated, I swear


The fourth scanlation has our masked hero meeting face to face with the infamous leader of the loli version of COBRA. Expect noone to come out unscathed from this show-down.


Hmmm, I have to admit, it does seem natural when you put it that way


And in the fifth and latest chapter scanlated, The Lolicon Phoenix decides to regroup and build his own batmobile to help escort lolis about town safely, away from those dubious types who wish to do them harm.


Go Speed!


Okay, in all seriousness, Lolicon Phoenix isn't exactly classy manga; the translation effort is pretty rough and the artwork is of the standard that makes a guy like me feel confident that I could make money in the biz... BUT, if lowbrow is your way of the ninja and if any of those screens or even the very concept of a defender of all things loli amuses you I think it's safe to say that your life is forfit shoul you decide to foolishly pass this series over.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Ravage said...

Chapter 6 and 7 have already been out for a couple of days.
No way I can say it's a good manga and even I sometimes go o.O at some parts, but for some reason I find some scenes and parts of dialogue hilarious.
There hasn't been a chapter so far that has failed to make me laugh.

3:57 PM

 
Blogger Crayotic Rockwell said...

Hmm my madd search skills have clearly failed me this time. Thanks for the heads up though; you are a true ally of little girls, good sir!

4:07 PM

 
Blogger Tyciol said...

How can people not recognize the utter masterpiece here?

1:53 PM

 

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