Blue period chapter 44 named – for now can I re-examine first, is released on 13 June 2021. You can read the Blue period in its monthly magazine.
About Blue Period
Blue Period is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Tsubasa Yamaguchi. The series has been serialized in Kodansha’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Afternoon since June 2017 and has been collected in 10 tankōbon volumes as of May 2021. The series is licensed in English by Kodansha USA. An anime television series adaptation by Seven Arcs will premiere in October 2021.
Yatora Yaguchi is a fairly popular student who excels in school but often deals with inner emptiness and frustrations. One day he became fascinated by a painting at his high school’s art club so deeply that it inspired him to try his hand at painting. Later he was inspired by a friend Ryuji and subsequently joining the art club, becoming more deeply involved, and attempts to apply for the Tokyo University of the Arts as his choice of college.
Second-year high school student Yatora Yaguchi is bored with his normal life. He studies well and plays around with his friends, but in truth, he does not enjoy either of those activities. Bound by norms, he secretly envies those who do things differently.
That is until he discovers the joy of drawing. When he sees a painting made by a member of the Art Club, Yatora becomes fascinated with the colors used in it. Later, in an art exercise, he tries to convey his language without words but instead through painting. After that experience, Yatora finds himself so invested in the art that he decides that it is what he wants to do for a living. But there stand multiple obstacles in his way: his parents who are hesitant over his unique choices, his more experienced peers, and the study of a subject much deeper than he initially expected.
Blue Period Chapter 44: Release Date And Read Manga Online
Blue period chapter 44 named – for now can I re-examine first, is released on 13 June 2021. The genre of Blue Period is coming of age. You can read Blue period in its monthly magazine named Monthly Afternoon and also on Seven Arcs studio. You can also read it on various websites like mangal, mangaowl, manganelo, mangajar, etc.
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