ANIME & MANGA - Review
11:00 - 21st December 2014, by NEO Staff

Noragami: Stray God

If there’s one thing we love here at NEO, especially in the dark winter months, it’s a good supernatural story. Especially when you mix in a good dose of high school comedy. Cue Noragami, the manga adaptation of the anime series of the same name, by artistic duo Adachitoka, who previously worked on the Alive series from Del Rey.

The story follows Yato, a god with a difference – he’s homeless! Without a shrine, or any worshippers, he’s got to get to grafting, opening a business to help those in need – for a fee. Whether it’s dealing with school bullies or finding a lost kitten, there’s no job too big... or too small.

With a crisp, accessible style, and a brisk and engaging pace, Noragami: Stray God is a great bet for fans of the original anime series.

A charming and funny supernatural tale based on the popular anime!
SCORE: 3.5/5
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