Eniale & Dewiela Vol. 1
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Eniale & Dewiela Vol. 1

Writer: Karmome Shirahama Artist: Karmome Shirahama Publisher: Yen Press Release Date: November 11, 2020 Cover Price: $13 Critic Reviews: 3
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When Eniale the coy angel and Dewiela the serious devil get into frivolous spats, the whole world gets caught up in their antics! Whether it's wrecking New York in a bid to nab some famous cosmetics, getting into a car chase in Paris over a clothing quarrel, or sinking Tokyo thanks to a zombie outbreak, it's the advent of an otherworldly duo who are both beautiful and obnoxious!
For readers ages 13 and up.

  • 9.0
    But Why Tho? - Olive St. Sauver Jan 16, 2021

    Eniale and Dewiela Volume 1 gives readers a look into a much more slapstick side of mangaka Kamome Shirahama. Featuring two wonderfully drawn leading ladies, and an array of mythical beings, the series is just as magical as Witch Hat Atelier. A largely episodic plot structure greatly benefits from humor that doesn't miss a step. It really is a manga that will keep readers smiling from beginning to end. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Anime UK News - Sarah Dec 21, 2020

    It will be fun to see where Shirahama takes her quarrelling winged heroines next and whether over-keen exorcist Donovan is hot on their trail again in the next collection of stories, due out in February 2021. It looks as if theyll be paying a visit to London and Big Ben . Is nothing sacred? I cant wait to find out! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    All-Comic - Siddharth Gupta Jan 20, 2021

    Thereve been many stories about angels and devils becoming friends, but Eniale & Dewiela mashes up Kamome Shirahamas godly artwork and devilish sense of humor in a unique story that only she could imagine. Its a silly but sincere satire of angel and devil myths and tropes, making fun of traditional concepts like naked angels while reaffirming the power in keeping faith in miracles. Shirahamas sense of humor has been lovingly localized by the excellent team at Yen Press, and particular kudos should be given to translator Caleb Cook for his clever turns of phrases, like Dewielas comment about Charon living out in the Styx. Shirahama has earned much acclaim for Witch Hat Atelier, which is considered one of the best comics being published right now. While Eniale & Dewiela is a somewhat sillier and slighter story, awe-inspiring illustrations and imagination still astound, and it serves as another example of her incredible mastery of the medium. Im in heaven whenever I read one of Ka Read Full Review

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