I received my copy of Forgotten reason a few weeks ago. It’s perfect bound with 36 pages, full color. The cover has a nice pearl finish, similar to the cover of Long voyage. The content, of course, is similar to all of Range’s pervious doujins. Most images have been published and are available on the web. About half of the images have some kind of thumbnail, or sketch to accompany the piece. I didn’t find this particularly interesting, since the sketches were very simple and seem to take up space instead of adding to the book. The book did have a few images that I haven’t seen around as well as some mechanical designs, which I haven’t seen Range include in his doujins for a while. Overall, Forgotten Reasons felt a bit small compared to his previous books, but there definitely a nicer variety of work in this one. Still, if anyone were interested on picking up any of Ranges doujins, I would have to recommend Ideal World, Glass Tile and Sweet Chaos Dayz because of variety these books have, compared to the rest.
First image is from Futuregraph #118
The second, a page from Glass tile released during Comiket 78
A short comic featured in 138°E Vol.2
Entitled The Planetarium in Midsummer
Plublished in August 2014
Range’s New Doujinshi for Comiket 86!
Its going to full 36 pages of full illustrations.
The cover looks very promising, I’m looking forward to this one!
Hopefully it’ll be a step up from Over and Over (content wise).
Anonymous said: Little off-topic considering the content of this blog, but what theme you use?
Sorry if you found the theme already, I don’t check this blog too often! Its Beta Prime :D