Last term Miss Mileto visited the glorious (but cold) city of Melbourne. During her trip she stopped by the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) to check out the Katsushika Hokusai Exhibition. "Katsushika Hokusai is regarded as one of the most influential and creative minds in the history of Japanese art. His unique social observations, innovative … Continue reading Traveling Librarian: Hokusai Exhibition
Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan (AOT) is one of the hottest anime series on the market right now, with season 2 having just launched. Like many anime shows AOT started off as a manga (comic book) which is available for student browsing and borrowing in the comic book section (down in the lounge, next … Continue reading Fictional Character on Display: Eren Yeager, Attack on Titan.
Over the past decade scientists have been busy terraforming (transforming a planet so that it can support and sustain human life) the planet Mars. It’s the 26th century and Earth’s population is reaching its breaking point. To ensure the survival of humanity, earth dwellers look to Mars. With the planet successfully terraformed, humans hope to … Continue reading Terra Formars by Yu Sasuga & Ken-ichi Tachibana
We've done a much-needed update of our graphic novel section, including loads of new manga. It's currently on display in the library, but here's a summary of the new titles to get you started! Some are entirely new series, and some are the newest additions to existing series. Attack on Titan Hajime Isayama New volumes: … Continue reading Manga take-over @ AHL