In this episode Chris takes the lead first with a review and discussion of the Manga Crimson Empire by QuinRose and art by Hazuki Futaba. Then after the break Richard takes the lead and reviews and discusses the classic novel Animal Farm by George Orwell.
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What we reviewed in this Episode are:
1. Crimson Empire: Circumstances to Serve a Noble, Volume 1, QuinRose, art Hazuki Fataba, Seven Seas, 2013. ISBN: 978-1937867232, $13.99.
2. Animal Farm, George Orwell, Signet Classics (20th Edition), 1946. Price varies and there are multiple editions that can be purchased.
Music clips used in this episode:
1. “Train of Thought”, Andrew Lubman.
2. “Crimson Empire, Opening to Video Game (Otome Game)”.
3. “Animal Farm”, Scott Pettersen.
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