The Touch and Catch Brothers: Touch Manga Review

Having any series that takes place in “the present” is always interesting to go back to and see how well it’s aged. It’s especially interesting with manga, not just because I’ve become accustomed to such mainly being in the realm of fantasy, but because I get the 1-2 combo of seeing a former culture both time-wise and region-wise. So when I started Mitsuru Adachi’s Touch, I was anxious to see the amount of pure unadulterated Japanese ‘80s culture it gave off.

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