Wednesday, 6 September 2017


Prince Bari
Publisher:NET COMICS
Genre: Yaoi/BL
Age Range: 13+
Reviewed by: Sandra Scholes

Premise: Yohan is a celebrated shaman with a lazy spirit in the form of a boy Donga.
One day, a client who is a CEO of a successful IT venture firm visits Yohan's shop, but a very powerful spirit named Chunho is tagged along.

One thing I do like about this after reading so many manga novels, yaoi ones especially is this one is in colour not black and white. I suppose it is the way with so much manga now being digitally available that if some manga (manwha in this case) publishers want to create full colour online comics they can and make them look really pleasing to the eye.

The manwha is drawn in such a way as to be yaoi, but slightly comical, which I do like a lot, and the characters show their passion in their poses and the way they are presented in the manwha.  Yohan is every bit the shaman showman in this first novel, and carries himself the same as Urahara from Bleach; powerful with humorous overtones, while his CEO client shocks him by bringing along a supernatural spirit who served a general way back when he was in another realm. Chunho is big, real big and superior in frame and mind, it seems, but the disappointing thing for Yohan is his client can't see him - or won't admit to him if he did, which is a problem.

I can see Prince Bari being a popular yaoi as I have noticed other supernatural manwha do really well in the past few years - ones I've reviewed and others that make up the best NET COMICS have to offer. I love the characters, the setting and you could too.