Manga For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams Makes Shortlist for Stan Lee Excelsior Award
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Manga For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams Makes Shortlist for Stan Lee Excelsior Award

Manga For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams Makes Shortlist for Stan Lee Excelsior Award

On Tuesday it was declared by the Stan Lee Excelsior Award that manga For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams by Kei Sanbe is included in the five graphic novels on the shortlist for this year’s award.

The other names are Fabien Grolleau and Jeremie Royer’s Darwin: An Exceptional Voyage, Tom King and Mitch Gerads Mister Miracle, James Tynion IV and Alvaro Martinez’ Justice League Dark: The Last Age of Magic, and Jérôme Tubiana and Alexandre Franc’s Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani.

The British honor program expects to support perusing among younger students and advance realistic books in school libraries and instructors. A gathering of understudies at each partaking school rate the books on the waitlist, and the evaluations bring about honors for the main three. Books are qualified on the off chance that they were distributed in the past schedule year and are appropriate for 11 to multi year olds.

The manga For the Kid I Saw in My Dreams is being issue by Yen Press and it explains the story in the following manner:

In 2011 the Black Butler by Yana Toboso won the first position. For 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015 the Gate 7 by CLAMP, Soul Eater Not! by Atsushi Ohkubo, Sherlock Bones by Yuma Ando and Yuki Sato, and Barakamon by Satsuki Yoshino were shortlisted correspondingly.

 

 

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