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Broken Mirror, The

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Genre: Manga
Date Added: 13 October 2006
Last Update: 2 June 2008
Archive URL:
Current Comic Ranking: 10313/23733
Views This Month: 85   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 39   (More...)
Favourite of: 141 members
Status: Not Checked For Updates (?)

People who like this comic also like: Fey Winds, No Need For Bushido, Misfile, Better Days, Charliehorse
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In a chilling depiction of the future, five unlikely friends find themselves caught up in a dramatic adventure, filled with comedy and tragedy, hatred and love.

Current synopsis by: ElnJJ
Current image by: ElnJJ

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The url is broken. Sob, sob!
I liked the comic a lot. It\'s getting a tad hard though with the lack of updates, lack of hiatus notice and by now fairly inactive forums. Bloody pity.
woopdeedoo1 5/5
Very nice.
The art is very good. It's very classic animation style. I can understand why some people would criticize it, however, I would like to see them draw or invent something like this.
Really? I think JJ Naas does fantastic art, especially when it comes to lighting and color.
moziles 2/5
The art isn't so great, sorry - you can tell work has gone into it, and some of the backgrounds have atmosphere, but the human figures are a bit ropey. The story and characters are OK, but not exactly new. 'One of the very best on the web'? Oh come on - what are you, the artist's mother?
Biev 5/5
What I like most about TBM is that it's not just there to entertain you on your lunch break, you really get absorbed into the story from the beginning. The characters are believable, ordinary people, taking life's knocks as best as they can, with a touch of humor. At the same time it always feels as though something huge and terrible is about to happen that will make their individual struggles seem insignificant : )
nazgjunk 5/5
Why in hell have i not noticed this thing before? I don't have anything to add to what's already been said - this is beauty. Quite refreshing to read a running webcomic with a proper storyline, freaky atmosphere and lovely art for a change. I'm hellishly curious as to how the two storylines that have begun will be combined.
chXshadows 5/5
Boring maybe, if you want your reading list to be inane but if you want a good, no, a great story, this is the place to start and stay. And the art, the colouring is beyond amazing. One of the very best comics on the web. It is #3 for a reason!!
Dr. Bower 2/5
Aarin 5/5
There's a reason this strip is doing so well.

Fine art, writing, and community presence.

Stand-up project here, and I'm just getting into it~!
Your artwork is beautiful.
alitatti 5/5
Lovely art!
magicpencil 5/5
So far an expertly told story complimenting some incredible art. The effects and the atmosphere is
hanzdixiechi 5/5
This comic looks like it's going to be darn good stuff and the art so far is just...OMG. The last two pages and the title page particularly are beyond breathtaking...gto me hooked in 15 pages, bookmarked and desperate for updates. ,ø¤º°'^_____^'°º¤ø,
zeezebrafish 5/5
More beautiful art work and in just 11 pages this story is starting to look very interesting. :3

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