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Paperback Midori Days: Volume 7 Book

ISBN: 1421504960

ISBN13: 9781421504964

Midori Days: Volume 7

(Book #7 in the  [Midori no Hibi] Series)

The premise for this brand-new romantic manga comedy is actually sweet, (somewhat) innocent, hilarious, and just a little bit bizarre...Seiji Sawamura is the toughest seventeen-year-old in town,... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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Format: Paperback

Condition: Good

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Customer Reviews

4 ratings

This series is one of the best

I order this volume to complete my collection and I'm now happy to say that I am re-reading the entire series. This is really one of the best comics I have read and hope that others will get a chance to read it as well.

an all-around read

It doesn't matter if you're male or female, you can relate to the characters...even if the situation is so bizarre that it's totally unbelievable! A girl stuck on a guy's right hand? Naughty jokes aside, HUH? you say, but forget that, and just sit back and enjoy. In this novel, to earn some extra money, Midori and Seiji join an all-woman's wrestling contest, with Seiji in drag, with predicable results. Then, Shuichi has the twisted duo working a doll-con, where Seiji shows some of his allegience to his "partner," and then Midori feels threatened when an old crush of Seiji's shows up, with unexpected results, then a couple of dates and a robot interfere in their lives. Finally, to really charge up the tension, Kota forces a confrontation with Seiji regarding Midori's continued existence as a part of his body...with very emotional tugs at the heart of the reader.

Cute and Hilarious

From its description, this manga sounds like it would be totally perverted. It's not. I read about "Midori Days" in a magazine and was immediately turned off by the idea of a guy having a girl for a right hand. I finally ended up reading it, and I was very pleasantly surprised. The manga-ka does not take the obvious path and write a manga all about fan-service. "Midori Days" is above-standard in humor. I always get lots of laughs out of every volume. The best part is all the love triangles. There are sexual jokes, but they're pretty mild. Still I wouldn't suggest it to anyone under 13. There are a lot of sweet moments too, with Midori learning to be more outgoing and Soji to be more sensitive to Midori's feelings. The two have a good chemistry together, and the romance is very rewarding. Overall, I highly suggest this manga. It will keep you entertained with the humor and romance. It's unique, out-there, and it's one of the best I've read in a while.

Comedy with a dash of romance?

Would you call it romance? I think this manga is aimed at guys, however, it seems that a relationship will develop... Story: Basically a tough guy ends up with his hand turned into a girl, a REAL girl that used to be in his school, until she went into a coma. She's always had a crush on him, and now she's part of him! Okay, that's actually just the opening, and a strange one it is. The whole manga though, is enveloped in comedy and drama (mostly comedy, but hints of future romance). There is a bit of fanservice; Midori, (hand) girl on cover, her bare chest is exposed to the reader. This only happens like twice, and not in any nasty way...more like a Love Hina way. If the small flash of fanservice scares you away (girls), don't let it. I'm a girl and enjoyed this regardless of that.I can't wait to get the next volume, and you should try it too!
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