Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet, Vol. 1
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cliches possible, apparently. I'm not going to lie, in the few chapters I read, there were some good points, like the art. While not groundbreaking, it's pretty good, clean, and clear-cut, and that's enough for something like a romance manga. Characters...are not that cliche, I guess, but the story is so cliche that I just couldn't go any further. one from my favourite manga especially love so life that i readbefore koe no katachi...when i search slife of life reference manga's,
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For example, Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet is a pretty popular one. Whatever, I'll give it a try. I mean, the problem with all these romance novels is that they give the same sort of vibes no matter which author you read about: girl main character gets swept up in a hot guy's pace somehow, thet somehow get into a special relationship in weird circumstances before it eventually sprouts into love. Am I missing something? Katsura is an acquaintance of Akatsuki Kibikino and she had a crush on Akatsuki for two years. She dislikes Fumi since their first meeting. She became close with Akatsuki after realizing he resembles a character from one of her favorite historical otome games. Both "House of the Sun" and "Love So Life" revolve around a young female character who finds family in an unsuspected way. Both girls know struggle and lonliness and their make shift families rescue them. They both have sweet romances with a younger female and an older male and have a happy ending.
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The manga was serialized in the bi-weekly magazine Margaret, the chapters were later released in bound volumes by Shueisha under the Margaret Comics imprint.
Characters: Fumi is my favorite female main character! She's strong, mature, caring, and most importantly NOT annoying. Akatsuki is super handsome and complements her well. This is speaking from my experience of reading shoujo manga. I understand that other genres appeal to a different demographic so it may be different in that case, but speaking with Shoujo manga in mind, its target demographic is teenage girls. Chapter 77.5 Chapter 77 Chapter 76 Chapter 75 Chapter 74 Chapter 73 Chapter 72 Chapter 71 Chapter 70 Chapter 69 Chapter 68 Chapter 67 Chapter 66 Chapter 65 Chapter 64 Chapter 63 Chapter 62 Chapter 61 Chapter 60 Chapter 59 Chapter 58 Chapter 57 Chapter 56 Chapter 55 Chapter 54 Chapter 53 Chapter 52 Chapter 51 Chapter 50 Chapter 49 Chapter 48 Chapter 47 Chapter 46 Chapter 45 Chapter 44 Chapter 43 Chapter 42 Chapter 41 Chapter 40 Chapter 39 Chapter 38 Chapter 37 Chapter 36 Chapter 35 Chapter 34 Chapter 33 Chapter 32 Chapter 31 Chapter 30 Chapter 29 Chapter 28 Chapter 27 Chapter 26 Chapter 25 Chapter 24 Chapter 23 Chapter 22 Chapter 21 Chapter 20 Chapter 19 Chapter 18 Chapter 17 Chapter 16 Chapter 15 Chapter 14 Chapter 13 Chapter 12 Chapter 11 Chapter 10 Chapter 9 Chapter 8 Chapter 7 Chapter 6 Chapter 5 Chapter 4 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 Chapter 1I first heard about Mika Yamamori because of Hirunaka no Ryuusei. While it was a manga I, overall, enjoyed, I couldn't help but feel that it could have been so much better had it not be rushed. When I started reading Tsubaki-chou Lonely Planet, I hoped she had improved by then. Somehow, her writing skills have worsened.