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Ninako loves Ren, but seeing Ando get hurt while protecting her makes her feel sad and confused—to the point where she turns Ren down when he confesses his love for her! Has Ninako lost her chance with Ren? Or will they find a way to be together?


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Ninako loves Ren, but seeing Ando get hurt while protecting her makes her feel sad and confused—to the point where she turns Ren down when he confesses his love for her! Has Ninako lost her chance with Ren? Or will they find a way to be together?

30 review for Strobe Edge, Vol. 10

  1. 5 out of 5

    Vee

    Series Review: A cute and breezy coming-of-age series with gorgeously drawn characters and heart fluttering moments. Definitely for the younger teen audience based on the slower pace, but a simple and easy read nonetheless. Series Review: A cute and breezy coming-of-age series with gorgeously drawn characters and heart fluttering moments. Definitely for the younger teen audience based on the slower pace, but a simple and easy read nonetheless.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Phoenix2

    This is the review of the whole manga series: Overall, a pretty interesting ride. I do love the artist since the Blue Ride series. She can make you feel butterflies by reading her stories and Strobe Edge didn't disappoint on that aspect. Sure, there were times where the side stories took over and the main plot just has some pages in the volume. Or, when the story got a bit tiring. But things picked up soon, with the thrill of a confession still there and the interest high till the very end. In ad This is the review of the whole manga series: Overall, a pretty interesting ride. I do love the artist since the Blue Ride series. She can make you feel butterflies by reading her stories and Strobe Edge didn't disappoint on that aspect. Sure, there were times where the side stories took over and the main plot just has some pages in the volume. Or, when the story got a bit tiring. But things picked up soon, with the thrill of a confession still there and the interest high till the very end. In addition, the characters were nice and the MC cute and adorable. The love triangle, more over, was really good and you can't help but feel sorry for the remaining one. So, 3 out of 5.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Mac (bookshelfpalace)

    I finished this series a few days ago, but forgot to update Goodreads once I finished it. I wanted to read Strobe Edge because I really enjoyed Ao Haru Ride, but I unfortunately didn’t love this series as much. It wasn’t bad whatsoever, I just thought it was overall just okay. I didn’t really connect with the characters or get invested in the relationships.

  4. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I felt that tightening in my heart knowing that this was the last volume, and honestly got a bit teary. They love each other so much and the author did such a great job in conveying that. That last scene at the train station made me appreciate how important the setting is for stories, but particularly in mangas when you see it for yourself, and seeing as the train station was when Ninako first felt that connection with Ren, it was just so fitting for the end. Agh, my heart. What a great love sto I felt that tightening in my heart knowing that this was the last volume, and honestly got a bit teary. They love each other so much and the author did such a great job in conveying that. That last scene at the train station made me appreciate how important the setting is for stories, but particularly in mangas when you see it for yourself, and seeing as the train station was when Ninako first felt that connection with Ren, it was just so fitting for the end. Agh, my heart. What a great love story, what a great ending! I really loved this volume and the series, it truly gave me the feels. 👏👏👏👏👏

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Well, it's finally happened. I'm very happy with how this series ended. The one thing that I liked about this series more than anything else, from the first volume onward, is how the characters care for and respect each other. Rather less common than it ought to be in fiction, but it's really nice to see it. It means that there's a minimum of external drama between characters, as opposed to having characters who are quietly wrestling with their own feelings. And I'm happy with that, especially w Well, it's finally happened. I'm very happy with how this series ended. The one thing that I liked about this series more than anything else, from the first volume onward, is how the characters care for and respect each other. Rather less common than it ought to be in fiction, but it's really nice to see it. It means that there's a minimum of external drama between characters, as opposed to having characters who are quietly wrestling with their own feelings. And I'm happy with that, especially when the ending is this satisfying, and this sweetly romantic.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    WOW. So cute I could throw up. Imagine a love like a shoujo manga. Ugh. I want to pick up more by Io Sakisaka. She really knows how to pull at my heart strings. Like it's kind of corny, but WHO CARES. it's so cute and lovey-dovey. WOW. So cute I could throw up. Imagine a love like a shoujo manga. Ugh. I want to pick up more by Io Sakisaka. She really knows how to pull at my heart strings. Like it's kind of corny, but WHO CARES. it's so cute and lovey-dovey.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Just adorable. I want a boyfriend like him:) Love how these two developed over the series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Katt Hansen

    I need to be really clear here - this four stars is for Ando. And Manabu. BUT IT IS NOT FOR NINAKO AND REN because I am SICK of them. OK, they are cute sometimes, but Ninako has such self-esteem issues she shouldn't be dating anyone at all until she has a better handle on herself. And Ren? Really? You're that self-assured about everything? This series drove me crazy. Ren is flat and very distant and hard to get to know. I feel like he's so closed down as to seem emotionless most of the time. Whe I need to be really clear here - this four stars is for Ando. And Manabu. BUT IT IS NOT FOR NINAKO AND REN because I am SICK of them. OK, they are cute sometimes, but Ninako has such self-esteem issues she shouldn't be dating anyone at all until she has a better handle on herself. And Ren? Really? You're that self-assured about everything? This series drove me crazy. Ren is flat and very distant and hard to get to know. I feel like he's so closed down as to seem emotionless most of the time. When he opens up it's a beautiful thing. Ninako never really developed. She doesn't try hard in her relationships, in school, or even in her ambitions. She had the most room for growth - and really didn't at all. She feels like the same person she was on the last page as she was on the first page. Ando is magnificent. He grew and changed the most, has the most depth, and is the most fleshed out of all the characters. He's incredibly imperfect, but the reader can love him for those imperfections. If I had a choice between and Ando and a Ren, I'd take the Ando anytime because he's the most real. He's over the top in his emotions and how he expresses things, but he tries the hardest, and to me - cares more deeply than anyone else. The side story about Manabu will break your heart. I really wish I could see how that comes out someday. And I agree with the author - there should be a side story about that guy who was the cheerleader who had to leave school...I REALLY want to know what happens to him. Why are the side characters so absolutely fascinating? Why are our lovebirds not? Overall - there are better series out there. I'm glad I got to get to know Sayuri and Ando and Manubu, but it's not enough to recommend chasing down this series. If your library has it and you have nothing better to read, go for it. Otherwise, really, there are better books out there.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Evey

    Overall, this was a lovely series about love and friendship. It had adorable characters that showed personal growth throughout the volumes, and the art was extremely cute. So if you're looking for something fluffy and funny, I'd totally recommend this manga. On a side note, I'd love to read about Andou's and Gacchan's stories! Overall, this was a lovely series about love and friendship. It had adorable characters that showed personal growth throughout the volumes, and the art was extremely cute. So if you're looking for something fluffy and funny, I'd totally recommend this manga. On a side note, I'd love to read about Andou's and Gacchan's stories!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chrissy♥Dev

    The trials and tribulations of a first crush and first love. A love triangle of friends with intertwining history makes it a tad complex, cute and rooting for your fav couple to come together. I love the full page drawings of the characters it adds more to the manga and the story.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jasmin

    This was sooo freaking cute and adorable and aw. It's really good to read a cute story in times like this. Ow, but I'm gonna miss all if the characters.. in fact I already miss them. This was a nice ride. This was sooo freaking cute and adorable and aw. It's really good to read a cute story in times like this. Ow, but I'm gonna miss all if the characters.. in fact I already miss them. This was a nice ride.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Miss Susan

    girl quietly freaking out in local library over teenagers and their feelings? it's more likely then you think! (i'm so happy for ninako and ren!!!) 4 stars girl quietly freaking out in local library over teenagers and their feelings? it's more likely then you think! (i'm so happy for ninako and ren!!!) 4 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Patty

    Overall, a very cute series that I could see myself rereading! There was another pairing that I wish readers got to see if they had a HEA though :(

  14. 4 out of 5

    Dilushani Jayalath

    Okay after waiting a painful 8 months for my books to arrive (next time I'm just gonna get from amazon as usual) I managed to read strobe edge in just a day. Well one good thing i could read all the books at once so I'm just writing a review for the last book. Io sakis aka is without doubt my favourite manga author ever. Im kind of new to the manga world as Sri Lanka isn't the best place to buy manga from and so far I've found only one bookshop with manga available and that to has a very poor co Okay after waiting a painful 8 months for my books to arrive (next time I'm just gonna get from amazon as usual) I managed to read strobe edge in just a day. Well one good thing i could read all the books at once so I'm just writing a review for the last book. Io sakis aka is without doubt my favourite manga author ever. Im kind of new to the manga world as Sri Lanka isn't the best place to buy manga from and so far I've found only one bookshop with manga available and that to has a very poor collection. It's just so bad it makes one want to cry. So anyways back to Strobe Edge. As expected from Sakisaka-sensei this manga was a fun ride from the beginning to the end. I would say this is one of the best manga i've read but sadly Sakisaka-sensei's Ao Haru Ride still holds the top for me. He he. The characters for me was so loveable. I loved every one of them unlike in Ao Haru Ride (I simply hated Narumi in that). Our heroine Ninako was one of the most easily likeable characters. She was headstrong and loved her as much as I loved Futaba. As for Ren my feelings are mixed. How he easily came to Ninako and after he broke up he seemed as he wanted to go back. Then again one can say teenage love is fickle or something along those lines. In terms of male protagonist i guess i liked Kou better. But nonetheless this was just one awesome manga to read. At one point you are laughing and at one point you just put your head down on the pillow in frustration+sadness. For anyone who love show mangas Strobe Edge is without doubt one of those best out there. I really hope there will be an anime adaption to this and the live action which will be out soon be as good as Ao Haru Ride one. Have e fun journey with Strobe Edge!!! Ps- For those who haven't watched Ao Haru Ride live action i recommend to watch it. From all the live actions this season i've watched so far AHR live action was the best. It was the most closest to resemble the cast of the manga. After the major failures of L-DK and Say I love you Live actions, this movie is like a breath of fresh air. So don't forget to catch that too ;)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    With this volume, the story of Strobe Edge comes to a close. What this story has been since the beginning is the relationship between Ninako and Ren, the evolution of it and the possibilities between them. And for many readers, it's been an enjoyable but slightly frustrating ride, watching them grow closer only to fall back and letting the cycle repeat several times. But the series finale puts to rest the indecision. You will walk away from this volume knowing their fate, no questions about it. Y With this volume, the story of Strobe Edge comes to a close. What this story has been since the beginning is the relationship between Ninako and Ren, the evolution of it and the possibilities between them. And for many readers, it's been an enjoyable but slightly frustrating ride, watching them grow closer only to fall back and letting the cycle repeat several times. But the series finale puts to rest the indecision. You will walk away from this volume knowing their fate, no questions about it. You can read my complete review of the final volume of STROBE EDGE at my blog.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Febby

    A love triangle between Ninako, Ren, and Andou. Ninako loves Ren, Ren already has a girlfriend, and Andou loves Ninako. I like the personality of each character and Sakisaka Io drew them beautifully. Everytime i pick manga to read, i always see the art and in my opinion Sakisaka Io is one of the best artist. Although the story was pretty good, i kinda regret that Ninako's friends doesn't get too involved to the story. A love triangle between Ninako, Ren, and Andou. Ninako loves Ren, Ren already has a girlfriend, and Andou loves Ninako. I like the personality of each character and Sakisaka Io drew them beautifully. Everytime i pick manga to read, i always see the art and in my opinion Sakisaka Io is one of the best artist. Although the story was pretty good, i kinda regret that Ninako's friends doesn't get too involved to the story.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ris Sasaki

    It's over and I feel extremely empty 😭 It's over and I feel extremely empty 😭

  18. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea Nicole *・゜゚・*

    Basically me while reading: Ninako: *tries to confess feelings* Me: hoe don't do it... Ninako: *still confesses* Me: oh my god Basically me while reading: Ninako: *tries to confess feelings* Me: hoe don't do it... Ninako: *still confesses* Me: oh my god

  19. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    see full review @ Katie's Corner Most of you know this author for writing Ao Haru Ride. I actually still have to review that one, but before that, I'll be reviewing one of Sakisaka-sensei's first works. It has the same drawing style, maybe a bit old fashioned but still very new. I remember the first I read this manga was way back when Ao Haru Ride didn't even get an anime adaptation and wasn't completed. In short, I was searching for some shoujo to read; and the primary criteria was the manga to see full review @ Katie's Corner Most of you know this author for writing Ao Haru Ride. I actually still have to review that one, but before that, I'll be reviewing one of Sakisaka-sensei's first works. It has the same drawing style, maybe a bit old fashioned but still very new. I remember the first I read this manga was way back when Ao Haru Ride didn't even get an anime adaptation and wasn't completed. In short, I was searching for some shoujo to read; and the primary criteria was the manga to be completed. Anyway, I did like the story, but somehow I wasn't all that impressed with it and it was only on a whim that I reread it again. This time was pretty much the same for me, I had the same love-hate feeling about the story. if you love unrequited love stories, this one is definitely for you. It's similar to Nanba Atsuko's Tonari no Atashi with the whole unrequited love story but has a different ending. Therefore, if you love a good shoujo love story, this should be your pick. It has everything, from unrequited love to the mutual one. From jealous ex-girlfriends to damaged protagonists. Everyone has a story to tell and you'll love all of them. Meet the interesting characters who will both intrigue you and at several points will drive you nuts. Meet Ninako our protagonist, she's the novice to love and you'll love to see how she will attain her love. Wait, will she? There;s a lot of interesting events to happen and maybe some of your hearts might be broken because your shipping choice wasn't the one that lived through. Enjoy it to your fullest and don't forget to share your thoughts below! Stay tuned for more reviews as well as promos. Don't miss your next favourite book or manga! Happy reading! XOXO Katie

  20. 4 out of 5

    Joe Kerr

    It's like saying goodbye to dear, old friends... As much as I love manga, & as much as I love this Mangaka, & as much as I loved this story, I always hate it when I get to the end. When I come to love characters, enjoy them, watch them grow, smile, cry, laugh, & have fun, it makes me happy. Sometimes seeing other's happiness makes you happy, too. We all love a happy ending. It's just the "ending" part that I dread. When I finish a series I really enjoyed, I feel a sense of accomplishment, yet als It's like saying goodbye to dear, old friends... As much as I love manga, & as much as I love this Mangaka, & as much as I loved this story, I always hate it when I get to the end. When I come to love characters, enjoy them, watch them grow, smile, cry, laugh, & have fun, it makes me happy. Sometimes seeing other's happiness makes you happy, too. We all love a happy ending. It's just the "ending" part that I dread. When I finish a series I really enjoyed, I feel a sense of accomplishment, yet also a slight uneasy feeling, knowing that I won't be able to see those characters in any new works. I don't get the hopefulness I have when I finish a volume, & patiently await (ok maybe not so patiently) the next volume. The sense of knowing that there is another volume coming is such a pleasant feeling. It means I don't have to walk away from these beloved characters yet. The story isn't finished. Yet, I know that every great story has to end, sometime. That's just life. Nuts. I'm already missing Ninako, Ren, & the rest of the gang. Ah well, that just means it's time to dive into a new story! That always fills me with hope - knowing that there will always be more great stories, more happy endings. So to the Mangaka of this beautiful story, Io Sakisaka, I say thank, so very much, for creating such wonderful people. Thank you for an amazing roller-coaster ride of emotions. If it doesn't tug at my heart strings, at least a little, then why read it? Ah, I guess I'm just an old softie at heart. See you all at the end of each volume of the next series!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mika

    (01/24/2021) (view spoiler)[ The relief I felt when I realized we only had two chapters left and we wouldn't drag the end. We got the happiness we deserve. Matsubu's story was cute but the epilogue? EXACTLY what I deserved after waiting for these two goobers to get it together and date. (hide spoiler)] Overall, this series is the best way to tackle a teen romance-inclined coming of age story. With a small, but well developed cast, this succeeds in feeling authentic and earnest. The characters fel (01/24/2021) (view spoiler)[ The relief I felt when I realized we only had two chapters left and we wouldn't drag the end. We got the happiness we deserve. Matsubu's story was cute but the epilogue? EXACTLY what I deserved after waiting for these two goobers to get it together and date. (hide spoiler)] Overall, this series is the best way to tackle a teen romance-inclined coming of age story. With a small, but well developed cast, this succeeds in feeling authentic and earnest. The characters felt real because they all tried to be good people, even when they did shitty things it was believable. SO many stories think "realism" means having cardboard characters who will ALWAYS default to being the worst they can be to others. Often, that is not the case. Often, no one wants to be the bad guy but people will inevitably get hurt when you deal with love and romances for the first time. The characters were really cute, and some even stood out to me. I was invested as I read, which I did not expect. I went into this as a grown lady who can get bored reading about "teenagers" written by adults who are so out of touch. Strobe Edge brought me back. The intensity, the friends, even down to this being set when I was younger. (Though, obviously set in Japan, not the US.) I think the central romance was well done, and was impressed by the side relationships developing (especially with friendships). It was a good time. :)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cristina

    TT.TT I think I should not have read this series so fast! Literally I could not help reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen next! I loved it. The extra part was what made it perfect! Io Sakisaka gave us a good point of view about that feeling of wanting to grow, to mature, but at the end of the day we make things a bit difficult not only for us trying to rush these things. Anyway, this series was so good! In this story, Io not only talked about growing up while in love, but also TT.TT I think I should not have read this series so fast! Literally I could not help reading because I wanted to know what was going to happen next! I loved it. The extra part was what made it perfect! Io Sakisaka gave us a good point of view about that feeling of wanting to grow, to mature, but at the end of the day we make things a bit difficult not only for us trying to rush these things. Anyway, this series was so good! In this story, Io not only talked about growing up while in love, but also about how important real friendship is while on the road, and focused on those two a little more than in her other series. The short stories centred on the other characters were quite valuable from my point of view. They were a very appreciated break from the main story, even though we did not feel restless ;) I LOVE Io Sakisaka and as more work from hers I read more I fall in love. I will definitely reread this one!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Review for volumes 4-10: Very soap opera! Ninako loves Ren but he loves Mayuka, and Ando loves Ninako, but she won't date him because of Ren, etc. Reminds me of many other shojo. Loads of romantic tension, characters not communicating or telling one another important things, assuming they know what the other thinks - always incorrectly. Peach Girl, High School Debut, etc. The girl is always the same, too: tiny, cute, clumsy, sweet, nice, friendly and considerate to a fault. I've been thinking of Review for volumes 4-10: Very soap opera! Ninako loves Ren but he loves Mayuka, and Ando loves Ninako, but she won't date him because of Ren, etc. Reminds me of many other shojo. Loads of romantic tension, characters not communicating or telling one another important things, assuming they know what the other thinks - always incorrectly. Peach Girl, High School Debut, etc. The girl is always the same, too: tiny, cute, clumsy, sweet, nice, friendly and considerate to a fault. I've been thinking of manga in generally lately, the art style always pas a lot of attention to characters hair and clohtes details, which really stick out and make the world of the comic stand out and feel more real - not amporphous, unidentifiable, blobby clothes like you find in many western (especially indie) comics where everything is generic.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Thu

    This story was so cute! The art style is so beautiful. I love shojo mangas! Okay a few things about this manga, I like Ninako. I liked that she wasn't such a weak or dimwitted character. I appreciate how she mainly looked out for herself and not for the sake of other love life. She had guts and she was brave. I like that about her. She also wasn't super shy. Ren is cute. He's a good character. He talks about his feelings and makes sure to communicate. In the end, he wasn't so shy and was equally This story was so cute! The art style is so beautiful. I love shojo mangas! Okay a few things about this manga, I like Ninako. I liked that she wasn't such a weak or dimwitted character. I appreciate how she mainly looked out for herself and not for the sake of other love life. She had guts and she was brave. I like that about her. She also wasn't super shy. Ren is cute. He's a good character. He talks about his feelings and makes sure to communicate. In the end, he wasn't so shy and was equally brave. Thank god it wasn't like other shoujo mangas where it takes the two main leads forever to get together because of lack of communications. I like the little bonus chapter of the manga. All the side loves stories were really cute! I also like how this manga gives examples of real-life and healthy relationships. It's not too soft and I appreciate that. I really liked this manga!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Seobin Baeg

    The art was a splendid piece of work- it simply kept the story going. The expressions and the facial features of the characters made them more real somehow. The overall storyline was very typical and normal for Shojo manga. However, the way the author weaved the story was a whole new different level than most shojo mangas so I'm thankful for that. It was not a bad series and the main girl character Ninako despite portrayed in a rather stereotypical manner throughout the whole story(a very un-int The art was a splendid piece of work- it simply kept the story going. The expressions and the facial features of the characters made them more real somehow. The overall storyline was very typical and normal for Shojo manga. However, the way the author weaved the story was a whole new different level than most shojo mangas so I'm thankful for that. It was not a bad series and the main girl character Ninako despite portrayed in a rather stereotypical manner throughout the whole story(a very un-intelligent but nice "fool") was loyal and more morally competent than most of the heroines in Shojo mangas. Ren was likable also and though he made mistakes, he made them not because he was stupid but because he was young and loyal.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    Overall I enjoyed this series and this mangaka. I’ll probably check to see if any of her other series have been translated. I liked the artist in general and read all the side bits which I think is a first for me since sometimes I’d just skim or skip over them. One thing I did notice was that there wasn’t really ever back story given for Ren or Ninako. I key wondering if there might be some sort of reveal that explained Ren’s previous relationship and his desire to not disappoint her (other than Overall I enjoyed this series and this mangaka. I’ll probably check to see if any of her other series have been translated. I liked the artist in general and read all the side bits which I think is a first for me since sometimes I’d just skim or skip over them. One thing I did notice was that there wasn’t really ever back story given for Ren or Ninako. I key wondering if there might be some sort of reveal that explained Ren’s previous relationship and his desire to not disappoint her (other than she being his first love). At any rate I should probably pick up a book book now.... even though I have a couple other series I picked up from the library.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Celinda Reyes

    Aww such a perfect ending to a sweet manga! I wish it had never ended but the story we got was amazing! The only thing I wish was different, is the lack of interaction between Daiki & Ninako. They were such close friends & then after that thing (don't want to venture into spoilers) happens in the 1st or 2nd volume (I can't remember the exact one right now), they don't seem to be super close anymore. I know that this is Ninako' s romance story, but I still would've liked to see their friendship g Aww such a perfect ending to a sweet manga! I wish it had never ended but the story we got was amazing! The only thing I wish was different, is the lack of interaction between Daiki & Ninako. They were such close friends & then after that thing (don't want to venture into spoilers) happens in the 1st or 2nd volume (I can't remember the exact one right now), they don't seem to be super close anymore. I know that this is Ninako' s romance story, but I still would've liked to see their friendship grow as they both experience first love. Other than that I would be change a thing about this manga & highly recommend it for romance lovers!!!

  28. 4 out of 5

    ran

    The entire series revolved mostly around romance and well... romance. Not that it's a bad thing. I wanted more than romance, though. Also, I didn't know that Strobe Edge and Ao Haru Ride were written by the same author until I was in volume 5 or 6! I didn't like AoHaRide that much because it got too angst-y that I cringed a lot. Strobe Edge, in my opinion, is better because I didn't want to slap the characters like I did in AoHaRide. I hope Andou finds his happiness, he's my second favourite cha The entire series revolved mostly around romance and well... romance. Not that it's a bad thing. I wanted more than romance, though. Also, I didn't know that Strobe Edge and Ao Haru Ride were written by the same author until I was in volume 5 or 6! I didn't like AoHaRide that much because it got too angst-y that I cringed a lot. Strobe Edge, in my opinion, is better because I didn't want to slap the characters like I did in AoHaRide. I hope Andou finds his happiness, he's my second favourite character after mature, free-spirited Danchou. ◟(◔ั₀◔ั )◞ ༘♡

  29. 4 out of 5

    Alejandra Bran (BlueMind)

    Read: 11/19/18 I don’t think I liked this story as much as Ao Haru Ride. I like the main character to have a little bit of spice and bite. Ren-kun was too monotone. Despite that I enjoy the love story, and the side stories of the secondary characters. I also feel that situations that happened on this story line are a bit similar to the other manga I mentioned at the beginning. I don’t know if I mentioned this on the review of the other manga I looooove her her drawing style!! The eyes are the best Read: 11/19/18 I don’t think I liked this story as much as Ao Haru Ride. I like the main character to have a little bit of spice and bite. Ren-kun was too monotone. Despite that I enjoy the love story, and the side stories of the secondary characters. I also feel that situations that happened on this story line are a bit similar to the other manga I mentioned at the beginning. I don’t know if I mentioned this on the review of the other manga I looooove her her drawing style!! The eyes are the best! Recommended!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Isel

    It was an okay ending. I just wish I could have gotten more for Ando, Ren's ex, and Toda's ending. I wanted a happy ending for Toda. I wanted to know how Ren's ex career life went and as for Ando... honestly, I'm usually not big on the third wheels (actually, usually I HATE the second love interest) but in Strobe Edge... I really liked Ando and want him to have a happy ending. Sure it wasn't too bad but his love life sucked so I wanted to know more about that. It was an okay ending. I just wish I could have gotten more for Ando, Ren's ex, and Toda's ending. I wanted a happy ending for Toda. I wanted to know how Ren's ex career life went and as for Ando... honestly, I'm usually not big on the third wheels (actually, usually I HATE the second love interest) but in Strobe Edge... I really liked Ando and want him to have a happy ending. Sure it wasn't too bad but his love life sucked so I wanted to know more about that.

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