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Naota is a lonely boy in a lonely town living a quiet life amidst utter chaos. His father's a perv and his grandfather a nut. His brother left to seek riches playing baseball in America, and now the brother's ex-girlfriend won't leave Naota alone. Then, from beyond the stars drops an impish defender sent forth to stop alien robots from destroying the Earth. Where do the al Naota is a lonely boy in a lonely town living a quiet life amidst utter chaos. His father's a perv and his grandfather a nut. His brother left to seek riches playing baseball in America, and now the brother's ex-girlfriend won't leave Naota alone. Then, from beyond the stars drops an impish defender sent forth to stop alien robots from destroying the Earth. Where do the alien robots come from? Well, from Naota's forehead for starters. From the twisted mind that brought us End of Evangelion comes this bizarre tale of adolescence in a futuristic, fantastical world.


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Naota is a lonely boy in a lonely town living a quiet life amidst utter chaos. His father's a perv and his grandfather a nut. His brother left to seek riches playing baseball in America, and now the brother's ex-girlfriend won't leave Naota alone. Then, from beyond the stars drops an impish defender sent forth to stop alien robots from destroying the Earth. Where do the al Naota is a lonely boy in a lonely town living a quiet life amidst utter chaos. His father's a perv and his grandfather a nut. His brother left to seek riches playing baseball in America, and now the brother's ex-girlfriend won't leave Naota alone. Then, from beyond the stars drops an impish defender sent forth to stop alien robots from destroying the Earth. Where do the alien robots come from? Well, from Naota's forehead for starters. From the twisted mind that brought us End of Evangelion comes this bizarre tale of adolescence in a futuristic, fantastical world.

30 review for FLCL, Volume 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Logan Freedom

    this is an amazing series not for the easily confused or weak of mind, i think. it is without a doubt strange and fast paced as is the anime series. some people just can not seem to grasp what is going on or what meaning there is behind this. most of these of whom i have met or spoke with seem to be younger viewers so it is understandable. i was at first caught off guard by it all when i first came across this book. but i was also hooked as soon as i started. unique artistic style illustration. this is an amazing series not for the easily confused or weak of mind, i think. it is without a doubt strange and fast paced as is the anime series. some people just can not seem to grasp what is going on or what meaning there is behind this. most of these of whom i have met or spoke with seem to be younger viewers so it is understandable. i was at first caught off guard by it all when i first came across this book. but i was also hooked as soon as i started. unique artistic style illustration. it varies slightly throughout the book and just about everything i say about it also carries over to the anime. ive met people who really dislike the style of the illustration but i see that as a bit closed minded. it is clear that the illustrator was very capable and the style accentuates the ridiculousness of the story. he captured the story so well in this and i admire Hajime Ueda's quirky style as one of my favorite manga illustrators. it really brings something extra to a story. all together i have watched the anime somewhere around 8 times and i read the 3 volume novel series and 2 volume manga. i really connected with the characters and this story and i have to say that i am very biased when it comes to coming of age stories about insane girls and strange events turning some innocent seemingly introverted boy's life upside down. this has so far in my life been my favorite anime and manga. as far as the story and meaning being confusing i do agree some parts simply do not make since but it seemed clear to me that was just a tool that made it so out of this world and mind blowing. it was part of the crazy ridiculous exaggeration of things.

  2. 4 out of 5

    furious

    medical mechanica has advised that i not review this material.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

    FLCL the manga isn't bad but you should really watch the anime first. The anime is fantastic [but really warrants several viewings in order to really understand what's happening]. The anime is hard to follow but not in a frustrating way. However, the manga is almost impossible to understand. Also the entire story is crammed into two volumes which doesn't help [just so you know the anime came first]. However, Hajime Ueda's artwork is fantastic. So, seriously, the anime is really great so take a l FLCL the manga isn't bad but you should really watch the anime first. The anime is fantastic [but really warrants several viewings in order to really understand what's happening]. The anime is hard to follow but not in a frustrating way. However, the manga is almost impossible to understand. Also the entire story is crammed into two volumes which doesn't help [just so you know the anime came first]. However, Hajime Ueda's artwork is fantastic. So, seriously, the anime is really great so take a look at that first and just enjoy the artwork in the manga.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Fucked up.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    Generally I prefer manga over anime (just because I can get into the story faster). But this is the exception for me. It was very difficult to follow even though I knew as much of the story that was told via the anime. I really can't believe they made the anime so well out of this. I really wanted to enjoy reading this as much as I enjoy watching the anime, but sadly I did not. Generally I prefer manga over anime (just because I can get into the story faster). But this is the exception for me. It was very difficult to follow even though I knew as much of the story that was told via the anime. I really can't believe they made the anime so well out of this. I really wanted to enjoy reading this as much as I enjoy watching the anime, but sadly I did not.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Ugh. What a horrible, no good, confusing, visually appalling, poorly told adaptation of what is considered an anime classic. I could have just rewatched the series! But no! I'm honestly debating if I should put myself through book 2, even though that would finish the series. I wonder if the light novel is better? Ugh. What a horrible, no good, confusing, visually appalling, poorly told adaptation of what is considered an anime classic. I could have just rewatched the series! But no! I'm honestly debating if I should put myself through book 2, even though that would finish the series. I wonder if the light novel is better?

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    I... have no idea what I just read.

  8. 4 out of 5

    kuristina- tabreez

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. "School protects our everyday life from the perverts." That's honestly my favorite quote from this entire volume. But on to the subject at hand, I have given the original FLCL anime so many chances over the last seven or six-ish years, but never once was I ever able to give it my full attention. So, it never made sense to me, even though I had watched it over and over again so many times, it was never with hardly any attention given at all. It never made sense to me because of this, but consideri "School protects our everyday life from the perverts." That's honestly my favorite quote from this entire volume. But on to the subject at hand, I have given the original FLCL anime so many chances over the last seven or six-ish years, but never once was I ever able to give it my full attention. So, it never made sense to me, even though I had watched it over and over again so many times, it was never with hardly any attention given at all. It never made sense to me because of this, but considering its large cult following, I knew it deserved a chance, and it's so short, that shouldn't be a problem, right? I thought that maybe if I read the manga adaption, I'd be forced to pay attention. Well, I was right about that, but there's a few things that seem different from the anime. However, I could be mistaken. But, the manga does seem a bit darker... but just as if not more so confusing. I still stand by my opinion that FLCL is nothing spectacular, but I must admit it does have an undeniable charm to it. Perhaps it's the fact that it's actually about as deep as any average anime is except it deals with more realistically common issues for the age group in the story but it's all under a deceptive shroud of "poor/bad quality art work" and utter silliness and over the top jokes mainly based in perversion. Or maybe its charm is found somewhere else, I don't know. Although, I do feel that everything we see is an element in the story that should be remembered. Unlike most shows which have key factors within them, FLCL is purely key factors with a little honey coating on top made from jokes or good music in the case of the anime. It's so fast paced too but somehow done well while being deceptively bad? It's so strange. I feel like the Mayor's daughter is a love interest of Naota's (along with Mamimi is who fucking or all but fucking Naota, as well as Vespa Girl who is more than likely fucking Naota's dad). But even if she's not (which I doubt she wouldn't be), there's definitely something up with her and did she just...encourage one of her father's secretaries to have an affair with him? Oh my, this can't be good. Surely there must be repercussions later on. But I guess we'll see when that time comes. Oh, and also, their homeroom teacher? I am pretty certain that she's a lesbian, through and through, looks, fashion, everything she said holy shit. But she sure is a cutie, even though she's a raging lesbian. I feel for Mamimi. I can relate to her now more than I ever could before. You know, except the being 14 or so years old and fucking a 12 year old who is the brother of my ex who was like 15-17... I don't do that shit, I don't dabble in pedophilia. But I can understand her loneliness caused by the rift Naota's brother left behind. Then again, in HER case (not mine), I don't think it was Naota's brother that left that rift, I think that it was more like he removed himself as a square from a rectangular hole that he never actually filled entirely nor created. Lastly, I can't make any sense at all of the last ten or so pages... What??? Why's it seem like everything is out of order yet not?? Who are all these people??? P.S. Fucking damn, puberty is ROUGH for boys, huh? Gotta deal with boners both in your pants and in/on your head/forehead. Gotta deal with your head being empty and not knowing where your thoughts are actually coming from. Can't control yourself when an attractive female forcefully throws herself on you. Gotta love them porn mags tho. Oh, and you don't even know where your enjoyment or feeling of fun comes from anymore but you certainly feel it, alas it seems there's always someone who is calling you naughty for it. Boy, oh boy, puberty sure does suck for boys.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Clayton VanLeeuwen

    Before reading this manga, I had to know how it fit in with the amazing FLCL anime. I was surprised to find that this manga, along with a series of FLCL novels, was created during the anime’s production. And like the anime, this manga is as fun as it is confusing. The art is scratchy and erratic, creating amazing energy at times and being completely ineligible at others. It has the feel of a first draft, which isn’t entirely a bad thing. As for the story- yeah, it’s confusing. That just comes wi Before reading this manga, I had to know how it fit in with the amazing FLCL anime. I was surprised to find that this manga, along with a series of FLCL novels, was created during the anime’s production. And like the anime, this manga is as fun as it is confusing. The art is scratchy and erratic, creating amazing energy at times and being completely ineligible at others. It has the feel of a first draft, which isn’t entirely a bad thing. As for the story- yeah, it’s confusing. That just comes with the territory but extra confusion is added due to some weird scene changes and indecipherable conversations.

  10. 5 out of 5

    itsmariachaaan

    I am not really a fan of FLCL. Maybe it isn't the kind of story for me. I like how unique the illustrations are, but story-wise, I got a bit confused. Maybe I am a simpleton for being confused, but that's me. I can't really relate to the characters one bit and it took me too long to finish the book. I always find myself lost while reading the first book. I will give the second book a try. It might help clear some confusions... I hope... I am not really a fan of FLCL. Maybe it isn't the kind of story for me. I like how unique the illustrations are, but story-wise, I got a bit confused. Maybe I am a simpleton for being confused, but that's me. I can't really relate to the characters one bit and it took me too long to finish the book. I always find myself lost while reading the first book. I will give the second book a try. It might help clear some confusions... I hope...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Eckohns

    I've seen the first two episodes of the TV show, and while that show is a strange show, it's still decent and I didn't get completely lost with those episodes. This manga on the other hand is such an all over the place clusterfuck that while reading it I had absolutely no idea of what is happening. The art isn't anything special, I'll give it points for creativity, but it's not really something I'd like to look at. I've seen the first two episodes of the TV show, and while that show is a strange show, it's still decent and I didn't get completely lost with those episodes. This manga on the other hand is such an all over the place clusterfuck that while reading it I had absolutely no idea of what is happening. The art isn't anything special, I'll give it points for creativity, but it's not really something I'd like to look at.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Marlon Deason

    Unlike most Manga this story is adapted from the anime as opposed to the other way around. Even though the plot is abbreviated it really lags compared to the frenetic pace of the anime. The story also isn’t well served by the art although the illustration style is charming and conveys emotion well. Much of the deep pop culture references and visual gags are absent. Despite all of the above it’s an essential for the complete FLCL fan.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Claire

    I glanced through this, since I honestly wanted to broaden my horizons as an otaku. I liked some of Haruko's outfits, but I am unsure about whether I will pursue this series past the beginning. I know that so many others love it, and I really do like the cosplay, but I don't know whether I'll read the rest; it was just kind of... okay. I glanced through this, since I honestly wanted to broaden my horizons as an otaku. I liked some of Haruko's outfits, but I am unsure about whether I will pursue this series past the beginning. I know that so many others love it, and I really do like the cosplay, but I don't know whether I'll read the rest; it was just kind of... okay.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lukas

    Seemed more like a story board for the anime than a manga. Should watch this one not watch it if you're intrigued it's alot of fun. Seemed more like a story board for the anime than a manga. Should watch this one not watch it if you're intrigued it's alot of fun.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Arielle

    I have absolutely no idea what was going on in this.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sasifras

    Weird, off the wall, and a great ride. If you like stories where you might not understand what is going on the entire time at the same time you realise you don't care, this is for you. Weird, off the wall, and a great ride. If you like stories where you might not understand what is going on the entire time at the same time you realise you don't care, this is for you.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

    Read at the recommendation of a friend. Doesn’t seem too special. Story is ok but the art styles shifting between 3 or 4 different styles is not to my liking. Doubt I’ll read more into this series.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kurtis Burkhardt

    Not that great of a manga, it’s extremely fast paced and didn’t care for the art style 👌😁❤️

  19. 5 out of 5

    Avery Taryn

    3.5 Definitely glad I watched the anime BEFORE reading the manga

  20. 5 out of 5

    tori

    yeah, i had no idea what was happening but i guess the art style won me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Backs

    1Q 2P JS FLCL is about at young boy named Naota who lives in Japan with his father and grandfather. His brother left him a few years back to follow his dream and play baseball in the United States. While his brother is earning fame as an athlete, Naota is suffering from the tedious and boring days in his home town. The story turns as he is followed by a girl riding a Vespa and wielding a guitar. The girl blasts Naota in the head with her guitar and sends him into a dazed and confused new world. N 1Q 2P JS FLCL is about at young boy named Naota who lives in Japan with his father and grandfather. His brother left him a few years back to follow his dream and play baseball in the United States. While his brother is earning fame as an athlete, Naota is suffering from the tedious and boring days in his home town. The story turns as he is followed by a girl riding a Vespa and wielding a guitar. The girl blasts Naota in the head with her guitar and sends him into a dazed and confused new world. Naota wakes up with a severe rod sticking from his head. As the story progresses, we learn of all the events leading up to this fight between the two characters eventually leading into a final battle between the Vespa girl and a robot that is seemingly alien and is looking to destroy the Good on Earth. Wow! The plot of this manga was all over the place. It was very difficult for me to follow. The art work added a little to the storyline, but the action sequences were heavily darkened which made it difficult again to recognize what was going on. Not only was the story difficult to follow, but it bounced from current events to back story, back again to current time without any real indication. Most major scenes where split by chapter markers, but within each chapter there were moments of jumping back and forth. It is difficult for me to place the audience for this title. On the back of the book, it has a rating of "T" meaning teenage 13 and over. From what I understand, females tend to like this type of literature. Perhaps I am just familiar enough with manga writing, the art for it, and the Japanese culture involved. Admittedly this was my first manga title, so this review should be taken with a grain of salt. I would not recommend this title to young adult readers.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cindy

    I hadn't picked up a manga in quite a while, and felt the need to after seeing Alison's Manga Monday post week after week. I'm not sure if FLCL (pronounced Fooly Cooly) was the best place to start because...well its a weird story. There isn't too much to say about the actual characters. There's plenty but they didn't really stand out too much, although they all seemed different in their own way. Naota was a quiet sort of boy, and I thought he was cute. The other characters are drawn simply and I hadn't picked up a manga in quite a while, and felt the need to after seeing Alison's Manga Monday post week after week. I'm not sure if FLCL (pronounced Fooly Cooly) was the best place to start because...well its a weird story. There isn't too much to say about the actual characters. There's plenty but they didn't really stand out too much, although they all seemed different in their own way. Naota was a quiet sort of boy, and I thought he was cute. The other characters are drawn simply and similarly, so at some points I got them a little confused. Then comes the actual plot. If you read it, you won't really understand what the heck is going on because it jumps from past to present in no particular order and with no real explaining. So after a few pages you're all sorts of confused. The dialogue is kept simple, but like the plot it sort of seems to be everywhere as well, and it pretty much just adds to the confused. To be honest, I can't really say what it was about it, but I did like it. The drawings aren't all that special or unique, the plot is terribly incomprehensible (really, the only way I knew what was happening and where the story was really going, was because of the summary at the beginning of the book,) but the characters all seemed unique, and I couldn't help but like the crazy girl who rides the Vespa and has a guitar for a weapon. Thankfully, this manga only consists of two volumes, so I won't be terribly confused for too many books. Just one more and hopefully some understanding. I know it is based on the anime, which I have not yet watched, but I am excited to because the dialogue is different, although I've heard its just as difficult to understand.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katy Kat McKatums

    A few years ago, when our local book store was having a going-out-of-business sale, I saw FLCL #1 on the shelf, looked through it, and considered buying it because I thought no one else would want it, with its quirky art and strange-sounding story. Little did I know then that this is a very popular series. I was fortunate to find it at the library, and I finally got to read it. One thing you should know before reading/watching FLCL: this series is weird. Really. REALLY. Weird. Apparently the mang A few years ago, when our local book store was having a going-out-of-business sale, I saw FLCL #1 on the shelf, looked through it, and considered buying it because I thought no one else would want it, with its quirky art and strange-sounding story. Little did I know then that this is a very popular series. I was fortunate to find it at the library, and I finally got to read it. One thing you should know before reading/watching FLCL: this series is weird. Really. REALLY. Weird. Apparently the manga was made after the anime, but I read the manga first, not knowing this. There were points where I had absolutely no freaking clue what the heck just happened. Like, one minute everyhing's fine, and then the main character dies, and they bury him with his feet sticking out of the ground. But it's all good, because he's not really dead and soon robots start coming out of his forehead. This is all in the first couple chapters. Yeah, I told you; weird. (I read these a couple summers ago, so sorry if that timeline or info in general wasn't exactly accurate! But that's the gist of what happens) But the thing I loved about this manga was 1.) Haruko is awesome, 2.) the fighting is awesome (they fight with GUITARS. How could that not be awesome?!) and 3.) the art style is cool and unique. I've never quite seen a quirky, unrefined, crazy (yet cute) style in manga such as in FLCL, and I really like it. In short, this series is really short, and REALLY weird, but its cool. I've also heard there's lots of symbolism. I didn't notice it the first time, but then again I wasn't looking for it, so that might be interesting to look for.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    Wished I could of given it five stars due to the anime being one of my Favourite series, but unfortunately 3 is the best its gonna ever be. Now I am usually not the kind of person, to rate something before I have read through its entirety, however I am over half way through this volume and find that reading it is becoming such a drag. The reasons for this are simply that this manga has not lived up to its expectations, for instance the art style although it somewhat works for the story, can be t Wished I could of given it five stars due to the anime being one of my Favourite series, but unfortunately 3 is the best its gonna ever be. Now I am usually not the kind of person, to rate something before I have read through its entirety, however I am over half way through this volume and find that reading it is becoming such a drag. The reasons for this are simply that this manga has not lived up to its expectations, for instance the art style although it somewhat works for the story, can be too scruffy and unfinished at times and therefore makes it hard to appreciate what is happening in certain frames, and when you compare it to the anime the manga is based on, it looks so terribly bad in comparison(That is if like me, you are a big fan of the animated series). I also find that another problem is the manga does not really add anything to the story, just alters certain scenes and at some points the effect is good, such as there may be a different joke in the same situation although the scene is slightly altered but for the most part I would say that the edited/different jokes although providing the manga with a bit of originality from the anime are in comparison for the majority not as good,although the scenes are till in their own way funny. There are some merits to this manga, such as the drawing style in parts as although it is hard to get used to a believe for the most part it works but like I mentioned earlier detail is lacking in key scene's. Overall a disappointment and I am sad to say that i would not recommend someone read this unless they were a hardcore fan of the series and even then I would caution them to be prepared for disappointment.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sinai C.

    I mean...it's FLCL, what do you expect? We're watching this in anime club now...and well...it's FLCL. What is Fooley Cooley? No one knows. No one except for the person who created this world REALLY knows what this anime/manga means. Like, wow. It's not that I don't like it, but just...I'm not getting where growing up is coming into this with the robots and the fires and aliens...and it's all so weird!! One Star for drawing: It's...not that I don't like the drawings even though they're SO weird and un I mean...it's FLCL, what do you expect? We're watching this in anime club now...and well...it's FLCL. What is Fooley Cooley? No one knows. No one except for the person who created this world REALLY knows what this anime/manga means. Like, wow. It's not that I don't like it, but just...I'm not getting where growing up is coming into this with the robots and the fires and aliens...and it's all so weird!! One Star for drawing: It's...not that I don't like the drawings even though they're SO weird and unpolished-looking, (for a good reason I suppose, it's the perfect manga to use that drawing style)but I mean, in the anime, it's even weirder, so I forgive it. I think the fight scenes are unclear though. Like, really, it's like: I know what's happening even LESS than in the anime. Good fight scenes can be hard to draw. Two stars for the actual story: It was humorous(references to Star Trek for example), expressive(even in the text font), and downright weird. Don't expect anything less than that in FLCL. Ahhh...two lost stars because...wow... >.> FLCL... <.< Why must you be so odd!!! I can never tell what's happening and what's not! And when this is happening!! He ends up in the ground three times! Which time is the real one?

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sam

    FLCL defies most descriptions. At the basest level: It is a manga. It is two volumes in length. It involves characters, one of which is a boy, another of which is his insane father, and a third of which is an alien that rides a Vespa and plays a guitar that has a rip-chord on it like a chain-saw. Vespa girl uses the guitar to fight just about everything, and it's totally awesome. (Did i just say 'totally awesome?' I think I did. Because it is.) FLCL is one of many manga that has an anime equivale FLCL defies most descriptions. At the basest level: It is a manga. It is two volumes in length. It involves characters, one of which is a boy, another of which is his insane father, and a third of which is an alien that rides a Vespa and plays a guitar that has a rip-chord on it like a chain-saw. Vespa girl uses the guitar to fight just about everything, and it's totally awesome. (Did i just say 'totally awesome?' I think I did. Because it is.) FLCL is one of many manga that has an anime equivalent, and for the most part the anime does great justice to the manga. But the thing about FLCL, either manga or anime, is that it takes about three readings/viewings to really get into the flow of the thing (I won't say "understand" because that's just not going to happen, ever). The first time you read FLCL, you might conclude that the universe is chaos. The second time, you will most certainly decide that chaos is an illusion, and that there is a secret order inherent in all things. But the third time through, you will come to the inevitable conclusion that both chaos and order are illusions.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rory

    One of the rare cases in which the film (or in this case, OVA) version is better. HOWEVER! That said, this still remains one of my favorite mangas to date. The manga's plot is much harder to follow than that of the animated version (believe it or not), but the art is so solid and so wildly different than anything out there that it really needs to be appreciated on its own merits. As a whole, the characters remain somewhat underdeveloped by comparison to the anime, and the tone found in the manga One of the rare cases in which the film (or in this case, OVA) version is better. HOWEVER! That said, this still remains one of my favorite mangas to date. The manga's plot is much harder to follow than that of the animated version (believe it or not), but the art is so solid and so wildly different than anything out there that it really needs to be appreciated on its own merits. As a whole, the characters remain somewhat underdeveloped by comparison to the anime, and the tone found in the manga is much darker and violent. From what I have read, the manga (as well as a set of serial novels) were based off of the animated series. Though they can both stand on their own, I would suggest seeing the OVA first, as it is more coherent, and will help you understand some of the more obscure parts of the manga.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Matthew

    FLCL Volume 1 sets up all of my favorite characters in an alternate story from the anime. It bubbles over with electrifying questions that are philosophical and yet still hold their nonsensical charm. The first volume doesn't pack too much punch by itself, but when you spill over into the conclusion, it all becomes part of the allure of FLCL. Having both the special edition and the regular edition, though ... I have to warn those that are thinking of picking up this volume as well. There is nothi FLCL Volume 1 sets up all of my favorite characters in an alternate story from the anime. It bubbles over with electrifying questions that are philosophical and yet still hold their nonsensical charm. The first volume doesn't pack too much punch by itself, but when you spill over into the conclusion, it all becomes part of the allure of FLCL. Having both the special edition and the regular edition, though ... I have to warn those that are thinking of picking up this volume as well. There is nothing different except the cover! Seriously, not a single frame is different. I was a bit upset by this, but hey ... I'm such a fan, that I'll overlook it when regarding my collection as a whole. FLCL may be a bit confusing on the first read, but then again, so is the anime on a first watch. I guarantee that a second read will be worth your time!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Misa Niranon

    I read this one and the second one while I was in the library, too. I think that I watched the anime, too. Maybe there were only four episodes? At first I kept getting this series confused with 'Excel Saga' for some reason. HAHAHA. It might be because of the randomness. My favorite character in this was the television head. For some reason, a lot of people like to cosplay it. All sorts of different colors, too! I think that it's pretty creative and always adorable. I wonder if the tv is heavy on I read this one and the second one while I was in the library, too. I think that I watched the anime, too. Maybe there were only four episodes? At first I kept getting this series confused with 'Excel Saga' for some reason. HAHAHA. It might be because of the randomness. My favorite character in this was the television head. For some reason, a lot of people like to cosplay it. All sorts of different colors, too! I think that it's pretty creative and always adorable. I wonder if the tv is heavy on their shoulders? While I was reading this manga, the anime was slowly coming to me. It was so confusing. Now, I think that they are going to be making more in the upcoming year? I don't remember but I read something about it somewhere. So confusing. There was the brother's girlfriend that I didn't particularly like but oh, well. HAHA.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Zoie

    This manga is completely useless when it comes to trying to understand the plot. Why? Becuase it almost has no plot. In this manga, they jump back and forth through time, reviewing the past, then present, etc. The anime was released before the manga and trying to sum up this anime into a two book manga.... no. You will NOT understand this series upoon reading it through the first time. It will take you a while before you understand it. A long time. I had to eventually watch the anime before I go This manga is completely useless when it comes to trying to understand the plot. Why? Becuase it almost has no plot. In this manga, they jump back and forth through time, reviewing the past, then present, etc. The anime was released before the manga and trying to sum up this anime into a two book manga.... no. You will NOT understand this series upoon reading it through the first time. It will take you a while before you understand it. A long time. I had to eventually watch the anime before I got what was going on. The randomness and wierd things that go on are just that..... random and wierd. I love the anime, but the manga is messed up. Through all the random things, it does have a point. The story is about growing up if you can find it...

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