High School Debut, Vol. 01
When Haruna Nagashima was in junior high her life consisted of playing softball and reading comics. But now that she's going to high school, Haruna decides to put all of her energy towards getting a boyfriend and having the high school romance of a lifetime. To help in her quest, she enlists cute... show more
When Haruna Nagashima was in junior high her life consisted of playing softball and reading comics. But now that she's going to high school, Haruna decides to put all of her energy towards getting a boyfriend and having the high school romance of a lifetime. To help in her quest, she enlists cute upperclassman Yo Komiyama to coach her as she eschews her jock tendencies and turns herself into the kind of girl who can catch a guy. Yo agrees, with one catch: Haruna had better not fall for him!
Publish date: January 1st 2008
Publisher: VIZ Media, LLC
Pages no: 179
Edition language: English
, Media Tie In
, Asian Literature
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, High School
, Japanese Literature
Series: High School Debut (#1)
This story has a nice natural progression and the art is really good.
It is Christmas time and Haruna wants to make something special for Yoh. So she gets a job (from where she is fired after some time, just because she worked so hard! WTH!) to get him a present, also bakes him a cake and starts making plan for the evening. When they are on their date, she realizes sh...
I am giving this manga a chance because it has similarities with Love.Com. True, Haruna is not as cute and funny as Koizumi, and even if Koizumi also cried a lot, you couldn't help but sympathize with her. To me, Haruna is more annoying, and rather silly. She confessed to Yoh, and he agreed to hang ...
This volume was not as funny as the first one, and worst of all, Haruna is getting on my nerves. First of all, she is very silly. Main girls in shoujos make me nervous when they are TOO kind, TOO dense. She falls in love very easily (and we are talking about a girl who NEVER fell in love in 16-years...
The plot is kind of silly (a school girl, Haruna, wants to have a boyfriend, and asks a very popular popular guy, Yoh, to coach her to be more attractive. The only condition: she cannot fall in love with him). But I found the manga pretty funny, and the characters, very nice. It is a enjoyable shouj...