I Am Here! Omnibus Vol. 02
Invisible to her classmates, Hikage Sumino is an eighth grader with no self-esteem. Her only friends are the visitors to her Internet blog. One day, the most popular boy in the grade suddenly talks to her. Encouraged by this twist of fate, Hikage determines to transform her life and declare... show more
Invisible to her classmates, Hikage Sumino is an eighth grader with no self-esteem. Her only friends are the visitors to her Internet blog. One day, the most popular boy in the grade suddenly talks to her. Encouraged by this twist of fate, Hikage determines to transform her life and declare to the world, I Am Here!WHEN THE SUNFLOWER BLOOMSAfter the sudden disappearance of Black Rabbit from her blog, a series of surprises continues to shake up Hikage's world. What if someone you met online turned out to be someone you knew in real life? In this volume, Hikage, Hinata, and Teru overcome jealousy and betrayal, and together learn valuable lessons about friendship, love, and forgiveness.Includes special extras after the story!
Publish date: July 26th 2011
Publisher: Kodansha USA
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: Koko ni Iru Yo! (#1)
This is actually an omnibus collection of the first three volumes of the series. Hikage Sumino is an eighth grader who'd like nothing more than to have friends like other people do. Unfortunately for her, she's practically invisible. Even when people notice that she's in the room, they soon forget s...
I am here! Review Art: Magical sparkly shojouy goodness. The artwork is soft and fluffy and fluid A Characters: Hikage sumino, hinata, teru. Sumino (they call her by her last name quite often) is a shy quite invisible girl who no one listens to or sees she has a blog, She is loving and brave and ...
Friends come in all shapes and sizes and some may even be closer than we think.This was a cute story about a shy girl finding hope from an anonymous friend and learning to love herself. The relationships in this story were the center point. They were not forced and the feelings of sadness, lonelines...
I really loved volume one, and I'm very happy that I can say that I liked volume two every bit as much. There's a love triangle here, which normally makes me cringe. But it was handled very nicely here. Both boys really liked and respected Hikage, and they remain friendly towards each other until th...