The Wallflower, Vol. 2
Publish date: December 28th 2004
Publisher: Del Rey
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
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Series: The Wallflower 0 (#1)
When the going gets rough, it's time to turn to manga! Allow me to pimp out one of my favorites series of all time. The Wallflower has long been a favorite manga series of mine, it's got beautiful artwork, absolutely gorgeous men (HELLO REVERSE HAREM), a grumpy, evil, and seriously dark heroine (yo...
This manga is a reverse harem ugly duckling story. It's cute with its few serious moments but mostly gags. I'm not sure how I feel about continuing with this series. I'm not particularly fond of the drawing style but the story is entertaining. We'll see.
There are still 2 more chapters in this volume that were included in the anime, such as the one where Hiroshi is kidnapped and the one where Naie and the other girl come to Sunako's house to have a party and when the 3 girls go to the spa (Sunako is so funny here; it is like one of her worst nightma...
I think I'm starting to platou when it comes to this series. However, it'll be interesting to see if that changes. Recently I watched the Japanese drama adaptation and loved it. I really need to play more attention to the source material before I go off watching every single adaptation of it. :) As...
The things that bothered me in the past volumes may still be in this volume... and it will always be. However, I finished watching the anime, and I like the characters so much, especially Sunako, one of the best female characters in shoujo IMO. She is hilarious, she never cries or sulk or get depres...
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