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Prism

Prism

Alternative Titles

Japanese: prism

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Publishing
Published: Dec 11, 2010 to Jun 11, 2012
Authors: Higashiyama, Show (Story & Art)
Serialization: Tsubomi

Statistics

Score: 8.101 (scored by 3043 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
Ranked: N/A2
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #704
Members: 7,226
Favorites: 249
8.10
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /6

Synopsis

School girl Megumi, suffering from an uneventful life after a fleeting grade school romance, hopes to end such boring days with her entrance into high school. Still dreaming about the peaceful days with her past love, Hikaru, she encounters a stunningly beautiful girl on her way to the entrance ceremony. Suddenly, the girl calls out for Megumi and gives her a hug! Hikaru enters back into Megumi's life not only as a classmate, but as a girl. How will Megumi handle the shocking revelation?

(Source: Dynasty Scans)

Note: this manga is currently on hiatus due to its author's copyright infringement. There has been no notice since June 2012 about its re-appearance.

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Characters

Aihara, Hikaru
Aihara, Hikaru
Main
Hoshino, Megumi
Hoshino, Megumi
Main
Senoo, Erika
Senoo, Erika
Supporting
Ogawa, Yoko
Ogawa, Yoko
Supporting
Hirose, Arisu
Hirose, Arisu
Supporting
Aihara, Wataru
Aihara, Wataru
Supporting
Aihara, Masaru
Aihara, Masaru
Supporting

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Inoperative
Jan 22, 2012
Prism is a yuri manga written and illustrated by Shou Higashiyama. My score is based on the first five chapters of an unknown total at the time of this writing.

Prism has been a special experience. As much as I love yuri, I find that a truly enjoyable yuri story is rare; it doesn’t help that noteworthy works in the genre usually fall into one of two extremes of a) pornography or b) stories about close – but not explicitly romantic – relationships between girls. Prism is an exception that not only lies comfortably in the middle, very near my ideal, but is executed beautifully. It read more
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kinseyshroom
Nov 6, 2012
I'm really not a fan of yuri. It's usually bland, pornographic, stereotypical, plusl misleading towards actual lesbian relationships.This is an exception. I read all of the chapters in one day and it's still playing in the back of my mind. And it's not at all unpleasant.

The story is best summed up by the word "cute". The portrayal of Megumi and Hikaru's relationship itself is truly brilliant, especially for such a short story. Both characters are well rounded and believable.

9/10
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protoman96
Jan 27, 2012
prism is a non-h yuri manga by higashiyama shou/"show higashiyama" serialized in the bimonthly magazine tsubomi. (i use "bimonthly" here to mean it comes out once every two months.) chapter 5 is the newest as of this writing, released about two weeks ago by futari wa pretty anon. (because of the "extra" chapter 3.5, by myanimelist's numbering, this is chapter 6.)

normally i wouldn't review something while it's still running, but i suppose i can indulge myself a bit and hopefully attract more eyes to this excellent manga at the same time.

i was already a fan of h.show from his past work, which is hopelessly different. read more
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Yurireviews
Feb 3, 2013
Prism is a yuri Manga that deals with the problems that naturally follow after falling in love with the same sex.
Admitting your interest, getting together, being open about it to your environment and of course getting judged for it, are only some of the many problems this Manga deals with.
As you can see this is a rather realistic depiction of a romance, in this case a lesbian relationship. And this is exactly the point which makes this Manga so enjoyable.

Most of the Yuri Manga you can find, either show Yuri as a side story only, or present it in a rather unrealistic and sometimes read more
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