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Hana to Akuma

Hana to Akuma

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Flower With Devil, Flower and Devil
Japanese: 花と悪魔

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: 58
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 20, 2007 to Nov 20, 2010
Authors: Oto, Hisamu (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume

Statistics

Score: 8.531 (scored by 11928 users)
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Ranked: #1232
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Popularity: #147
Members: 23,600
Favorites: 1,359
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Volumes: /10
Chapters: /58

Synopsis

Fourteen years ago Vivi, the demon, decided to leave the demon realm and come to the human world. There he found an abandoned baby and on a whim decided to keep it. Since then he lives together with Hana... but having a 14 year-old girl around you, is it really that simple?

(Source: Osuwari Team)

Background

Hana to Akuma was adapted into a drama CD in 2008.

Characters

Vivi
Vivi
Main
Hana
Hana
Main
Lucifer
Lucifer
Supporting
Velten
Velten
Supporting
Eleanor
Eleanor
Supporting
Toni
Toni
Supporting
Tanizaki, Momo
Tanizaki, Momo
Supporting

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adayday24
May 11, 2010
EDIT: I just reread this manga for about the fourth time, and reading my original review made me realize I didn't give it the justice it deserves (and I never will be able to because I don't have that ultimate power). This series is one of the most beautiful and pure romance manga I have ever read.

You might say I'm crazy for giving this series a perfect score, a ten, but trust me when I say this series deservers even more. Could you imagine not wanting to touch the one you care about because you're scared you'll only do harm? Could you imagine knowing read more
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PlasticPaper
Dec 11, 2010
I really enjoyed this manga. It was very bittersweet, and was probably one of the best shoujos I've ever read. The art style took some getting use to, but I learned to really appreciate it over time.

Story:
It was a beautiful, bittersweet story. A demon comes to earth and raises an abandoned human child, and as she grows up they both really start to adore each other. The manga is about them overcoming their challenges to be together, and yes, while it was a romantic manga, the bond is very sweet, and goes beyond the typical shoujo relationship.

Art:
Like I said, I wasn't read more
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LoonyB
Jul 2, 2009
Hana to Akuma (or Flower and Devil, for those who prefer) dosn't stray much from the safty of a formulated manga. Having said this, I still like it. Not as much as many of my manga tops but it's very readble but I don't ache for the next chapter with my entire heart. Nor does it make me excited when the main romance is shown.

Story:
Fairly basic one character trying to belong where she does not and vice versa. There are many manga which have pulled this off admirably well, for instance Ouran Highshool Host Club and Special A, both manga/anime where a 'poor' girl is read more
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Pyapi
Jan 8, 2010
I read Hana to Akuma because many people seemed to think it was a good series. I don't even remember how many chapters I read, only that every chapter seemed to be as cliched as the other and dreadful to read...

Story: (5)
The story was one that has been over-used and already torn down to pieces. It's rather slow and filled with clichés. It seemed to me like the manga-ka just sew elements from different Shoujo series and turned into this series. Nothing about it is original at all, nor does it have any interesting twists.

Art: (7)
I'd call this the saving point of the series. The read more
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