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The first two chapters are a bit slow and somewhat boring, mainly due to the fact that it is trying to explain the contents of the plot. After that, the manga takes flight into the unbelievable and thrilling events of the story, so try to stick to it until chapter three.
March's attitude is similar to Haruhi Fujioka from Ouran High School Host Club. She's somewhat passive and can have her cute moments in the manga. She has short hair and looks like a young boy. There is of course many secrets behind her past but you will have to read the manga to find out.
Rodin looks like the cool yet innocent type but he isn't at all. He tease March from time to time and shows some affection towards March. Despite his actions, he has yet to know that March is actually a girl. He can be sneaky in business and somewhat of a comedy relief in the manga.
Jake looks like the the old witch, Yubaba, in Spirited Away her intentions are always pure. She cares a lot about March and has somewhat of an affiliation in March's past. She is like a big sister to March. read more
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The story revolves around Juuzawa Juu, a notorious delinquent at his school. Then suddenly out of the blue, a quiet girl calls Juu out and tells him that he was a king in his previous life and she was his faithful knight.
As the story progresses a scene is shown at the end of the first episode in the OVA, indicating a memory of Juu when he was a kid. In this memory, Juu was probably in grade school. He seems to be all beaten up like he had just got out of a fight. Juu saw a girl crying in a park. Juu approaches her and pat her on the head as a sign to comfort her. He then sat next to her and pulled out a toy that is dress as a king. This strongly indicated that Ame's memories of this "Past Life" must have been caused by Juu himself when he was a boy. read more
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The character was typical too. The main protagonist as the "Naive" and innocent shounen, the main heroine as a Tsundere, and with both of them having experience tragedies in the pass.
Overall, a redundant manga but still a good manga.
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I wasn't really into these types of manga. I thought that I would come to hate it due to the fact that a thirty one year old is trying to score a ten year old. But despite believing so, it wasn't my style to judge a book by its cover, so I decided to read the first chapter just to get the juice of it. To my surprise, the manga shoot completely above my expectations. Kore wa Koi no Hanashi, a manga for both teenagers and adult. A story based upon the sanctity of love and friendship. Truly something in which I could not have foreseen coming.
At first glance, Kore wa Koi no Hanashi may seem to be a story about pedophile but it isn't. Unlike other manga, Kore wa Koi no Hanashi starts out with the goods stuff so the readers will get into the story right away. Throughout the manga, it would be rare to find a plot where the story wasn't interesting. Every little thing in that manga is valuable and builds up to the moral story line.
Uchikai Makuzu, like most male manga characters, seems cold and expressionless.(Obviously due to trauma in the past) Despite being so, he is quite caring and mortify with his own decisions and believes.
Morimoto Akio, she herself is emotionless most of the time and rarely express how she feels. But she's not afraid to say what she needs to say in order to her true feelings at critical moments. Though out the story you will see her innocence displayed and how her personality very much is the key to the drama of the story.
After reading the manga so far, half of me want them to end up together while the other half don't. But it is pretty much predictable about what is going to happened in the end. read more
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