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Synonyms: The Girl That Sees "Them", Girl That Can See It
Japanese: 見える子ちゃん


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Nov 2, 2018 to ?
Authors: Izumi, Tomoki (Story & Art)
Serialization: ComicWalker


Score: 7.761 (scored by 642 users)
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Ranked: #18932
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Popularity: #4209
Members: 2,334
Favorites: 27
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All of a sudden, a girl is able to see grotesque monsters all around her; but no one else can. Rather than trying to run away or face them, she instead musters all of her courage and... ignores them.

Join in on her day-to-day life as she keeps up her best poker face despite the supernatural goings-on.

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Mar 11, 2019
El-Random (All reviews)
Mieruko-Chan is a collection of mostly stand-alone chapters about a girl (Miko) who can see monsters that no one else can see. At this point you must be thinking that you've already seen the "girl sees things no one else can see" thing done a million times, right? Well, actually that's not entirely the case with Mieruko-Chan. This isn't your feel good story about a girl becoming the "heroine that fights and beats the monsters that she can only see" nor the "girl helps the spirits so they can finally cross to the other side instead of lingering on this earth". Mieruko-Chan is an authentic read more
Jun 18, 2019
skthegreat (All reviews)
Mieruko-chan is one of the best mangas I've had the pleasure to read recently. It's a very young publication, and there are only abut a dozen chapters out. Despite that, it is already showing a lot of potential and talent.
The story is episodic in nature. It's not concerned with how the main character got her power to see ghosts, or her progression in skills. It is more like a weekly fill of horror and comedy. Currently it's difficult to judge the story right away since the manga has barely started, but like I said, it's showing potential that it can achieve something substantial even read more


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