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Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet

Satougashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai: A Lollypop or A Bullet

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Synonyms: Satou Kashi no Dangan wa Uchinukenai, A Lollipop or a Bullet, Sugar Candy Bullets Can't Pierce Anything
Japanese: 砂糖菓子の弾丸は撃ちぬけない A Lollypop or A Bullet


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 9, 2007 to Jan 9, 2008
Authors: Sakuraba, Kazuki (Story), Sugimoto, Iqura (Art)
Serialization: Dragon Age


Score: 8.061 (scored by 3572 users)
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Ranked: #8622
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Popularity: #1052
Members: 9,119
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Nagisa Yamada is a junior high school student who lives in the remote countryside town of Tottori. Her father has passed away years ago, and her mother does part-time jobs to support the family. She is a realist, and wants to graduate as soon as possible to live her own life. Mokuzu Umino is a melancholic and very mysterious transfer student. She claims to be a mermaid, come to land on a mission to find a true friend before the storm comes. At Tottori, the two girls meet, develop a unique friendship, and do what they can to keep living.


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Despite the cutesy art and the fact the main characters are in middle school, this manga is a lot deeper than at first glance. It might even be too real at certain points. However, it’s the art that draws me in and it’s the story that kept me there.

Nagisa has a stay-at-home brother, whom she admires, while her mother is constantly working. Apparently, her father passed way ten years prior to the story while he was fishing. Since then, they’ve lived in poverty. The insurance for the father had long since dried up and Nagisa was starting to feel the effects of puberty.

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