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Walkin' Butterfly

Walkin' Butterfly

Alternative Titles

English: Walkin' Butterfly
Japanese: Walkin' Butterfly

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 18
Status: Finished
Published: 2003 to 2007
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Josei
Authors: Tamaki, Chihiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Vanilla

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Score: 7.141 (scored by 211 users)
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Ranked: #72092
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Popularity: #8040
Members: 710
Favorites: 9
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Volumes: /4
Chapters: /18

Synopsis

Michiko's height is matched only by her complex about it. While delivering pizzas at a fashion show she is mistaken for a model. Mihara, the show's designer, confronts her and tells her that she can't walk the catwalk. From that moment on, Michiko is determined to find her place in the world as a model. Can she find the inner strength to undergo a spectacular transformation? Is Michiko up to the challenge? Just try her.

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Background

Walkin' Butterfly had three volumes published by Aurora Publishing from July 1, 2007 to November 30, 2008 before the publisher went defunct.

Characters

Mihara, Kou
Mihara, Kou
Main
Torayasu, Michiko
Torayasu, Michiko
Main
Samejima, Isao
Samejima, Isao
Supporting
Tago, Ryou
Tago, Ryou
Supporting
Nishikino, Kenichirou
Nishikino, Kenichirou
Supporting


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afroemo
Aug 1, 2009
Even though I'm a Black male its shocking how much I can relate simply because of my height. Walkin' Butterfly on the surface is another story about self-acceptance targeted primarily at older females but don't be fooled. *Anyone* with any sort of complex will be able to sympathize with the character ably depicted by Chihiro Tamaki.

The story follows a fairly bad-ass 19-year old acting out due to her complex over her height, one that she deems as being too tall. At first glance she's butch, loud, irresponsible and grating. But that's where Tamaki starts to craft a character that is *truly* believable. Her complex doesn't read more
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