Translucent: Kanojo wa Hantoumei
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Translucent: Kanojo wa Hantoumei

Alternative Titles

English: Translucent
Japanese: トランスルーセント 彼女は半透明


Type: Manga
Volumes: 5
Chapters: 30
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 5, 2005 to Oct 5, 2006
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Okamoto, Kazuhiro (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Flapper


Score: 7.271 (scored by 324324 users)
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Ranked: #44392
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Popularity: #11143
Members: 939
Favorites: 27
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Shizuka is an introverted girl, dealing with schoolwork, boys, and a medical condition that begins to turn her invisible! She finds support with Mamoru, a boy who is falling for Shizuka despite her condition, and with Keiko, a woman who suffers from this illness and has finally turned completely invisible. The mysterious disease that the teens struggle with becomes a metaphor in the ordinary lives of the students in their classes, as they try to work their way through their friendships and romances.

(Source: Dark Horse)


Translucent: Kanojo wa Hantoumei was partially published in English as Translucent by Dark Horse since July 25, 2007 to January 30, 2008. The publication was dropped after volume 3.


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Oct 14, 2011
Pholly (All reviews)
The world, whether real or fictional, is hardly innocent. So innocence in any form is often refreshing. This series, in many ways, is that sweet breath of fresh air.

Not quite to the level of clichéd but definitely not original in characters, it none-the-less lends you several "Awww," moments as well as intriguing, possibly inspiring moments of clarity and a unique perspective of life itself that you can carry with you.

Without (immediately) spoiling the story, I think it would be best to say that the plot itself, of a character struggling with the dramas of growing up, finding their own innate sense of themselves, read more

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