AI ga Tomaranai!
A.I. Love you
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AI ga Tomaranai!

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English: A.I. Love you
Synonyms: Ai Love You, A.I Non-Stop!
Japanese: AIが止まらない!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 9
Chapters: 55
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 6, 1994 to Aug 20, 1997
Genres: ComedyComedy, EcchiEcchi, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, Sci-FiSci-Fi, ShounenShounen, HaremHarem
Authors: Akamatsu, Ken (Story & Art)
Serialization: Magazine Special


Score: 6.971 (scored by 30703,070 users)
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Ranked: #79402
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Popularity: #2074
Members: 6,538
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Hitoshi Kobe is pretty dumb, not good at sports, and extremely unpopular. The only thing he IS good at really is creating artificial intelligence programs on his computer. His greatest work is number 30, one which very accurately simulates talking to an actual girl. One dark and stormy night, a freak lightning strike causes number Thirty to emerge from his computer screen as a real girl, and sends Hitoshi's life on a turn for the crazy.

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AI ga Tomaranai! was originally serialized in Weekly Shounen Magazine until September 7, 1994 (1994 #40). It was then moved to Magazine Special on October 20 (1994 No.11).

The series had three Japanese printings. The first was 9 volumes long under the Shonen Magazine imprint, which was released between September 1994 and October 1997 with the subtitle A.I think so. The second was 8 volumes long under the KC Deluxe imprint, which was released between November 1999 and June 2000. This was the version translated into English as A.I Love You by Tokyopop from February 3, 2004 to April 12, 2005. The third was 7 volumes long, known as A. I Love You Full Version, again under the KC Deluxe imrpint, which was released between November 2004 and June 2005.

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Jan 6, 2008
Lirael (All reviews)
When I picked this up off the shelf an odd year ago or so, I wasn't sure what to think. So, here's some help to those of you who aren't sure; what I DID think.

The story itself was, overall, very good, but there were times where a chapter simply added nothing to the overall plot. They felt like filler chapters, but luckily the short length meant there were very few of these. Even so, the story (and side stories) were charming and often fun to read. There were innuendos everywhere; Saati (the main female) didn't understand them and made good humour while Toeni (a second read more
Oct 17, 2020
dumbfirehazard (All reviews)
I own this series physically. I had gotten it on accident, and it was an absolute gem in the rough. I started reading it in 2019, and later happened to get the other 7 volumes. This is one of my favorite mangas and influenced my art style and taste in waifus greatly. Often while reading this series, I would forget it came out in the 90's because it holds up to this day so well.

Story: The story was pretty straight-forward; Hitoshi is average at everything but coding; He went home to his coded A.I. waifu; She came to life in an accident. This series read more
Nov 24, 2011
zaharat (All reviews)
Kobe Hitoshi, a young guy who sucks at sport and school, basically a loser in life who's bad luck never seem to end. But he has one amazing talent, computer programming, mainly A.I.s He created so many programs, but his most pride and joy would be Program 30, Nambe Saati, who he actually likes. Then one day, Saati comes to life as in moving from 2D to 3D, and becomes his girlfriend. Now the madness can begin hahaha

Story: The plot is again not so complex as it is a romantic comedy and somewhat of a harem series. Though in it simplicity, it was a pretty read more

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