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Manga no Tsukurikata

Manga no Tsukurikata

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: How To Make Manga, Pii-chan, Shoujo A
Japanese: まんがの作り方

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 63
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 19, 2008 to Apr 19, 2014
Genres: Shoujo Ai, Seinen
Authors: Hirao, Auri (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Ryu

Statistics

Score: 7.211 (scored by 462 users)
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Ranked: #64282
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Popularity: #4598
Members: 1,427
Favorites: 21
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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /63

Synopsis

Asuka, who debuted as a manga artist at the age of 13 but has not had work since then and is now 19. Fresh off from graduating high school, she gets inspired by the works of Sachi, and decides to quit her job in order to become a manga artist again. Since girl's love and boy's love are currently popular genres, she decides to go out with a former co-worker, Morishita who is in love with her, in order to gain experience. Later, she finds out that Morishita is actually Sachi.

Included one-shots:
Volume 7: Pii-chan
Volume 8: Shoujo A

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Characters

Kawaguchi, Asuka
Kawaguchi, Asuka
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Morishita
Morishita
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yurionly
Jun 24, 2011
The least interesting yuri manga I've read. The plot is about two manga artist girls who have a relationship with each other. But the plot isn't focused on either the yuri or the aspect of what it means to be a manga artist, so really nothing happens to advance the story. There are no unique relationship insights and few if any date moments. It seems the mangaka included the yuri aspect as a gimmick.
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Black-Paw
May 28, 2014
The relationships between the characters seems to be developing at a snails pace. Time flies fast in the manga and often times its hard to keep up with the time skips which make following the story a tad bit difficult for a first read through. The manga has no real focus as it just casually flows through what the characters are doing on a daily basis and the character development is so minimal throughout the chapters that its hard to notice any changes at all with the characters. While I had high hopes for the manga and hopped that the story would've progressed more in read more
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