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Shoujo Nemu

Shoujo Nemu

Alternative Titles

English: Girl Nemu
Japanese: 少女・ネム


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: 2001
Authors: Caribu, Marley (Story), Kizaki, Hirosuke (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Beam


Score: 7.141 (scored by 291 users)
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Ranked: #80092
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Popularity: #11697
Members: 636
Favorites: 4
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Shoujo Nemu tells the moving story of Nemu, a young girl who dreams of becoming a manga artist. Even though people couldn’t tell because of her shyness, Nemu possesses extraordinary talent, but it’s not until her encounter with Goro, a veteran manga artist plagued with self-doubt, that she begins to realize the true nature of her passion. What follows is an unusual friendship that ends up changing both their lives.

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Dec 20, 2009
alidan (All reviews)
do yourself a favor and do not pick this one up.

The story seemed to be going places...
the characters seemed interesting...
I thought i would really like this one...

But the ending... It just isn't there...

Apparently the mangaka died.

If you can look past, there is no ending, then this is one you should pick up. if you hate things being incomplete avoid this.
Jan 20, 2013
fuwaneko (All reviews)
I strongly disagree with people who say that there is no ending. There is, it's just too subtle to notice if you're not into this kind of stuff. Maybe I'm just exaggerating, because mangaka actually never completed any of his works and that's not because he died, but because he stated that he can't. But I really think that Shoujo Nemu ended where it should before it became another pointless romance story about hard-brained man and soft woman. And that make it something special, even if only a little. I enjoyed it as a a whole and it's distinctive visual style particularly.


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