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Kimi ni shika Kikoenai

Kimi ni shika Kikoenai

Alternative Titles

English: Calling You
Japanese: きみにしか聞こえない

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 2003
Genres: Drama, Shoujo
Authors: Tsuzuki, Setsuri (Art), Otsuichi (Story)
Serialization: Asuka (Monthly)

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Score: 7.501 (scored by 918 users)
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Ranked: #34542
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Popularity: #3577
Members: 1,848
Favorites: 14
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Chapters: /5

Synopsis

A volume featuring two short stories. Calling You—A lonely pair of high school students begin to psychically communicate through the “cell phones in their heads.” Their connection grows, and they discover that they’re not only separated by distance, but by time, as well. Kids—a story about high school bullying and abuse.

Note: Kiyohara Hiro also did a manga based on the same story.

(Source: MU)

Background

Kimi ni shika Kikoenai is a manga adaptation of the light novel of the same name. While the original light novel contains three short stories, this manga only adapts the first two stories.

The series was published in English as Calling You by Tokyopop on January 9, 2007. VIZ Media digitally rereleased the manga under the VIZ Select imprint on March 10, 2015.

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Nocti
Jun 2, 2013
I think this manga is a clear example of how a bad storyboard can ruin a story.

The manga includes two stories:
Kimi ni Shika Kikoenai (Calling you), a one-shot about two highschool students who communicate psychically through cellphones they created in their minds.
Kizu (Kids), a story organized in two chapters, about a boy who can absorve the wounds of other people.

I have nothing against one-shots, or short mangas. I´ve read really good ones, and there are even some one-shots among my favorite mangas. I also think works should be judged within their genre and kind. Comparing a short and a long manga would be the same read more
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Rowd
Feb 12, 2016
They also adapted Kizu in a shoujo style and I gotta say after reading both manga versions of the two stories, I lean towards the shounen one. Maybe cause I read the shounen first but there were some blaring differences when I compared the two. One of the most notable ones was how they were paced. The shoujo adaptions felt like they were two long one shot mangas with all the story content crammed into the pages with a composition that can only be called messy though its something that is repeatedly used in shoujo mangas. The shounen version paced each story within 5 read more
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