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Dear Green

Dear Green

Alternative Titles

Japanese: ディア グリーン

Information

Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 2007
Genres: Drama, Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Sakura, Amyuu (Story & Art)
Serialization: None

Statistics

Score: 7.871 (scored by 2684 users)
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Ranked: #12642
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1529
Members: 4,231
Favorites: 19
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One-shotSakura, Amyuu (Story & Art)
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Synopsis

Aoi has always been the delinquent kind of girl, not taking her future seriously. She's always being compared to her talented older sister, and she's already so fed up with it. As a child, she has always loved the flute, but even then, she gave up because of her lack of self-confidence. While in her secret quiet place, she runs into genius photographer Yohsuke who can hopefully give her the confidence to move on in life.

(Source: Intercross)

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Characters

Aoi, Shun
Aoi, Shun
Main
Tokisaka, Yohsuke
Tokisaka, Yohsuke
Main


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anthonyistosen
Jul 21, 2010
*Minor Spoilers*

It's hard to live up to people's expectation, everyone knows that. Even harder though, is living in the shadow of an older sibling or relative who has outshone you in nearly every aspect of life. And eventually, the feeling of knowing that your efforts are just a worthless endeavor in comparison gives birth to lack of self confidence and rebellion. Dear Green tells a story like this, where Aoi, a 3rd year high school student tries to live with the burden of a perfect older sibling.

Story: 8

The basic premises is that Aoi is a rebellious delinquent, who doesn't take her future seriously,thanks to being read more
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Llightshines3211
Jun 30, 2011
A short shojou manga with amazing art and well-thought characters, perfect for someone looking for a light but interesting and touching read.

I thoroughly enjoyed reading this manga. I devoured it hungrily, page after page and it left me high satisfied. It is short and light yet very touching, i might reread it again if i have the time

Story
Amyuu takes the reader through an interesting journey into Aoi's life. She cleverly manipulates it and makes a 'typical' manga story unique, to the benefit of the reader. The words are well chosen to add to the feeling.

Characters
The characters are all special and the reader can relate to read more
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ganbare_ajan
Jul 21, 2010
What i thought of this manga??
BRILLIANT

I mean, its rly unexpected so i don't wnna spoil it for anyone^^
its a beautiful story of a girl thats overshadowed by her elder sister, and so she's afraid to shine, even though she's got skilled on the flute.

Then one day, this guy comes up and helps her. Who knew that she was helping him back in return without realizing it
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jessalwayz
Dec 8, 2010
The one-shot is just amazing =)

The art is just incredible, i think the mangaka did and awesome job and she is really talented. The story is one of those stories that you can't help but smile and when you finish reading it you have a warm-happy feeling inside. Its really cute and enjoyable if you want to read something short and sweet. The characters were also portrayed nicely and overall its a good read.

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