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Aiiro Shinwa

Aiiro Shinwa

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ai-iro Shinwa, Love-Colored Legend, Indigo-Colored Legend, Ai-Colored Legend
Japanese: あい色神話

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: 1980
Authors: Yamato, Waki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shoujo Friend

Statistics

Score: 6.781 (scored by 110 users)
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Ranked: #107062
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Popularity: #14092
Members: 255
Favorites: 1
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Synopsis

Nakaaki Keiko and Mimasaka Kousuke met when they were only 16 years old in high school. Keiko was the student council vice president and top of her class. Kousuke had been expelled from his previous school and spent most of his time making films. This story chronicles the lives of these two seemingly dissimilar friends over a span of 10 years, weaving a poignant tale of misconnections and missed opportunities in a pursuit to find their true selves.

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Characters

Kousuke, Mimasaka
Kousuke, Mimasaka
Main
Nakaaki, Keiko
Nakaaki, Keiko
Main
Takashi, Kurata
Takashi, Kurata
Supporting
Kishida, Kyouko
Kishida, Kyouko
Supporting


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omparet
Sep 30, 2014
This manga is very different. It started out perhaps a bit rough; I almost wrote it off. But then I realized that, although having a bit of a slow start, it was surprisingly, subtlely well done. I gave it a chance, and WOW. It was breathtaking.

The characterization is subtle but beautiful. You see so many different sides of both characters; they go so far beyond their character stereotypes. It was just fascinating! Surprisingly, I felt like I identified with Keiko, and I truly came to care for her. Rarely do we come to love protagonists and truly root for their happiness. Seems like we can read more
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