Hyakuman Tsubu no Namida
Million Tears
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Hyakuman Tsubu no Namida

Alternative Titles

English: Million Tears
Synonyms: A Million Tear Drops
Japanese: ひゃくまんつぶの涙


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: May , 2002
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance, ShoujoShoujo, SupernaturalSupernatural
Authors: Kazumi, Yuana (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.261 (scored by 743743 users)
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Ranked: #45312
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Popularity: #7377
Members: 1,679
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Hiromu is a high school boy who has everything he could ever want: a normal life, friends, and a girlfriend. That is until one day Hiromu asks everyone where Tetsuya is and no one knows. All of his classmates think he is crazy for insisting that this Tetsuya person exists since no one has heard of him. Then on his way home from school Hiromu finally meets a boy who remembers Tetsuya and says that Tetsuya was "delicious" and this isn't the only strange occurrence. This boy seems to think that Hiromu's name is Glorious Lily and that his lover is not his girlfriend, but a beautiful, emotionless girl named Valeriana. With the help of this mysterious boy Hiromu uncovers his past, who Valeriana is and who, or what, he is.

(Source: ANN)


Hyakuman Tsubu no Namida was first published in English as Million Tears by Tokyopop from July 10, 2007 to November 13, 2007. The license was taken up by VIZ Media, who published the title digitally under the VIZ Select imprint from October 28, 2014 to November 25, 2014.


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Jan 21, 2008
katiesquilts (All reviews)
I think the best part of this story is the art. It's really amazing, and part of the reason I picked this book off the shelf. Compared to the actual story, the artwork is amazing. Just sitting and staring at a picture is enough entertainment.
The characters, however, are quite peculiar. Reading through the first volume was a bit tough, because this rewound and fast-forwarded until your brain felt fried. It just didn't seem to make sense, and I think because every single character is secretive and mysterious, none of the confusing bits of the story are clearied up.
As far as entertainment is concerned, the read more

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