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Magnolia

Magnolia

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Lily
Japanese: Magnolia

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 45
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 28, 2010 to Nov 28, 2013
Authors: naked ape (Story & Art)
Serialization: ARIA

Statistics

Score: 7.421 (scored by 980 users)
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Ranked: #42392
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Popularity: #2546
Members: 2,600
Favorites: 22
7.42
Ranked #4239Popularity #2546Members 2,600
MangaARIAnaked ape (Story & Art)
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Volumes: /7
Chapters: /45

Synopsis

Crown "Prince" Ayato has neither the body of a boy nor the body of a girl. What Ayato does have is a pair on "wings" located on "his" back, that he'll lose when he falls in love.

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Characters

Wolf, Yugo
Wolf, Yugo
Main
Godwin, Ayato
Godwin, Ayato
Main
Godwin, Sui
Godwin, Sui
Main
Aimee, Lily
Aimee, Lily
Main
Oliver, Nagi
Oliver, Nagi
Main
Orway, Saiga
Orway, Saiga
Supporting
Black, Robert
Black, Robert
Supporting


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PeachYogurt31
Oct 17, 2014
Magnolia was unexpectedly good. It reminded me very much of Afterschool Nightmare which I, to my surprise, had also enjoyed reading.

I really like stories that try to explore gender on a biological level. Ayato, the main character has physical characteristics of both binary genders. Ayato struggles with finding Ayato's true gender and throughout the story, a range of people try to influence Ayato's decision.

The art is phenomenal and the characters are pretty diverse in personalities. There's a strong physiological theme and many of the characters suffer through their own dilemmas, not just Ayato.

Even though I enjoyed it, I do have to read more
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Radical-Alice
Jun 5, 2014
Magnolia makes for a great story that just scrapes the surface of the complexity of gender roles and gender identification. This is probably why I did not enjoy this series as much as I could have, because I was expecting the plot to go deeper into the psychological struggle of defining /identifying with one's self and their gender/orientation. But the main plot with all its fluff, harems, and twists made for a classic dramatic romance read.

Art: One solid point hands-down in Magnolia is the art. It gives the impression of being very fluid and elegant which is appropriate since the it revolves around a read more
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