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Usotsuki Mii-kun to Kowareta Maa-chan: Totteoki no Uso

Usotsuki Mii-kun to Kowareta Maa-chan: Totteoki no Uso

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Usotsuki Mi-kun to Kowareta Ma-chan: Totteoki no Uso, Lying Mii-kun and Broken Maa-chan: Precious Lies
Japanese: 嘘つきみーくんと壊れたまーちゃん とっておきの嘘

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 4, 2010 to Dec 29, 2010
Authors: Iruma, Hitoma (Story), Atsuki, Satou (Art)
Serialization: Young Ace

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Score: 7.591 (scored by 4587 users)
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Ranked: #27512
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Popularity: #723
Members: 7,898
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Synopsis

The setting is a rural city in which a kidnapping and a series of murders are happening simultaneously, where there was also a kidnapping 8 years ago. The victims, the compulsive liar "Mii-kun" (the narrator), and "Maa-chan" (Misono Mayu) reunite and start living together, despite of the fact that the kidnapped children were in Mayu's apartment...

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Mii
Mii
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Misono, Mayu
Misono, Mayu
Main
Kamiyashiro, Natsuki
Kamiyashiro, Natsuki
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Sakashita, Koibi
Sakashita, Koibi
Supporting


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Ballista
Jan 21, 2011
Taken from my recommendation post (with accompanying picture snaps) on http://sekijitsu.com/2011/01/21/rec-lying-mii-kun-broken-maa-chan/

I **** you.

Words that are open to interpretation. This manga plays skip rope with the line that defines love and hate, fear and fearlessness, sane and the insane. Truthfully, I’m writing this not long after completing the manga, but with only 5 chapters, it is one that goes by really fast. The lingering questions however, stay for much longer.

The manga referenced here of course is the psychological drama/mystery “Lying Mii-kun & Broken Maa-chan: Precious Lies”. The title hints at the deceptive nature of the story, as the narration successfully manages to throw curveballs and read more
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Xephifer
Oct 4, 2013
I xxxx you.

Sounds pretty ambiguous, doesn’t it? Lying Mii-kun and Broken Maa-chan : Precious Lies is one of those manga that, like the opening statement, leaves many things up to interpretation. This manga blurs the lines between two extremes, where things are not always as they appear.
The title only helps add to the deceptiveness of this short series. You will effectively be thrown for a loop on more than one occasion and afterwards wonder if what happened was actually reality or not. Although it is only 5 chapters a long and a tad under two-hundred pages, it still manages to suck you in like few read more
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chubar
Jan 30, 2015
I’m not quite sure where to start off with this manga. First of all, I didn’t like it. The art was nice but that’s probably one of the nicest things I’m going to say about this.

I’m going to be honest with you, when I first read the description, I thought I was going to read something actually interesting and of substance. Maybe this will be a one shot about how the victims of kidnappings are handled in Japan, or at least a critical look at their mental health system.

But it wasn’t.

Honestly, I wasn’t even sure what was even going on with the manga itself. Okay, read more
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Slumber
Dec 3, 2011
I came across this manga completely by chance and I’m not even sure what made me pick it up. Since it’s not my typical read, I don’t have much in my line up to compare it to but its definitely worth looking at.

The twists and turns in this manga were done right. You think “oh so that’s why that happened” and a page later your rethinking your whole though process and trying to figure everything out all over again. The stability of the main characters wavers as things develop [I’m speaking mental stability within their character, not the actual written character] so ways of read more
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