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Maria

Maria

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ma-ri-a, MA.RI.A
Japanese: ま・り・あ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 6
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 1989 to May 1990
Authors: Takeuchi, Naoko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Nakayoshi

Statistics

Score: 7.021 (scored by 264 users)
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Ranked: #84942
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Popularity: #9382
Members: 562
Favorites: 3
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Chapters: /6

Synopsis

Maria lost her father when she was very young, and lives with her mother, who is hospitalized. At that time, a mysterious man who's called 'Daddy Longlegs' appeared for Maria... She transfers to the noted Green Garden Academy and begins her search for 'Daddy Longlegs' and meets a man who seems to know everything about her.

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Namoonriver
Apr 21, 2014
One of Naoko Takeuchi's other works, Maria is a beautiful tale about a girl falling in love.

Though typical in story, Maria makes up for it with the tone and characters and slight mystery presented. It leaves you guessing at parts, and smiling at others. I always end up reading this manga when I come back to anime and manga because of how simplistic yet timeless it is.
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koan
Jul 3, 2012
Because there is no review I thought why not write one.
I thought I should read Naoko's other works to see more of her style of telling and art.
Actually there is nothing special about the story or that really stands out.
I think it's the simplicity that made this manga sweet.
Also because it's very close to reality you can feel the characters.

Naoko Takeuchi is known for her master piece Sailor Moon.
Her style of drawing I would say a "classic-shojo-style" so it looks different from the current styles of drawing.
I think you need to love her style to be able to read this manga too.

I reccomend this manga read more
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