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Black Coffee

Black Coffee

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Japanese: ブラックコーヒー


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 23, 2011
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Nakano, Emiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa


Score: 7.091 (scored by 1042 users)
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Ranked: #77822
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Popularity: #3791
Members: 1,697
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How does a girl declared by her childhood friend to be gloomy and anti-social transform into a cutie “as sweet as sugar” and every boy’s dream? And does every boy really dream of girls “as sweet as sugar”? Or is the rich and deep taste of coffee better than sugary glitter? The story of a girl who may not be sweet, but sure is as addictive as black coffee!

(Souce: Aerandria Scans)


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Jan 26, 2015
PLOT: Sentaro and Kurashima are childhood friends, the former being very popular at school... the later, not so much. But Kurashima has a secret that might change that, what will Sentaro do when he founds out?
Although not a very original story, I found entertaining this love/hate interaction between the protagonists and kept flipping pages to see how it was gonna end.

CHARACTERS: I started reading thinking Sentaro is your typical playboy mc and Akari, your typical gloomy glasses girl mc. To me, the characters seem to be acting on a whim and looked shallow for the most part BUT appareances might be deceving... and that is read more
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Jul 18, 2016
Black Coffee is a very simplistic one-shot, which only left me feeling it had some wasted potential, it was definetly entertaining at some points, but it definetly feels like the manga ended up just feeling rushed and the ending forced, let me explain why:

At the beggining of the manga first I was impressed by the comedy, it mixed really well with the art and the environment, and it made me look forward for the other comedic moments that might come along. The premise of the manga also caught my interest, it seemed like although there wasn't anything complex about it, it could add up to read more
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