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Alternative Titles

English: Gacha Gacha
Synonyms: GachaX2, Gacha Gacha: Capsule, Secret, The Next Revolution, Miniature
Japanese: ガチャガチャ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 16
Chapters: 97
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 7, 2002 to Oct 20, 2007
Authors: Tamakoshi, Hiroyuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Magazine Special


Score: 7.271 (scored by 2896 users)
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Ranked: #61922
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Popularity: #1701
Members: 5,734
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Nov 23, 2007
Master10K (All reviews)
Gacha Gacha is a Shounen, Ecchi, Romantic, Comedy manga which is split up into two separate stories, however it is evident that one story is better than the other.

The first story entitled Capsule and it’s about two friends Kouhei (boy) and Clara (girl) who have a sort of love-hate relationship. During the summer, Clara goes to Hawaii with her mom but returns home with some split personalities. From the start to finish this is an incredibly whacky story and even though the split personality concept seems a bit off, it is portrayed in a great and funny way. There really is no structure to the read more
Jan 6, 2010
M_Flo (All reviews)
Mod Note: This review was initially posted for, Gachagacha Part.2: "Secret" Arc, and was subsequently merged into Gachagacha.

Gachagacha: The Next Revolution starts out with an interesting concept, but after that it goes almost nowhere.

The characters start out completely devoid of personality, save for the Akira whose personality only serves to convince the reader that he is utterly worthless, and in most respects he pretty much is.

The main female love interest, Yurika, falls into the deathly trap that is why-does-he-even-like-her. Yurika starts out as "The Pretty Girl" and not much else, whose sole purpose in life is to be loved by the main character. About half read more
Dec 27, 2009
nowusee (All reviews)
Mod Note: This review was initially posted for, Gachagacha Part.2: "Secret" Arc, and was subsequently merged into Gachagacha.

This is a masterpiece. It might be because it was one of the only manga I'd read in the last 3 years, but it kept me up until 1 am every night. I love the characters and i appreciate the art. The story line is about a Boy who likes a girl (original, eh?), but always gets "manly" near her and gets embarrassed. It's very funny in scenes where he becomes a girl because of a glitch in a game. The story Gacha Gacha is the starting for read more
Mar 26, 2010
Dunkjoe (All reviews)
{Gacha Gacha has 2 separate stories,
1- Capsule, chapter 1-41 , and
2-Secret, chapter 42-96}
(Note: This review is only on the first part. The Secret part is the sequel.)

[Mood: Light - medium-heavy]
[Notable pickings: Multiple personalities: 6 l Plot consistency:6 l Romance :7 l Fanservice:6 l Sci-fi:3 l Ending: 3 l Harem: 2 (badly formed, some were never resolved or abandoned halfway)]

To be honest, this Capsule series started off with a bang. I was instantly reminded of Mahabora, but the scope of the similarity is much larger. IMO, the story started off well, but went downhill from the second arc.

This Capsule series seem to have 3 read more
Oct 20, 2008
starboy7 (All reviews)
Gacha Gacha has 2 seperate stories, but the stories are for the most part playing of of odd circumstances in a humerous fashion. The Art is pretty good, but the characters in my opinion could have used some more work. Also I think that in some of the chapters the Story becomes too fanservice oriented. Overall a good Manga though