Indian Summer
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Synonyms: Sakura-chan Paradise, Wagamama Yoi☆Koi, Omakase! My Sister, Manatsu no Indoor Girl
Japanese: こはるびより
English: Indian Summer
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 71
Status: Finished
Published: May 18, 2001 to Oct 26, 2011
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance, Sci-Fi Sci-Fi, Ecchi Ecchi
Serialization: Dengeki Daioh
Authors: Mizuki, Takehito (Story & Art)


Score: 6.761 (scored by 193193 users)
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Ranked: #105352
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Popularity: #12371
Members: 948
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In a near future, robots are common workers for their human owners. Ready to live a life of mechanical servitude, Yui, a robot maid, has just been purchased by Takaya Murase from the robotic doll distributor, MaidWorks. However, Takaya has other plans for his new servant that don't quite include cooking and cleaning house.

To her new owner, Yui is like a life-sized doll, for which he can act out his costume-dress-up fantasies. But Yui only wants to serve... Find out how this mismatched pair fares, especially once rival robot maids Minori and Ayumi enter the scene.

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Included one-shots:
Volume 2: Sakura-chan Paradise♥, Wagamama Yoi☆Koi
Volume 3: Omakase! My Sister, Manatsu no Indoor Girl


Koharubiyori had one volume published as Indian Summer by ComicsOne on November 13, 2004 before the publisher went defunct.

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May 20, 2008
psygremlin (All reviews)
One of the advantages of reviewing manga, is that I often have the pleasure of reading some very, very good stories. However, occasionally my select-at-random-and-read method fails dismally and I end up stuck with a very, very bad manga. The one advantage, in this case, is that this is probably the easiest review I’ve yet had to write, although I might yet need counseling to get over the trauma of being confronted with such drivel.

Simply put, this little piece of nastiness is everything Chobits could have been, but mercifully wasn’t, thanks to the wonderful people at CLAMP having… well, a brain for starters.

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