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Flip Flap: Okamoto Lynn Tanpenshuu

Flip Flap: Okamoto Lynn Tanpenshuu

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English: Lynn Okamoto: Short Story Collection
Synonyms: Lime Yellow, Elfen Lied, Allumage, Registrar, Carriera, Memoria, MOL, Digtopolis
Japanese: 岡本倫短編集 Flip Flap


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 9
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 19, 2008
Authors: Okamoto, Lynn (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Jump


Score: 7.301 (scored by 1602 users)
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Ranked: #54662
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Popularity: #2458
Members: 2,629
Favorites: 14
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Chapters: /9


A collection of 9 short stories by Lynn Okamoto.

1. Flip Flap
2. Lime Yellow
3. Elfen Lied
4. Allumage
5. Registrar
6. Carriera
7. Memoria
8. MOL
9. Digtopolis


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Jan 26, 2009
Upon first glance Allumage might not seem like anything special, but like so many manga and anime, first impressions can be deceiving.

Allumage is a one-shot manga by Okamoto Lynn, who is more well known as the creator of Elfien Lied, and whilst the latter may be a popular manga/anime, Allumage is also deserving of credit. The title (allumage being the French word for ignition), for this one-shot is actually rather significant, as it is relevant not only to a major event in the manga, but is also an inference to the future of the main character.

The story begins with with a young Japanese woman named read more
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Jan 24, 2009
Want a One Shot title that truly feels like a complete story?

The story is about a young Japanese stunt woman striving to become a Hollywood actress, along the course of the story she ends up being given the chance of playing a small role which she sees as an opportunity to improve her career but before she could accept the role she had to first go back to Japan to attend her brother,s wedding. While in Japan, a hotel near the one she's staying at is set aflame by a freak accident and a couple of kids are stuck at the burning building and read more
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May 11, 2010
Allumage was a great one-shot. The story was well developed: main character Kumiko is a stunt actress in Hollywood who wants to become a real actress, has the chance but first needs to go to her big brothers wedding back home in Japan. She has always looked up to her brother the hero. That's all I'll write so as to not spoil the story.

The art was expressive and well detailed. You could tell the distinction between the American and Japanese characters. Kumiko was fairly well explained, given the length of the story. However, the other characters didn't have much of an explanation. But, even still read more
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Jun 19, 2011
A one shot manga that doesn't have a unique story, but can be said as 'not-like-others'

It's more than just a story of a girl chasing her dream of being a Hollywood actress, but more of how she's willing to give up the dream for someone else's life.

Touching with a great moral lesson.

(I'm trying to say good stuff here, but seriously... The ending is weird. Lol)
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