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Otona Pink

Otona Pink

Alternative Titles

Japanese: otona♥pink; otona・pink


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 12
Status: Finished
Published: 2007 to 2008
Authors: Sato, Zakuri (Story)
Serialization: Margaret


Score: 7.101 (scored by 1895 users)
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Ranked: #76202
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Popularity: #1750
Members: 3,652
Favorites: 18
Ranked #7620Popularity #1750Members 3,652
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Chapters: /12


Mikuni is the daughter of a single-mother who attends high school. She falls for with Chiho, and just when they are about to have their first kiss they are interrupted - by their teacher! He tells her that her and Chiho will only last three months.

When Mikuni's mother goes away on business she has Mikuni stay with none other than - the same harassing teacher.


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May 20, 2013
First off, I'll start by saying I picked up this manga because a friend asked me to read it, curious about what my thoughts on it would be Just by reading the synopsis, I already knew what the story would be about and how it would end. When I actually started reading it, though, I changed my mind and said, "Maybe I was wrong; maybe it will be different, after all." How terribly, terribly wrong I was. It was EXACTLY—correction—it was WORSE than what I thought it would be. I can't believe I actually thought it might be different.

Before I start the actual review, I read more
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Apr 23, 2009
Otona Pink is in many ways your regular, stereotypical shoujo manga. It has so many of this genres cliches: love triangle, student/teacher relationship, absent parents, co-habitating woes, just to mention a few. Having said that, it's still an enjoyable read because, even though some of the situations are down right absurd (it is a shoujo after all), the author knows her cliches and plays them well, in a way she still manages to deliver a solid plot.

The heroine of the story is Mikuni, your average cheerful girl, who lives alone with her mom, a scientist obsessed with penguins. She has a crush on Chiho, read more
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Apr 9, 2010
Otona pink was your usual drama/shoujo/romance manga and there wasent anything special about it. The story was average and there are many like it. The art was good but not great. The characters were like most romance characters Stupid and immature at first but they grow up through the manga. There was alot more drama than romance but thats ok and the romance wasent very heavy. Though the manga is under mature i dont think it really is, They dont show anything. Overall it was probly worth 6/10 Thanks and hope you enjoy Otona Pink!
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May 24, 2010
To be honest, I don't know how I feel about the story. It is a rather stereotypical shoujo manga with the stereotypical outcome with stereotypical characters.

Personally, I think there wasn't enough character development, the time-frame of the entire story was rushed and at times, confusing, and the art was just average. There are plenty of other mangas out there just like it if not similar.
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