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Change 123

Change 123

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Synonyms: Change Hifumi
Japanese: チエンジひふみ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 60
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 19, 2005 to Apr 19, 2010
Authors: Sakaguchi, Iku (Story), Iwasawa, Shiuri (Art)
Serialization: Champion RED


Score: 7.751 (scored by 7433 users)
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Ranked: #17862
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Popularity: #366
Members: 13,561
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Volumes: /12
Chapters: /60
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In Change 123, we meet Motoko, a girl with a very strange problem. In order to cope with her 3 adoptive fathers' incredibly intensive training methods, she developed multiple personalities, each with a different martial specialty. But what happens if none of them can beat her opponent on their own? And what further nugget of wisdom will be imparted by the great Kamen Raider? This one has lots of pretty girls, great art, and comedy.

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Gettou, Motoko
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Kosukegawa, Teruharu
Hino, Izuru
Hino, Izuru
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Mar 11, 2009
It's been a long time since a Martial Arts/Action manga caught my eyes as I prefer stuffs like this to be animated. After reading a few chapter, I can't believe how much spell it can bring if it was relished with ecchi, featuring an Ass-kicking Bishoujo.

Change 123 is about a girl who developed multiple personalities to cope up with the martial arts training given by her three adoptive fathers. This plot was nothing new, but the character development was very good. Just looking in there pictures will give you an idea how they differ from each other(Yeah, We know they are all sexy and is read more
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Jun 10, 2009
This is an unexpected good find on my part. I honestly wasn't looking for much when I started reading this manga, but when I got far enough into the story (I think the second major story arc?) the story started to pick up and the characters became fuller. And the art is just plain outstanding. The action scenes are very beautifully drawn, I personally got a great sense of the movement during the fight scenes.
Also, I have to admit, the ecchi is great.
Overall, I am thoroughly enjoying this series. It has a lot to offer and brings out more and more story and plot elements read more
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Jun 12, 2011
$1 000 000 question (first person to get it right gets a cookie): of all martial arts manga in publication during the time of 2001 to 2010, why was History’s Strongest Disciple Kenichi the only one to get an animated adaptation?

The answer is mind blowing in its simplicity and infuriating in its implications: because its fight scenes were (and still are, to this very day) complete shit!

The uncomfortable truth is that no good martial arts manga in this day and age will ever get animated because animating even a decent (not a GOOD) fight sequence takes stupid amounts of work hours and money. Nowadays, read more
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Nov 20, 2009
This is one of those case where you cant judge a book by its cover or a managa by its description on mangafox, onemanga etc

I cant tell you the number of times ,I passed it over cause it sounded too cheesy or stupid .I am now happy to say just how wrong that has proven to be.

This is honestly one gem of a managa , a true read more
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