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Hikari no Pansy

Hikari no Pansy

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English: Pansy
Synonyms: Hikari no Panji
Japanese: 光のパンジー


Type: Manga
Volumes: 11
Chapters: 54
Status: Finished
Published: 1988 to 1991
Authors: Okumura, Mariko (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.831 (scored by 191 users)
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Ranked: #14102
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Popularity: #10184
Members: 476
Favorites: 14
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MangaOkumura, Mariko (Story & Art)
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Pansy is a feral girl, recently found in Africa, living in the wild being raised by chimpanzees. Mark Animal the young man, who found her, takes her back to his European-esque home country of Roland to study her. Pansy meets a slightly older boy than herself named Edo who loves her free spirit. Upon hearing the Traumerei played memories of her past start to awaken. Quickly though events start to roll changing Pansy’s life even further. The story of Pansy quickly turns into one of high adventure and political intrigue.



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Apr 15, 2009

The plot in Pansy just seemed so different from every shoujo manga I have read. I don't exactly have the time right now to write a great, detailed review, but I'll say this: It was a lovely plot that allowed the characters to build their relationships in the fifty-four chapters of the story.

Pansy, a girl with a free spirit, yet also a very gentle, selfless one, has been brought to Roland by a researcher named Mark after being found in Africa. From then on, she learns how to speak, and interact with others, and meets Edo.

The only small detail I personally read more
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Aug 6, 2010
Well to start off i absolutely LOVED this manga, it had everything to suit my needs : romance, action, a storyline, drama etc

So on to the manga it self:-

ART: like i've mentioned i love the old style artwork BUT i'm aware that this would not suit everyone's taste however having said that, while you might not love the art style no one can truly fault it because i feel that it suits the story and the time period the manga is portraying. so art gets a 10/10 from me.

STORY: the storyline is one of the most original i have read in the shoujo genre and read more
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