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Yume Onna

Yume Onna

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Synonyms: Dream Woman, Dream Girl
Japanese: 夢女


Type: One-shot
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: 1
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 5, 2013
Authors: Oku, Hiroya (Art), Yamamoto, Hideo (Story)
Serialization: Morning


Score: 6.321 (scored by 734 users)
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Ranked: #148842
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Popularity: #6846
Members: 1,240
Favorites: 4
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She is popular and has a hunk for a boyfriend, but there is that boy in her class who always stares at her, but never talks to anybody. On the way home that boy loses his phone, she picks it up, but he runs away before she can return it. Inside she finds article on lucid dreaming, and this is where it all begins...

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Sep 12, 2017
the_cat_of_nimes (All reviews)
Yume Onna is written by Hideo Yamamoto, who is most well known for his Ichi the Killer manga. The art is by Hiroya Oku, creator of the Gantz series.

The story revolves around our main character Lime, who after reading an article about lucid dreaming decides that she to try it. The story focuses on dreams as the main topic ,and because of this we are treated to surrealistic imagery and situations (think giant naked people and whales floating through the air).

The characters are very one dimensional, with not enough time to really develop them. If this had more chapters focusing on the character's, read more
Jul 8, 2015
Shioxus (All reviews)
From Oku Hiroya, the creator of Gantz, comes a oneshot about lucid dreaming. Fiction in general doesn't do much with lucid dreaming, but in anime and manga it is even less used. It's a shame, because it really is a fascinating concept.

The story brings forth the idea that all dreams are connected at a sort of dream nexus. While that is an interesting concept, Oku himself didn't seem sure of what to do with it. The only dreams we see there are the dreams of the main characters classmates, so the idea of an all connecting dream nexus is quickly scrapped.

The characters don't read more


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