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Kouya no Tenshidomo

Kouya no Tenshidomo

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Miriam
Japanese: 荒野の天使ども

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 3
Chapters: 16
Status: Finished
Published: Mar 24, 1983 to Jun 24, 1984
Authors: Hikawa, Kyouko (Story & Art)
Serialization: LaLa

Statistics

Score: 8.151 (scored by 716 users)
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Ranked: #5942
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Popularity: #4523
Members: 1,446
Favorites: 28
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Volumes: /3
Chapters: /16

Synopsis

This is a cowboy shoujo manga set in the Wild West. Miriam is an orphan. Her father was a drunken gambler; she only had a dress and they moved from place to place, until one day her father died and Grace took her in. The series follows Miriam's life, growing up, and falling in love with her life-long friend, the skillful sharpshooter Douglas.

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Characters

Todd, Miriam
Todd, Miriam
Main
Green, Douglas
Green, Douglas
Main
Grace
Grace
Supporting
Castea, Huey
Castea, Huey
Supporting
Tucker, Joel
Tucker, Joel
Supporting
Roman, Card
Roman, Card
Supporting


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nirasha
Feb 11, 2009
It is very rare to come across a mature yet amusing manga and Miriam is exactly that. Miriam has a well crafted and brialliant storyline. You do not have the heroine falling in love in the first page. Instead this heroine is incredible strong, intelligent and gutsy; a rare combination in shoju manga. The relationship shared between Douglas and Miriam is what makes the entire manga a worthwhile read. The two are at constant logger-heads with each other and arecompletely oblivious to their growing attraction for each other. On a whole the manga is extremely entertaining and leaves you smiling to yourself after reading it. read more
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Anomalous
Jan 25, 2012
I’ve had it saved for a while, but I finally got around to reading Kyouko Hikawa’s 1983 manga Miriam. Hikawa has an unusually large number of series available in English for a mangaka who wrote shoujo in the 80s and 90s (including From Far Away, which was published in the USA by Viz), but just like the other series of hers that I’ve read, Miriam is rather average.

This is the only shoujo manga series I can think of with a wild west setting, so if nothing else that makes for an interesting change of pace. Unfortunately, there’s not much to write home about when it read more
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