Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi
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Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi

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Synonyms: Dad, the Beard Gorilla and I
Japanese: 父とヒゲゴリラと私


Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: 97
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 4, 2011 to Nov 5, 2018
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Slice of Life Slice of Life
Serialization: Manga Club
Authors: Koike, Sadaji (Story & Art)


Score: 8.321 (scored by 21562,156 users)
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Ranked: #2492
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Popularity: #2380
Members: 6,288
Favorites: 133
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After losing her mother to a traffic accident, five-year-old tomboy Michiru finds a "suspicious person" moving into her home: her father's younger brother Kouji, whom she quickly nicknames "Beard Gorilla." While awkward at first, it doesn't take long for them to develop a relationship that's closer to one between a brother and sister than an uncle and niece.

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Jul 8, 2019
GGShang (All reviews)
td:dr on bottom

This manga sits among some of my favorite because it accomplished everything you would expect it to, and more.

The story focuses on Michiru and her new household consisting of her father and uncle coming to be more like a family after her mother passes away. I say that it focuses on Michiru, but it honestly focuses on the stories of all three members of this household. The story deals with the themes of romance, family, moving on from loss, the importance of thinking of others and oneself to name just a few. And even though the manga tackles all these different themes, read more
Jun 23, 2020
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
tl;dr: A mostly lighthearted 4koma that has just enough depth that it makes it disappointing that it isn't better fleshed out. 

This manga was a pretty light hearted 4koma with a bit of depth to it. The premise in terms of background is pretty sad, but it doesn’t dwell on it too much, focusing moreso on where things would go from there. The general feel of the manga is the standard feeling you get from a lot of manga that feature an adult and a kid with them both going through growth, though the difference here would be that it seems to focus on a number of characters just read more
Mar 10, 2018
legendofgong (All reviews)
Dad, The Bearded Gorilla, and I is a true example of a manga that does well at what it sets out to do - a very pleasant slice of life/ comedy that works to immerse the reader into the lives of the characters at hand. Yet at the same time this manga delves upon the fundamentals of human emotion with a soft touch that I have rarely seen in anything else I have read or watched - a manga that finds the light comedy hidden within the fairly uneventful lives of the characters as a way of showcasing human relationships and emotion.

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