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Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi

Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi

Alternative Titles

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

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 4, 2011 to Nov 5, 2018
Authors: Koike, Sadaji (Story & Art)
Serialization: Manga Club

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Popularity: #3210
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Synopsis

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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Apr 19, 2019
Frostbytes (All reviews)
"Every story must come to an end, and because there is an end, it's beautiful and precious"- Section chief.

On the first glance, Chichi to Hige-Gorilla to Watashi seems like any other 4-koma manga with plenty of comedy due to its wacky characters and fun interactions. This is partially true, as it's primarily a Slice of Life series with a tinge of melancholy, comedy and romance. Family oriented manga are pretty common these days, yet it just manages to gain that extra stride by doing a great job in certain aspects.



As the synopsis says, the manga mainly revolves around a ragtag family, each having their own read more
Mar 10, 2018
legendofgong (All reviews)
Preliminary
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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