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Marmalade Boy

Marmalade Boy

Alternative Titles

English: Marmalade Boy
Japanese: ママレード・ボーイ

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 40
Status: Finished
Published: May 1992 to Oct 1995
Authors: Yoshizumi, Wataru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Ribon Magazine

Statistics

Score: 7.701 (scored by 6371 users)
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Ranked: #20102
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Popularity: #506
Members: 11,464
Favorites: 350
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Volumes: /8
Chapters: /40
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Synopsis

All Miki Koishikawa wanted was an ordinary family and that's exactly what she had until her parents decided to move in with another couple and turned Miki's world upside down. Now she lives in a house with four parents and her totally cute stepbrother Yuu. It's bad enough being brought into her parents' strange soap opera, but Miki will star in a soap of her own as she deals with friends having affairs, trying to survive in school and ending up torn between her long-time crush, Ginta, and her new stepbrother!

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

Marmalade Boy was published in English by Tokyopop from April 23, 2002 to August 5, 2003.

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Characters

Koishikawa, Miki
Koishikawa, Miki
Main
Matsuura, Yuu
Matsuura, Yuu
Main
Akizuki, Meiko
Akizuki, Meiko
Supporting
Miwa, Satoshi
Miwa, Satoshi
Supporting
Tsuchiya, Kei
Tsuchiya, Kei
Supporting
Suou, Ginta
Suou, Ginta
Supporting
Suzuki, Arimi
Suzuki, Arimi
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Aug 1, 2010
burntlettuce (All reviews)
Crazy wacky situations that bring about the sweetest moments. This is the essence of Shoujo, and Marmalade Boy is no exception. Marmalade Boy manages to get it's firm grasp around the reader during this very sweet shoujo experience, and it never lets go.

Like most Shoujo manga melodrama shall always peak it's unwanted head into our world. As to be expected with angsty teenagers, but never fear Wataru Yoshizumi is a smart women and knows how to handle this with care. The thing with Melodrama that makes it unbearable at times is it stays around far too long. However this isn't the case of Marmalade read more
Jun 9, 2015
dawnswordchamp (All reviews)
After reading Handsome na Kanojo from the same mangaka, I couldn't wait to reread Marmalade Boy after reading it two times and dropping it. This time I finished without dropping and read it in a duration of nearly half a day.

I dropped it twice before probably because I was still immature and hated love triangles not even giving it a second thought that they will end up together in the end anyway since most Shoujo manga do. But a third time, I've read countless other Shoujo manga and was exposed to many more genres, storylines and ending that left me sad and heartbroken but read more
Sep 4, 2009
Chinkyu (All reviews)
Marmalade Boy is a shoujo romance-comedy manga by Wataru Yoshizumi.

Story:
Two couples decide to get divorced and swap partners with another couple, then marry again. Sounds hilarious? Yeah, it is hilarious, but also very funny. Not only the adults, but also their children, Miki and Yuu, fall in love with each other. There are lots of the typical shoujo stuff, but also comedical and sad moments. I liked the story and the humor^^

Characters:
The main characters are Miki and her new stepbrother Yuu. They didn´t like each other when they first met, but later fell in love. There are lots of supporting characters, like Meiko (Miki´s friend), read more
Jun 20, 2010
bLeSsEd14 (All reviews)
First review, please be nice ^^

Alright, first off, classic story, girl falls in love with boy, boy already liked her, blah blah blah. No idea why, but sometimes those turn out to be the best xD But, unexpectedly, these two have a.. strange relationship that leads to hilarious outcomes. Along their "journey of love" they encounter many strange situations. ( And yes I know, this is very vague, that's the point, you should go read it yourself.) Anyway, although the art is not the best, it's pretty good. If your looking for a tragic, heart wrenching, make-you-realize-something-about-yourself stories, go look somewhere else. But read more

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