Heart wo Uchinomese!
Knock Your Heart Out!
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Heart wo Uchinomese!

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Japanese: ハートを打ちのめせ!
English: Knock Your Heart Out!
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 21, 2001 to Apr 8, 2003
Genres: Drama Drama, Romance Romance
Theme: School School
Demographic: Josei Josei
Serialization: Feel Young
Authors: George, Asakura (Story & Art)


Score: 7.101 (scored by 484484 users)
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Ranked: #70812
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Popularity: #11997
Members: 1,205
Favorites: 11
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No matter how many times she sleeps with Arai, Negishi realizes that neither her nor Arai's feelings were being conveyed. Their sex felt "like" love, but only feeling "like" something wasn’t the same thing as having it. What is Negishi supposed to do in order to get Arai to understand her true feelings?

(Source: MU)


Heart wo Uchinomese! was initially serialized in Zipper Comic, but moved to Feel Young after the magazine went defunct.


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Apr 11, 2013
This manga is like finding a needle in a haystack. That's what I really feel after reading this. If I can even place a top 6 at the most fave manga section on my profile here at MAL, I'll place this one there!! That's how awesome this manga is. :)

Well, I wasn't expecting much from this manga when I first read it. I just found it out randomly while looking for some josei.

What strike me the most are the characters and the narration. Each characters have they own 'my-problem-is-the-biggest-problem-in-the-whole-wide-world' problem. They are all adolescents at the hype of facing puberty blues.

If you are ...
Jun 4, 2016
George Asakura is the rare Mangaka I’ve found that really seems to follow a direct lineage from Kyoko Okazaki, although I don’t know enough of the history to know which one came first. That is, taking seriously broken characters and scenarios, but treating them with a high irreverent whimsy, and then tossing in really startlingly beautiful moments of art in between the carnage the characters wreck on each other. Of course Asakura doesn’t go as far as Okazaki in the depiction of the carnage – she focuses only on the romantic/sex lives of a couple of middle school kids here – but the techniques ...


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Mar 31, 2013 10:54 PM

It’s time to ditch the text file.
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