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Jan 10, 2015
Not bad, not bad at all. From all the shoujo mangas I've read, it's just your average romance manga. Though it is deja vu if you've read a lot in this genre, but the seems more original than most short story mangas, if you really look into it. The art was really good, it wasn't too flashy and it wasn't too plain. The characters' appearances matched their personalities and the development between them seemed balanced. The only flaw about it is that it's very predictable, you could tell what would happen next. Other than that, I recommend reading it. Even though it's really read more
Dec 8, 2014
I can understand where everyone is coming from when they write a review about this manga. I wouldn't call it terrible, it's just tasteless. The art was good and the story was decent, but what got me was the characters.
I wasn't too impressed to be honest. The characters kind of annoyed me. Every single character in this manga, especially the heroine.
I think that is what everyone can agree on. The story would've been been better if the characters were better. But don't get me wrong, I'm not saying this story is the worst manga ever made in history (To some people it might be). read more
Nov 28, 2011
Though my reviews usually suck, I really had to write a review for this manga. This manga really moves at a fast pace. Development grows too quickly between the characters. I don't think that there was a main plot to this manga to start with. Even though my opinion doesn't matter, what matters is what you, as the reader, think about the manga.

To start:
The story like I said earlier, moves at a fast pace and it takes so less time to figure out what's going on. The art I thought was really nice, it wasn't all over the top, but the detail was very outstanding. read more
Aug 10, 2011
Another famous hit by Rumiko Takahashi!
Her work never ceases to amazes me. Even though there wasn't really a main plot, it's still deserves appreciation. Work like this can never be forgotten in this world.
Ranma 1/2 is basically about a young teenage boy who was cursed by falling in cursed Chinese springs. By that he changes into a girl when splashed with cold water and back to a man with hot water. It's a hilarious process to watch him go back and forth between genders. He runs in to a lot of obsticals trying to become full male again, like being desired by females (and read more
Jun 20, 2011
When I'm looking for something to read, I always look at the reviews.
The reviews I've read so far about this story, weren't really good.
I wanted to see if the manga was all that bad. I can't believe stuff without seeing it for myself... and yet another disappointment.

I really couldn't see the point was in reading this anymore.

There actually was no original plot or story. All there was, was two people who fall in love, take away each others virginity after a few days of meeting, a friend gets hurt etc..
The only thing I like about the story is the art. Even though read more
Jun 20, 2011
This was one of the best one series manga I ever read. It doesn't bore you and it could keep you laughing if you love to laugh.

I loved the plot, it wasn't hard to understand at all.. it's just this one sentence. 'A manly girl whose looking for a guy more manly than her.'
To me, it seemed like that, but there's actually a lot more to it than that.

I give the plot an 8: it didn't screw around everywhere and it wasn't too deep in the ditch. Something that would help keep time passing by and to keep your spirits up.

The art definitely deserves a read more
Jun 17, 2011
Rockin' Heaven was a really good book to read, but it isn't one of the best.
It was like any other ordinary shoujo manga, cause you know what's going to happen next. I'm not saying that's bad, to me it's kind of a good thing to know what's going on instead of not understanding it.

I give the story an 8: wasn't complicated to understand and it's easy to follow after a few pages. It had a clean plot and it didn't mess around and go in other directions.

The art, I give a 10: the drawing was neat and clean. Not all over the place and the read more
May 16, 2011
From a series similar to Inuyasha, I grew very quite fond with this series. Not only it took place in feudal Japan, it also took up great shape with the genre. Not too much romance, but action and humor will come out to play. All the characters hold their own personality and each has an important place in the story.
Rurouni Kenshin is not the type to bore your mind, it will want you to keep reading more and more after every chapter. All the action and excitement will keep you wondering what will happen next.
The plot of the story is somewhat similar to Inuyasha's read more
May 10, 2011
For my personal opinion, this was a really enjoyable manhua; I had fun reading it.
It starts out kinda slow and it shoots off into the air as it progresses. The story has a significant plot to it. It can show how starting a dream doesn't go on smoothly to the top. That there will be a lot of roadblocks and bumpy roads to the finish line. Falling in love won't be easy either. This manhua has slice of life, humor, and romance all jumbled up together to make one great story. Sometimes there will be cliffhangers that leave you hanging until the next volume.
It's endless read more
Apr 21, 2011
Lol, a comedy with a confusing story line.
It's not one of the best stories I've read, but it isn't all that bad either. It's just... weird. A little too weird to be exact, but I still like it. Yeah pretty much all the guys are more stupid than the ones I go to school with and are more bad a@# (I don't cuss).
They all would look a lot better if they weren't cats most of the time, hehe.
But anyways, it's more of a comedy type story than a comedy/romance. The art is good (other than the cat expressions), and the story line needs a read more