やじろべえ 1

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  • Title: やじろべえ 1
  • Author: Aiji Yamakawa
  • ISBN: 9784088466491
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This is an interesting series, and I will finish this, as it is only 2 volumes. Not sure when I will be reading the second volume though, but I am thinking it will be soon. The manga is about a daughter and a father living together after the mother passed away when the daughter was still little. Now she is 15/16 and she is looking more and more like her mom, which causes for some confusion or some tears with the father who suddenly remembers the love of his life. The manga is mostly from the POV [...]

    2. Aún con una sinopsis más que interesante, a este primer tomo le cuesta arrancar y marcar bien el camino. No obstante, tiene unos personajes muy atractivos y un dibujo que invitan a la lectura de su segundo -y último- volumen.

    3. Finally I've gotten to finishing this title. After a hard time reading the first two chapters, I'm quite surprised I really enjoyed reading the rest of the chapters. I think the one thing which puts me down at first is the fact that Seiji, the supposed to be 30-ish father figure, is drawn/looks just like (at most) an early 20s college student, living with a daughter, Haru, of his late older wife. Together, Seiji and Haru looks much like a brother and sister. This manga also acknowledges that the [...]

    4. I don't really know what to make out of this manga, except that it is trying to talk about the relationship Haru has with the world, rather then just her step-dad Seiji. I feel that it is trying to show the growing and maturity of Haru as she comes to grip what is true and happening to her world. Up to now, she has been fairly dependant on her mother and step-dad. But everyone has to grow up don't they? And to jump start this realization, it starts with getting almost evicted from her apartment. [...]

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