Kamisama Kazoku, Volume 1

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Samatarou has it all: a loving family, two adorable sisters, a great best friend, and even a guardian angel! It's always clear-sailing, never a cloud in the sky... but that's just what happens when you're the son of a god!
Poor Samatarou is bored to tears, since his loving mother and father always use their powers to make everything easy for him... but can he make it on his own when he finally tells them to back off?
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Overview

Samatarou has it all: a loving family, two adorable sisters, a great best friend, and even a guardian angel! It's always clear-sailing, never a cloud in the sky... but that's just what happens when you're the son of a god!
Poor Samatarou is bored to tears, since his loving mother and father always use their powers to make everything easy for him... but can he make it on his own when he finally tells them to back off?
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KLIATT - George Galuschak
It's not easy being the son of god. Samataro Kamiyama has been spoiled by his doting parents since he was a kid; they are constantly using miracles to fix things for him. To make matters worse, his guardian angel Tenko is always telling him what he can and can't do. Tenko and Samataro have been inseparable since kindergarten, because living amongst the humans is part of Samataro's training to be god. When Samataro meets Kumiko Komori, the new transfer student, he falls for her. When Komori professes her love for him and starts tearing her clothes off, Samataro suspects that something's up. He's right; it's daddy, fixing things again. Samataro tells his family to lay off—he will win Kumiko's heart himself. Tenko is upset by this development and can't figure out why. It's not like she has feelings for Samataro herself; of course she doesn't. Kamisama Kazoku is a romantic comedy manga. Its intended audience is teenage boys, who will enjoy the female pulchritude. This manga is well made: the art clearly conveys what is happening and most of the jokes translate. The storyline is light and amusing, with lots of bawdy humor thrown in. The art focuses on the features of the characters, who are all attractive and spend most of the time half (or not) dressed. Kamisama Kazoku contains mild vulgarities (ass), bawdy humor and lots of skin (but no exposed breasts or genitals). Recommended for graphic novel collections where manga for teen boys is popular. Reviewer: George Galuschak
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933617992
  • Publisher: Go! Comi
  • Publication date: 5/14/2008
  • Series: Kamisama Kazoku , #1
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 4.90 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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