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Love*Com, Volume 15
     

Love*Com, Volume 15

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by Aya Nakahara
 

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Love Matters, Not Size; The Long and the Short of First Love; They put the Comedy back in Complex R to L (Japanese Style). When Risa and Ôtani are invited to Mighty and Jody's wedding on a tropical island--all expenses paid--the world couldn't seem sunnier! But when they arrive with the gang, Risa and Ôtani discover they're expected to share a room. Will the

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Love Matters, Not Size; The Long and the Short of First Love; They put the Comedy back in Complex R to L (Japanese Style). When Risa and Ôtani are invited to Mighty and Jody's wedding on a tropical island--all expenses paid--the world couldn't seem sunnier! But when they arrive with the gang, Risa and Ôtani discover they're expected to share a room. Will the stress of the uncomfortable situation cast clouds on the festivities? Risa Koizumi is the tallest girl in class, and the last thing she wants is the humiliation of standing next to Atsushi Ôtani, the shortest guy. Fate and the whole school have other ideas, and the two find themselves cast as the unwilling stars of a bizarre romantic comedy duo.

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Library Journal

In this winning shojo manga, despite the aggravated barbs that Risa Koizumi (tallest girl in her high school class) always traded with Atsushi Otani (shortest boy in same), somehow Risa fell in love with him (see the review of Vol. 4, LJ5/15/08). Eventually, despite deep embarrassment at showing his feelings, Otani returned her love, and their relationship has emerged from trials stronger and more secure. With that major point resolved, Nakahara has begun to make changes to keep the series thriving. Here, she turns the spotlight onto the appealing supporting cast, as Risa's best friend Nobu must decide whether to move to Hokkaido to help her ailing grandmother or stay in Osaka with her boyfriend Nakao. But a larger change has the cast about to graduate and thinking about the future. Despite his uniformly poor grades, Atsushi is determined to attend college and crams hard for entrance exams. Risa, who has equally poor marks, is clueless about what to do with her life besides be with Otani. With cute-but-not-cutesy artwork and laugh-out-loud comedy leavening its sentimentality, this is one teen girls' romance that can appeal to boys and adults as well; strongly recommended.
—Steve Raiteri

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421523736
Publisher:
VIZ Media LLC
Publication date:
11/03/2009
Series:
Love Com Series , #15
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
608,715
Product dimensions:
7.42(w) x 5.14(h) x 0.59(d)
Age Range:
14 - 17 Years

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Aya Nakahara won the 2004 Shogakukan Manga Award for her breakthrough hit Love*Com, which was made into a major motion picture and a PS2 game in 2006. She debuted with Haru to Kuuki to Nichiyou bi, and her other work is Himitsu kichi.

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Love*Com, Volume 15 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Well this one was good and awkward but oh so good with its funny moments of course.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago