Hands Off!, Vol. 2

Hands Off!, Vol. 2

by Kasane Katsumoto

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Overview

Kotarou is totally stoked that the basketball season has started and he can now fulfill his high school hoop dreams. While polishing his technique for his man-to-man defense, thing slook even brighter when he meets Mio, a babe-alicious upperclassman who has an eye for Kotarou. Unfortunately, another new girl also arrives on the scene: Chiba, a femme fatale with a eye for protecting Mio. With trouble stirring all around, Tatsuki and Yuuto must use their ESP to make sure there is no foul play!

Known throughout the manga world, veteran manga-ka Kasane Katsumoto has delivered a close-to-home fantasy filled with action and intrigue. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781421582078
Publisher: VIZ Media
Publication date: 01/27/2015
Series: Hands Off! , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 177
File size: 121 MB
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Hands Off!, Volume 2 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Jenson_AKA_DL on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Although it has been a while since I read volume one, at least long enough to basically forget almost everything, the brief little blurb at the start of the manga caught me up. It is so nice when they do that! In this volume Kotarou comes into his own as the smallest, cutest and most aggressive basketball player at his new school. His appearance has the added benefit of garnering him the attention of second year hottie, Mio. There's one problem, Mio comes with a bit of baggage in the form of a homicidal ex-boyfriend and an over-possessive best friend. When the ex decides to take Kotarou out permanently Tatsuki's protective post-cog instincts kick in and he's off to save his little cousin's hide, or die trying.The dynamics of the relationships between the characters in this manga are very interesting. Tatsuki waivers between a desperate aversion to being around Kotarou due to the amplification of his despised psychic abilities close proximinity brings, while at the same time wishing they could go back to the closeness they had as children. I liked Mio as a female addition to the previously all male cast and Yuuto offers very intuitive perspectives with his aura peeking. A very enjoyable teen comedy/drama manga with a supernatural twist!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoy reading Hands Off I have read all of them. It¿s cute, simple and it has its funny moments. That's all that needs to be said about this monga.
Guest More than 1 year ago
...this is my first time writing a review...lets see...hands off is a very nice series although tokyopop screwed the original cover (sorry ^^)its about a lid named kotarou who has this wierd kind of esp which gives other people esp (confusing i know) he has this cousin who katarou thinks hates him. the cousin tatsuki actually in my opinion loves him in this untouchable sort of way....you'll find out when u read. lotarou also has a friends named yuuto who has esp like tatsuki (lotarou gave tatsuki his esp and that is why tatsuki 'hates' him.)tatsuki's esp is to see the past. yuuto's is to read people's emotions, or aura. hands off is a really enjoyable series despite its cover.try!^^ the story line is very funny so that cancels out with the bad graphics( the graphics don't suck but they're not the best either...)