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Q-ko-chan the Chikyuu Shinryaku Shoujo  
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From Del Rey:
In the near-future on planet Earth, a world gone mad where never-ending war is a fact of life, Kirio is the coolest kid at school. Up in the sky, a giant robot is fighting a fleet of gunships, but the brilliant and distant Kirio is far from fazed - until the battling 'bot makes an unexpected landing in Kirio's front yard and rings the bell. But the worst threat for Kirio could be what stands on the other side of the door: an alien invader robot with the face of an adorable girl!


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Associated Names
Q.ko-chan the Earth Invader Girl
Qko-chan THE Chikyu Shinryaku Shoujo

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Latest Release(s)

Status in Country of Origin
2 Volumes (Complete)

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Anime Start/End Chapter

User Reviews


User Rating
Average: 6 / 10.0 (36 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.43 / 10.0
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Last Updated
September 5th 2011, 10:02am PST



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Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Magazine Z (Kodansha)

Licensed (in English)

English Publisher
Del Rey (2 Volumes - Complete)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #954 increased(+376)
Monthly Pos #2411 increased(+190)
3 Month Pos #3531 increased(+1030)
6 Month Pos #6228 increased(+623)

List Stats
On 56 reading lists
On 92 wish lists
On 112 completed lists
On 8 unfinished lists
On 36 custom lists

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Power Puff Girls on Crack   
Rating: N/A
by HuhWhat
April 21st, 2006, 9:13pm
The art is a bit rough, and hard for me to describe. It doesn't look bad or anything... In fact, the characters actually look quite good, despite resembling and otherwise being nothing more than doodles. Yes, doodles. I can't think of a more half-assed way of explaining things. The character designs are overly simple, and look very reminiscent of an old episode of Dexter's Laboratory. Except with crack. You always have to have the crack, always.

If anyone has read Ueda Hajime's FLCL manga (I haven't.) then maybe they would be able to grasp a tiny semblance of meaning or sense behind all of the inane developments; but until a girl who can transform into an organic(?) robot allows me inside of her so that I may touch and sensuate her most delicate insides, I'll just go back to scratching my head.

But the most intriguing part of the whole deal is the paneling. It's as if the artist took a course of Funky Paneling 101. There are oftentimes huge empty spaces dividing frames. There is no actual set guidelines for the placement of the panels. Straight edge, rocky edge, or just plain thin lines that don't box up. There are some unique scenes where even with lines seperating panels, he'll continue to draw out of it. Maybe it's to show a ray of light or to set a particular mood for the scene. Whatever it is, his paneling is innovative, unique and surreal. This manga is the very definition of "out there" and I highly suggest for you all to pick it up just to "think outside the box".
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This is...   
Rating: 5.9 / 10.0
by Trimutius
September 5th, 2011, 10:01am
This manga is... confusing. And it looks like that not only I thought that it is... If you use imagination it is not so hard to feel in the gaps, but action of some characters are too strange...
And it ended... Well... Is it really the end?! o_O

... Last updated on September 5th, 2011, 10:05am
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Confusing as Hell   
Rating: N/A
by TofuQueen
August 7th, 2009, 12:25am
"Confusing as Hell" is about all I can say about this one. I spent more time trying to figure out what the heck was going on than anything else, and then the non-ending...erk...just not my kind of manga, I guess. (~_~)
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