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From Viz: Hime Kino's dream is to one day perform voice acting like her hero, Sakura Aoyama, from the Lovely Blazer anime. So getting accepted to the prestigious Hiragi Academy's voice actor department is the first step in the right direction! But on her first day of class she meets Sakura's grouchy son, Senri, who tells Hime that her voice is awful and Lovely Blazers is stupid. Hime will not let that stand unchallenged. She'll show everyone that she IS a voice-acting princess, whether they like it or not!!
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This series had so much potential.... I howled with laughter almost every chapter, and the cuteness of the whole situation had me squealing for more...
The characters were also adorably lovable....
until..... the manga fell flat with that very very DISAPPOING ENDING
but.... other than that the manga was a BLAST.
a little disappointed
I liked this manga for its theme. But there are still a lot of flaws. The fast ending is leaving a lot of questions unanswered and I feel sad because I really liked this manga. Misaki's feelings, the why she was choosen in the school even though she has such a voice, how after only 3 jobs she can get successfully such a big role... It is a shame. But it's still a nice read and a 100% shojo with all the clichés that comes with it. But if I didn't like it, I wouldn't have started it right?
Has it's charm
This manga is not bad or good (I basically read it for the cross dressing)...up till to the end at least, then it gets incredibly rushed and peters off to an unsatisfying climax. I'm sure that it was probably because the mangaka/their editors/the magazine wanted to end it for whatever reason and not because the mangaka couldn't make a better ending. Or maybe they can't end things? I haven't read Special A in years so I don't remember the end that well. Anyway don't go in expecting a masterpiece, but I read all 70 chapters so it has something going for it, except that end, bleh.
um ok lets see .. for some reason im drawing a blank on the plot and everything soo i'll try
the characters are very well developed i love the development
some back storys are kinda out of the blue and im like "what triggered this??" (probably just me ) but i understand we you gotta tell us why this person is like this one way or another
unfortunately i felt nothing for when it ended .. i felt it needed 1 or 2 more chapters to tie everything up ,like seriously ?
cliched yes , repetitive yes but you wont notice i swear i really wish they built up to the ending
but for some reason this left me feeling empty i didn't have much emotion for the ending .. '_____' its forgettable to me.. but i really did enjoy this and had fun every page i read
... Last updated on September 30th, 2013, 5:16pm
I don't get it??
what am i missing?? this is bad just bad. it started off typical and just got worse. i can deal with the cliches but it seems like every cliche imaginable has been piled in this manga. Dumb heroine, who can't seem to do anything right, constantly abused or degraded by just about every character. Especially by the male lead, who is, of course, the best at everything whom she decides to make her rival after a few scathing comments from him. He says maybe a handful of kind sentences to her throughout the manga but she starts to like him for god knows what reason when there's a guy by her side whose perfect for her whom, you guessed it, she doesn't notice outside of friendship.
It's repetitive to the extreme. She f*cks up, get depressed, motivates herself and finds a way to fix her mistakes. nothing wrong with that but it happens like every time she gets ready to do a new project. this formula happen like 5 times or more by chapter 35 after which i just dropped it.
And it was funny in the beginning but after a few chapters the over the top reactions of the characters got old pretty quick. Especially since it seemed to be the same situation over an over again. After a while, it stopped being funny and just became irritating. maybe the ones who gave this a high rating saw something i didn't.
are you KIDDING me...
i LOVED this series at first.. and i still would if it didn't have such an axed ending. everything was left totally unsatisfied. the mangaka could've expanded more on yamada's past... and hime's friends from school, as well. but she kinda just ended it halfway. the whole thing with mizuki, too that was just over and done with so quickly. this manga could've been like 5 more volumes, easily..... the ending doesn't seem like an ending AT ALL. only one thing had a closure and everything else was kind of out in the open T_____T THERE WAS SO MUCH POTENTIAL FOR THIS MANGA AND IT JUST MAKES ME SAD TO SEE THAT THE MANGAKA JUST GAVE UP D:
When I started this series with the first page, I thought I had seen this kind of drawing somewhere. And then I found out that this mangaka was the one who created Special A, the manga that I hate so much. But still I gave this manga a try and I definitely have no regreat with my decision.
It took quite long - 2 volumns - for this manga to get pass the opening to the main plot. This is what makes this manga quite unpredictable and thus different from other cliche shoujo.
The characters are well-developed,
The art is fine though I sometimes found it hard to tell Mizuki and Senri a part because of the similarity of their hairstyles
The ending is quite disappointing. I expect a kiss or at least a hug :-<
All in all, I think this series is a nice read and worths a try
Super great story. It's funny has likeable characters and is very lighthearted and wonderful.... until the stupid ending. Gosh I'm so disappointed by it. It came so fast and it was so unsatisfying!!! Ugh I'm gonna read something else to fill the void.
It's obvious that I'm not the target audience but it really shouldn't have been that bad. Every character feels paper thin and retardedly so. Kino has no voice training but somehow the principal interviewed her and noticed her masculine voice. So what happens you ask... she earns a stupid nickname, drops to the bottom of her class, meets the eccentrics there, somehow gets into a match against two famous upperclassmen, butchers two roles while excelling at another, and then has everyone running to meet her.
Some people see this as a diamond, I see this as a pile of ****. Maybe you'll see what I so obviously missed.
Edit: Didn't rate this on the account that I barely made it through the first chapter and the second didn't help.
... Last updated on December 28th, 2012, 9:52pm
If there was more than 1-10 - it would be infinite
So 10 will have to do. I like how the characters are developed, and the plot moves at a nice pace. So when I reached the end of chapter 67; I was quite disappointed. More so, what caught my mind was the relationship between mother and elder daughter. It has a lot of potential... I'm also wondering if the mother will EVER be proud of her eldest daughter. ):
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
When it revealed that the little sister was going to be on a movie I was like, "Woah..." And the part where the guy - I forgot his name...was it the director or Senri... - anyways, it was like her disappointment was tangible.