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From Solaris: After spending half a year abroad, Kinosaki Yuichiro is in for a shocking homecoming when he discovers that his inventor/scientist father has given his 3 dogs the appearance and abilities of girls. Now he is in for a ton of grief as he tries to cope with these changes.
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Yeah it's fine I guess
This was an alright manga, the art was nice and the characters were pleasant enough. However it really doesn't have much to offer besides being cute. There's not much plot to speak of at all and there's no drama either so after 19 chapters I felt like not much had actually happened. It's fine if you like lighthearted fun but there's really not much depth
The story plot is decent. (remind me of inukami.) However, the story and character development didn't flow too smoothly. (There are still a few heart touching moment tho.) Art is above average. (judging from the year, its drawn) The ecchi and comedy didn't match well as expected. (few scenes are funny.)
Overall, good past-time manga.
... Last updated on October 9th, 2010, 1:37pm
Cute, funny, even, lets say, fuzzy. Master & pets relation. Can be mistaken for harem or romance, but it is not, they different species. So no lead female etc nonsense. Master and his girls are all quite nice guys.
... Last updated on June 27th, 2010, 4:36pm
In my honest opinion, the storyline, plot, character development, ect. was simply average. I happily finished it non-the-less. I think this had potential to become a longer series though, In actuality it probably would have gotten better. Therefore I strongly stand by my rating.
Good comedy/echhi manga
I enjoyed reading this manga alot, even with the copious ammounts of echhi, but put it on a hiatus 2 chapters before it ended in fear that it would end up having a terrible ending. Amazingly, the manga managed to keep the manga interesting even when the author stopped making echhi to make room for a conclusion.
Great manga, it would probably be an instant classic if it focused a bit more on the story, instead of throwing in fanservice where it's not needed.
... Last updated on May 12th, 2009, 10:50pm
To my surprise, It is quite good. The art is very decent and fits well with the setting.The ecchi is not forced and you won't mind it even if you don't like or don't care. It's kind of strange at first and some things are hard to accept but you will get used to it in the first chaps even if you are not used to japan's weird culture or if you are not a weirdo who likes furry. It's a good entertaining comedy that gives you that feel good feeling when you read it. And even though it is more of a shounen, you can read it without feeling like a 15 years old teenager allover again, unlike other harems like suzuka and ichigo 100%. Maybe that is why it's under seinen genre?
Well, it is a good read. Try it.
... Last updated on May 4th, 2009, 3:36am
Everyone's already said it all...
So let me just add that this was worth the read. It wasn't what I was expecting, which was okay. A good light read. The dogs were adorable as well.
Plain but decent
Well, this is basically your standard eechi manga with dogs turning into girls. I have to admit that i started this with good expectations but i was let down in the end. But i have to also admit that the art is good, and the charaters arn't half bad.
So basically it's a short decent manga that's good enough to kill time.
... Last updated on March 5th, 2009, 8:40am
A personal favorite
This was one of the first manga I started reading when I first got into the hobby, and it's stayed a favorite of mine all the way up until the end.
There's nothing really groundbreaking about the series: the plot isn't all that uncommon, the characters are fairly stereotypical and the ending, while good, doesn't really give you that conclusive feeling that you might prefer.
But for all that, the artwork is excellent, the characters charming, and it left me with a smile each and every time I read it. And like I said, although I would have preferred an ending that wasn't quite so open-ended, there's nothing fundamentally wrong with it and it fits in nicely with the rest of the story.
If there's anything I would change, it would have to be to have expanded this out by another volume or two. While it never really felt rushed, there was just so much more that could have been said, whether it be exploring the characters a little more in depth, or spending more time on the love triangle between Elga, Yuichiro, and Kusonoki.
Those small criticisms aside, this is a fantastic manga that fans of the genre really owe it to themselves to check out. It's a short, but very, very enjoyable read.
I'm glad I read it. The ending came to an end quiet well, compare to other mangas. You also get the feeling that they could of been more to this story because the way they ended it.