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Life's not easy when you're living in the shadow of your famous parents. Can shy Yura, the daughter of an award-winning composer and a world-renowned actress, find the courage to step out on her own now that her super-celebrity parents are getting divorced?
ハニーハント Đi Tìm Yêu Thương 猎梦甜心 Honey Hunt 猎梦甜心 Love Lesson 1
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*sigh* Aerandria = must test out ... >>" I dropped this series, for a few reasons... first, it was beginning to twist and turn into another version of Hot Gimmick. Second, it was way too speedy with QT and Yura (check later chapters...probably 17-20?) and last, was probably because it was dropped by the group...
Even though I just started reading this series this whole story could of being took en to a whole different direction if wanted. This could of possibly became a mature senien, the girl could of killed her mother, and the guy, stuff like that could of happened. First time I read a pop culture oriented shoujo series and would have to say it's an ok series
Edit: luckily another group picked up this series
... Last updated on February 7th, 2009, 5:10pm
STFU about skip beat :P
It got really really annoying.
but yeah, it's a really good manga. And it is really totally different. Although I love like, popculture mangas as well, like, anything about getting all rich and famous, it makes me happy. and the ones that end with pop too. anyways.
Like, it is. Because it's just about like, being a teenager only she does not have like, any self confidence and there's like, it's a lot more subtle and deep, y'know? like, she's living in her mother's shadows and she knows and it her life is totally getting ruined and she wants to dig out of it.
Nice Plot, and Nice Art.
I love this manga, sweet and cute. i cant wait to find out what happens! i also love how it develops the characters. its a great read, and im gearing for Q-ta's brother. check it out and order the books!. X
Like Skip Beat?
I just recently became a fan of Skip Beat and loved the acting aspect of it. When I read the description, I was really excited to read it. I also like the mangaka's previous work Hot Gimmick so I think this is going to be great.
It is a little similar to Skip Beat but the difference is the girl's character. In Skip Beat, the lead character is more tenacious and a go-getter. Honey Hunt's lead female is low on self-esteem.
Either way, I'd love to continue reading this manga.
Praying it doesn't end up like Hot Gimmick
I loved Yura by the end of chapter one- I felt her strength and her pain. Gave me shivers! The story is fast-paced and interesting. As for the two guys- I hope the manga will just stick with just those two guys instead of having even more guys go after her.
and people should stop comparing it to Skip Beat. I'm a huge Skip Beat fan too, but I can recognize that this is not a ripoff. There are many manga out there dealing with showbiz. And there aren't that many truly original plotlines out there- the most important thing is to take something reused and make it entertaining and fresh.
I had mentally rated this manga a 10 in the first chapter, but I'm giving it an 8. First off, I think she could have totally, in chapter 2, destroyed her parents' name and say some damaging things about her mother to the media- the reporters were like salivating for her to spill!- but she hesitated and let herself get whisked away. Maybe I'm just a more evil person than Yura. But then that would leave us with a different story. Secondly, though Yuka is stronger than a lot of shoujo heroines and is willing to improve herself, there is also something really submissive about her that irks me. I just hope that the mangaka doesn't screw her over by transforming her into an incarnation of Hot Gimmick's Hatsumi or screw over the story by turning it into a regular soap opera with betrayals and misunderstandings galore (and attempted rapes/assaults).
4/12/09 update: Yura is officially annoying. I'm revising my rating to a 4.
... Last updated on April 12th, 2009, 8:08pm
I discovered this manga not too long ago and fell in love. The plot itself seems a little farfetched and kind of silly but itís ridiculously addictive. Iím digginí the budding love-triangle between the two pop-star brothers and the main character. Iím looking forward to the drama that will ensue. Itís a shame that itís not going to be released until around April of next year in the states, though. I need more than just the 9 chapters of scanlations! However, Shojo Beat is serializing the series in their magazine so Iím looking forward to my new subscription ;D
... Last updated on September 28th, 2008, 1:26am
it too bad that it's licensed now but soo far it was really interesting the two brothers (i think, i haven't read in a while so i dont' really remember) are pretty interesting. kinda of like skip beat but i think the cause of her going into showbusiness is stronger. so far pretty good but i hate how the girl is soo weak...she totaly needs to toughen up or something
nots imiliar at all
I read thi sactually before Skip Beat! and I can say that the feeling of this one is far different than the feel of skip beat! Th eonly thing that's teh same is taht vengence thing but that's it~:')
Skip beat! > Honey hunt
It does kinda seem like skip beat... only not as interesting. It would be better if the heroine had more mailce... It seems really unrealistic the agent wanted to scout her even though he doesn't even know if she can act... Also that director guy had an ellimination round based on how the actresses ate udon?? Also when she draws black hair it looks like she shortcuts by just leaving areas un-inked.