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From Viz: Leo Aoi looks like a crazy animal with wild eyes, and he goes berserk whenever he feels threatened and sees blood. That doesn't stop animal-lover Yuiko Kubozuka from befriending him, however. In fact, Yuiko is the only person Leo will listen to when he has one of his violent fits...
Includes Extra Stories: Fly Cactus Summer Surprise
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One of those random mangas I picked out of a listing and it turned out to be pretty good. Funny, touching, cute, a bit sad, and overall enjoyable. I like the characters, especially Yuiko, she was brilliant. Leo was also naively adorable and that made him truly likable too. A short, nicely-paced read. Wish it was a little longer, if only because I want to see what it's like for them to go on dates and such. But, besides my wants, it was great.
Funny and touching
This was so, so cute! I regret putting this on hold for so long just because Motomi Kyousuke's art isn't really my style, because this is a really adorable and compelling story that never forgets to balance it out with hilarious moments. For something that lasted a mere 7 chapters, Yuiko and Leo's story is remarkably well-developed. I'm particularly fond of Leo and wish there are more male protagonists like him - he's honest, extremely affectionate and would do anything for Yuiko. It's a great offset for the "cold, rude jerk with a heart of gold" type that permeates shoujo manga.
Special mention also goes to the oneshot in Volume 02, "Cactus Summer Surprise," which was definitely a pleasant surprise. Its light-hearted synopsis (I mean, the hero gets stuck in the form of a cactus!) hides what was a really touching story.
... Last updated on April 23rd, 2013, 4:23am
I am never EVER going to forget this manga. Sure, I forget titles, but I don't think I'll even forget the name of this book. I wish it was longer, and that's a good thing, and the plot and characters touch my heart.
This was recommended to me and i read it. I thought it was so good that i read it over and over again. The romance was really cute and the main characters were too. It wasn't too outrageous and the plot was better than i thought.
One Of My Faves...
Even if I've read many more mangas better than this, this will remain one of my favorites and top shoujo mangas. I can't get tired of reading it over and over again whenever I feel like loosing faith in the genre.
Sweet and beautiful, this will always be a ten for me. I would give it a higher number if I could. It isn't just hype and even though I wish it would go on forever, I was still satisfied on so many levels even at the shortness of it.
So CUTE! The main guy is so adorably naive. Says things that is so extremely romantic without even knowing it, haha!! It was light-hearted, so I enjoyed it a lot!
... Last updated on May 1st, 2012, 12:40pm
the story is cliche, the characters are one dimensional, the art is flat, but they are strung together in the most cutest funniest way that all didn't matter. you just feel happy reading this because they are full with sunny good people. the extra stories are also great, especially the cactus story, thats weird but fine! a good read.
... Last updated on December 22nd, 2011, 5:44am
So far it's great
So far it's great. I don't know much about things like this but I do love reading manga comics. In my opinion it's great. Beast Master needs to be published already. I've been waiting for months for it. I've also been reading Dengeki Daisy so I understand why the third Beast Master hasn't been published. I love both series, Beast Master and Dengeki Daisy, and am awaiting the new books!
Okay so yeah you're not going much character development or depth plot wise when read this (after all it is only 2 volumes). But you will get a lot of adorableness and a huge smile out of it. This manga is one you read when you need a pick-me-up. And just for being that I gave it a 10.
Oh plus to artwork is great
Not deserving of hype
The overall story spans less than 2 volumes... so obviously that leaves little time for worth-while character development. However, even given so little time, Motomi-sensei uses her time well in creating a compelling story. Quite a few "Doki-Doki" moments and would've been much better if given more time to fully pursue different facets of the story.