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Seiji Sawamura is the toughest seventeen-year-old in town, feared by all for his fighting prowess and his deadly "devil's right hand." But at heart, Seiji is a softy, and all he wants is an end to his seventeen-year history of being a lonely single guy. Unfortunately his tough-guy reputation only serves to decrease his popularity with the ladies. But what happens when one day, his right hand becomes a girl?!
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Great story and art, I am a fan of this author and love his humor in his work. I recommend this to anyone that likes love comedies stories.
... Last updated on February 15th, 2008, 2:37am
again and again
this is so freakin great, considering i really don't say that about a lot of manga, the idea of midori on seiji's hand is really original, and the story doesn't drag on at all. most mangas might start out with good ideas and turn to complete crap( i.e naruto, bleach, inuyasha, ranma1/2) but this has a really good ending and a REALLY REALLY good story and plot
A simple, light-hearted story. Original, absurd and damn straight hilarious things happen. This series is one which guys and girls can enjoy alike. Not a lot of lovey-dovey romances (since the main character is... your average misunderstood teenaged guy).
The artwork is nicely done and suits the story very well.
Give it a read and see what you think of it.
One of a kind
What I like about this story was it's uniqueness. Guy has a girl for his right hand one morning. When does that ever happen? The character development for the story is very very smooth. The characters change at such a realistic pace and reason that you don't realize they changed. What's more, is a twist in the end. I've read this over a dozen times, and it's still good
Funny in a stupid sort of way.
I don't often read this type of manga (I'm 27 and read mostly seinen type stuff), but I happened to catch the anime on a Animax (local cable anime channel), and thought it was funny.
I then stumbled upon the manga on one of the 'online viewing' sites. It's much better. The anime only features 20 odd chapters from mostly the earlier volumes, so there was much more laughing to be had. It's a light read for those times I don't wanna get mind-f**ked from the psychological/mature stuff I usually read.
One of the funniest romance/comedy I have ever read... Well, I usually love the works of this author, because they are light and fun and always original.
A good romantic comedy
A one of a kind situation to start off a story that isnt too drawn out (like many romantic comedies tend to be).
The comedy is always in good taste and always enough to make you smile. But not so much as to overshadow importance of the actual storyline.
One of the funniest, loveliest stories I have ever read! It had me moved to tears at the ending. A definite must read ^_^ The comedy was brilliant. I had me laughing out loud every chapter. The artwork was beautiful. Especially the masculine images of Sawamura when he's posing. It's just funny. And the pictures of Midori are just too cute. The romance is just... the best. Just the best.
I totally love the sense of humor of this author,Inoue Kazurou, his mangas are the funniest I read so far.
... Last updated on December 1st, 2007, 4:43am
Really good romance, comedy
I really enjoyed this manga. The romance could have been a little bit better in some of the volumes, but the ending chapters sure make up for that (definitely got me a little watery eyed). And, wow, his manga scores big in the character development and especially the comedy department; it's the first manga I've read that has resulted in tears running down my face from laughing so hard. I was also very satisfied with the ending. It's one of those stories that leaves one with a comfortable, satiated feeling throughout and afterwards (which was a big relief after the tragic Tsukihime and Evangelion).
The only reason this isn't a strict 10 is because I would have really liked to see more of their relationship after they expressed their feelings to each other. I would would have much preferred it if maybe even a volume worth of chapters were replaced with a focus on this (even though all of the chapters were good). Some may find the protagonist's personality a bit frustrating at times, but his stoic nature is a key element of the story, so I was not bothered by this much.
Also, if you're worried about this being some perverted manga about a guy who exploits a girl attached to his hand, this is nothing like that at all. There is no sex of any form, whatsoever, which is even disappointing to a certain extent considering it's nice to see a little bit of this in romance/comedy stories.
I would recommend this to anyone, and I would like to thank INOUE Kazurou (the author) for entertaining me.