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Kazama Masamune - a single 23-year-old man... has a child? During the season of cherry blossoms, his beloved passes away. He happens to meet a little girl outside work and realizes she is his daughter who was raised in secrecy by his lover. The worst spring of his life is transformed into a painful yet vivid spring.
Моя девочка マイガール (佐原 ミズ) 我的乖乖女 รักเกินร้อย เจ้าหญิงน้อยของผม Cô gái của tôi MY GIRL~我的乖乖女~
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I have a tendency to separate mangas between two categories : thos who have "it",that little something, and those who don't. And this one definitely does have it. The artwork is great, the story is great too, the pace is very good, but most of all... It has AMAZING characters. They just feel... real. Every single one of them. also the girl is fantastic, seriously I wish I could have a daughter like that, and the father is, well, fatherish. But I also get teary every few chapters since the story is touching. So I give it a 10 by a wide margin. It is definitely in my top 5-6 mangas.
Honestly, one of my favorite manga. Tragic, but heartwarming. The art is wonderful, though a bit awkward at some points.
I love Shuu and Koharu together. <3
The art is perfect for this story, the atmosphere and plot are amazing. The interactions among the characters are really believable, and it's good. I would recommend this for those who don't want to read about sports and love triangles. It's a good breather from typical manga. It's plain good.
... Last updated on December 19th, 2012, 9:57am
It's very rare for me to give over a "10" rating without even thinking about it, but this manga deserves such a rating and then some. Sahara Mizu is doing an excellent job so far with "My Girl." This story flows well and the characters have so much depth and are very believable. This is probably the first time that I've ever read anything concerning the ups and downs of single parenting from a father's perspective, too.
... Last updated on December 17th, 2009, 8:19am
love this makes me think about the girls i done it with on vacation over the last 7 years an if any of them got pregnant. i really love story lines like this an wish their was more
Decided to comment on this one today.
Sweet, sad, hopeful... Perfect for me. Those are the the words that come to mind when I read this. I love Sahara Mizu's art and melancholic story telling style, and I enjoy this child/parent relationship a lot. Not many manga can, or deal with family type manga. But Sahara Mizu does an excellent job portraying this bittersweet manga relationship with her words and drawings.
... Last updated on March 21st, 2009, 12:21pm
another hit from my favorite mangaka
Sad, endearing, bittersweet and touching.... blah blah, it's just REALLY good, I recommend it to anyone looking for something different to read. This is a manga that will make your heart ache (in a good way) and maybe make you tear up a little. Even though it says seinen, I'd say it's suitable for shoujo fans and josei fans. And of course the art just completely blows you away, as expected from Sahara Mizu/Yumeka Sumomo.
A little bit of everything.
My Girl is a nice one to read for a few reasons. It has solid art, is melodramatic but not contrived, and some of it is a bit heartwarming. It's both fun and touching, my only real complaint is that occasionally some of the scenes tend to drag, which can induce some boredom, but overall it's worth the read.
It's worth taking your a bit of your time to read this manga.
I cannot complain nor say anything bad about this manga. It's plot, art and development are simply astounding. I also cried in a few chapters of this manga, because it's simply too touching. And you can clearly see that its not a tragedy or sappy manga because it contains some comic relief. You can also learn about life through it. I really recommend it. I'm even waiting for it to be released in the US so I can buy it, and I'm not saying it just because I love Sahara's manga, although that contributed to me reading this manga. <3
4 chapters in, and I've already cried. Twice... <.< It might be because I also teach a kindergarten class, but this manga really touches me.