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Beings who possess animal-like powers walk among humans in this alternate universe. These mysterious mutants, the +Anima, are shunned by society. Four outcasts in particular--Cooro, a boy with crow-like powers; Husky, a fish-boy; Senri, a bear +Anima; and a girl named Nana, who wields the power of the bat--search for others like themselves while trying to gain acceptance in a world cruel to anyone or anything that is different.
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A mature manga that is so freaking cute i cried
This manga is really fluffy, and the plot is probably blurred for many. But for some odd reason I fell in love with these cute little characters, especially Cooro. There was a sad undertone throughout the series that kept me absorbed in the manga, and at the end I cried because it was just so melancholy and cute at the same time.
Strangely enough, it was also pretty realistic in terms of character interaction and their troubles. Loved it.
... Last updated on December 23rd, 2014, 5:58pm
Fluffy With Dark Undertones
Loved reading this story. It has such creativity, cute characters who struggle to find their places in a world that is relatively harsh on these children, and beautiful artwork to boot! The story is wonderfully executed and sets up so nicely for a non-existent continuation that to this day I wish would be made!
This was one of the first series I bought and I'm so glad I was able to find all of the volumes. Such a heartwarming story that I can't praise enough.
Lighthearted and heavy at the same time. I really enjoyed the story and characters. I felt that the pacing matched the mood and style of the story. Will probably pick up to read again!
This manga is about four kids with animal-like powers traveling from town to town experiencing life and the treatment of their kind. The ending is a bit rushed and confusing, leaving the reader puzzled on some issues. But they are not relevant to the overall story.
Note: Whitespades review is somewhat misleading, one would think this contains pedophilia, which it does not.
i had read it halfway before. i dropped it because im quite uncomfortable with certain subject such as slavery and pedophilia, but now i had went through hundreds of other manga and become quite jaded, i found that i can enjoy this. a nice, cute read where the harshest of conditions treated with a smile.
update: at last i manage to finish this manga. what the...the ending with fly is unexpected and a bit creepy. i dont understand the last chapter much. however overall this manga is quite good. theres no grand plot or super villain, but their adventure is certainly cute and painful at the same time. really, for a manga populated with kids, somehow it come across as quietly mature.
... Last updated on December 25th, 2011, 1:18pm
Very cute and definitely worth reading the characters (especially Cooro and Husky) are adorable but their stories are so tragic you must read it
First, a quick comment- it's a shounen manga, check the serialization (though at the time I type this the label is correct.)
Anyway, this is another solid uplifting adventure story. It's clearly meant to be an exercise in escapism, but the storytelling is reasonably compelling, and the fantastical environment is infused with just enough drama to keep it interesting and not lose the effect. A great read for a lazy Sunday morning or rainy afternoon.
Little childish. The story and stuff are pretty nice, just little boring. The art is nice to. if u like cute kids and stuff.
There isn't so much of a plot in this manga, but the fun loving characters and short little stories make this a nice read when you want to avoid the more complex and darker stories out there. Plus I love the art!
The characters are fun and the art is quite good. There isn't much of a plotline (from what I've seen), but the cute stories about the main characters are nevertheless enjoyable to read.