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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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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.
This is typical of works by the author, and I really enjoyed it. The situation may be a little weird in the beginning but everything works out ok, and as usual, the main characters go on wacky adventures typical of Inoue's works. It is really a light manga to read, but enjoyable never the less. I would recommend this if you liked Inoue's other works.
When i first started to read this i was like wtf?! It was left alone for some time before i picked it up again. To my surprise it was rather good. Not the usual romance serie you'll read, rather with a twist. Because of the absurdity of the situation, the mangaka can work with new jokes ect that never would've been possible otherwise. The art is very good and perfect for a comedy. It's really worth to read this, although i usually prefer a little more romance in a romance manga.
... Last updated on July 26th, 2007, 12:06pm
It was really funny going through and though i hate getting lovey dovey and am rarely able to finish these romance types it wasn't bad at all gets a little strange and turns itself funny characters and developement.
i got addicted to this within the first vol, and wen i found out tht it wasnt completely scanlated, i just moved onto the anime which i think personally was a let down
the summary looked stupid and out of whack to me. i mean i thought it was going to be pointless. but when i read this, i felt really happy i did. this MANGA is worth the read.
never seen the anime. but to me the manga satisfies me still
what was i thinking...
when i first read the summary i figured it was going to be really really ecchi. i mean come on a girl on a guys hand, but i gave it a try and i loved it
Absolutely incredible. Great story and the plot is great. Loved the fighting which gives it flavor. Story doesn't drag on for too long and the comedy is GREAT A must read