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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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god of manga
this man truly has seen the god of manga, the story is just great and its probably one of the most funniest to be existing and as some already said i totally cant understand how someone can come up with an unique plot like this, yeah it was touching pretty often and the end was sad but great at the same time, really had mixed feelings there
this man now stands on ma top 3 next to Oda and Ken, thats a masterpiece
but i also find the omakes to be great (must-read), the teachings of the god of manga sure got style and were freakin hilarious , especially the impact factor and the u-must-love-magna-more-than-anything-else, omg i loled so hard there i still can remember it xD
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
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
Good, but with a lot of filler
The first half of the manga was pretty great. Lots of comedy and cute fluff, but as the manga progressed it was filled with more filler. To the point that 1 in 5 chapters had to do with the actual story. Other than that it is a pretty good read.