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Kunoichi Hime
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11:56 am, Jun 2 2010
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It's really too bad that no more works of this mangaka have been translated. Kimi Kara no Resume was a great Josei read, perhaps a little troubling to my feminist sensibilities at times, but still a lovely mature work for those that don't want to be reading about highschool kids all the time. Here's to hoping more of Karen's works will be translated in the near future. Her artwork improved significantly throughout the serialization and I can't wait to see how she draws now.

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12:58 am, Jul 25 2014
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I agree with the troubling to feminist sensibilities bit - I found this series backwards in many ways, in everything from work to sex, and ultimately couldn't really enjoy it. I personally would be unlikely to check out other stories by this mangaka.

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