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Coulomb Fille  
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From ANN:

The story follows Kanzō Wakai, a 15-year-old who is considered weird due to his hair which has looked like "dried seaweed" since birth. The boy with the troubled adolescence happens to encounter Noemi Hokari, a mysterious, peculiar girl who believes that she "cannot touch people." Were the "dried seaweed monster" and the "electrified girl" destined to meet?


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Associated Names
Coulomb Girl
Electrified Girl
Kuuron Fiiyu
Kuuron Fuiiyu

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v.3 c.10-14 (end) by display: none; over 3 years ago
v.2 c.5-9 by display: none; over 3 years ago
v.1 c.1-4 by display: none; over 4 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
3 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 8 / 10.0 (115 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.69 / 10.0
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Last Updated
March 20th 2017, 6:32pm PST



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Weekly Pos #669 increased(+147)
Monthly Pos #1362 increased(+411)
3 Month Pos #2489 increased(+522)
6 Month Pos #3582 increased(+536)
Year Pos #4780 increased(+182)

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On 263 reading lists
On 230 wish lists
On 354 completed lists
On 8 unfinished lists
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Someday's Dreamer's Kumichi Yoshizuki to End Coulomb Fille over 4 years ago

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Eh, I didn't like the ending...   
Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by SangMo
April 17th, 2017, 9:12pm
The read up until that point was really good then...

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Noemi just disappears on Kanzo and he never sees her again sadly...

It was kinda stupid.
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Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by Zoadol
March 4th, 2017, 12:23pm
He's a monster. Brutish strength, creepy smile, and seaweed-like hair that will have you literally tremble. He's used to being ignored, cast aside, hated, loathed. Coulomb Fille is a fantastic, criminally short series by Kumichi Yoshizuki with expressionate characters, an incredibly supportive cast (<3 Yurie), and the MC Kanzo invokes empathy in just the first chapter.

All you need to know about the MC is that he's sick and tired of putting up with abuse and staying low to be liked, so he pulls a 180 and rampages against those who he thinks hate him because of his hair(read, everyone).

The gem is of course the titular character, Noemi. She is a kindred spirit, and lives secluded in the mountains because of her particular quirk: she electrocutes those she touches. No room for heroes, yet a saviour all the same as she befriends Kanzo and they find enjoyment in being in the company of another. It's innate to find enjoyment through seeing others fill with joy and wonder, and it pairs well with your own curiosity in learning more about how she interacts with the environment.

Read now, and you'll get a heartwarming tale of two outcasts growing up, learning to accept themselves and venture back into the society that cast them away. Act fast, and you'll get charming scenes that play with the idea of an incredibly electrostatic body, making Gr. 9 science much more interesting.

Anyhow, it's always good fun to have a great character that goes all out, puts everything on the line and for lack of a better term, is a man's man. Yes, there are a some "too good to be true" cases, and we've got to get Timmy away from wells, but it never truly detracts from the enjoyment of the series. The biggest qualm is that the mangaka clearly has something in mind when introducing a particular character, and is blatantly villainized to fill a role.

All in all, the series is nothing too complex, and a great series to finish in one sitting.
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It Was Alright   
Rating: 6.0 / 10.0
by plaiin
December 11th, 2014, 9:05pm
The friendship that the two had was rather interesting, and it developed rather strangely into love. It was always uneasy, and never really defined until the end, but it was pretty cute. If you want to read something refreshing and somewhat light, try this!
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Surprisingly good   
Rating: 8.5 / 10.0
by sinxer
September 29th, 2014, 11:10pm
Didn't think id enjoy reading this manga as much as a did, the first chapter didn't really hook me in as well as others but it is worth reading. My only regret is that there isn't more chapters as the end wasn't all that satisfying for me because there feels like there's so much more to this story that could be told.

Damit so disappointed there isn't more >.<
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Fun, satisfying read   
Rating: N/A
by auriga
September 29th, 2014, 5:59am
Those three volumes sure were satisfying. The storytelling does tend to get a bit contrived as the series progresses but Noemi and Kanzo's relationship more than makes up for it.

That final arc, though: it came off forced and too over-the-top especially when compared to the rest of the story. I had a hunch the story would go haywire the moment I saw the creepy stalker guy. Creepy stalkers that appear out of nowhere near the end of the story are really, really terrible plot devices.

And yes:

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Bulletproof hair? SERIOUSLY? The gun turned out to be weak, but still.

Had Yoshizuki-sensei chosen to wrap things up more naturally I probably would have put this in my top manga list.

But yeah, overall this series is worth checking out. Two hours well spent.

PS: While I am satisfied with the ending (seriously, it isn't hard to imagine what comes next), it seems a self-published continuation is in the works. I guess that is something to look forward to.

... Last updated on September 29th, 2014, 6:03am
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Cutest thing ever!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by zimzimbadabim
June 20th, 2014, 9:31pm
This is one of the most romantic things I have ever read. EVER! I can not fully describe how big a fan I am of this series, and I wish that the updates would come a bit quicker. There hasn't been one in over a month; hope the series hasn't been dropped.
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