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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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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
Midori no Hibi
A funny yet touching story about a boy who wants to be loved and a girl who runs away from her life. They comedy adds to the story and makes it a great read. Even the ending was good!
simple , short , non dragging and fun
When I first started reading I thought "hmm it reminds me of school rumble"
really hilarous, worth reading, you going to be laughing :D
this was an awesome series... i read this in...a day? less? lol its a bit on the freakish side, cuz a girl becomes his right hand... but its quite touching. midori is anyways.
still sawamura's sister rin is cool too... too bad she didnt get too much time. but still, great read, great story, funny and a touch of romance...
I read this in about 2 or 3 days and I would have to say it was a day well spent. Non-stop laughter from the beginning to the end. The plot is somewhat funky, but it really shows character improvement. The ending was truly truamatic and touching, so I would have to say that the author has done a superb job of himself. Pick up at stores, or better yet download it off the net.