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Maison Ikkoku, Vol. 13: Game, Set, Match [Paperback]

Rumiko Takahashi
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Dec 1 1999 Maison Ikkoku (Book 13)
While Godai searches for a way to propose to Kyoko, his rival Mitaka courts Kyoko ever more aggressively. But shy Asuna hasn't given up trying to win Mitaka for herself. Then Godai's old girlfriend shows up. For whom do the wedding bells toll?

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5.0 out of 5 stars wow March 15 2002
Format:Paperback
The second last book in this outstanding series. Plot lines start coming to an end in this book. We finally get to see our hereo in a few kisses and embraces (ok the cover kind of gives it away). The end will simply have you begging for the next book.
Having read Ranma 1/2 and parts of Urusei Yatsura I was amazed by the maturity level of this series. The humour elements are certaintly their but it's raw human emotion that carries this series. At 14 volumes the plot is kept pretty tight (though i found the addition of the new tenant to Ikkoku extremely pointless) and doesn't have that drag on feeling like Ranma 1/2 does. Also the ending of this series will have more of an impact then the one Ranma 1/2 did.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good lord Nov. 21 2001
Format:Paperback
There is alot of stuff that happen sin this book. The main point being that Shun Mitaka is put out of the contention for Kyoko's affections. He does end up marrying Asuna, but the interesting part is how he ends up marrying Asuna. Also Kozue finally confronts Godai about the prospect of marriage because she has been proposed to by another man. Godai tries to tell herr that he is in love with someone else, but everything as usual ends up becoming a big misunderstanding. Kozue even kisses Godai, and of course Kyoko sees it, which fuels yet another jealous rage. Also Godai has to help out Akemi by paying the bill at a love hotel, but Kozue sees them coming out, and runs off and later tells Kyoko. Kyoko and Godai get in a huge fight in this book and it looks like everything could come to an end for their relationship. good stuff
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5.0 out of 5 stars Game, Set, Match, Yet not quite the end. June 2 2000
By Ookami
Format:Paperback
This has to be one of the finest Comedy / Drama's I have ever read. This is the second last book in the series so expect most of the story arcs to be resolved in this volume. Including all of the love triangles. Yes, most of the plot points in this volume have hilarious occurances, yet this volume also begins to take on a much more serious and dramatic tone for the series. It's a beautiful piece of writing and I recomend it to anyone who wants to laugh and cry and the same time. I have also been fortunate enough to come accross a comics store that got The final volume (Entitled Welcome Home) in on it's release date (No small miricle here in Toronto.), and you should also get that as well. It wraps up the series beautifully and show's where everyone of the major players end up when all of the growing pains and romantic angst is over. I would almost have liked this series to continue indefinately, but then it would lose it's magic and unique charm.
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5.0 out of 5 stars At long last, but not least! April 18 2000
Format:Paperback
Godai gets slapped...Godai runs away...Godai tangles with another girl...nosy tenants hound Godai...Kyoko lands on top of a man...Kyoko runs away...Godai gets slapped again...nosy tenants hound Kyoko...Godai gets in trouble with another girl...nosy tenants hound Godai again...Kyoko VERY NEARLY gets slapped...Kyoko runs away again...blah, blah! With all that mean-spirited gremlin-like timing in Ms. Takahashi's romantic slapstick comedy, perhaps both Godai and Kyoko would be much better off if they just forgot about each other altogether.
But - in the very last book right before the grand finale yet to come up, we personally witness the true maturing of the young Godai from a drooling girl-crazy kid into a solemn-faced, long-suffering hero with tenderness for small children and a grim determination to succeed at everything, no matter what - to win the affections of the pretty young Kyoko. But - on the other hand, however, Kyoko herself, though a seemingly perfect, self-contained young woman on the outside, she actually turns out to be a spitting hellcat when it comes to sexual jealousy. All in all, it's a very engrossing trip that will surely hold you fast until the very conclusion of the whole series finally comes right off the press!
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