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Love★Com, Vol. 6 by [Nakahara, Aya]
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Ôtani wins tickets to the Umibôzu concert and asks Risa to go with him. Could this be the answer to her dreams--their first date?! But as fate would have it, Ôtani gets sick the day before the concert. Concerned (about her friend and the date), Risa visits his sick bed and gets her first kiss! Or does she? Was it an accident? Does Ôtani even remember it?

About the Author

Aya Nakahara won the 2003 Shogakukan Manga Award for her breakthrough hit "Love*Com," which was made into a major motion picture and a PS2 game in 2006. She debuted with "Haru to Kuuki to Nichiyou-bi," and her other works include "HANADA" and "Himitsu Kichi."

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 179146 KB
  • Print Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat (Aug. 6 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa6334d14) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
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HASH(0xa631ac78) out of 5 stars The Tension Mounts May 9 2008
By Ellen W. - Published on
Format: Paperback
In this volume, Ootani gets tickets to an UmiBozu concert and invites Risa. However, he's absent from school the day before the concert, so Risa goes to visit him at his house. The two talk for a while, and Ootani ends up kissing Risa. But it seems to be an accident, because he doesn't even remember it the next day. Risa decides that she's going to get over Ootani, since it looks like he'll never fall for her. She directs her affections toward a new teacher, "Maity," who looks and acts just like the hero from her favorite romance video game. She even forms a club of girls who admire Mighty. But Ootani is acting suspicious- suspiciously jealous, that is.

This volume has a lot of ups and downs. Risa gets hurt a lot, and it's sad at times. But some of her reactions are hilarious. Her club, the "Mighty Girls" make up ridiculous songs and cheers. And Risa makes some of her best ugly faces in her effort to appear cheerful. I think her attempt to make herself be happy after her rejection is a realistic reaction, as is the embarrassment that results.One thing I love about this manga is that Risa can be truly embarrassing at times. Sure, a lot of shojo heroines have embarrassing moments, but to the reader, they usually still look cute. But Risa really goes off the deep end sometimes. I appreciate this, because it makes her a more realistic character. We've all done embarrassing things, things that are in no way cute, and it's easy to relate to her awkwardness.

Also, those of us who were getting frustrated with Ootani will be glad to see him reconsidering. It doesn't just come out of the blue, either. Ootani's reaction makes a lot of sense in light of his jealousy. And Mighty's a good character, too. He's really nice to Risa, to the point of being cheesy, and the way he eggs on Ootani is great. Overall, Mighty's a comedic relief. Readers will like him despite his status as a (sort of) romantic rival.

Volume 6 of "Love Com" is really the buildup to volume 7, but it's plenty entertaining in and of itself. It's got some of the funniest and most dramatic moments in the series.
HASH(0xa631a8f4) out of 5 stars Love*Com Oct. 26 2014
By Mike Keepper - Published on
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The continuing zany romantic comedy of Risa the Tall Girl and Atsuki the shrimpy guy. Iranian is really coming across as super dense when it comes to Romance. He really is very cruel in how he treats Kozumi. It is all very funny but true! It is starting to grate on me, but I will see it out to the end just to find out how it is resolved!
By Ashley Persinger - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
It was in very good condition
HASH(0xa631aeb8) out of 5 stars Four Stars Aug. 15 2014
By Dowridge - Published on
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