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Maid-sama! (2-in-1 Edition), Vol. 1: Includes Volumes 1 & 2 by [Fujiwara, Hiro]
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Can Misaki trust Usui to keep her secret from the rest of the kids at school? And why the heck is he always showing up at the maid café? Maybe she should start taking him seriously when he says he likes her—especially when he throws in an unexpected kiss!


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 271940 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat; 2nd edition (Aug. 4 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B012EM7ZMM
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa3d104ec) out of 5 stars 10 reviews
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HASH(0xa3f1a0f0) out of 5 stars A VERY well made omnibus brings the return of a favorite shoujo we can finally see the ending to! Aug. 21 2015
By Leaf - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I was hesitant on picking up this manga. It's in omnibus format, so I was sure it would be of poor quality, floppy and easily damaged like the Naruto, One Piece, Bleach, Skip Beat, etc. omnibus versions. While it's not your Viz Sig quality, I was very pleased. Hold any of the Viz regular manga and imagine it contains 2 volumes, not 1. That's essentially what this omnibus feels like. And the paper quality is as good as a regular Viz manga copy. I have no complaints.

The story is your typical shoujo, but done well in such a way to keep you intrigued. You could easily decide to watch the anime and be pretty satisfied with the ending, but there's a LOT more to the series than the anime has. SO, if you enjoyed the anime at all, it's definitely worth the revisit through the manga, and discover the things that were not in the anime. While the adaptation was pretty faithful, there's a lot to gain from reading the manga, considering there's still so much to the story that the anime wasn't able to cover.

Story: Basically, our heroine, Misaki, has a pretty poor family, and she's dealing with protecting the girls in her school from guys as Student Council President. Because some guys, like Usui, capture their hearts and then reject them. Her rage at the opposite gender at her school earns her the nickname, "Demon President" and all the guys are terrified of her. When Usui finds out that Misaki is working at a Maid Cafe to support her family, he realizes there's a lot more to her than her strict, cold demeanor at school.

Intrigued, he begins to pay her more attention, saving her from bad situations and generally just annoying Misaki, who can't believe that she has to entrust her secret job to him from school. She's not your usual shoujo heroine: she gets pissed, she gets violent, and she is very complex. She has a lot of things to get through before she can look at Usui in a romantic light, and he has to work through his own issues as well.

Eventually, their growing attraction starts to lend some light in the series. Usui falls for her first, and Misaki must deal with her confusing feelings on top of a ton of things that happen in her life. The manga can be quite silly at times, but mostly it feels like it's satiring other shoujo tropes. Nothing feels forced or contrived. It's written well, it's got a lot of humor, fun characters, and a love-hate relationship that blooms into love.

It's a classic shoujo title that really deserves the praise it gets. I would have liked a Viz Sig for this series, but shoujo never gets that treatment. However, the omnibus is not cheap looking or feeling, and honestly does a great job presenting a well-loved series to both new-comers, and returning fans. If you like romance at all, spunky heroines, a shoujo that manages to do a lot of things right, humor, and just a fun time, I have to recommend this.

Or you could try out the anime and see what you think. I purchased this at Barnes and Nobles.
HASH(0xa3f1a144) out of 5 stars Pretty good Feb. 25 2016
By Jude - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
~3.5/5

I collected the previous version of this series, released by Tokyopop. I rather enjoyed the series then, but it has been a while since I originally read it.

First of all, I would definitely recommend this version over the Tokyopop ones. The translations are better, but this time, all of the sfx are actually translated, as opposed to the panels that Tokyopop couldn’t be bothered with. I like the font, as well, and the pages look cleaner. The design and color of the covers look nicer, not so plain. Plus, it’s a two-in-one, at a fantastic price.

I would have liked extras or color pages, but that’s okay.

Now, with a more experienced mind, I did notice different things in this read. Firstly, that it’s a bit rushed and exaggerated in the beginning. The transition of Misa’s job being revealed to Usui is super fast, and her reactions are a bit much. The story lines are a little rushed at times, and Misa’s hate for men is definitely exaggerated. The way she takes on every single responsibility, as well as her overprotective feelings for women, still drives me crazy. Why is she the only one who ever does anything? Not a single other girl can fight? Really?

It gets better as time goes on, though, as does Usui’s characters. He’s a little too pushy at first, but I do like him, and I enjoy the way he teases and cares for Misa. He does push her being a girl too much, though, like she needs to be weaker. In contrast to that, I like that Misa can easily handle her own most of the time, and he doesn’t always have to save her.

Misa also has to learn at times not to let her hatred of men take over when making decisions as president, and I like that she does actually listen. That shows growth, which I appreciate.

I like Yukimura, too, and the idiot trio. I hope that Misa makes a real girl friend soon, who stays in the picture. Overall, though, I enjoyed this volume. It was fun to re-read the books, and I’m definitely excited for this release to catch up with where the Tokyopop one ended. I can’t wait for more.

A review copy was provided by the publisher, VIZ Media, and Erik Jansen from MediaLab PR. Thank you so, so much!

[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]
HASH(0xa3f1a57c) out of 5 stars First Two Books in a Fun Series Aug. 4 2015
By Talvi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Maid-Sama! 2-in-1 Edition collects the first 9 chapters or so (first two volumes) of this very popular series from 2006. Included are the side panels and author's chatter. The manga had a very popular run at 18 volumes and also was made into a 26 episode anime in 2010.

Story: High school student Misaki's family situation is poor and she has had to make up for the lack by working extra hard at everything. Now, as the first female student council president at a mostly male school, she is on a mission to turn around the sloppy and slovenly boys. But she carefully guards a secret that she works in a neighboring town in the afternoons at a maid cafe. When aloof fellow student Usui catches sight of her in a maid uniform outside the cafe one night, he is intrigued. Thus begins their very complicated relationship - for Misaki hates men after her father abandoned her family in drowning debt. But Usui doesn't become discouraged easily....

The spark of this series comes from a "Boys Over Flowers" type vibe in which we have a strong and fierce female lead and a guy keeping up with her. Misaki may not need saving much but Usui knows how to lend a hand when needed. His only frustration is that Misaki will never consider him a love interest until she gets over her utter dislike of men.

Unlike a lot of shoujo, Usui states very early that he likes Misaki for her strength of character and intelligence. It's never about her being cute so much as her determination and strength of will. They make for a great couple and Usui's continual frustration at not being able to successfully express his attraction for Misaki is very sweet. A cast of quirky side characters add to the story.

With this 2-in-1 Edition, quite a bit of the opening of the story gets covered: from Misaki piquing Usui's interest to the machinations of a rival elite prep school. This is quite a fun series and definitely worth the read. Reviewed from an advance reader copy provided by the publisher.
HASH(0xa3f1a93c) out of 5 stars A unique story. Sept. 30 2015
By Dale Messina - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Although some may think Maid-sama is that cliché story about a girl who has a secret in highschool, its not. Maid-sama is written very well and has a great storyline. It's very comical and also has an emotional side. The kicker is, although the main character is such a strong and agressive girl, she plays a much different role outside of school where she is quiet and submissive at the maid cafe where she works. Plus its a great value when you get 2 books in 1. I would recommended it to anyone.
HASH(0xa3f1a8e8) out of 5 stars Really amazing series that my girlfriend loves Feb. 9 2016
By Diego Guerra - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Really amazing series that my girlfriend loves! She was really bummed when Tokyo Pop couldn't print them anymore but I'm so glad it's being reprinted! Can't wait for the whole series to come out!