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Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 10 by [Hatori, Bisco]
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Ever since the day he helped her up from a nasty tumble, Black Magic Club member Reiko Kanazuki has been obsessed with Hunny. She is devoting all her knowledge of the dark arts to curse him and steal his soul. Will the sweetest member of the Host Club fall victim to her spells?

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Bisco Hatori made her manga debut with Isshun kan no Romance (A Moment of Romance) in LaLa DX magazine. The comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit. When she's stuck thinking up characters' names, she gets inspired by loud, upbeat music (her radio is set to NACK5 FM). She enjoys reading all kinds of manga, but she's especially fond of the sci-fi drama Please Save My Earth and Slam Dunk, a basketball classic.


 



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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 302106 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat; Shojo Beat Manga Ed edition (Sept. 5 2011)
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FDZILOY
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Ouran High School Host Club Volume 10 by Bisco Hatori is a great volume. I am reading this after I watched the anime and wished that I did not leave such a long period in between because now I have to memorize names again. The artwork is great and the story is entertaining.

In this volume, Reiko Kanazuki, a girl from the black magic club has fallen for Hunny. Unfortunately, Reiko does not know what love is and is using curses to get what she wants. Does Hunny stand a chance?
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Amazon.com: HASH(0xa15f70e4) out of 5 stars 32 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa16d2e64) out of 5 stars The Fun Continues in a Great New Ouran Volume Feb. 3 2008
By B. Calhoun - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This volume begins with a Hunny-centric episode, as Black Magic Club member Kanzuki is convinced that Hunny "stole her soul" since she can't stop thinking about him. Since she can only relate to people in terms of curses, she decides to steal his soul back (even though her curses turn out to really just be elementary school love charms).

Most of the rest of the volume involves a new character, Mei, the daughter of Misuzu (the transvestite pension owner from volume 5). Mei wears too much make-up, has a very fake tan and is a bit rough around the edges, but also brings a nice new dynamic to the manga. Misuzu enlists Haruhi to be Mei's friend and the other Host Club members of course decide to get involved as well, especially Tamaki, who decides to secretly help heal the estranged relationship between Mei and her father.

The last episode sets up the Sports Festival arc that is going to play a large part in Volume 11. After a confrontation between Kyoya and Takeshi Kuze (the football club president), Tamaki decides that a sports festival is needed to resolve the issue and the host club members get divided up between the red and white teams (Kyoya, Hunni & Kaoru on white, and Mori, Hikaru, Tamaki and Haruhi on red).

Every time that I think Ouran can't get any better, it does. Not only is this volume hilariously funny, but the romantic entanglements and character development continues, with Haruhi and Tamaki getting closer to figuring out they like each other (although they're still both very dense) and another host club member realizing he also has feelings for Haruhi. In terms of character development, Kaoru in particular has some nice moments, both with Haruhi and with Hikaru. There are also appearances by Nekozawa and Kasanoda (who is now my favorite minor character) and greater insight into the relationship between the twins and their parents.

Also, check out Mori's love of baby chicks. It's never really mentioned, but you can see him looking (and apparently purchasing) a baby chick at the summer festival and the baby chick is sitting on Mori's head when they are eating cake at the twins' house. In the last episode, he's reading a book on how to raise a chicken. Since Mori doesn't really talk much, I think it's cute that he's getting a silent subplot.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa16d2eb8) out of 5 stars Ouran High School Host Club, Vol 3 Review July 28 2010
By Julie L. Hayes - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Summertime, and the livin' is easy! Now that school's out, the privileged members of the Host Club have more time on their hands, so of course their thoughts turn to their favorite member - Haruhi! While basking in the comfort of Kyoyo's family resort, which had left Haruhi singularly unimpressed, she did express a surprising interest in going to the beach. So, it's off to the beach for the Host Club! While Club President Tamaki has visions of watching the sea with a bikini-clad Haruhi, the reality doesn't quite match his hopes. Haruhi is not in a swim suit, and some of the host club customers have come along so they can't even force her to wear a bathing suit, lest she give herself away, which would be no good. They are at Nekozawa's private beach, and it's more than a little creepy, which seems rather fitting for the president of the black magic club. The twins, Kaoru and Hikaru, who are always up to something, come up with a game to play - who can find Haruhi's weakness first - contest to end at sunset the next day, the winner to receive assorted photos of Haruhi's middle school days, courtesy of Kyoyo (who has his ways). None of their schemes work. When Haruhi catches some bullies terrorizing the customers, she steps up to the plate and stands up to them, rather than calling for the other hosts, and ends up being thrown into the sea, with Tamaki jumping in after her. An argument ensues between them afterward - Tamaki is furious that she did not call for them, and he refuses to speak to her until she admits her mistake, which she refuses to do!

The boys (and Haruhi) are staying in the Nekozawa mansion, while the girls are put up at a nearby Hotel. The weather has turned sour, so they are forced to turn to indoor activities. Nekozawa has a very disturbing board game which they play which predicts unsettling future possibilities, such as "You break your left wrist in an automobile accident in five years." It's a gloomy mansion, dark and forboding, which the storm doesn't help, and Tamaki is sulking, cause he and Haruhi aren't speaking - when Haruhi shows up unexpectedly wearing a dress that her dad packed for her, having found the circuit breaker and flipped it. At least they have light snow. At dinner, Haruhi overdoes the giant tuna and crab, for which she pays later by being ill, dashing into the nearest room in order to do so, which just happens to be Kyoyo's. When the vice president unexpectedly comes on to her, how is she going to react? More importantly, how will Tamaki react?

Haruhi is late in arriving at the host club, having had to go and get instant coffee for the twins, and running through the school gates, she barrels into a tall figure, who instantly pegs her for a girl! Haruhi receives an escort to the club, where she discovers the guys are dressed as European knights, and being all kinds of chivalric. Haruhi's benefactor is joined by two girls, and they too fuss over Haruhi - as a girl, although the guys of the club are denying it. Tamaki challenges them, recognizing that they do not even go to Ouran, and the truth is revealed - they are from Saint Roberia Womens Institute's "White Lily Club", commonly known as the Zuka Club - a club for women, of women, created by women, and for women. In other words, even Haruhi's benefactor is a woman! They decide that Haruhi needs to be liberated, and not only that she should transfer to their school, and join their club. Or else, they might just have to spill the beans at Ouran about what she is. Even Tamaki begins to wonder if this might not be what is best for Haruhi. Will they lose her to a women's school?

Halloween has arrived! When Haruhi shows up for school, she is surprised to learn there are no classes held on this day! (Not because of Halloween, per se, but because of grading exams). Instead there is a schoolwide costume party. The twins, dressed as angels, badger Haruhi for treats, and intend to keep it up all day. But Tamaki has a counter plan! Haruhi just wants to go to the library to study, alone, but the others are determined to get her into the spirit of things, including wearing a costume. And who is that mysterious figure that Haruhi keeps seeing on the tenth floor of the central wing, which no one else sees? Curiouser and curiouser!

When Tamaki has a nightmare about Haruhi's poverty stricken life, he decides he has to see the real thing for himself, so he calls upon Kyoyo to go with him (who invites the others), and it's time for a field trip to see how poor people live, aka a visit to Haruhi's house, even braving the possibility of running across the crossdressing dad! So on her day off, Haruhi finds herself entertaining her fellow hosts on a shoestring budget!

Another fun volume of the Ouran High School Host Club. The more I read, the more I like. I am especially enjoying watching the growing relationship between Haruhi and Tamaki - not too fast at all, as they both grow and develop. We learn a few new things about Haruhi in this volume, and we get a glimpse into Tamaki's head as well. This is a must read for all shojo fans. It's funny, sweet, cute, adorable and very entertaining, as well as romantic. There is a bonus manga at the end, with a young Haruhi and her dad (before he became a crossdresser) - find out why she doesn't want him to come to school for parents day! I can't wait for the next volume, this one ends on a rather cool cliffhanger! Keep reading this, I know I certainly will!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1fc030c) out of 5 stars I have to agree...Ouran is still the top of the heap April 9 2008
By Kaleidocherry - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
I just love all the characters in this series and Hatori is so skilled at adding a tiny quirk to someone's expression to make me laugh out loud. Kanazuki is explaining about her curse on Hunny, and the sketch of Nekozawa has those O O eyes like Tamaki's "upset lord" expression usually has...it's just so funny to see the imperturbable Nekozawa (whose eyes are rarely even seen) reacting like the crazy and emotional Tamaki. There's more, but these tiny details just reinforce for me what's the most amusing manga out there. I'd still like to see more Nekozawa and Bossa Nova and less of the obnoxious twins, but...we can't have everything, can we? I'm eagerly looking forward to volume 11 so I can find out how Kasanoda and Nekozawa do in a sports tournament!!
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1fc02f4) out of 5 stars Ouran High School Host Club Review Feb. 2 2007
A Kid's Review - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Ouran High School Series is a favorite mostly for the 12 to 19 year old crowd. A funny romantic comedy, A commoner girl gets a scholorship to a rich kids school. She appears as a guy because of her unthoughtful self barbering, and her grandpa's glasses. She goes into an 'unused' Music room looking for a quiet place to study, and stumbles upon the Host Club. A group of odd teenage boys: A conseited blonde boy; A short, cute boy and his near-mute companion, and a money-crazy smart kid. She stumbles upon them, and in her confusion breaks an 80,000 yen vase. She is stuck being a host to pay off her debt, and when she accidentally drops her wallet, the club hosts find out she is a girl. She has a natural talent for talking to ladies, so the members are suspicious. None of the ladies can ever know, or her career is over.

This random love comedy keeps you on your toes with hilarious incidents. Read this series, it's awesome! You won't regret it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1fc05ac) out of 5 stars Never failing hillarity July 3 2008
By Kristen Roberts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Ouran is always guaranteed to make me laugh out loud. I literally find myself counting the days until the next installment is released. And now finally it's getting to the good stuff...how will this love triangle play itself out? Well, maybe it's more like a love square...maybe more polygonal than that... Overall, awesome as always!