So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 06

So Cute It Hurts Vol The Kobayashi twins Megumu and Mitsuru were named after historical figures but only Megumu has grown up with a taste for history So when Mitsuru is in danger of losing his weekends to extra history

  • Title: So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 06
  • Author: Gō Ikeyamada Tomo Kimura Evan Waldinger
  • ISBN: 9781421579900
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Kobayashi twins, Megumu and Mitsuru, were named after historical figures, but only Megumu has grown up with a taste for history So when Mitsuru is in danger of losing his weekends to extra history classes, he convinces his sister to swap clothes with him and ace his tests After all, how hard can it be for them to play each other Megumu is considering a career as a maThe Kobayashi twins, Megumu and Mitsuru, were named after historical figures, but only Megumu has grown up with a taste for history So when Mitsuru is in danger of losing his weekends to extra history classes, he convinces his sister to swap clothes with him and ace his tests After all, how hard can it be for them to play each other Megumu is considering a career as a manga artist, but as Mitsuru so helpfully points out, her drawing skills could use a lot of improvement That doesn t dim her enthusiasm, and she vows to practice drawing every day But her first sketching session in a park is interrupted by an intense young man who goes ballistic when he sees the portrait of Aoi in her sketchbook Who is this stranger, and why does he want to destroy her boyfriend

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    About “Gō Ikeyamada Tomo Kimura Evan Waldinger

    • Gō Ikeyamada Tomo Kimura Evan Waldinger

      G Ikeyamada , born May 25 is a Japanese manga artist She made her debut with Get Love in 2002, which was serialized in Sh jo Comic Her manga mostly consists for a young adult audience, due to some explicit content.



    859 thoughts on “So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 06


    • Once again, there's too much cuteness going on in this volume. And I have come to the conclusion that I am in love with Aoi. I just can't help myself because he's so freaking adorable! I enjoy his reactions to Megu, and I like how he's not afraid to let her know how he feels. Megu is a bit girlish and silly at times, but she has a huge heart, and I like that she tries to see the best in others.Megu tries her hand at drawing and she's terrible at it! Aoi is taken aback when Megu draws him with 3 [...]


    • Not much happens in this volume. A boy is hunting for Aoi. Seems to have violent intent. Secrets seem to swirl around AOi in this volume that make me want to scream "Just tell me already" but we get no real answers. Tsukugawa has an unwanted stalker and Shino and MEgo work to team up their writing and art. Mego's art style isrting to say the leastHow did so so little take so many pages?! Lots of random filler it seems on this volem. Far from my favorite in the series. Hope it picks back up soon. [...]


    • When a story gets stale, what do you do? INTRODUCE A NEW CHARACTER! Our new character knows about Aoi's past and he seems to have some sort of beef with Aoi. Ooh the drama continues and I hope that it only gets better~Meanwhile Mitsuru has his hands full battling (dating) with Tokugawa, and from the looks of it, he's falling for her~ I still want him to be with Shino but at least they're realistic with the fact that first love doesn't always work out.This series has 15 volumes.



    • Meh. I think I'm done. The initial premise was super ridiculous and made me laugh, but now I feel like it's gone from farce to melodrama and become totally predictable. :(


    • ~3/5(Contains light spoilers.)I don't love this series. I just don't.There's some real cuteness between Mego and Aoi in the beginning. We get a glimpse of Mitsuru and Azusa's relationship, and how it's slowly growing for each of them. Azusa is getting bullied, and Misturu steps in protectively, at the same time that Mego wants to be there to protect Aoi, so they switch again.The major point here, though, is that there's a new character. And he has a vendetta against Aoi. He pursues Mego at first [...]


    • I'm reading on Not a masterpiece but Gō Ikeyamada knows a thing or two about creating very readable shōjo manga.In this volume the reader finds out that Megu is exceptionally good at drawing history comics so she tries drawing people as well. The faces are usually wonderful but she has no idea of how to draw a human body whatsoever. Her drawings were so funny.There's a new protagonist making his debut on this volume but uhm don't know what to think about him.I really like the part about Azusa [...]


    • Megu drawings are hilarious. I also want to know what is that one dudes beef with Aoi. If I have one minor compliment (very minor) it is that the dramatic scenes feel so dramatically slow. It could be that i'm slowly realizing my age and am like REVEAL THE PLOT LINE ALREADY! Anyway, I love it when the twins switch (I'm not sure it's because no one pays attention to twins or if the teachers are just stupid so that's why they are non-existent in this comic) and I am here for all the drama that ens [...]


    • Not my favorite installment of the series. Feels incredibly short! Aoi and Mego's relationship was super lovey dovey. I like that Mego isn't an expert at her art! She'll have to really work at it, and that is great. But this new guy he a former love interest of Aoi?! What's with that blush


    • This series continues to give me a sugar high, and Go Ikeyamada can't draw girls-dressing-as-boys to save her life, but there's a surprising depth to both this and volume five. That new guy better not mess up Mego's romance


    • Aoi's past may soon come to light as the mysterious Uesugi (Chiharu) appears on scene. And Azusa has a stalker, so Mitsuru swoops in to help! Is a new love on horizon?! (The answer is "yes." C'mon. You know it is.)


    • Finally, a new antagonist comes along, but just as soon as things are going to be revealed end of volume! Gah! Why can't these volumes be longer or be released closer together. Yet again, this manga is super adorable and I've found no fault in it!


    • A weaker entry in the saga as way too much time is used to introduce an ominous new character and the twins revert to the cross-dressing conceit which I keep hoping will disappear entirely from this series.





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