Ai yori Aoshi ≫ Ai yori aoshi (Blue indigo) tome 01

Ai yori aoshi (Blue indigo) tome 01

Ai yori aoshi (Blue indigo) tome 01

Ai yori aoshi (Blue indigo) tome 01

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Kaoru Hanabashi a quitté sa province natale et sa riche famille pour mener une vie d'étudiant désargenté à Tokyo. Son existence va être bouleversée par l'arrivée d'une jeune et jolie fille, Aoi Sakuraba, qui lui avoue n'avoir jamais cessé de penser à lui depuis 18 ans lorsqu'ils furent fiancés par leur famille respective. Kaoru est déconcentré par cette déclaration d'amour d'autant que certains raisons l'empêchent de lui donner suite...

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Adult Maybe
Department books / TPB-Manga
Publisher Pika Edition
Series Ai yori Aoshi
Shop Manga & Anime
Primary language French
Product Code PIK-AYAT0001
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"Voici un titre intéressant." by anjovu (UK) on Nov 17, 2004

Malheureusement, certains(es) le prennent pour un clone d¿un autre titre (cherchez ?). Non, le sujet est différent et le ton aussi. L¿intrigue m¿a intéressé et je veux savoir comment nos 2 amoureux feront face aux difficultés et comment ils finiront ensemble. N¿oubliez pas qu¿en orient, la famille est très importante et un mariage ne se conçoit pas sans le consentement des parents et autres...L¿histoire d¿A.Y.A se passe au Japon et Aoi est très traditionnelle, une vrai "Yamato Nadesico" (à ne pas confrondre avec le vaisseau spatial !). Révisez votre culture sur le Japon. Je sais de quoi je parle, je viens d¿Asie.

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"Wish-fulfillment romantic comedy with a bit more to it" by Mark Carson (USA) on Nov 9, 2003

A wish-fulfillment-style romantic comedy which turns into a harem comedy of sorts when sort-of rivals to Aoi show up. "Oh, no! Not another Love Hina clone!" you're saying. Well, no and yes. First of all, it's not technically a clone, since it apparently started a bit before Love Hina. And the "rivals" are never really serious ones. (Though, come to think of it, that's mostly true in other harem comedies, too.) But the main point is that the back story of Kaoru and Aoi's lives makes for something a bit more interesting (to my mind at least) than usual for the genre, at least through the first couple of volumes.

I think with any of these series, your feelings about it will depend almost entirely on your tolerance level for the main characters. If you find Aoi to be a wimpier-than-Belldandy crybaby, you're not going to be very happy with this one. But if you find her (quietly) interesting, it works pretty well. And a least Kaoru is not annoying, like some of his counterparts in other series. The artwork is of course "professionally cute" throughout, at least if you don't mind the characters' noses disappearing periodically

The Pika edition looks good, unflipped (as are essentially all of their series these days) and on the larger end of the tankouban size range. To render Kaoru's (normal) and Aoi's (formal) speech patterns, they have Kaoru "tutoyer" (use "tu" forms) all the time, while Aoi "vouvoyer"s. I guess that's ok, though it gives me the odd feeling of Kaoru being Aoi's dad or something.