Love Hina, Vol. 05

Love Hina Vol At the age of Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japan s most prestigious university Now he can t pass his entrance examsor even remember the girl s name

At the age of 5, Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japan s most prestigious university Now 20, he can t pass his entrance examsor even remember the girl s name Stumbing into a fluke job at an all girls dormitory may be his last chance In the series that inspired the new hit anime, Love Hina proves that love conquers all Even sAt the age of 5, Keitaro and his childhood sweetheart promised to meet again as students at Japan s most prestigious university Now 20, he can t pass his entrance examsor even remember the girl s name Stumbing into a fluke job at an all girls dormitory may be his last chance In the series that inspired the new hit anime, Love Hina proves that love conquers all Even stupidity.

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Love Hina, Vol. 05

  1. Ken Akamatsu , Akamatsu Ken, July 5, 1968 is a Japanese mangaka from Tokyo.In his teenage years, Akamatsu failed the entrance exam to Tokyo University, and applied for Film Study instead it is speculated that this is where he got the idea for Love Hina Eventually, he became famous as an illustrator featured in Comiket short for Comic Market, a comic convention bi annually held in Japan He used the pen name Awa Mizuno , MIZUNO Awa Akamatsu, still in college, then proceeded to win the Weekly Shonen Magazine award twice His A Kid s Game for One Summer was awarded the coveted 50th Shonen Magazine Newcomer s Award soon after he graduated.After a big hit with A.I Love You, he finally made a grand success with his new manga, Love Hina The series appeared in Weekly Shonen Magazine and has been collected in eleven volumes with fourteen volumes in total , which have sold over 6 million copies in Japan, and received the Kodansha Manga Award for sh nen in 2001.Akamatsu had added elements of his own life experiences to the story, and this was said to have induced a unique feeling to the manga especially for Western readers, whose lack of familiarity with Japanese culture for the most part added to the effect The series, published in America in 2002, was especially well received in many overseas countries Akamatsu was surprised that even foreign readers found Love Hina to be cute and to their liking.He is now married to his wife Kanon Akamatsu, who was previously a singer idol He is currently working on his latest manga series, Negima Magister Negi Magi, which is his longest running manga so far Like Love Hina, has also been made into an anime series A second independent retelling of Negima was made called Negima Both series were produced by XEBEC Negima was produced by SHAFT.

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  1. Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol 5 Tokyopop, 1999 Okay, I kinda whaled on Akamatsu in my last Love Hina review, but let s face it, I can t stay mad at the guy for too long This one s almost as contrived as vol 4, but there s a great deal flow to it, we see the return of a couple of amusing minor characters, and yes, the flying turtle s still there, but is marginally less annoying unless he becomes a major plot contrivance as does happen now and again, unfortunately Still, Love Hina is a lot funnier [...]


  2. Si quer is leer una obra realmente magistral de Ken Akamatsu, leed la serie Negima Magister Negi Magi Una historia bien pensada que te atrapa, con personajes que evolucionan psicol gicamente, un dibujo preciosista cargado de detalles y profundidad de planos en cada p gina, momentos trepidantes y realmente emocionantes, y una aventura interesante que leer Probadla, de verdad.


  3. Love Hina always gets interesting when there s plenty of Kitsune to lighten things up We see a bit of some of the neglected characters, such as Motoko and Su, rather than a full volume of Keitaro and Naru being hugely awkward around one another There s plenty of characters appearing under the Hinata House roof, so it s great to see Akamatsu finally giving them some screen page time.


  4. i watch the anime version it is about a boy name Urashima Keitaro who became girls s dorm caretaker, since he fails his ent exams into Tokyo University for the 2nd time and officially an unemployed plus his parents kicked him out of the house _ And the story begin


  5. I m getting real tired and impatient of sexual assault being played off for laughs and women being insulted when they retaliate I ll not be continuing this series and refuse to recommend it to anyone.




  6. Not the best volume, but enjoyable nonetheless Has anyone else noticed the very obvious Star Wars Easter Egg That was hilarious


  7. This was the first anime I watched, and the only manga I read I never really got deep into the genre, but I m glad I watched read this series.



  8. Good, slapstick, almost clean, almost inappropriate fun, as per usual This episode in particular noted for hilarious mecha flying baby turtle tamachan.





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