Video Girl Ai, Volume 14

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VIZ Media LLC, Jan 10, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
2 Reviews
The latest in this 15-volume series continues the adventures of Ai, a cute young video idol, who comes to life and jumps out of the television straight into the arms of shy teen Yota in order to help Yota improve his love life--whether he likes it or not. Rated for older teens.

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Review: Video Girl Ai, Vol. 01: Preproduction (Video Girl Ai #1)

User Review  - Molly Tatum - Goodreads

Love ALL of Masakazu Katsura's series... Just... All....of ....it. Period. The art is like a cross between realistic and not. Amazing. (all 15 manga are amazing IMO) Read full review

Review: Video Girl Ai, Vol. 01: Preproduction (Video Girl Ai #1)

User Review  - Molly - Goodreads

Love ALL of Masakazu Katsura's series... Just... All....of ....it. Period. The art is like a cross between realistic and not. Amazing. (all 15 manga are amazing IMO) Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Known among anime circles as the character designer for IRIA: ZEIRAM THE ANIMATION, Katsura is also a popular manga artist. His works, from the story of an unlikely superhero in WINGMAN to the saga of a girl who gains powers from magic eyeshadow in SHADOW LADY, display a quirky sense of humor and a fondness for O. Henry-like plot twists. Katsura is also celebrated in fan circles as an artist with a hand for lush screen-tones and an unparalleled eye for nubile young ladies, best noted in the shapely Iria-like bounty hunter in his manga D.N.A.2 (D.N.A. "squared").

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