Imadoki!, Vol. 3: Nowadays

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VIZ Media LLC, Nov 30, 2004 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 200 pages
6 Reviews
Every club needs to take a fieldtrip, and Tanpopo's Gardening Committee is no exception. Koki gets a tip that his elusive older brother may be living incognito in Hokkaido, so the rest of the group packs their bags and heads north with him. Tanpopo is doubly pleased because this extracurricular excursion affords her the rare opportunity to visit her former home--a place far different from the hustle and bustle of big city life. Later, when Koki's betrothed, Erika, shows up as a new transfer student, it'll take more than flowers to soothe the situation and Meio Academy.

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Review: Imadoki!: Nowadays, Vol. 03: Daffodil (Imadoki!: Nowadays #3)

User Review  - Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) - Goodreads

While I didn't like some of the characters at first, you sort of get used to them and they kind of grow on you. And wow that was quite the uh oh moment at the end. And kind of sad, especially for Tanpopo. Read full review

Review: Imadoki!: Nowadays, Vol. 03: Daffodil (Imadoki!: Nowadays #3)

User Review  - Jenten0018 - Goodreads

I love this series. Its a great book and has very likable and funny characters. My only thing is that I think they could have stretched it out and develop the characters more. Read full review

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A manga artist for over ten years, Yuu Watase's debut came in 1989 at the age of 18 when her short story Pajama de Ojama (An Intrusion in Pajamas) appeared in the monthly Sh?jo Comic manga anthology. Since then she has written and drawn some 50 volumes worth of different short stories and long-running manga series, including the fantastically popular Fushigi Y?gi, also available in English from VIZ. Her works have provided the basis for two television series, an OVA series, anime soundtrack CDs, and a string of novels.

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