Q-ko-chan: The Earth Invader Girl, Volume 1

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Random House Publishing Group, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 199 pages
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In the near-future on planet Earth, a world gone mad where never-ending war is a fact of life, Kirio is the coolest kid at school. Up in the sky, a giant robot is fighting a fleet of gunships, but the brilliant and distant Kirio is far from fazed–until the battling ’bot makes an unexpected landing in Kirio’s front yard and rings the bell. But the worst threat for Kirio could be what stands on the other side of the door: an alien invader robot with the face of an adorable girl!

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Review: Q-Ko-Chan 1: The Earth Invader Girl (Q-Ko-Chan: The Earth Invader Girl #1)

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I absolutely loved Q-Ko-Chan volume 1 & 2, but I will keep my review for this volume. The artwork is stunning, the plot is slightly confusing in terms of the military of Earth, and the characters are ... Read full review

Review: Q-Ko-Chan 1: The Earth Invader Girl (Q-Ko-Chan: The Earth Invader Girl #1)

User Review  - Homo Sapien - Goodreads

Being an original story by the author/artist of Fooly Cooly you can expect this manga to be extremely zany and kind of confusing in regards to both the art and the story. The story of a robot girl ... Read full review


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