Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun

Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun

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Graphic Novel - 2015
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"To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table ... but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, the boy of Chiyo's dreams, is a manga artist ... a hugely popular shoujo manga artist, that is! But for someone who makes a living drawing sweet girly romances, Nozaki-kun is a little slow on the uptake when it comes to matters of the heart in reality. And so Chiyo's daily life of manga making and heartache begins!"--Page 4 of cover.
Publisher: New York, NY : Yen Press/Hachette Book Group, 2015
Edition: First Yen Press edition
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9780316309479
0316309478
Branch Call Number: GN TEEN MON v.1
Characteristics: 146 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 20 cm

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aranworld
Mar 24, 2019

My whole family watched the anime version of this together and we all LOVED the way the story plays with common gender stereotypes. This manga follows the anime very closely. It uses the 4-panel manga style. This format is another enjoyable way to enjoy this story, however, the abbreviated format makes some of the story a bit hard to follow. While the content is all ages, I think this would take a fairly sophisticated tween and up reader to really understand the storyline.

Watermelody Jan 12, 2018

A highly enjoyable read! Having picked it up because it looked interesting with a pleasing art-style, I had no idea what to expect, but the comical characters made me laugh out loud every couple of minutes. The simple but clever panelling also allowed me the luxury of picking it up and putting it down whenever I wanted (or rather, had to). I'm looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

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_abookworm_
May 21, 2017

Ah i just love it so much! Its one of my current favorites and has been for a while now. It's an absolutely hilarious manga and each chapter never fails to make me laugh. I wish it had a larger fanbase and if you're considering it for a read: JUST READ IT

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cocoamatei
Jan 31, 2017

This manga is hilarious! I just finished watching Junjou Romantica and Skeaiichi Hatsukoi at the time (where the characters worked in a manga publishing place) and I was really interested in the process. This book got me interested because Nozaki-kun is a mangaka, alongside some of the friends he makes along the way to help him out! Truly a good read!

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piraba
Aug 18, 2016

I was a huge fan of the anime when it came out, and the manga was currently published in Japanese at the time. All I had were scanlations. I'm glad they licensed the manga, and I went to buy the manga the day it came out. The manga is just as good as the anime, it's really funny and adorable, and layed out in 4-koma comic strip format. Love the art style and I love how they've added color pages in this manga. I would suggest this to anyone looking for a great slice of life and comedy anime/manga, and it teaches a lot about being a manga artist.

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