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Old 2012-05-08, 12:58   Link #1
ellifeedn
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Should I read this series?

I've heard of this series called "Oh My Goddess" and I wanted to know if it's worth reading.
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Old 2012-05-08, 13:02   Link #2
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If you mean Ah! My goddess, sure...it's worth a read, if you like its genre.
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Old 2012-05-08, 13:02   Link #3
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It's okay but it drags on and on.

Read Ranma 1/2 instead. lol
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Old 2012-05-08, 13:02   Link #4
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While I haven't read this manga but only look at the reviews, I think the story is indeed worth reading, despite having a large amount of volumes (40 volumes I think and it's ongoing) and has a dated artstyle (released in 1989). Oh! My Goddess is one of many classic romances that make you hook, and has a simplistic story (college guy meet 3 goddesses). Unfortunately, if you are looking the same stuff the manga offers, you may be tired over and over again so it's better to read short stories with newer concepts you may never heard before.
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