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Tenken's Smile 2009-05-26 20:16

Papillon - Hana to Chou
The newest manga series by Miwa Ueda (yes, it's Peach Girl's author) that is currently published by Del Rey Manga (USA).

What do you guys think about the series so far?

Me, I think the plot is very similar to Peach Girl; the main characters highly resemble those in PG, too. Though the story has taken several surprise turns, so far I think that if the author doesn't develop the plot to be significantly different from PG, it will be boring soon....

Now poll's time! :P It's not about "whom should Ageha choose?" but "Which one do YOU prefer?" :D

>>> I think Hayato (the counselor) is a better guy.

Though Ryuusei is quite a gentleman, he's just as excessively naive as Toji in PG.

About Hayato Ichijiku (the counselor): so far he's been a very interesting character who cracks me up so many times! LOL ...
Judging from his emotions and reactions when he's with Ageha, I bet he has a past just as complicated as Kiley's (Kairi's) in PG! He definitely does!
Otherwise, how come a guy like him goes for 24 years without a girlfriend? Just wait and see! :P

KimmyChan 2009-05-28 06:51

I too also prefer Hayato Ichijiku in this new series aswell :)

I think it's a great new series by Miwa Ueda, as I'm a huge fan of her Peach Girl series anyway :)

Tenken's Smile 2009-05-28 21:52

Something to think about:


But then, it's hard to tell whom Ageha will end up with because in volume 4,


KimmyChan 2009-06-01 04:57

I wanna start buying & reading this series very soon, of which I will :D

Tenken's Smile 2009-06-04 14:18

Oy, the heroines in Ueda's manga are always the touchy, hypersentitive crybaby type who - with their tears - elicit sympathy from the males. For example: whenever Momo or Ageha cries, sure there's a boy there to hug her. I'm tired of this pattern. Can the females just STOP crying over every little thing?!

Second, it bothers me, the fact that Ageha had to change her appearance in order to be loved.
I'd like it much better if the author let boys fall in love with her regardless of her looks.

KimmyChan 2009-06-05 05:39

I can totally relate to the touchy, hypersentitive crybaby type completely in her works :D

Tenken's Smile 2009-08-31 13:19

There's a Papillon fan page on Facebook: :D

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