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At Full Moon 2 Paperback – January 24, 2012
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The stories in this volume take themselves a lot less seriously than the previous volume, focusing on our newlywed couple dealing with the cutest stalker ever, Marlo potentially losing the ability to change back to a male, and an attempt at having a successful romantic rendezvous. It's much more playful than the previous volume, which actually helps to establish this as more of a different series entirely. Until The Full Moon did have its cute moments, but it was more serious than comedy.
If you're someone that's hoping that this will turn into the previous series, then you're better off hoping for it to rain zero calorie cupcakes. It's just not going to happen. If you're wanting something brainless and fluffy, this is actually not that bad of a read and I can't help but wish that Matoh had made this into a series with a completely different cast of characters rather than make it about the UTFM characters. On its own it would have been a far better series, but as part of a broader series it just feels tepid.
I've discovered that this seems to be just a 2 volume series instead of an ongoing manga that will span more volumes. I'm glad that this isn't a long running series because it doesn't have enough gusto to warrant multiple volumes, but I'm a bit disappointed because well... this really wasn't a very strong offering by Matoh.Read more ›
The art does not have the same feeling as the previous series and took a little getting used to. The story line is ok and I would have given the whole book a 3 1/2 star rating if possible.
If another book comes out I will probably buy it but would not be at the top of my list.