Yomi Hirasaka is an author of light novels whose best known work, Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends, has been adapted into two hit manga series and an anime.
Itachi is a Japanese manga artist who is best known for Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends
I guess I just built it up in my head a bit too much.
The story overall is very funny, touching, and the art is very interesting, a few outcasts with very unique personas in a mix makes for a great story.
I bought this book out of whim with a gift card I received for Christmas, and when I got it, I immediately started reading it.
So I got this book at the bookstore a few days ago, I had been meaning to buy it for awhile because the premise seems very adorable. Unfortunately the story is not adorable at all. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Rachel
If you've watched the Anime before reading this you will find that certain things are explained better in the Manga.Published 1 month ago by Steve Duvall
Not my style of story. It's rather boring and not worth the expensive price. Although I love the beautiful art style and colors I won't purchase any more of this series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Rin-Rin Ichinose
The artwork is good however the story is just plain boring. There's not much to like. Sorry. Wish I could have said something better.Published 2 months ago by Justin
its in great condition when it came in and its what I wanted. I love the product, and nobody recommended itPublished 6 months ago by Nickolas S. Sine
It seems funny so far. I haven't had much time to read it yet but it seems good and reminds me of the manga with Suzimia Haruhi.Published 7 months ago by Usagi
The story overall is very funny, touching, and the art is very interesting, a few outcasts with very unique personas in a mix makes for a great story. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Azure
For starters when I first received the manga I wasn't too happy about the condition, it didn't look new but it was great. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ty
Bought one whim. Very oddly paced. Yet at the end of the first volume, I wished I had sprung for volume 2 as well. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Geoffrey Pursel