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Kiss Him, Not Me Vol. 10 Kindle & comiXology
|Length: 160 pages|
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The replacement, though not quite as bad, is still very loose on about half of the book. (Pictures included) Since they aren't completely removed from the spine yet, I'll just glue it back myself rather than go through another return.
I've purchased the rest of this series and haven't had a problem like this, so I'm not sure what it is about the disappointing binding issues on this particular volume. So I suppose it's just something to be wary of.
His performance skills have him fitting in quickly, and his access to behind-the-scenes information and people make him attractive, but there are hints that he’s got a scheme in mind that might take advantage of Kae’s kindness. This plot gives more insight into what all these boys (and a girl) see in Kae without her having to do much but be nice. She’s treated as more of a prize than a person, but I didn’t mind that much, because I enjoy the depiction of various fan events that came with the story. For example, the live performance she and her friends attend gives amusing insight into how fan culture displays in other cultures, particularly given Kae’s exaggerated reactions.
Since this is a comedy manga, things go too far, leading to a cliffhanger where once again, Kae’s gang of suitors have to try to save her from her naivete. And there were plenty of funny moments getting to that point as well. (Review originally posted at ComicsWorthReading.com.)