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So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 14 Paperback – August 1, 2017
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About the Author
Go Ikeyamada is a Gemini from Miyagi Prefecture whose hobbies include taking naps and watching movies. Her debut manga Get Love!! appeared in Shojo Comic in 2002, and her current work So Cute It Hurts!! (Kobayashi ga Kawai Suguite Tsurai!!) is published by VIZ Media.
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The title of this series really says it all. If you enjoy a fun cute story about high school and first loves and some switching twin fun, you'll enjoy this series.
This series has been with a lot of ups and downs, especially on Matsu's side of the story. But I love how each character is developed and that their relationships are developing slowly. I am looking forward to the next volume.
Mitsuru, on the other hand, is the face of doom, as his first crush Shino has been seen kissing another boy, an older one in college. In order to find out what’s going on, he convinces his sister that they should cross-dress and switch places again (because that’s the original premise, so they’re nodding back to it). That’s one aspect of this series I’ve found pleasantly surprising, that the original relationships may not be the ones we end up with.
Much of volume 5 is thus focused on Shino and this new boy, their history together and whether things can work out for them. Everyone is so nice, with the conflict being that people keep taking themselves out of potential relationships because they don’t want to burden others. “I know they could never love me”, they say, self-effacingly, so it’s up to their friends to encourage and reassure them. It’s so soft and fuzzy, as a reader, to see these characters wishing the best for each other, working for their happiness and trying to protect them.
So Cute It Hurts!! is a very straightforward series, with plot elements spelled out to readers and hints dropped obviously. People know their weaknesses and tell others how they’re working to overcome them. It’s a good read for younger teens or pre-teens for that reason. (The publisher provided a review copy. Review originally posted at ComicsWorthReading.com.)