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Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches 1 Paperback – March 31, 2015
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About the Author
Miki Yoshikawa is the author of Flunk Punk Rumble, which has not been released in the United States. She was also an assistant on Hiro Mashima's Fairy Tail.
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Top Customer Reviews
Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches is primarily a comedy, and is a breath of fresh air for someone who doesn't particularly like how manga relationships tend to either be super repressed or illegal (not so into people crushing on their little sisters; and no, a "first cousin raised as my sister" doesn't make it better). It has harem aspects (in that a number of people are attracted to the main character), but despite all the kissing the love story is pretty stably focused on the main character and his love interest. Highly recommended.
The main story has to dow with some body swapping. As far as stories like this go, I actually found it pretty entertaining. The main cast is relatively small at this point, so the few cast members that are present are given some time to breathe and grow a little. It helps a lot. The manga-ka takes her time developing things, and revealing what is going on. There is also a heavy focus on comedy. Most of it is effective, and the general tone of the book is pretty up beat and easy. There is some mild fan service in this volume, but most of it is used for comedic effect.
The art is attractive and expressive. Not just in the facial features, but in the whole characters' body. This is key to helping keep the reader clued in to who is in whose body. All of the characters are distinct and easy to identify. There are not a ton of backgrounds, or background detail, but for a book that focuses more on characters talking, they aren't really missed.
In the end I would recommend Yamada-Kun and the Seven Witches. It's fun, light and so far, pretty inoffensive. Give it a go. Who knows, you might like it.
I wasn’t really sure what to expect from this. It sounded fun, intriguing. The artwork looked pretty, and it definitely is.
While this is probably an odd comparison, since I have read very little and seen very little of the authors work, it reminds me of the style of Fairy Tail/Raven Master. The dramatic comedy and facial expressions, even the echi and pervy moments, felt very similar to that authors work. So, I guess, a recommendation, if you like one or the other?
This is about two people who accidentally kiss and switch bodies. The girl is very studious and quiet, and only cares about school, doesn’t even care about the kissing and switching. Whereas the boy freaks out. But it works out, because the girl is being bullied and he takes care of it, and he sucks at school so she takes care of that.
I don’t think we’ve really gotten into the witches part of the series, and I’m intrigued to see where that goes. But I did enjoy the characters we’ve met so far, and I like the two main characters. And it had a Fairy Tail feel, which I liked.
This isn’t at the top of my list, but I liked it enough to pick up the next one when I get the chance. And I’m sure a lot of other people will really like it.
[More of my reviews are available on my blog, Geeky Reading, to which there's a link on my profile.]