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So Cute It Hurts!!, Vol. 6 (Volume 6) Paperback – Illustrated, 5 April 2016
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The Kobayashi twins, Megumu and Mitsuru, were named after historical figures, but only Megumu has grown up with a taste for history. So when Mitsuru is in danger of losing his weekends to extra history classes, he convinces his sister to swap clothes with him and ace his tests! After all, how hard can it be for them to play each other?
Megumu is thinking about a career as a manga artist, but as Mitsuru so helpfully points out, her drawing skills could use a lot of improvement. That doesn’t dim her enthusiasm, and she vows to practice drawing every day. But her first sketching session in a park is interrupted by an intense young man, who goes ballistic when he sees the portrait of Aoi in her sketchbook! Who is this stranger, and why does he want to destroy her boyfriend?!
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- Publisher : VIZ Media LLC; Illustrated edition (5 April 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1421579901
- ISBN-13 : 978-1421579900
- Reading age : 13 - 16 years
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 1.52 x 19.05 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 399,773 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In this volume the reader finds out that Megu is exceptionally good at drawing history comics so she tries drawing people as well. The faces are usually wonderful but she has no idea of how to draw a human body whatsoever. Her drawings were so funny.
There's a new protagonist making his debut on this volume but uhm... don't know what to think about him.
I really like the part about Azusa and Mitsuru where he declares that he will protect her.
Maybe the story could be a little more fast because I'm reading a lot of pages and nothing really happens. (less)
I am also glad to see that Mitsuru and Azuza seem like they will be a good match and help each other heal and open up to others respectively. This relationship has really started to grow on me.
Though not the most exciting volume it is hinting at upcoming drama, so stay tuned folks!