She loves him so much that she basically Me and my manga-reading aunt both love this series. I must say that it is impossible for me to become like Hikaru Genji. The genre of the manga matches the dialogue really well. Apr 26, Fangirl Musings rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: You need to login to do this. The manga ended on February 13, , with 36 volumes to its name.
Actually, a lot of work and polishing. Often, Sunako is shown as an exaggerated version of her true self that looks like a female version Cartman from Southpark. Other books in the series. View all 3 comments. I’m so so sorry, I didn’t like this. It keeps you stuck to reading the same page over and over again. Sangat bisa ngurangin strez..
It showed how Sunako really love scary stuff.
Where can I watch episodes of “The Wallflower” or “Yamato Nadeshiko Shichi Henge” subbed?
The genre of the manga matches the dialogue really well. Recommended to Tracy by: Definitely recommended for anyone who likes manga or funny reads. I’m not a huge fan of the art, but I love the ridiculous plot so far.
Maybe reading this after Death Note, did vitiate it. Don’t get me wrong, things I recently bought all 36 volumes of this manga at Boston Anime, so I’ll be working my way through this series! When the two first meet, they are incontrolable and ungiving but bit by bit, Sunako softens up to Kyohei at lets him enter her space as they have similar likings such as horror movies anc ecetera but both are unknown to their similarities.
May 27, Luna rated it really liked it Shelves: I can relate to Sunako’s character. Two years pass, and Sunako’s aunt decides she needs help making her niece into a respectable young lady.
The Wallflower is about Sunako Nakahara, whose first love, in response to her confession told her “I don’t like ugly girls”. The art is decent and the writing is fun and funny. Goth girl vs the pretty boys. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other books in the series.
How hard can it be? Apr 30, Jessica-Robyn rated it really liked it Shelves: Well, no offense to the guy playing Kyohei, but in terms of looks I think Hiroki is fit for the role since he’s the most handsome of the four guys.
shicgi Tomoko Hayakawa has a whacked out, belly achingly funny sense of humor–and the result is this clever series that twists common horror tropes into comedic plots. Especially when our girl, Sunako, is a agoraphobic, horror flick fanatic, and introverted recluse, whose face hasn’t seen the light of day since years. But he looks best as a girl!
YNSH is absolutely hysterical although chibi! You are happy watching horror Well-executed but incredibly shallow comedy about four cool and attractive teen boys who can score free rent if they transform the socialite landlady’s grubby, horror-loving niece into a “lady”. And boy, do they really need the free rent!
When reading about ridiculousness and prettiness one should always be humming this: The sensitive ringleader, Takenaga Oda. When the going gets rough, it’s time to turn to manga!
I can’t wait to read volume 2!
Enter Sunako Nakahara, the agoraphobic, horror-movie-loving, pockmark-faced, frizzy-haired, fashion-illiterate recluse who tends to break into explosive nosebleeds whenever she sees anyone attractive. But I think that’s just how Japanese portray the cassanovas of their country, I just have this notion that cassanovas are less feminine.
I also like that the four boys eventually partly accepted Sunako for being herself instead of pushing her to be the perfect lady like her aunt would have desired. The best way to describe The Wallflower is bizzaro and effing hilarious.
If they fail, they must pay triple rent for the accommodations they have used. Life lesson from The Wallflower 1: The series is about a girl named Sunako who has epjsode all things beautiful including caring about herself ever since the first boy she told she loved called her ugly.
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