• Title: Girl Friends [ガールフレンズ], Volume 3
  • Author: Milk Morinaga 森永 みるく
  • ISBN: 9784575836738
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Girl Friends Volume At first glance Mari Kumakura is a rather plain ordinary looking girl who s grades are at the top of her class She has very few friends is normally rather shy and eats lunch by herself One day sh
    At first glance, Mari Kumakura is a rather plain, ordinary looking girl who s grades are at the top of her class She has very few friends, is normally rather shy, and eats lunch by herself One day, she is approached by the super cute, super popular Akko Oohashi, who claims she wants to be friends Mari is at first very suspicious of her true intentions, but eventually coAt first glance, Mari Kumakura is a rather plain, ordinary looking girl who s grades are at the top of her class She has very few friends, is normally rather shy, and eats lunch by herself One day, she is approached by the super cute, super popular Akko Oohashi, who claims she wants to be friends Mari is at first very suspicious of her true intentions, but eventually comes to realize she s not a bad person After a hair cut and some fashion tips, Akko quickly transforms Mari into one of the cutest girls in the school In no time, Mari and Akko are best friends, but unbeknownst to Akko, Mari starts to develop feelings that are than just friends.

    One Reply to “Girl Friends [ガールフレンズ], Volume 3”

    1. OMG This is getting kind of cute guys. Akko and Mari-Chan. Surprisingly, I am enjoying this. I didn't expect to from the first two but now the story picks up a little. It really creates a nice sense of high school tension which I have forgotten completely about. The tension and the characters are really going somewhere. Poor Mari-Chan!I can't wait to continue.

    2. As t.A.T.u.'s song "Obezyanka Nol" eloquently put it: "The clouds foolishly miss each other." These two bokes are just not having their kimochi reach each other! Despite the mounting tension, the characters and plot continue to be KAWAIIIIIII~~~ and the artwork is consistently well-done. Both Mari and Akko are well-drawn, as are other characters.

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