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Love Hina Bd. 04 (Love Hina #4)

3.91 of 5 stars 3.91  ·  rating details  ·  1,579 ratings  ·  14 reviews

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Artikelnummer: 6614048
EAN Nummer: 9783898853309

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Taschenbuch, 192 pages
Published January 31st 2003 by Ehapa Comic Collection - Egmont Manga & Anime (first published May 30th 2001)
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Robert Beveridge
Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina vol. 4 (Tokyopop, 1999)

Oh, Akamatsu-sensei, why'd you have to do it? Here I am all happy that I've found my favorite manga since I discovered Bleach, and you had to go and toss in a super-animal. Worse yet, you had to do so in a volume where the plot seems strained as it is; this is a lot more contrived than earlier volumes (and given how contrived some of the situations get, that's really saying something). I'm not going to stop reading the series, because I still love t
The Hinata house is about to get some new tenants. Keitaro tries to find a part-time job. Naru's old tutor and secret crush, Seita Noriyasu, stops by with his adopted daughter Sarah, a spunky 7-year-old American. With Naru's affections drifting to the charismatic older Seita, Keitaro is in danger of losing his one true love. As if things aren't crazy enough, there's a new pet in the Hinata House as well -- a flying sea turtle named Tama-chan, who loves to chase the girls around. What to expect f ...more
la suite ! la suite !
2007 bookcrossing:

I read this during the afternoon as I was in the mood for something light. Manga's a funny one. The way they over dramatise people's reactions; such as seeing these girls kick the living daylights out of guys because they insulted them. All very silly. And slightly kinky - like it's helping teenagers deal with their hormones through the comics or something!!!

Thing is, as silly as it all is with pyschotic teenage girls and flying turtles, I do feel like I want to know what happ
Kelley Ross
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Annchan Maulana
i watch the anime version :
it is about a boy name Urashima Keitaro who became girls's dorm caretaker, since he fails his ent-exams into Tokyo University for the 2nd time and officially an unemployed plus his parents kicked him out of the house ^_^"
And the story begin ..
This is a cute enough series, and while it was entertaining it was also pretty shallow in the end. Bit too many obvious fan services like panty shots, and not enough story or character development to really be a great series.
Sam Brattle
Aug 20, 2013 Sam Brattle rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of manga and ken akamatsu
I love love hina and Ken Akamatsu so I give this volume of the manga 5 stars. it is funny, sweet and full of really likeable characters. A must read for manga fans.
Benjamin Plume
I really don't remember what happens in which volume, but the basic gist is all pretty much the same, and pretty funny.
Love Hina, Vol. 4 by Ken Akamatsu (2002)
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Ken Akamatsu (赤松 健, Akamatsu Ken, July 5, 1968 -) is a Japanese mangaka from Tokyo.

In his teenage years, Akamatsu failed the entrance exam to Tokyo University, and applied for Film Study instead (it is speculated that this is where he got the idea for Love Hina). Eventually, he became famous as an illustrator featured in Comiket (short for Comic Market, a comic convention bi-annually held in Japan
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