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Kujibiki Unbalance 2 (Kujibiki Unbalance #2)

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Chihiro, Koyuki, Tokino, and Renko have been chosen to lead the next student council at the exclusive Rikkyoin High School. As president, the hapless Chihiro must learn how to be a true leader. But when his fellow student council members are kidnapped, Chihiro faces his first major challenge. Will Chihiro prove he has what it takes to be a great student body presi
Paperback, 205 pages
Published December 30th 2008 by Del Rey (first published 2007)
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Oct 29, 2010 Chibineko rated it liked it
I wasn't estatic about the first volume of this series. It stumbled around quite a bit and it relied too heavily on moe, Genshiken & fanservice to propel it's readers along. (It originally started as a parody of manga stereotypes in the Genshiken manga, so it also relied on fans picking the books up to complete their Genshiken set.) The second volume isn't perfect, but the stories are more in theme with the original series. This volume reaches back to it's parody roots and embraces it rather ...more
The last volume, and another over the top one. Dear Lord, we get everything thrown at us. Spies, Ninjas, Kidnapping and of course Ri-chan's and Chihiro's and Tokino's shared past.

It was an interesting volume, and one that I liked better than the previous volume. While this one was a bit overkill with the amount of stuff we get thrown at us, it was still good. I especially liked that we found out more about Koyuki and her family, and also finally have a conclusion on the whole Ri-chan stuff. Of
Jan 09, 2009 Trip rated it liked it
It's the manga of the anime that the fictional characters in a different manga watch, which should get at least a bronze medal for meta-ness. In itself, it's entertaining, but not exceptional except perhaps in its level of implied violence -- lots of high school manga have people running around with swords, but not so many with sub-machine guns.
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Shimoku Kio (木尾 士目) is a Japanese manga artist best known for his manga Genshiken, which was originally serialized in the Afternoon Magazine. It was later published in Japan by Kodansha, which produces Afternoon Magazine, and by Del Rey in the United States. Genshiken is an anime, manga, and light novel series about a college otaku club and its members.
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