Kodocha: Sana's Stage, Vol. 10
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Kodocha: Sana's Stage, Vol. 10 (Kodomo no Omocha: 10-volume edition #10)

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Take one young actress used to getting her way, add a handful of ruthless bullies, some humorous twists, and a plastic toy hammer, and you've got the recipe for one crazy story Kodocha follows the antics of Sana, a spoiled 11-year-old TV star, and Hayama, a 6th grade Machiavelli who terrorizes both his teachers and his classmates. In their classroom war of wills, Sana and...more
Paperback, 200 pages
Published November 11th 2003 by Tokyopop (first published January 12th 1999)
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Gebby Berri
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Kodocha was the first manga I ever picked up, and ten something years later I still love the series. I watched the anime, too, but it will never quite add up to the manga series (it stuck to more childish plotlines where the manga grew up with the characters and became more serious...AHEM volume 8).

What a happy and wonderful ending to this shoujo manga. I laughed, I teared up, I got frustrated, I smiled. Thank you Miho Obana for coming up with such original characters and for illustrating them s...more
I seriously loved this manga! It had everything, romance, drama, humor! One of my all time favourites for sure!
Rizki Aksari
its so amazing. how sweet~^^ I wish it still didn't end. I really wanted to know what happens when they grew up? (again lol)
sebenarnya ini komik udah pernah gw baca, tapi udah lama. makanya gw baca ulang lagi. tapi tetap ngeselin pas Hayama dan Fuuka jadian. rasanya pengen gw gaplok si Hayama, bisa-bisanya cari pelarian. dan Sana juga terlalu ga peka juga #plak

menurut gw komik ini bagus kok buat dibaca, awalnya emank ngebosenin tapi pas udah pertengahan buat ketagihan lanjut baca. hehehehe...
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Kristelle Elaine
I soo loved this manga. I loved the art though it looked pretty much old for today’s generation. I loved the story. I laughed, became sad and even shed one to four drops of tears haha. I really enjoyed it!!
Aug 04, 2011 Sara added it
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What a cute and funny little series! :D I enjoyed reading this, though I was out of the target age group by the time I got to it.
April*procrastinator and proud*
i love this its so cute!
it goes through fromt he being 12 all the way to first year high school.!
omg i LOVE this series!!! The anime was AMAZING but the book is FABOLOUSLY AMAZINGLY AWESOME!!!
Great ending! everything resolves beautifully in a manga-type-of-way.. :DD i love Kodocha! :):)
Great ending for this series!
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Miho Obana (小花美穂, born April 26, 1970) is a shōjo manga artist born in Tokyo, Japan.
She began her manga career as an assistant to Momoko Sakura, creator of Chibi Maruko-chan. She debuted in 1990 with the (one-shot manga) Mado no Mukō, which was published in the autumn 1990 issue of Ribon Bikkuri. Soon, stories from her started appearing in Ribon Original and in the regular Ribon magazine too.
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