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Shugo Chara!, Vol. 8: With a Little Help From Their Friends (Shugo Chara! #8)

4.35 of 5 stars 4.35  ·  rating details  ·  1,800 ratings  ·  10 reviews

Ikuto has disappeared, and it’s up to Amu and her fellow Guardians to save him. But what about Tadase’s mysterious past with Ikuto? And what does that mean for Amu and Tadase’s relationship? Plus, Rima learns the truth about Nagihiko’s double life!

Includes special extras after the story!
Paperback, 178 pages
Published January 26th 2010 by Del Rey Books (first published December 5th 2008)
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One of the weaker Shugo Chara volumes, as the majority of the volume focused on either flashbacks or expositions. Humor was also sorely missing, as I feel that comedy and art are the series strong points. As opposed to story since it's generally just about "You can find your true self and dream within yourself, long as you believe!," which can feel a bit repetitive. Instead, everything was serious as things are ratcheting up for the final battle against Easter. It's still hard to believe a ...more
God, missunderstanding get all twisted in this book. It's a no brainer that Tadase hates Ikuto. I just wonder why Ikuto never stood up for himself and said sorry. Seriously! It's ridiculous how everyone thinks he's the bad guy.
Shealea Iral
Pretty cover... but the story itself was pretty meh. I still find Amu unlikable. That's not really new, but yeah. 2 stars, yay.
I think this comic is fun to read because it has lots of intresting parts which are pretty funny!

Damn it why did the library only have up to eight volumes -.-
this manga is good and the anime is also very exciting to watch
Mar 05, 2010 Susan707 added it
Recommends it for: manga fans
Recommended to Susan707 by: library
Shelves: awesome-manga
very colorful cover. don't you think it's pretty :p
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