Ouran High Host Club, Volume 16 (Ouran High School Host Club #16)
I am not going to spend a long time on this. Like most manga series, I have been disappointed toward the end. Although the characters were great (well, most anyway. The main character wasn't a very bright one), especially the twins, I had trouble staying awake (and not because I was deadly tired from all the Christmas decorating!!) The first book wasn't very bright either, where the characters came across as very shallow. Then, the following eight were good but the rest was the same thing over a ...more
Two more volumes to go!! I can't wait to see how this series ends!
But what happened at the end of chapter 72 **wink**
The real dra ...more
Ouran High School is abuzz with the news of the impending duel, and bets have even been placed. But no one can predict how the duel indeed ends.
April arrives, and time for the new school year, but the door to Music Room 3 remains locked…
So much is changing, more than friends graduating and moving on. Tamaki has been a ...more
The first episode has Hunny and Mori’s fight, which Mori wins, allowing him to tell Hunny to remember to brush his teeth, cut his cake intake by 90% and to not take Bun-bun to uni. It also has Haruhi and Tamaki accidently nearly kiss when they pick Haruhi’s cookies off the floor.
In the second episode Tamaki is finally allowed to move into the main Suoh mansion. I was suspicious about this from the momen ...more
Compared to the anime, the manga had far more details and other stories involved.
Ok enough with the anime.
As i mentioned before the plot is a comedy, cheesy romantic, gender-bender...
Haruhi is a scholarship student at an exclusive rich high school called Ouran ...more
Today's post is on Ouran High School Host Club volume 16 by Bisco Hatori. It is 183 pages long and is published by Shojo Beat. The cover has Hunny and Mori on it looking sweet. As it is the sixteenth in the series you need to have read the first fifteen to understand the story. There is no language, no sex, and no violence in this book. The story is mostly told from Haruhi's perspective. There Be Spoilers Ahead.
From the back of the book- The two senior members of the Host Club are graduating and ...more
The reason I’m rating this lower than I’ve rated this series in the past is because this volume was full of a lot of stuff I just didn’t care about. I can remember when Fruits Basket was concluding and I could barely keep my nose out of those. I was so hooked. Even though this manga has really stepped things up in the past few volumes, some of it is just not that interesting to me.
Tamaki’s grandmother is made of evil. Actually, pretty much his who ...more
The first chapter was really good, until it ended, at which point one of the biggest flaws in the manga was highlighted: Hatori's inability to change the status quo. In the very early volumes, it was mentioned at once that the passage of time was going to be ignored, which struck me then and now as pretty sloppy writing, particularly when the passage of time could ...more
Haruhi's reaction to Tamaki is this volume makes me uncomfortable. (view spoiler)[Yes, she's finally realized her attraction to him, but that's problematic to me s ...more
Dawwwww Mori and Hunny's fight was so true to who they are! I was worried at first but the ending of that sequence was great ^_^
I HATE TAMAKI'S GRANDMA!!! He is such a pure, kind soul, and she just poisons him and yet he remains optimistic! ... Gwaahhh it kills me to see him trying so hard and doing everything he can to please her, to no avail. Come on, Tamaki! Stand up to her! Show her that you have the strength of will, vision and leadership to run the company!
Having broken a priceless vase, Haruhi Fujioka is in debt to the host club, and this romantic comedy series follows her as she tries to pay it back.
This volume covers Hunny and Mori's graduation, and the events that come after it. I can't really say much more without spoiling.
Let's just say my little heart is breaking. ;A;
I DON'T KNOW WHO TO TRUST. Perhaps I wasn't wrong about the chairman being sinister, after all! D:
On a side note, ...more
Mori and Bunny's supposed split makes the front page of the school newspaper (we also get to see what their dads look like!) causing a school wide stir. Of course the fight takes place on the classic windswept ridge! The reason why Mori wanted to fight Bunny....hysterical!
Haruhi and Tamaki accidentally kiss...you can imagine where this goes. Haoru gate crashes Kyoya's bedroom while he's sleeping. Tamaki is told he is going to live at Suoh Mansion #1.
Tamaki drops a ...more
Después de un beso accidental entre Haruhi y Tamaki ninguno de los dos sabe como actuar, pero cuando la noticia de que Tamaki por fin será aceptado en la primer mansión este accidente se olvida para solo dar paso a la incerti ...more
The extra chapters are adorable as well, especially the one about Haruhi's parents back when they first started dating. Interesting stuff! All in all, for a series sliding into home base, ...more
Mori challenges Honey to a battle because he has something to say to Honey and he will only say that if he wins.
In this book we are introdued to Honey and Mori's parents who are nothing like Honey and Mori.
Honey's father accuses Mori because he challenges Honey but Mori's father reminds him the number of things Mori has done for Honey and thy are epically funny!
When Mori challenged Honey i thought he had something very serious to say but the thi ...more
Cerita tambahan tentang orangtua Haruhi juga menarik. Sifat Haruhi mirip bener deh sama emaknya. Bedanya ibunya ternyata penyuka cowok imut dan polos dan juga lebih aktif. Persamaannya sih, sama-sama pintar dan terjebak dengan laki-laki yang ya gitu deh hahaha (∩_∩)
Bisco Hatori born August 30 is a Japanese manga artist. Bisco Hatori is a pseudonym; she states that the name has special meaning to her. She has worked for such magazines as LaLa. Her manga debut was A Moment of Romance in LaLa DX. Her first series was Millennium Snow. However, the comedy Ouran High School Host Club is her breakout hit.