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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Rumiko Takahashi
  • ISBN:
    1417662204
  • ISBN13:
    978-1417662203
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  • Publisher:
    San Val (July 2004)
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    Literature & Fiction
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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From the creator of RANMA 1/2 and INUYASHA comes one of Rumiko Takahashi's most beloved series, the . Book 6 of 15 in the Maison Ikkoku Series.

From the creator of RANMA 1/2 and INUYASHA comes one of Rumiko Takahashi's most beloved series, the romantic (sort of) comedy MAISON IKKOKU.

Book in the Maison Ikkoku Viz 1st Ed. Series). Not to mention the horrible way he got it! (yeee-uck!) But still, this one has great laughs. Select Format: Paperback.

Maison Ikkoku is a manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits from November 15, 1980 to April 20, 1987

Maison Ikkoku is a manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Big Comic Spirits from November 15, 1980 to April 20, 1987. It has been adapted into an anime series and a live action film and two episode TV drama. The plot follows Yusaku Godai, a rōnin who resides in an old apartment complex named Maison Ikkoku as he studies for the university entrance exam.

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Rumiko Takahashi (Author, Illustrator). Maison Ikkoku: Empty Nest 5. Rumiko Takahashi. Maison Ikkoku: v. 13 (Maison Ikkoku (Paperback)). Maison Ikkoku Volume 7: v. 7 (MANGA).

Maison Ikkoku Completed . Author: TAKAHASHI Rumiko. Comedy Drama Romance Seinen Slice of Life.

This is a complete list of chapters for the Japanese manga series Maison Ikkoku, written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi and serialized in Big Comic Spirits from November 15, 1980 to April 20, 1987. The first collected volume was published in Japan on May 1, 1982 under the "Big S Comics" label published by Shogakukan, with the final volume being published on July 1, 1987.

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Moonshaper
In my estimation this is Rumiko Takahashi crown jewel. As a passionate believer in true love and romance, I consider Maison Ikkoku one of the most romantic stories I have ever read (and I have read many). Even after all these years it brings tears to my eyes, watching how the lives of Yusaku and Kioko become intertwined just as I have seen in my own life with members of my family and friends. This manga rivals many great romantic stories and movies involving real actors. This is a must have. It will touch your heart.

It is among the great love stories that withstand the pass of time. It is a must have. Buy the complete series !! You won't regret it.
Fararala
The funniest scene in this book is the "hickey" drama, and how much trouble it brought Godai... Not to mention the horrible way he got it! (yeee-uck!) But still, this one has great laughs. Kyoko's actions seem pretty internally inconsistent IMO, because she does not seem to be okay with either Mitaka nor Godai having possible romantic interests besides herself, but at the same time she seems to have no problem with the fact that she's keeping two swains on the line herself... OTOH, in real life, people aren't as consistent as computers, and so it makes the manga seem both more real, and also gives plenty of laughs, I'm all for it.
Lli
In a way, it's too bad that this *is* the last book of the series. (Since this happens to be one of my favourite mangas.) On the other hand, it's nice to see Godai finally expressing his true feelings towards Kozue... And much later on, towards Kyoko as well. My all-time favourite romantic line is in there as well, the one in which Godai tries to explain what his lady love is like. To paraphrase it: "She's jealous, icy, etc., etc. ... But when she laughs, the world is his." Especially touching, also, is the request Kyoko makes of Godai after he proposes. Of course he can't grant that, but it's so like Kyoko to ask. This volume is a satisfying conclusion of the series, and I'm glad it ends the way it does. And 'Haruka' is a nice name, isn't it?
Iaran
Not only one of the best manga written, but a fabulous and unexpectedly subtle love comedy with memorable characters. Kyoko is one of the most intriguingly flawed heroines I've ever read, and yet you love her as much as Godai does.
Read it. And you'll re-read it many times.
Felolak
As mentioned in earlier reviews, the saga of Maison Ikkoku is a very funny romantic comedy written for people old enough to understand how difficult romance can be. However, this particular edition is flawed in that it leaves out some chapters. By the end of Volume 2, eight chapters are missing. This leads to situations in which the characters refer to earlier events that do not exist.

Both this, and a more complete later edition, were published by Viz, but only the later edition is complete. It is a shame, because this edition is larger and, if that is your inclination, flipped so reading order is from left to right. The later edition has smaller pages and is unflipped (reading order from right to left). It seems, you can either have nice big pages reading from left to right or you can have the complete story.

I prefer the complete story.

If you also want the full story, you will need to go to Viz.com, search for Maison Ikkoku there and get the ISBN. Then, you can search Amazon.com under that ISBN. At least, when I did it, the later Viz edition did not show up when I searched using Maison Ikkoku. If you are looking specifically for Volume 2, the ISBN is 1591160995.
Sagda
Great story, just amazing. The only thing I didn't like is this particular volume is different. I ordered volume 8 and 9, the ending half of volume 8 is the beginning half of volume 9. Please make sure you are ordering from the same publisher if you're ordering the entire series.
Karg
Maison Ikkoku is the first and best manga I have ever read. When I picked up the book, I could not stop reading until I got to the end. The characters are very funny. Even though, there is not much action, the characters' conversations with each other are very comical and entertaining.The artwork is wonderful,too. This manga is very creative and original.
great book and great price. Really enjoying reading it. I like the series. look forward to more books by this author.