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Ken Akamatsu (赤松 健 Akamatsu Ken) is a celebratory mangaka (Manga auther/artist) from Tokyo. Love You, Love Hina, Negima!

Ken Akamatsu (赤松 健 Akamatsu Ken) is a celebratory mangaka (Manga auther/artist) from Tokyo. Love You, Love Hina, Negima! Magister Negi Magi, Hito Natsu no Kids Game, and Ground Defense Force! Mao-chan. Born July 5, 1968, in the Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan, Akamatsu applied himself to Film Study when in his teens

But if the Love Hina manga and anime are the same I didn't want to waste . So I got the first three volumes. Few manga series are as memorable as Love Hina

But if the Love Hina manga and anime are the same I didn't want to waste my time. Everybody I asked said the manga was better, the manga was better, the anime was great but the manga was better. The story in the manga goes fast, really fast. All the main characters are already at the dorm, even Shinobu, and the plot gets started in the very first few pages. Few manga series are as memorable as Love Hina. Ken Akamatsu's art is excellent and the characters are all lovable, interesting and never feel generic. I'm gradually collecting the entire manga series.

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Love Hina is a manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu

Love Hina is a manga series written and illustrated by Ken Akamatsu. The series was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine, premiering in the October 21, 1998 issue and running weekly until its conclusion with chapter 118 in the October 31, 2001 issue. The individual chapters were collected and published in 14 tankōbon volumes by Kodansha, with the first volume released on March 17, 1999 and the last released on January 17, 2002.

Ken Akamatsu, Love Hina, vol. 7 (Tokyopop, 1999). I've been thinking on and off about complaining about the incredible stupidity one finds here (and in most relationship comedies), that of the characters just being too stupid to actually talk to one another, but somewhere in the middle of this volume, I came to realize that, really, most of us were that stupid in high school. This excellent series continues in it's seventh volume. It's still as funny as ever. The love triangle deepens in this issue. Which girl is Keitaro's true love? If that's not enough to worry about, the Tokyo U entrance exam comes up again. I you enjoyed previous volumes of this series, you will enjoy this one, too.

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Love Hina, Volume 1 (Love Hina (Prebound)) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1417651115

ISBN: 1417651113

Author: Ken Akamatsu

Category: Graphic Novels

Subcategory: Manga

Language: English

Publisher: San Val (May 2002)

ePUB size: 1598 kb

FB2 size: 1339 kb

Rating: 4.6

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Zololmaran
I started collecting the Love Hina manga back in 2002 when it was just barely releasing outside of Japan. I'm glad I made that first purchase because it's a phenomenal series! It's funny, sad, and serious all in one (not in all of the same scenes, of course).

If you have yet to read this series, I can highly recommend it. Just don't expect any Naruto-like action because obviously, this isn't Naruto; it's a comedy/romance series. (Although, thanks to the character Motoko, there is some samurai related fighting at times, but it doesn't overshadow the main idea)
Zololmaran
I started collecting the Love Hina manga back in 2002 when it was just barely releasing outside of Japan. I'm glad I made that first purchase because it's a phenomenal series! It's funny, sad, and serious all in one (not in all of the same scenes, of course).

If you have yet to read this series, I can highly recommend it. Just don't expect any Naruto-like action because obviously, this isn't Naruto; it's a comedy/romance series. (Although, thanks to the character Motoko, there is some samurai related fighting at times, but it doesn't overshadow the main idea)
Buriwield
Most of the reviews have already given you a run down of the plot. Many of you either do not have the manga or want to get it but already have the anime series and movies, so why double up? That was my worry, so I asked around. Sure, I have the Tenchi Muyo anime and manga, but the manga starts after the anime. And sure I have the Oh My Goddess anime. movies and manga, but the manga has a lot more detail. But if the Love Hina manga and anime are the same I didn't want to waste my time. And money.

Everybody I asked said the manga was better, the manga was better, the anime was great but the manga was better. So I got the first three volumes.

The story in the manga goes fast, really fast. All the main characters are already at the dorm, even Shinobu, and the plot gets started in the very first few pages. There is lots of humor, fanservice, poor Keitaro getting abused and great artwork, so the rating of ages 16 and older is a good rule.

Unless the standards of the manga go down I will most likely end up trying to collect them all.
Buriwield
Most of the reviews have already given you a run down of the plot. Many of you either do not have the manga or want to get it but already have the anime series and movies, so why double up? That was my worry, so I asked around. Sure, I have the Tenchi Muyo anime and manga, but the manga starts after the anime. And sure I have the Oh My Goddess anime. movies and manga, but the manga has a lot more detail. But if the Love Hina manga and anime are the same I didn't want to waste my time. And money.

Everybody I asked said the manga was better, the manga was better, the anime was great but the manga was better. So I got the first three volumes.

The story in the manga goes fast, really fast. All the main characters are already at the dorm, even Shinobu, and the plot gets started in the very first few pages. There is lots of humor, fanservice, poor Keitaro getting abused and great artwork, so the rating of ages 16 and older is a good rule.

Unless the standards of the manga go down I will most likely end up trying to collect them all.
Hadadel
A great end to a great series, only wish Ken would go back to simpler series like this one instead of the convoluted Negima and U.Q. Holder. Not that they aren't great in their own respects, just not as easy to follow.
Hadadel
A great end to a great series, only wish Ken would go back to simpler series like this one instead of the convoluted Negima and U.Q. Holder. Not that they aren't great in their own respects, just not as easy to follow.
Blackstalker
If you like comedy with little romance and a little ecchi then you should give this a try.

The artwork is excellent, the characters are very expresive but not that realistic, the architecture and the clothes are really nice.

Most of the characters are likeable, not so much at the beggining, but when you get to know them you'll find that most characters grow trough the entire series.

I haven't seen the entire anime, but most people says that the manga is better.
Blackstalker
If you like comedy with little romance and a little ecchi then you should give this a try.

The artwork is excellent, the characters are very expresive but not that realistic, the architecture and the clothes are really nice.

Most of the characters are likeable, not so much at the beggining, but when you get to know them you'll find that most characters grow trough the entire series.

I haven't seen the entire anime, but most people says that the manga is better.
JoJolar
Love Hina is a great classic manga :)
JoJolar
Love Hina is a great classic manga :)
Kalrajas
Few manga series are as memorable as Love Hina. Ken Akamatsu's art is excellent and the characters are all lovable, interesting and never feel generic. I'm gradually collecting the entire manga series.
Kalrajas
Few manga series are as memorable as Love Hina. Ken Akamatsu's art is excellent and the characters are all lovable, interesting and never feel generic. I'm gradually collecting the entire manga series.
Dogrel
Most of this book actually irritaded me a little bit. Im not gunna say to much, but how keitaro gets treated kind of bugged me. Other than that its a relly good vol.
Dogrel
Most of this book actually irritaded me a little bit. Im not gunna say to much, but how keitaro gets treated kind of bugged me. Other than that its a relly good vol.
Arrived ahead of schedule and just as described! Thanks for making my sons Christmas.
Arrived ahead of schedule and just as described! Thanks for making my sons Christmas.