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by Jemiah Jefferson,Sakura Ikeda,Michael Gombos,Tsukasa Fushimi

ePub Oreimo, Vol. 2 download
Author:
Jemiah Jefferson,Sakura Ikeda,Michael Gombos,Tsukasa Fushimi
ISBN13:
978-1616550554
ISBN:
1616550554
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Publisher:
Dark Horse Manga (January 22, 2013)
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Subcategory:
Manga
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1146 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
457

Ships from and sold by Things From Another World.

Book 1 of 4 in the Ore no Imoto - Manga Series. Ships from and sold by Things From Another World.

I enjoyed Oreimo Vol. 2 quiet a bit, but it shines a slightly different light on Kirino than the original light novels, and the Anime adaptation.

Book 2 of 4 in the Ore no Imoto - Manga Series. I enjoyed Oreimo Vol.

Book 3 of 4 in the Ore no Imoto - Manga Series

Book 3 of 4 in the Ore no Imoto - Manga Series. Oreimo, Vol. 2. Tsukasa Fushimi. 1.

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Tsukasa Fushimi; Jemiah Jefferson ; Sakura Ikeda ; Michael Gombos ; Published by Dark Horse Manga (2013). ISBN 10: 1616550554 ISBN 13: 9781616550554.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The secret is out - Oreimo is great fun!

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The secret is out - Oreimo is great fun! Things are heating up at home for Kyosuke and his little sister Kirino! It's getting difficult for Kirino to keep her love of kids' anime and naughty video games a secret. What others are saying. Cant wait for it to be out

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Sakura Ikeda, artist of the regular Oreimo and Oreimo: Kuroneko manga series, joins 20 other artists in this collection of tribute stories to. .By Tsukasa Fushimi Illustrated by Sakura Ikeda, Kanzakihiro, Matsuryu and Various.

By Tsukasa Fushimi Illustrated by Sakura Ikeda, Kanzakihiro, Matsuryu and Various. Category: Graphic Novels & Manga.

Tsukasa Fushimi; Michael Gombos (translation).

Color Cover; Black and White Interior. Newsprint, with Cardstock cover. Tsukasa Fushimi; Michael Gombos (translation).

From the author of Voice of the Blood comes a terrifyingly funny new tale of Michael Squire, twenty-three, nerdy as hell, and losing his mind in the face of a hilariously hostile world. He's your average music-obsessed d Portlander, juggling a job as an internet support technician, an indie comics gig, and a long-simmering crush on his best friend, Lise.

The secret is out - Oreimo is great fun! Things are heating up at home for Kyosuke and his little sister Kirino! It's getting difficult for Kirino to keep her love of kids' anime and naughty video games a secret, especially from her nosy clique of popular girls and her stern, strict father! With all this chaos, might it be possible for Kirino to turn to her brother and really see him as a friend? Clever and engaging, Oreimo is full of surprises!
  • I enjoyed Oreimo Vol. 2 quiet a bit, but it shines a slightly different light on Kirino than the original light novels, and the Anime adaptation. I'm not sure why Dark Horse chose to add American slang, and swear words that weren't there into the translated series. They add nothing to the story, and mostly feel out of place.

    As for the book itself, it is great quality. The pages are thick, and the artwork is well done. There are a few places where the editing needed to be better, the reader is left with 1/3 of the page blank, and a cutoff picture at the bottom; but it's unknown to me if this was done intentionally or was simply an oversight. If it was done intentionally then it seems out of place, and unprofessional.

    I don't feel like the translation overall really does the series justice. While it's nice that 'Ore no Imoto ga Konna ni Kawaii Wake ga Nai' is getting an English translation, I feel like most of the emotions portrayed in the original are lost in the translation; mostly due to cultural differences. Still, I think it's good to support the project; I would still recommend that readers give the series a chance.

    Some people have pegged the series as incestuous, not true (at the moment) and nothing incestuous happens in this mange, or the first season of anime. Can't say it won't change in the future, but it isn't happening now. It's just more of a brother, sister bonding relationship. Them coming to terms with who they actually are, and doing so with each others help.

    This manga in particular follows the end of the first light novel, and the beginning of the second one. It is from the half-way point of episode 3 of the anime to the halfway point of episode 4. The manga doesn't seem to cover much ground very quickly, which is fine since it's not a story that needs telling quickly.

    I have already preordered volume 3, due out on July 9th; if that's any indication of quality. I would have given Oreimo 5-stars, but the childish, English translation actually made me enjoy the book less. Hopefully those issues will be remedied before too many volumes have been released; it would be nice for Dark Horse to listen to the series fans on this one, I'm not the only one who thinks this way. There is a letter at the back of the book from a fan, they says practically the same thing about the slang and useless swearing.

  • Not quite sure where the plot is going as far as a big brother protecting his little sister, but her friends having a crush on him (which is perfectly natural and happens every day) still makes the manga seem much more awkward for those who aren't used to the little sister/big brother sort of deal. I haven't seen if any anime have spun off this or not, and I'm not sure if he's just being a big brother protecting his little sister. Regardless of it, I'm still interested in seeing him be a big brother to her, and the second book is worth picking up.

  • I love this series and I'm going to collect every book. It came on time and it has minimal damage but that just makes me love it even more.

  • -shipping took exactly 1 week (ordered on monday, got it on monday, i live in NJ) so it was pretty reliable

    -book was packaged well, waterproof, and the book wouldn't get messed up easily

    -book has a small rip/dent when i got it (structural integrity of the book completely unharmed, and it doesn't seem like the rip will get
    and bigger) but i took off a star for it since this is a present for a friend

    overall pretty happy with the buy

  • This manga keeps getting more interesting with each volume. The development of the story is great and keeps you want more. The manga is great and I look forward to the next volume. Condition of the manga was okay.

  • Interesting

  • ive read vol.1 and vol.2 all ready and I got to say I LOVE THEM!!!! the manga is mostly like the show but explains more on what happen before certain parts of the story to show what happen and why. the art is very good and funny. the translation is good but there is certain words that need to be change like some times they use "you" instead of "you're" but overall I think this manga is must read.

  • Unlike other people, the style difference isn't something I would complain about.

    It's styling is distinct and absolutely its own, and while the anime has slightly more mainstream styling, the manga is styled in the same way as the original novels, after all, so you can't blame it for not being like something that came out better. The styling is in no way bad, it's just different. I love it, personally.

    The story itself is fantastic, of course, this is Oreimo. The quality of the print is great, the translation work is great as well, though it does like to seemingly randomly leave a word untranslated and add an asterisk plus explanation at times.

    There really isn't anything to complain about.