Anonymous Noise Manga Volume 6

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SKU: 9781421594255

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About Anonymous Noise Manga Volume 6

Anonymous Noise volume 6 features story and art by Ryoko Fukuyama.

In No Hurry’s Rock Horizon performance ends in a whirl of frantic passion, but does Nino’s voice reach Momo? And with the school festival coming up, the Pop Music Club prepares for its first performance in a long time…with things between Haruyoshi and Miou suddenly heating up!

Details

  • Publisher: SHOJO BEAT
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Themes: Music
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 1/2/2018
  • Page Count: 192
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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I do feel like the storyline here is cyclical and not exactly the most creative work out there as a result. It's pretty much the love triangles and mooning over someone who is mooning over someone else. Even when Momo goes away, he gets another love interest so they too can feel unrequited love's misery. In some regards, it's a pretty depressing manga. But it is also very au current and has a lot of appeal because of its exuberance.

If there was a successor to Arina Tanemura, that would definitely be Fukuyama. She's taken the pathos and tragedy of a Tanemura piece and updated it to now. Anonymous Noise shares a lot of its DNA with Full Moon Wo Sagashite, just with more triangles and much more grounded trappings. Of course, it's hard not to like and root for the characters.