Junjo Romantica Pure Romance Manga Volume 3

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About Junjo Romantica Pure Romance Manga Volume 3

Junjo Romantica: Pure Romance manga volume 3 features story and art by Shungiku Nakamura.

Sometimes the road to romance and true love can be filled with deep, dark potholes... When Misaki begins to seriously question his relationship with Usami, a high-class date might reveal the truth about their bond. But during their time together, the couple is interrupted by the loudmouthed and rude Ryuichiro - who drops hints about Usami's true nature! And in the next Junjou Egoist story, Hiro goes to the extreme to nurse his lover, Nowaki, back to health... unaware that Nowaki's "sickness" might not have a cure!

This book is part of the Right Stuf Print on Demand program, and each book features high-grade, 70-pound, bright white paper. All interior pages are printed in a high-quality black and white.


  • Publisher: TOKYOPOP
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Drama, Erotica, Romance
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Release Date: 5/8/2012
  • Page Count: 200
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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Alrighty first this is the slimmest volume of Junjo Romantica besides volume 8, it literally looks half the size of volume 5 and 7, but it is loaded with comedy and more sexiness than in other volumes. We get to see Misaki in a suit and meet a couple from another series by the same author called Sekai-ichi Hatsukoi. If you haven't read that series it is one you definitely need to get into after this one. To top that we have an appearance by Misaki's brother and a sudden train trip that leads to marimo. An last but not least a dive into Hiro-san's past with Usagi-san.

Awesome and Kudos!

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I bought this along with Volume 6. Both of the manga's came in the same package and both came one day early. It does look new once you opened the box and you see the book laying there. I bought the manga because the date episode where Usagi brings Misaki to a restaurant is one of my favorites in season one. Kudos to the website of having both books and being cheap when I bought it.