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Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 3

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SKU: 9781642751000

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About Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 3

Satoko And Nada Manga Volume 3 features story and art by Yupechika, supervised by Marie Nishimori.

Abdullah, the mysterious young man who might marry Nada one day, is suddenly in America?! Satoko and her friends (not to mention Nada’s brother) are in a panic, unsure if they should tell Nada or just stall the guy until he leaves. When it comes to Nada’s future, the people who love her will do whatever it takes to make her happy!


  • Publisher: SEVEN SEAS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Themes: Slice of Life
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 6/16/2020
  • Page Count: 128
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

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I'm Not Ready for it to End!


I like how while this is a fun series, the mangaka doesn't shy away from addressing questions and/or concerns that I think are commonly voiced in American society. Though two characters we meet (briefly) are Japanese, I think they rose valid concerns. Also, Nada's concerns (and her friends' concern) about who her fiancée is was so well handled and addressed! I was worried for Nada too and while I love her cheerful self, I have liked seeing her more reflective.

I'm nervously excited for the next volume because it's the final one and really hoping that it will not end on a sad note! While I am happy for Nada and her fiancée and how Satoko has made new friends, I don't want these ladies to part and go "separate" ways so to speak. Can't they just continue to be happy roommates?!