Waiting for Spring Manga Volume 1

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SKU: 9781632365163

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About Waiting for Spring Manga Volume 1

Waiting for Spring volume 1 features story and art by Anashin.

Mizuki is a shy girl who’s about to enter high school, and vows to open herself up to new friendships. Of course, the four stars of the boys’ basketball team weren’t exactly the friends she had in mind! Yet, when they drop by the café where she works, the five quickly hit it off. Soon she’s been accidentally thrust into the spotlight, targeted by jealous girls. And will she expand her mission to include…love?

Details

  • Publisher: KODANSHA COMICS
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Romance
  • Themes: School Life, Sports
  • Age Rating: 13+
  • Release Date: 7/18/2017
  • Page Count: 200
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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A great new series

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Got this first volume as a test because it sounded fun, I was not disappointed, its cute and funny.
The art is great and the story is going to be interesting I think, so far I have not seen a lot of the stuff that is starting to annoy me a little about Romance manga, and I hope it stays that way, like Horimiya, which is now my favorite romance, beating even Ouran, which I never thought would happen lol.
If this progresses like I hope I think it will come in a close second/tied with Ouran :3
Looking forward to the next volume!

Sweet romance you can't put down

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I ordered this on a whim because it sounded similar to the romance in Black Bird (sub basketball for tengu), and I loved the art and emotional tug of Black Bird. I am so glad I did!! The story starts sweet like Fruits Basket and sets up budding friendships that may become more. I've been binge reading the available volumes (through 8 as of this order). It's hard to put down. My one criticism is the way the boys initially reacted to her - they never apologized. It seemed a bit harsh, but it does help explain her lack of confidence and hesitation to consider herself part of the group. The first volume does a great job of introducing the characters and you get a good feel for them by the end of the volume. This story is cute and sweet, and if you loved Black Bird or Fruits Basket, you'll love this fresh take on modern romance (sans the supernatural). Highly recommended!