World's Greatest First Love Manga Volume 7

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SKU: 9781421596501

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About World's Greatest First Love Manga Volume 7

World's Greatest First Love volume 7 features story and art by Shungiku Nakamura.

Overworked Emerald manga editor Ritsu Onodera is still stuck reporting to tyrannical editor in chief Masamune Takano, Ritsu’s first love! Recently, work has been going fairly well for the rookie editor—but then his lack of confidence causes him to panic. To add to his anxiety, his ex-fiancée, An, asks him point-blank if he’s in love with Takano! If it’s that obvious to her, who else may have noticed?!


  • Publisher: SUBLIME
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Themes: Yaoi
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Release Date: 7/11/2017
  • Page Count: 178
  • Dimensional Weight: 0.5
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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Cute series

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Ritsu is slowly starting to come around. I love this series. It's funny and cute. The art style bothers me sometimes, but it's not too bad. I look forward to every new installment in this series.

A part of me thinks "get together already!" But the climax (no pun intended) is always sweeter when you have to work to get there.

We get a bit more of Kisa and Yukina, too. It's always fun when the story is about more than one couple.

If you have been following this series, grab this latest one! If you haven't and you're a BL fan, start reading it now!

Absolutely Love!!!

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Love this series so much!! One of the first BL I saw and then read and absolutely love them can't wait to receive Vol. 8 and 9 soon!


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Yet another excellent entry in this franchise featuring some good old literally deeper character interaction. I found the present day scenes with Onodera and Masamune to be just as good as the ones when they were in their school days, though those were pretty sweet because of how lovestruck Onodera was. It was good and well drawn.

Extras in the volume was the chapter 4.5 story, an afterward, and a color insert page at the start of the volume. In terms of quality, there was one brief typo in the first chapter of this volume in which it appeared that a word was missing. I would say thats pretty good considering how many pages there are and how much text heavy this is but it is disappointing that we havent reached the age of the flawless book.