Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 8

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 8

TURNING TIDES As this modern fairy tale of otaku girls bum-rushing the fashion industry hits its penultimate volume, Kuranosuke charges onwards for Tsukimi's retrieval mission! Hanamori-san also makes his way to Singapore, for less noble reasons, but the biggest showstopper is Shu, who decides to propose...for real this time! Meanwhile, the Jelly Fish line may not be dead y TURNING TIDES As this modern fairy tale of otaku girls bum-rushing the fashion industry hits its penultimate volum...

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Title:Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 8
Author:Akiko Higashimura
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1632365634
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:328 pages pages

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 8 Reviews

  • Denise
    May 01, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

  • Emily
    Jul 08, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

  • Mary
    Apr 24, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

  • Sarah Schanze
    Apr 29, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

  • Natalie
    May 23, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

  • Nut Meg
    Apr 16, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

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    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

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  • Sarah
    May 02, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

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  • Anna
    Aug 15, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

  • Tamara
    Apr 19, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

  • Shanna Hurd
    Apr 30, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

  • Abby
    May 17, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

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    ...

  • Julia
    Sep 15, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

  • Erika
    Apr 30, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

  • Christina Duke
    Apr 14, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

  • Ana Gutierrez
    Jun 01, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

  • Kimana McCallum
    May 11, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

  • Rod Brown
    Apr 28, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    May 12, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

  • Erin
    Jul 09, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

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  • Kim Dyer
    May 16, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

  • Ken Yuen
    Apr 04, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

  • L.
    May 28, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

  • MsFictitious
    Apr 14, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

    ...

    ...

  • Jake
    Apr 16, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

  • Laura
    Jun 25, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

  • Teresa
    Apr 04, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

    ...

  • Nadina
    Apr 27, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

  • Brendan Trosper
    Jul 19, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Ally
    May 18, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...

    A successful end to a long binge of these manga. I can't wait for Volume 9 to be released this summer so I can have a full set and gush over all of the cute moments in this series. I kinda what happens cause I read it online through crunchyroll and amazon but that doesn't take away fro...

    This was probably the best volume in a while. The plot moved forward a few feet. We got to see some back story of how the amars started living together as well as a chapter about how/why Kuranosuke (?) started cross dressing. I?ve mentioned it before but I appreciate how real the a...

    Kuranosuke is in rare form. Back to himself, he uses all his resources (which are more than just his father's credit card) to rescue Tsukimi. He finds motivation to save Jellyfish. He and Tsukimi arrive separately at the same mission for the line and it's so rewarding to see them come ...

    We're getting closer to the end! There's a lot of forward momentum in this book, and we see a big change in Tsukimi, who is beginning to see her potential and find the drive to accomplish goals. Can the last volume get here now, please?! ...

    3.5 ...

    Another cute volume, though Tsukimi still seemed more reactive than proactive. Hopefully that'll start to change as the story continues to progress. ...

    I no longer review until the end of the series! Sorry! 4.5? ...

    Koibuchi side plots always just make me want to get back to the Amars. Still, I'll miss this series and am hoping for a satisfying final volume! ...

    Another good volumes. ...

    Tsukimi is rescued from Singapore, and Shu proposes! More great content from my favorite manga! One volume left, and I can hardly wait to find out what happens with all the characters. ...

    This was probably my least favorite in the series. It was a little slow moving. Still love these characters so much and am ready to see how it will all shake out in the last book! ...

    ...

    ...

    This continues to be an amazing series and while I will be happy it has an end, I am also going to be really sad when it ends because I love the series so much. I love where it was going with the storyline in this book and how the characters continue to grow as well as how we got mor...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

    ...

  • Kaylee Rockbell
    Jul 20, 2018

    In this penultimate volume, the Singapore side trip wraps up comedically before a little bit of heartbreak starts creeping into the love triangle at the center. It's been an enjoyable ride, but I'm looking forward to an ending. ...

    The volume is sound and still enjoyable but I had hoped for more. The series is coming to a close in the next omnibus and so I'd hoped for a little more tension in this one. There is surprisingly little movement in the main plot this time around, yet the Singapore subplot is wrapped up...

    The penultimate volume? I thought this was the last volume, so I was surprised when a lot of the chapters went into the back stories for the characters. I genuinely enjoyed this fleshing out of the characters, since they don't really appear in the drama, but was surprised that it happe...

    Woo! So many things happen in this volume, plus back stories for the Amara's and Kuranosuke. I think most of the main characters are actually having growing moments! The two lead characters of course but Jiji and Shu had moments too! Kinda interested to see how Jiji develops to be hone...

    Goooood stuff. A lot of quality realizations and background exploration in this volume. It really gets at the motivations and maturing desires of the characters. Art is expressive and charming as always. ...

    The pacing was off, curtailing a lot of the main story with backstories of various characters. Don?t get me wrong, it was enjoyable seeing how everyone came together, it just interrupted the urgency of the main plot which has not really been resolved. I had thought this was the last ...

    some editorial changes in this book - all the Translation Notes are now in the very last pages. No more splitting them up mid-book where orig volume ended. (am still amused the translator didn't have Banba call the girls 'basic bitches' to be honest. Or is that word too stylish for her...

    At this point, if you have read this far (like me) then you are a big Princess Jellyfish fan. There isn't a lot to say beyond that. The story continues to progress, with Tsukimi having some very important growth and insight in the second half. Perhaps the stand out part of this vol...

    This was one of my favorite volumes so far! Our core characters and side characters both get some lovely development, there are some of the most stunning panels that I've seen so far in the manga, the newest direction that Jellyfish is heading as a brand makes real sense and is super c...