Pita Ten, Vol. 08

Pita Ten Vol Your favorite Pita Ten characters are here in this beautiful art book from Koge Donbo Misha Koraou and the rest of the gang are gathered in than one hundred pages of breathtaking full color artwork

  • Title: Pita Ten, Vol. 08
  • Author: Koge-Donbo*
  • ISBN: 9781595320179
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • Your favorite Pita Ten characters are here in this beautiful art book from Koge Donbo Misha, Koraou, and the rest of the gang are gathered in than one hundred pages of breathtaking, full color artwork from the super popular manga series, now available in one gorgeous volume

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      Published :2019-05-12T08:41:56+00:00

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    1. Koge-Donbo*

      Koge Donbo or Koge Donbo is the pen name of a Japanese manga artist Koge Donbo started her career soon after college as a doujinshi artist She got the idea of a unique pen name, Koge Donbo from Akira Toriyama s pet cat She made her first official US appearance at Otakon 2004 in Balti, MD as a Guest of Honor.She s known best as the author of Pita Ten, Kamichama Karin, and Kamichama Karin Chu series.

    270 thoughts on “Pita Ten, Vol. 08”

    1. Like always, Koge-Donbo's work is amazing! I love Pita Ten! It is one of the best mangas ever. I didn't like the ending though, because it was sad and Kotarou and Misha got separated. But it was still kinda happy because she's still always with him. xD

    2. Ultimately, this barely gets three stars, for three little words:Misha's f**king vocabulary.This was such a tough manga for me to get through because seriously, who the hell talks like that. She's supposed to be what, in 6th grade? Not to mention she's an angel that has apparently been alive for over 80 years why is she still talking like a toddler? I want to believe it's a poor translation from Japanesebut wow. Really, really hard to stomach.My favorite character was Shia-san, but of course tha [...]

    3. This is my second favourite volume of the series, and when I started reading it, I hadn't a clue of how the situation would resolve itself. I did wonder whether there would be a happy ending, and Misha would be allowed to stay with Kotarou permanently, but as I read on, those thoughts soon faded. What I liked was the self-discovery of Kotarou and how he realised he needed to live in this world rather that hiding in his own world with angels and demons, which led to the parting between him and Mi [...]

    4. this is a manga book where you read it back to front. it is about a boy who can angel and demons. the person was someone else before life that a angel called misha fell in love. misha has to pass her angel test make the boy happy and can only use her power once. if misha failed or pass either way the boy would never she her again. he made his chose and told misha that he wishes to not be able to see angel anymore hanh nguyen

    5. In the final volume it felt like everything was happening at once, with the pacing of the entire story until now moving to a swift conclusion that is bittersweet yet hopeful. A good series if you can stick with it and not get too put of by Misha's style of speaking. I'm glad I read it, even if it never quite developed fully or quite managed to say clearly what it tried so hard to.

    6. I loved the ending and the entire story I found that the characters were interesting, and Misha's serious moments to be very captivating. I love the plot.Guys, I cried. A LOT.

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