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Train_Man: Densha Otoko, Volume 2

by Hitori Nakano

Other authors: Hidenori Hara (Illustrator)

Series: Train_Man: Densha Otoko (Volume 2)

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Enjoyable, not the best, but fun nonetheless. Again, my background from reading the novel makes it better. Though I doubt that was a problem in Japan, since the original Train Man story was extremely popular and part of popular culture. I do like the way Hara breaks up the story between the three volumes. There's just enough tension to make you pick up the next book. ( )
  callmecayce | Jan 18, 2013 |
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DO NOT COMBINE w/ Wataru Watanabe's nor Daisuke Douke's series'!!!!

This version of Train Man was illustrated by HIDENORI HARA and published by VIZ. It is NOT the same as the version illustrated by Wataru Watanabe (published by CMX) nor Daisuke Douke's (Taifu Comics).

Though they each were inspired by the same maybe-real-life story, they are three totally SEPARATE works from different authors and publishers!
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"Train_man" has managed to go on several dates with the girl of his dreams, but he still can't go beyond that "more than just friends" glass ceiling. Will his Internet forum be able to help him cross that line? As Train_man reinvents himself, his courageous transformation inspires and gives hope to an entire online community.… (more)

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