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My Heavenly Hockey Club, Volume 7

by Ai Morinaga

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Surprisingly, I fairly enjoyed this volume. Or to be more accurate, I enjoyed 2/3rds of this volume. Basically, the first chapter was a storyarc solely devoted to the club's chicken, which I always thought was one of the stupidest things in this series.

In addition, what made this volume much more enjoyable than the previous 6 was the fact that, the two remaining arcs didn't involve anything stupid or about the club's attempt at hockey, and focused more on the relationship humor, which I believe is this series few strong points.

If the author continues on this trend, there might actually be something to salvage from this series. ( )
  timothyl33 | Jul 9, 2011 |
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