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Hands Off!, Volume 2 by Katsumoto Kasane
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Hands Off!, Volume 2

by Katsumoto Kasane

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Although it has been a while since I read volume one, at least long enough to basically forget almost everything, the brief little blurb at the start of the manga caught me up. It is so nice when they do that! In this volume Kotarou comes into his own as the smallest, cutest and most aggressive basketball player at his new school. His appearance has the added benefit of garnering him the attention of second year hottie, Mio. There's one problem, Mio comes with a bit of baggage in the form of a homicidal ex-boyfriend and an over-possessive best friend. When the ex decides to take Kotarou out permanently Tatsuki's protective post-cog instincts kick in and he's off to save his little cousin's hide, or die trying.

The dynamics of the relationships between the characters in this manga are very interesting. Tatsuki waivers between a desperate aversion to being around Kotarou due to the amplification of his despised psychic abilities close proximinity brings, while at the same time wishing they could go back to the closeness they had as children. I liked Mio as a female addition to the previously all male cast and Yuuto offers very intuitive perspectives with his aura peeking. A very enjoyable teen comedy/drama manga with a supernatural twist! ( )
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Kotarou is totally stoked that basketball season has started and he can now fulfill his hoop dreams. Things look even brighter for him as he meats Mio, a beautiful upperclassman who is his biggest fan.

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