The best story from the anthology was, however, Do You Love Me? Chiko and her boyfriend Midori stopped talking after a huge fight at their high school graduation. Chiko wanted to go on a trip with him before they went off to different universities, but Midori opened his schedule to work the entire break. Worried about him, she shows up at his part-time job every day in different disguises, but she's running out of ideas. After consulting with her friend, she shows up in a panda costume! Unable to drink the tea she ordered, Midori serves her iced tea with a straw so she can drink it. She overhears a customer asking Midori if he's got a girlfriend, jumps up from her seat, but gets caught on the table, spilling her tea all over herself! Midori takes her to the staff break room to help her clean up and things quickly turn spicy!
If you're in the mood for a manga with just enough sweet, spice and comedy, I highly recommend checking this one out! (Posted by Candi)
Mio shows up at Shino's doorstep suddenly one night after five years. He's got nowhere to stay, so he crashes with Shino. Shino struggles to come to terms with Mio's unchanging child-like quirkiness and his own feelings for Mio.
Kurahashi's such a master artist and storyteller that even Hibiya and Mr. Aoyama, the so-called villains, are actually rather lovable.
This story features all the stages of relationships, from falling in love to breaking up to even getting badly hurt. Check out this bittersweet but heartwarming manga today! (Posted by Yao)
Annie refuses to put up with the small town gossips and pushes ahead with the wedding, using Grant (the mature one) as a stand-in to keep up appearances, and then she flies off to New York City with him to enjoy her "honeymoon" and start a new life. She's so cute and positive that it made me smile while reading this story. Interested? Just say "yes"!! (Posted by Quin)