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Release Nov/08/2009
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A slow hilarious comic about junior high-school life featuring a tsundere, a stupid girl and timid boy with glasses. Created in 2005.

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Pick Up !A pretty good continuation

Feb/01/2012  By Rodan_MasterTop : 2 Reviewer

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Tomihero's Sakuragumi is a slice of life doujin manga about Middle School Students. Volume 2 continues with more of the same stuff from volume 1 and also introduces some new characters including Yamada Sensei (whom is depressed she didn't get the new Dragon Qu*st).

Most of the stuff that was good about the 1st volume is back in the second. The art is very good, the characters are endearing and the dialogue is clever and entertaining. From Aruru's "Tsundere" personality to Yuuta's complete lack of masculinity; you'll definitely be very engaged by the great characters.
The only real problem I found with this is that it wasn't quite as entertaining as the first volume. Nonetheless that doesn't mean it was bad; just not as good as its excellent predecessor. Either way I loved reading this though.

In conclusion I'd recommend the Sakura-Gumi series to anyone whose looking for a fun and easy to read Slice of Life manga.

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