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No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!, Vol. 2 (Anglais) Broché – 21 janvier 2014

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Despite having made it to high school, her long-awaited promised land, poor Tomoko Kuroki continues to strike out with her peers and remains utterly, wretchedly unpopular. And before she knows it, the first school term is nearly at its end! Can Mokocchi manage to make at least some happy memories over the break? Plunge into one girl's summer of . . . agony!

Biographie de l'auteur

A team of two manga artists, Nico Tanigawa is the creator of a number of school-life comedies, including No Matter How I Look At It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!

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Hilarious, Tragic, and Relatable 10 avril 2014
Par Andrew W. Hung - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This is possibly the greatest graphic novel I've ever read.

It's a remarkable feat when an author can take something like extreme social anxiety and depict the invisible mental agony with such haunting accuracy. It's even more remarkable that, without detracting at all from the power or realism of its portrayal, this same agony can be presented in a way that is at so many points absolutely, insanely hilarious. As someone who used to suffer from extreme shyness, I was astounded by how much I was reminded of my own grade school years upon seeing Tomoko's naive, desperate thought process and her constant failures to escape her wretched social state.

Comedy-wise, the book is pure gold. It is divided into several chapters, each one centered around a different scheme that the protagonist, Tomoko, has hatched up in order to achieve the popularity and recognition that she wants so badly. The schemes are ridiculous, yet the ridiculous is at a level just low enough to where one could easily conceive of a person of Tomoko's age and with her lack of social intelligence actually coming up with it. That's one of the strengths of this book - no matter how far they push the jokes, they never push them to the point where it just becomes a gag manga. It's always believable.

Each of these schemes backfires in a way that is just hilarious. This moment usually occurs at a point where, after some amount of mental rehearsal, the plans that she envisioned so brilliantly in her mind are exposed to the real world and to real people. Tomoko is pathetically delusional and is obsessed with the idea of popularity to the point where it is almost repulsive, and yet it is impossible not to recognize how the curse of crippling shyness (and the forced loneliness that it has imprisoned her in) inevitably made her this way. When her schemes finally do blow up in her face, as they tend to, you can't help but feel a combination of sympathy, delight, and disgust. It's a trip.

Get this book. It's hilarious, tragic, and touching. Perfect for light reading and yet still a work of art in its own way. You won't be sorry.
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I've never felt so emotionally attached to a manga before... 24 février 2014
Par SteampoweredRabbit - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If you can relate to Tomoko Kuroki, then you know that anxiety attacks are HORRIBLE and sometimes completely UNAVOIDABLE. They just happen right then and there and there's no turning the page for that heart stopping, and suffocating instant that seems to drag on forever. Watamote is the most honest representation of how most of us social misfits act in our day to day lives. Vol. 2 is a great addition to what is already an awesome story, pointless, but awesome. And you know what? It doesn't matter if it's "pointless" because most of what we do is pointless but we still tackle around it anyway and that's what Tomoko Kuroki has to go through. She just wants to be left alone with some glorious piece and quiet. If you're close to being a xenophobe, a social misfit, or anything close to these two then you'll love "No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guy's Fault I'm Not Popular!" It really tells it as it is, without covering it up with "oh let's give Tomoko some fantastic character development" because that's the least of her worries. The only thing she wants to accomplish is to be able to be recognized by someone....anyone.

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No matter how I look at it... Volume 2 13 février 2014
Par i0un - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Tomoko continues to deliver on the laughs in this continuation of the series. You also cry with her when things get a little sad, because she's such a darned woobie. I really enjoyed it. Definitely pick up a copy, you cannot got wrong. The humor isn't for everyone, especially people who can't tolerate intense awkward situational humor as seen in comedy shows like Louie and Seinfeld.
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Same quality as the first 3 février 2014
Par BoringSupreez - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Volume 2 of Watamote has arrived, and if you liked the first book there's no reason not to buy the second. Same quality as the first book physically, and the stories are just as good too. That is to say, very cringeworthy and funny. Hopefully these books sell well enough that the anime gets a US release.
poignant and cute and funny 20 avril 2014
Par Marron Grosbek - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I thought this was going to be another moe manga like, "I hate you big brother," but I was totally wrong. This is a slice-of-life manga, with pacing and humor similar to Sayonara Zetsubo Sensei <>, except it isn't a gag comic but rather a serial tracking the life of one person.
I only sort-of got the first volume of this manga, but volume 2 is awesome. Its about Tomoko, a plain girl, 10th grade, who has almost no friends. She keeps trying different things to either win a new friend or have fun by herself. The humor is in the pathos, as only a Japanese writer could pull off. She is so innocent and tries so hard and is utterly clueless.
The art is fine, though the main character is drawn a little weirdly. I think this is a representation of Tomoko's own self image (a little weird). She has pretty horrible fashion sense, always looks tired ('cause she plays video games all night), and could really use a makeover.
The story is the greatest appeal. She is so clueless about how to attract people, but a nice girl, so she will win in the end! Probably. (^_^)
Ultimately, its only a matter of time until someone notices her. I look forward to finding out how she eventually breaks out of the shell and finds friends, and, dare I say it, love? (That's a looooooong way off! (^_^) )
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