Heaven!!

Heaven!!

Volume 1

Graphic Novel - 2007
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Rinne is a girl who not only can see ghosts, she can exorcise them--with a paper fan! When she's saved from becoming a ghost by the school punk, he ends up in a coma. Fortunately, that doesn't stop their unique relationship from forging: Rinne and her rescuer's now-disembodied spirit must defend his prone body from being possessed by a muddled collection of local ghosts. When Rinne fails in her task, an ancient playboy takes over the punk's body--leaving him to inhabit a pink stuffed monkey! In this madcap adventure, what's a girl to do?!
Publisher: Los Angeles : Tokyopop, 2007, c2003
ISBN: 9781598168167
1598168169
Branch Call Number: YA SEI v.1
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 19 cm
Additional Contributors: Antani, Jay
Furukawa, Haruko
Alternative Title: Heaven

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Scythers Jan 16, 2018

I am rating this as a series. It spans 3 volumes, so it's a quick and concise read. Some therein lie the problems though, as the character development is rushed, event flags and romance flags rage everywhere, but don't usually lead anywhere, and the plot changes rapidely. The genre generally stays in comedy, but dips into a few others here and there. Slightly lacking in consistency. However, strictly as a comedy, it's decent, depending on your sense of humour.
Although I did not thoroughly enjoy it, I still recommend reading it, if you are short on ideas as it is short and does not drag on.

crystal_dark Mar 18, 2012

This series looks really intriguing and has a lot of unique and interesting characters.

OPLLibraryGal Feb 26, 2011

Pretty good. In my opinion, Seino went a bit overboard on the action lines, to the point where you couldn't see what was happening, but the plot was nice. The whole pink monkey that smells of pee and asprin thing was hilarious. My advice is that it's worth a shot.

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MegK
Aug 22, 2010

This manga was hilarious, and really romantic! There's lots of romantic - and sexual - tension between the characters, and I just found it so funny. Uzaki is really whacky, so putting that personality in a pink monkey made it all the more funny. And I find Keiju's obnoxiousness great. These are characters I definitely want to read more about in the next two volumes.

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crystal_dark Mar 18, 2012

Rinne is a girl who not only can see ghosts, she can exorcise them--with a paper fan When she's saved from becoming a ghost by the school punk, he ends up in a coma. Fortunately, that doesn't stop their unique relationship from forging: Rinne and her rescuer's now-disembodied spirit must defend his prone body from being possessed by a muddled collection of local ghosts. When Rinne fails in her task, an ancient playboy takes over the punk's body--leaving him to inhabit a pink stuffed monkey In this madcap adventure, what's a girl to do?

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Dani_Paige
Jun 18, 2013

"It was a nightmare! And it's all because of you! Do you know how it feels to have your arms and legs ripped away from your torso while you're still alive? Do you?! It was so traumatic!!" -Uzaki (Pink monkey stuff animal)

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