This FINAL VOLUME of Princess Jellyfish contains over 100 pages of exclusive bonus content for fans!FIT FOR A PRINCESSAs a brand, Jelly Fish comes to the conclusion that their dresses are for Amars, by Amars. After embracing the fact that they make clothes for weirdos, Tsukimi and the crew must figure out how to sell their styles! In true Amars fashion, these beloved otaku girls and eccentric boys struggle and fumble their way to their happy endings!Dearest Readers!Check out the huge illustration gallery at the end--in full color! Go behind the scenes and read in-depth interviews with the author, study up with a jellyfish encyclopedia, and take a peek into the author's studio!...
|Title||:||Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 9 (Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus #9)|
|Number of Pages||:||352 pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 9 (Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus #9) Reviews
I’ve been reading/watching this series for 10 years now. I bawled at the ending. I love this series so much and it’s so important to have stories like this one!! However the ending... left much to be desired and was a bit rushed. (Also as always I love Hanamori <3)
A great ending to a great series!
The ending of one of my favorite series!
This was amazing, and made me want to reread the whole series. Hiashimura manages to write an interesting, fun, and emotional ending to this story, without wrapping it up all neat and perfect.
There was a point while reading this, that I began to tear up, as one character's story has a very emotional climax in the story, that is done perfectly!
This volume is really only one half the Princess Jellyfish story, and the second half is more a reflection on th ...more
I can't believe it's over! I'm OK with the ending (especially what was done with the "love triangle"). I'm especially proud of Tsukimi, and I adore Kuranosuke (there may have been tears). I can't recommend this series enough!
Rating is for the series overall...
Just a quick note, this final volume is not actually a 2 in 1 volume like the others; instead it contains the final volume plus bonus color art and interviews, plus the first chapter of Akiko Higashimura’s next manga series. Not a complaint, just an observation. The color art, especially, is a treat.
On to the manga as a whole. Overall, this was a really fun series (and for my fellow Blythe collectors, it contains Blythe dolls!). There’s a pretty cross-dressing ...more
What a fitting end to the series. I think I like it even better than the live TV drama version. There's one scene with shadow figures like the shadow puppets from Utena, which I liked.
After the story is complete, there is a TON of bonus content. Full color illustrations of the characters. Interviews with the author.
And at the end, there's a bonus manga, the first chapter of Tokyo Tarareba Girls by Higashimura, about 30 year old women looking for love.