K-ON! High School

K-ON! High School

Kakifly / Jan 18, 2020

K ON High School The chart topping phenomenon returns following Azuma and her friends as they try to rebuild the pop music club after the majority of the members of Afterschool Teatime graduate

  • Title: K-ON! High School
  • Author: Kakifly
  • ISBN: 9780316254243
  • Page: 246
  • Format: Paperback
  • The chart topping phenomenon returns, following Azuma and her friends as they try to rebuild the pop music club after the majority of the members of Afterschool Teatime graduate

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    701 Comments

    1. I enjoyed this one even more than the college addition. We got to know the new characters a lot more, and most of the elements that made me love K-ON! in the first place were more present in this volume.




    2. Miespuolisen Kakifly-nimimerkkiä käyttävän mangakan "K-ON! High School" (Punainen jättiläinen, 2013) jatkaa suositun sarjan tarinaa marssittamalla kehiin nuorempaa henkilökaartia sen jälkeen kun alkuperäisen tyttöbändin jäsenet ovat siirtyneet jo opiskelemaan yliopiston puolelle.Sarjakuva onhan hetkittäin ihan hymyilyttävää söpöstelyä ja tyttöjen välisen ystävyyden kuvaamista, mutta kokonaisuus jää silti vähän valjuksi. Hahmoista parheiten mieleen jää omituinen musiik [...]


    3. This was definitely felt more rushed and shallow than the original K-On! series or K-On! College. The new characters were interesting, but didn't have much time to develop; and the old characters felt like caricatures of themselves--especially Sawako.It was nice to see how things went with Azuna and Ui and Jun, but I kind of regret buying this rather than getting it from the library; I can't imagine rereading it as much as I have the other volumes.


    4. I was worried when volume #5: College didn't please me as much as the original series- but I think that this volume got the story back on track! The main four of After School Tea Time don't show up in these pages, but I thought that the same friendship feels were captured in this book all the same. Unlike #5- when I had a little trouble meshing with the new characters- I found the additions to the cast this time to be much more easy to welcome into such a cute and fun manga world.


    5. Not the best choice for a last book, and I really don't like this or volume 4 as much cause they are sad, being endings and all. Also, the unfamiliar characters just weren't as compelling. Cool characters but not as good as the old ones. Still really enjoyed it though.


    6. This one isn't as good as the others. It feels like a lot of the new characters are just replacements for the old. Not a lot happens musically. They buy a drum set and play at the festival. It was nice to see Azusa loosening up a bit. I finished it feeling like I needed more.


    7. Retreading old grounds with newer moe-blobs. Not much story or interest to grab onto Altho completely worth it for a few lines at Sawako-sensei's expense. Even the students are wondering if she's gonna be fired soon for being so useless!!



    8. Brilliant read! Loved the anime, loved the college manga and so the same for this one. Just more of the same crazy K-On fun!




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