Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War, Vol. 9: Volume 9
  • Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War, Vol. 9: Volume 9
  • Kaguya-Sama: Love Is War, Vol. 9: Volume 9
ISBN: 1974705099
EAN13: 9781974705092
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 2, 2019
Pages: 240
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.5" L x 5" W
Weight: 1.113334 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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5
   Good condition and great manga
I already watched the anime, but reading it will give me details that the anime left out, I got it in great condition, I thought it would be ripped like the other reviews, but I guess they were bluffing.
 
5
   Great buy!
It fits very nicely in the collection! Note that Shounen Jump changed their logo so that Book 9 and beyond Logo is slightly different than those before them.
 
5
   Dude... Ishigami
You are going to buy this book, and you are going to buy the next one. You HAVE to know what the Shirogane family is like at home, and you probably want to know what parts will make you tear with real feelings...
 
5
   Another great addition
This volume includes one of my favorite story arcs so far and really fleshed out Ishigami's character in the process.
 
5
   A somewhat more serious volume, with Ishigami's backstory
I started reading Kaguya-sama just over a year ago and is one of the best manga series out there. Volume 9 is a very good one, albeit a little more serious in tone. It seems that Dad is a man who lost his wife to another man, lost his business and his parenting skills are at best erratic. Much of the volume's focus is on Ishigami. We learn of his past and how a misguided effort to help a girl turn him into a pariah at school, people, even his own parents, assuming the worst about him. Fortunately, Miyuki, Kaguya, and Chika are people who think it is more important to believe the truth than to simply find accusations. We could use their kind on American college campuses.
 
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