Rating (Out of 5): ~4
Publisher: Shojo Beat (VIZ Media)
Release Date: February 2015
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Story and art by Maki Minami.
We get the conclusion of what’s going on in Kudo’s head in this volume. His past concludes sadly, and then we get back to the present, and now we understand why he’s so rude and standoffish. The poor thing just doesn’t know who he is.
I feel so many things for Kudo, and I just love him so much. And then Hime/Shiro pushes him a little more, surprises him in her innocence and overabundance of optimism. And he really doesn’t understand the things he’s feeling, given that he thinks Shiro is just a guy friend. But he’s so sweet anyway.
There’s some underhanded fighting between Kudo and Mizuki, and it’s so great. Then Mizuki has to show Shiro that she’s actually a girl, and needs to be careful not to let other people know that, including Kudo.
Shiro is so completely oblivious, and Kudo does not understand at all, and I love it. This series is just adorable and hilarious and I completely love it. I cannot wait to get my hands on the next one.