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Book Title: Skip Beat!, Vol. 5|
Date of issue: November 5th 2013
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The author of the book: Yoshiki Nakamura
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 871 KB
Edition: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat
Read full description of the books Skip Beat!, Vol. 5:So strangely enough, I feel like Vol. 5 is now my favorite of the series so far, even though I did also really like the first one. The budding friendship between Kyoko and Moko is so heartwarming <3. I love so much that even though Kyoko has a hard time having confidence in herself because she feels so empty, she actually discovers parts of herself that make her unique by truly learning to care for Moko and root for her! I certainly feel like the "Love Me" section is working, except that instead of like a lot of the other actors that have been shown who are kinda spoiled and only care about the audiences attention and love, Kyoko and Moko are learning on a deeper level that allowing yourself to care for others and forming a more personal, genuine bond with them, is what will really allow you to perform at your best and to have the confidence you are doing your best.
I got so excited about the development of the Kyoko and Moko relationship and particularly with their 2nd group audition when they really got put on the spot and had to totally rely on each other...it was such a beautiful moment <3. This may seriously be the first time in a manga that I have read where they actually have such good development of a friendship aspect over a romantic one. I'm sure later, romantic relationships will become a focus point, but I honestly can't wait to see more of Kyoko and Moko's friendship, and I feel like it is really unique in the face of what most mangas like this seem to focus on.
Of course the shifting dynamic between Kyoko and Moko was the primary plot of this volume, but there were other parts of this one that also really shined. The girl that kept trying to one-up Moko their whole life basically, really really got on my last nerve. Her expressions and actions were just perfect at showing her character. I feel like when the person that is supposed to be getting on the main character's nerves is getting on my nerves even more, that is just good character portrayal on the creator's part. Which leads into one of my favorite parts of the Skip-Beat! Series: none of the characters seem like just "stock" characters. I figured from the beginning that we would be getting a different impression of Ren across the series, but having characters like Moko, and the LME president's granddaughter, and Ren's agent, all have this deeper development-- I wouldn't be surprised if we learn later that super annoying girl changes her attitude after these experiences.
Once again, Skip-Beat! has delivered a whole spectrum of emotions, from funny, to serious, to sad, to angry, to determined. This series has been a journey of discovery for Kyoko that is just beginning, and while she is on her way to finding out who she is and what she really cares about, I can't wait to see all the other characters that come to change from interacting with this girl that is just so honest, both to others and herself. And though she seems to take "plain" as a bad thing, just being as true to herself as possible and giving everything her best try, while giving others the benefit of the doubt: I'd say, having someone "plain" like that in a celebrity world full of actors, is rather refreshing.
Read information about the authorYoshiki Nakamura (仲村佳樹) is a Japanese mangaka. She was born June 17. Nakamura made her manga debut with "Yume de Auyori Suteki" in the manga magazine Hana to Yume in 1993.
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