[Comics]Ashita dorobou

Comics total pnts rank Rank 3,107in 8,982 titlesTotal 2 / Deviation 49.21
Comics rank of 2007 Rank 131in 390 titles
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Masaya Hokazono
Koto Betten
Japan Released:2007/11/22(Thu) Weekly Young Jump / End:2008/11/27
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2009/01/10 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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[good point]
High drawing power.
The story is interesting.
[Bad point]
The relationship between the mysterious flying object and the hero etc etc is hard to understand yet.
[Comprehensive evaluation]
Basically it is love comedes, but I think that it contains fairly SF elements and is quite funny.
Although it becomes a little spoiler, multiple heroines called tomorrow will appear in this manga. And this tomorrow is all unique and rich in expression, looking is fun and cute.

2007/12/19 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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A mysterious girl is a mysterious story of the heroine.

It is one of five new series of weekly Young Magazine from autumn to winter of 2007.
Today's tomorrow is now a heroine, the fashionable "Otaku-style mystery girl". Smile without carelessness is cute and very charming. I like cosplay and I think that the idea is going on the diagonal side of a little general and it is funny. Or a smile is charming.
Well, yes. Would it be Moe? Moreover, it seems to be more spooky than it is likely to be such a depiction as a youth magazine. (It is never a love comedy)

Well, if I were in reality ... I guess.
But it is cute. I do not quite understand the genre.

Evaluation is the expected value as it is just beginning, but with "good". I think that it will be a work worthy of "best" from "very good" if I go as it is, I expect it.

... or heroine 's smile or charming.
By the way, it seems nothing to do with the novel of the same name by Mr. Sakyo Komatsu.