Kanojo no Idea

Alt title: Your true color

Vol: 3; Ch: 16
2019 - 2020
3.78 out of 5 from 97 votes
Rank #13,651
Kanojo no Idea

Winter of the second grade of junior high school. At first glance, the girl with black hair on the poster she saw in the city, Sumika Nayuki, has been pursuing her as an admiration since then. Her way of thinking and thinking gave her a little self-confidence to herself. However, one day when I became a high school student, I met Sumihana with a certain opportunity, and I was shocked by the divergence from the ideal Sumihana that supported me. At the breakup, he sees that he will never see you anymore, and Sumika appears to have said something. The next day, Sumihana finds her school with her uniform and begs for her to ask for extras. Sumihana's attitude of forcibly pushing her to refuse is finally furious and furious, and she is about to leave. Sumihana chases after a confession. The action that I wanted to hear was taken

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Hinata is a devoted fan of the idol, Sumika, but she meets her idol by chance and she finds herself stunned to realize that Sumika's personality is quite different from what she expected. Heartbroken, Hinata wishes to distance herself from her idol, however, Sumika seeks Hinata  out and asks her to help her become "Sumika." Overtime, the girls become close friends and fall in love as well as discover the difference between your "true" self and the self that others perceive you to be. It's an intriguing concept and I had high hopes that this could be an entertaining manga, but I was disappointed. I don't think this manga is necessarily bad by any means and I can see why a lot of people would enjoy it, but to put it bluntly, the manga is extremely generic, bland, and cliché. It does little to distinguish itself from the many other titles in the yuri genre and is entirely forgettable. The art is pleasing to look at, evocative, and by far the best aspect of the manga, but it is still unable to elevate the story beyond it's simple beats. The writing feels incredibly awkward and stilted with jarringly pacing issues. The characters are incredibly simplistic and one-dimensional, never really growing beyond their initial conceit though the narrative tells us they've changed and evolved. And the relationship between the two main leads lacks any real chemistry or growth, their romance feels forced and there are numerous eye-rolling story contrivances and out-of-place clichés that push them together. It certainly isn't the worst manga I've ever read, but it's simply boring and forgettable.

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