When Hana falls in love with a young interloper she encounters in her college class, the last thing she expects to learn is that he is part wolf. Instead of rejecting her lover upon learning his secret, she accepts him with open arms. Soon, the couple is expecting their first child, and a cozy picture of family life unfolds. But after what seems like a mere moment of bliss to Hana, the father of her children is tragically taken from her. Life as a single mother is hard in any situation, but when your children walk a fine line between man and beast, the rules of parenting all but go out the window. With no one to turn to, how will Hana survive?
Source: Yen Press
The story is great. The art is also modern, but it was a little bit of a turn off for me after seeing the wolves with human hair. Nevertheless, I enjoy the series and the bittersweet ending for both Hana and their grown up children. I cried at the end.
I absolutely loved this manga. When I first picked it up at the library and started to read it I couldn't stop. When I finished it I got all teary. If you haven't read this manga I totally recommend it!
Wolf Children was a movie I loved. So when I saw the manga at chapters, I immediately bought it. The story did not disappoint me at all. It is the same as the movie. It made me cry, just like I had cried after watching the movie. The art is stunning. The artist drew the characters to fit perfectly with the story. In fact, I personally think the art in the manga is better than in the story. The characters are amazing, but I gave it a 9/10 because of Ame's decision. Overall, if you are a fan of wolf children, I would definitely recommend this. If you plan on buying it, buy the hard copy edition with all the volumes in one.
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