Animal Academy: Hakobune Hakusho, Volume 1

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  • Title: Animal Academy: Hakobune Hakusho, Volume 1
  • Author: Moyamu Fujino
  • ISBN: 9781427810953
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • First published in Japan in 2006 by Mag Garden Corporation Tchokengtitik

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    Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho Very shy, polite, and meek, Umeka is the quietest of the class and has black hair worn in an unusual style short at the front side parts, fringe tied back in a flower clip, which she cannot transform into her human form without, and the rest left long and tied in two low ponytails. Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho, Volume by Moyamu Fujino Animal Academy is about a human girl who accidentally enrolls into a High School for animals learning to behave like humans You will not be able to get through this without saying Aww at least once. Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho manga.fandom Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho , Hakobune Hakusho is a Japanese manga series illustrated and written by mangaka Moyamu Fujino The manga was first serialized in the Japanese sh nen manga magazine Comic Blade on October , , published by Mag Garden. Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho, Volume by Moyamu Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho, Volume Animal Academy A delightful tale about a young girl whose school is a veritable Noah s Ark Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho All The Tropes Wiki Neko Fukuta, nicknamed Fune, just can t seem to get into a high school.However, her prayers are answered when the mysterious Morimori High School accepts her application Unfortunately, when Neko applied, she didn t realize Morimori isn t a school for humans.Instead, it is a high school for magical animals to attend in order to learn how to be human and live among them disguised as such. Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho Manga TV Tropes Manga Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho Instead, it is a high school for magical animals to attend in order to learn how to be human and live among them disguised as such With no other options, Neko persuades the headmaster to let her in, under one condition she must not Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho The Meaning Animal Academy Hakobune Hakusho Hakobune Hakusho is a Japanese manga series illustrated and written by Moyamu Fujino The manga was first serialized in the Japanese sh nen manga magazine Comic Blade on October published by Mag Garden It was first released in North America on May by Tokyopop. Hakobune Hakusho Animal Academy Manga MyAnimeList Mar , Hakobune Hakusho was published in English as Animal Academy by Tokyopop from May , to March , . Hakobune Hakusho Manga Mangakakalot Can you be your natural self, if you know the truth Can you assimilate into our school Can you pledge secrecy when you are a human being Fukuta Neko somehow finds herself applying to and enrolling in a secret school created by and specifically for animal human shapeshifte Hakobune Hakusho Manga Mangasim Jan , Can you be your natural self, if you know the truth Can you assimilate into our school Can you pledge secrecy when you are a human being Fukuta Neko somehow finds herself applying to and enrolling in a secret school created by and specificall

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    753 thoughts on “Animal Academy: Hakobune Hakusho, Volume 1

    • No doubt about it, this is a kid's manga. But much like Shugo Chara (a magical-girl manga by the lovely ladies who brought us Zombie Loan), its charm is such that adults can love it, too.I've read this premise before - human child somehow accidentally enrolls in a school for non-humans and has to keep the fact that they're secret human. But whereas Rosario+Vampire was all about the panty flashes and boobs being pressed in faces and the harem of hot monster chicks all wanting to go out with the i [...]


    • The story is all jumbled, there's no build up to anything, stuff just happens for no real reason. I do like the idea of a school for animals that want to be human, but I don't think it's been done very well here. The book gets 2 stars instead of 1 due to how beautiful the art is



    • This manga is highly appealing, as all high-school shoujo stories are. It is like Gakuen Alice by Tachibana Higuchi (girl goes to secretive school that is especially for children with special powers). However, this lacks the charm and the story GA hadNeko, our main lead, is quite sweet and tolerable. She begs and begs and begs (yes, this happens a few times in the beginning of the manga) for the teachers to give her a place, while they begrudgingly give her the okay, and trap her within the scho [...]


    • I'm not just reviewing book one. I've read all seven books, (although I read number two before number one. That was because I read them when my sister got them out of the library, and the first one wasn't in at the time.)Okay I admit it; I love this series, it's one of my favorites.In the beginning the series seems like a comedy, mostly, but as time goes on the plot thickens. One of the characters learns something about themselves that leaves them feeling shocked and confused. Later on, the reas [...]


    • I think Animal Academy is really good. It has a good story, and is able to not think it to fantasy. And the Characters are just really good. I like Miiko (I think that is how you spell it) the best, cause she is so cute, and i wish i could be Neko and Miiko's friend. Miiko may be a little selfish or mean, but inside, i think she is really nice. In this story, Neko goes to a school, which actually was meant to have non-humans learn to be humans. But Neko didn't belong there. So, just read it to f [...]


    • The first volume in a cute shoujo manga series, the central character is a fifteen year old school girl (who looks about ten)named Neko who hasn't been a very good student. Now that she is trying to get into a high school she isn't having any luck with her applications. Finally she is accepted to a mysterious boarding school-imagine her shock when during orientation she realizes that it is a school for magical animals who are learning how to be convincing as humans! This is her last chance for h [...]


    • Pretty good for a 1st volume. Im interested. The art work was cute & happy & I thought it'd b A better fit if they were in middle school. :/ the main character looks more like she's 12.oh well. Its a cool story idea & the cat girl really reminds me of a cat. My mean little kitty, mittens. :D if I find the next book at my favorite used book store ill totally be continuing the series. I did have some trouble I times figuring out who was who or who was talking. But I like that there see [...]


    • A girl who is notwell smart ends up going to a school where animals that can turn into humans( or vise versa?)and are being taught to act and behave like humans. I thought that this book was really good but it might just be because im 12 and not 14 like most manga-lovers are. Even though some parts felt like they were rushed like when the guy told the girl that she was with a school with amimals she was just like OMG then like okay whatever, but it was still a really good book. (finished it in a [...]


    • I mean, I guess I enjoyed this more than I enjoyed Fruits Basket, Vol. 1? But basically maybe manga is not for me. (I really only read this because I had to read two different manga for my comics class.) It just feels basically nonsensical, with little attention to world building--just an assumption that you, the reader, have already bought into this. Which I haven't.Cute cat art, though.


    • This manga is straight-up shojo with a double-helping of kawaii. The story isn't much to write home about, but it seems earnest enough, and the art is precious. I wouldn't give it to an older reader, but I think it could make a nice introduction to shojo for a middle grade reader.Recommend to: Age 10-12, girls


    • A very cute series in general, definitely aimed at younger audiences but still enjoyable for more mature readers as well. Reminds me a lot of Gakuen Alice but not quite as interesting. The characters are likable and generally cute, the art is also well rounded and pleasing to look at. I look forward to reading the next few volumes.


    • The first volume was a very basic intro to the characters. I'm interested to see how much development there is in the following volumes. I'm a beginner to manga, so this was probably a good place to start. Cute story, similar concept to anime I've watched, generally enjoyable all over.


    • Kawaii!!! This series is really, really cute and will appeal to animal lovers, especially cat lovers. The mangaka really captures the essence (and moodiness) of cats in this manga series about a special high school for animals who can shape-shift into human form.


    • Animal Academy is about a human girl who accidentally enrolls into a High School for animals learning to behave like humans. You will not be able to get through this without saying "Aww" at least once.



    • AWESOME!! Cute, hilarious, adorable! Even if it's made for younger kids, it's really funny and awesome, I love it!!



    • Fun but obviously for young girls. The concept of the school is clever and I think this will appeal to girls who like animals.


    • It was really good! I LOVE this one! Its so cute and funny! I really recommend it to anyone who is willing to try reading anime! <3


    • This was actually pretty cute. A nice human girl who's not the brightest crayon in the box ends up at a school meant for magical animals who are learning to become human.




    • Very cute. It has been a while since I read manga like this. I would like to read more mostly because I like the concept.



    • Some parts were extremely cute. Some of it I was left scratching my head. I would try the next volume though, just to see what else will happen to these interesting students.


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