It's a miracle! Dear god, I really liked this manga but it's been dead for 3+ years so I was convinced this would remain dead. Thank you Hikikomori Honyaku, I hope they continue with it and this one be a one-time thing. :O
It's sad to see it go because it was honestely the first yuri 'series' (not counting the various one shots) that I've read. It'll always have a special place for me. As nytestorm said, it's been a good run and I pray that they'll end it on a good note like Sasameki Koto.
I hope someone picks it up because it's such a good yuri manga. I like it because you rarely see a normal sports yuri manga, when I mean normal I mean it doesn't try to put a supernatural touch to it like Saki with Mahjong. Saki is alright and all but it gets just outright stupid sometimes. Here's to another good manga not getting any love by scanlators...
As noted above, it's cute and all but It's far too fast and cliche. There's no angst, drama or anything, just another 'Childhood friends falling in-love' deal, and every time it essentially shows the girl who gets confessed to instantly checking it up on the web. It's like "Sure, why not? There's not harm, its my childhood friend so that means we should instantly be a couple!" Didn't take the other girl long, she confessed on page 9! If there's supposed to be more, things went so damn easily without complications? Shit better happen in the next installment or theres no hope for this manga.
Reminds you of prism? Seriously? How in the hell does it remind you of prism? Not only was the art better in prism but Prism was a master piece (despite all the issues that brought it to its end) and you compare it to a lousy manga like this?
While normally a chapter like that would be good for a normal chapter but for the last chapter? Hell no!
I didn't expect them to instantly get together but at least expected them to at least realize that somethings there or considered what it would be like for them to be together in the least.
Ehhhhh, while it was good from first chapter to last, I just expected a better end. D;