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The author of the book: Yōko Kamio
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Date of issue: February 10th 2006
ISBN 13: 9788953268463
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RESEÑA DE LA SERIE COMPLETA (LOS OCHO TOMOS):
NOTA GLOBAL (Y de ahí la puntuación en estrellas): 3/10.
Tenía muchas ganas de volver a leer a Yoko Kamio, mangaka a la que seguí durante 37 tomos con su serie estrella, No me lo digas con flores o Boys over flowers (y del que se han hecho varios doramas). También lei de ella el primer tomo de Matsuri especial (debo terminar esa serie). No es una de mis autoras favoritas pero sus historias son intensas, adictivas y le dan un giro completamente diferente al mundo del manga. Y por eso tenia tantas ganas de volver a leer a esta mangaka. ¿Y qué mejor que hacerlo con los ocho tomos de Cat street? (Del que existe un dorama japonés de seis capítulos)
Me aventuré en esta saga con impaciencia y con mucha ilusión y sin haber leido absolutamente nada sobre Cat street. Queria empezar esta historia sin saber nada de ella para que todo me sorprendiera. Al principio me gustó la historia que Yoko Kamio nos estaba contando, era diferente a cualquier historia que hubiera leido. Ese instituto de educación libre para personas 'inadaptadas' y las personas que se escondían en él me llamaba muchísimo la atención. (...)
Pero Yoko, a partir del tercer o cuarto tomo se olvidó de todo eso y fue a lo tipico. Creó un culebrón sin pies ni cabeza y metió a la fuerza enredos amorosos, secuestros, separaciones desgarradoras, puñaladas por la espalda, etc. Llegó un momento en que la historia me resultaba tan odiosa, aburrida e insipida que me saltaba páginas y páginas, queriendo llegar cuanto antes al desenlace.
MI RESEÑA COMPLETA EN:
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Read information about the authorYōko Kamio (神尾葉子) is a popular Japanese manga artist and writer. She is most famous for Boys Over Flowers (花より男子, Hana Yori Dango?), for which she received the Shogakukan Manga Award in 1996. Her work has been translated and distributed in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Yōko Kamio readily admits that she had no intention of becoming a professional manga artist when she was young. Kamio originally went to secretarial school, but her love of drawing soon led her astray. She then eventually entered the professional mangaka field in 1989. In the following years, Kamio published Suki Suki Daisuki, Ano Hi ni Aitai, and Meri-san no Hijitsu in Margaret before she finally created Hana Yori Dango in 1992.
The Hana Yori Dango manga became established relatively quickly in Japan. Many people commended Kamio for her realistic portrayal of high school life and everyday violence through the Hana Yori Dango series. Although Kamio was initially surprised by the confessions of high school violence stated in fan letters, she realized that Tsukushi's fiery character served as a role model for much of Japan's youth and helped others cope with school violence.
Kamio watched as the success of Hana Yori Dango's 1992 début followed through with many more months on the best-sellers list. Voice CDs by SMAP and a live action movie about Hanadan charted the series success in the mid-1990s. By 1995, an animated series for Hana Yori Dango was already in progress and Kamio had also helped pick main leads for the anime show.
Hana Yori Dango ran in the Japanese Margaret magazine as well as the Korean Wink. The series has also been published in Japanese, Chinese, Cantonese, Thai, Korean, French, and English. The anime series has been broadcasted in Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Italy, and has also been licensed and released in the United States. Additionally, it was also recreated in a Game Boy Color game (only released in Japan) during the summer of 2001. With its ever-increasing popularity, Hana Yori Dango was then made into a popular live action TV series in Taiwan titled Meteor Garden. The manga series finally ended in Margaret's August 2003 issue, and the 36th tankōbon which included the Akira special "Night of the Crescent Moon" was released in January 2004 as the manga's final volume.
While Yoko Kamio initially wanted Hanazawa Rui to be the main hero of Hana Yori Dango, due to the outstanding personality of Domyoji Tsukasa (and Domyoji also becoming more popular than Rui) she changed the hero role to Domyoji.
Despite Hana Yori Dango's success, Kamio had originally planned to end the series by Spring 2000. However, in February 2000, at a mangaka conference in Taipei, Taiwan Kamio announced that she would continue writing Hana Yori Dango. At one point, she got so wrapped up in the Hana Yori Dango storyline, that she confessed to having dreams about Doumyouji. Of course, she said that "Falling in love with a character that I created is just disgusting..."
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