Clear Skies! Vol. 1

Clear Skies Vol Obinata Taiga editor of a science fiction magazine one day discovers there s a new addition to the family Out of the blue his older sister s married and his new brother in law is Shu Asuo one of

  • Title: Clear Skies! Vol. 1
  • Author: Akira Sugano
  • ISBN: 9781569705759
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • Obinata Taiga, editor of a science fiction magazine, one day discovers there s a new addition to the family Out of the blue, his older sister s married, and his new brother in law is Shu Asuo, one of the authors he edits and a high school classmate

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      Published :2019-09-12T05:00:50+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Clear Skies! Vol. 1

    1. This one was very cute. I enjoyed the brotherly banter and fighting between the younger brothers and Shu's 'brother', how Obinata was so resistant of Shu joining the family but I also liked that there were individual sweet moments where we got to see a bit of each brother and see them handle certain things about themselves. There's no romance in this one but there's so much of a mystery left between Obinata and Shu that I hope one develops soon. Looking forward to the rest of the series nonethel [...]

    2. This series has a lot going for it: Four brothers and an absent older sister (who sounds like a real !). Each of the brothers has a separate focus, but they all "get along together." There are fights, but the real affection of a family is clear.Then comes Shuu. And his adopted son. Shuu states that he has married the older sister and she has sent him to "take care" of her brothers. Which he starts doing, in a very matter-of-fact way. Numerous complications develop - this series has 7 separate t [...]

    3. Wow, this was just flippin' hilarious! I swear I laughed from page one 'til about ten minutes after the last page! I hadn't had such a good giggle in a while and it was a lot of fun! The art is good, the story was entertaining and light-hearted, just a good, fun read!

    4. This one is just rather average to me. There are times when I get some of the brothers confuse artwise although they all were different enough personality wise. I do like the little mystery going on with what really happened between Taiga and Asuou. I just didn't really feel any sparks or chemistry between these two that would lead to a more romantic story since most of the volume was filled with the brothers slowly accepting Asuou into the family.

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