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A.I. Love You Volume 3: v. 3 Paperback – 15 Nov 2004

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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid Manga Fun 11 May 2015
By J. Butler - Published on
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AI Love you was written by the same author that did Love Hina. They have similar themes (nerdy loser falls for hot babe). Ken's style definitely matured from this series to Love Hina, but this book is till a delight to read.

AI Love you originally ran back in the early 90's, so a lot of the computer talk is rather primitive or down right outdated. Still, it is fun to see a comic tackle what people thought the internet was like back in 1994. The AI in the book travel inside computers and encounter malware and virus detectors, much like ones you would see today. Obviously artistic license was used to make the story more exciting than accurate.

The book is full of heart and quite mild in terms of violence and language. There is some partial nudity, but nothing explicit. Definitely worth a look if you are a fan of Love Hina.
4.0 out of 5 stars i need to read these again 28 May 2012
By kameyo - Published on
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this is volume three of ken akamatsu's first series if your familiar with his later series you can see the progression of his art. still a good read even though a lot of the plot devices are win95 era technology
5.0 out of 5 stars love it 20 Oct. 2015
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