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Chobits: Vol 2: v. 2 Paperback – 1 May 2004
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Despite this, it's still very enjoyable; in this volume Chi finds out that Hideki needs cash, so she tries to find herself a job. However there are plenty of shady business men out there who'd be happy to take advantage of an innocent persocom like Chi. Hideki is horrified when he learns from a friend that Chi got a job-at a local peep show!!
Adorable artwork and great humour-just perhaps not the best Chobits book in the series.
I havn't read the last two yet but their in my bag.
You can get the general jist of it, from browsing the posts here, this is the first manga I've purchased and it is going to be very hard for others to come up to this kind of level, making me both chuckle manically or well up (no tears yet though ;c)) on the train.
Anyway I recommend it to anyone with a heart, coz thats what this book has, heart and emotion.
In Volume 2, Chi finds out Hideki is broke, and wants to help him by getting a job. She goes out to find one when he's not there, and gets a rather... shady kind of job. Namely, in a entertainment establishment called 'live peep' which is a strip place. Hideki flips when he finds out about this.
I wont say any more other wise I'll ruin it.
Chobits 2 is very good over all, and quite funny, not much romance in this one.
Still, Hideki has to be careful, as there are many people interested in her, and he has to make sure he doesn't fall in love with her, afterall, she's just a computer, or maybe... she might be something more...
A funny, wonderful story, could make you sad, but could also make you feel warmed by the emotion that is detailed and well composed in the new series by Clamp. Their take on for manga has evolved, and certainly, no one's complaining. One of their best works yet.
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