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on 20 April 2008
The drawing style of this comic is quite different from that of classical japanese mangas. As story and art are by the Italian author Laura Carboni, it doesn't surprise that the drawing style literally feels italien, to be precise it reminded me of depictions from ancient Rome. But there shouldn't be any misunderstandings: I really like Love Circles and some of the drawings are quite beautiful.

The story is about Davide, a college nerd who is in love with a girl, who doesn't seem to notice him at all, and Valerio, the campus stud. Valerio suggests a change in style and offers Davide his help with this makeover. The result is a complete success and Davide gets his desired date with the girl, but by then his heart doesn't seem to be interested in the girl any more...

I really liked the story and the art of Love Circles and found it to be a refreshing read.
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