Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 6

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 6

LONG DISTANCES In order to save Amamizukan, the girls decide to put up an exhibition of their work. When the Jelly Fish dresses catch the eye of Asia?s greatest fashion influencer, Kai, it?s not only the dresses that the mogul wants?it?s the designer herself. Tsukimi and the gang are about to get the massive break they need, but at what price?? Afraid that he may lose Tsuki LONG DISTANCES In order to save Amamizukan, the girls decide to put up an exhibition of their work. When...

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Title:Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 6
Author:Akiko Higashimura
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1632362325
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:344 pages pages

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 6 Reviews

  • Maija
    Apr 23, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

    I'd give the first volume in this 4 stars, the second one 3. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the plot developments. I love Mayaya, though. And Shu. ...

  • Denise
    May 01, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

  • Sara
    Apr 16, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

  • Kate
    Nov 20, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

    I'd give the first volume in this 4 stars, the second one 3. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the plot developments. I love Mayaya, though. And Shu. ...

    Stuff is getting REAL! It's nice to see the comic really start to roll, and Tsukimi take some initiative. I'm curious how it'll turn out. ...

    we entering some mild soap opera plots territory! ...

    Less funny than other volumes, but new dramas and twists and turns. Can't wait for the next one! ...

  • Emily
    May 16, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

  • Woowott
    Nov 25, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

  • Kassandra
    Nov 27, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

  • Mary
    Oct 10, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

  • Sarah Schanze
    Dec 30, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

    I'd give the first volume in this 4 stars, the second one 3. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the plot developments. I love Mayaya, though. And Shu. ...

    Stuff is getting REAL! It's nice to see the comic really start to roll, and Tsukimi take some initiative. I'm curious how it'll turn out. ...

  • Katja
    May 22, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

  • Rebecca
    Jan 14, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

  • Andrea
    Mar 14, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

  • Anna
    Aug 15, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

    I'd give the first volume in this 4 stars, the second one 3. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the plot developments. I love Mayaya, though. And Shu. ...

    Stuff is getting REAL! It's nice to see the comic really start to roll, and Tsukimi take some initiative. I'm curious how it'll turn out. ...

    we entering some mild soap opera plots territory! ...

  • Tamara
    Nov 02, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

  • Julia
    Nov 25, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

  • Lizzy // The Bookish Unicorn
    Mar 05, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

  • Haylee Huddleston
    Sep 19, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

  • Shala
    Jun 19, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

  • Samantha Bee
    Jan 27, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

  • Katy
    Mar 19, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

  • Rod Brown
    Nov 05, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

  • Aaron
    Aug 03, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

  • James
    Sep 09, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Feb 03, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

    I must know what happens next! Things were starting to get interesting and it just ends!! ...

    princess jellyfish!!!!!!!! ...

    I'd give the first volume in this 4 stars, the second one 3. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the plot developments. I love Mayaya, though. And Shu. ...

    Stuff is getting REAL! It's nice to see the comic really start to roll, and Tsukimi take some initiative. I'm curious how it'll turn out. ...

    we entering some mild soap opera plots territory! ...

    Less funny than other volumes, but new dramas and twists and turns. Can't wait for the next one! ...

    Good volumes. ...

  • Kim Dyer
    Nov 21, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

  • Ken Yuen
    Mar 06, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

  • L.
    Feb 17, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...

    This delightful romantic comedy keeps going, start from the beginning of course! A nice change of pace for when you read too many dark and dystopian books. ...

    So glad I'm finally rereading/catching up on this series! Shu is so adorably/somewhat annoyingly naive for a man of his age. Kuranosuke is as fabulous as ever. ...

    Wow I read this one fast... I have to admit I didn?t see this story turn. I can?t believe there?s only one volume left! ...

    4.5 stars. So much happened in this volume. A potential story line came out of nowhere! I am seriously excited to see how the next volume goes! ...

    Oh no! "Your princess is not in this castle!" Finally catching up to where I last was in the series! 5? ...

  • Jake
    Nov 06, 2017

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

  • Laura
    Apr 27, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

  • Perri
    May 24, 2018

    This is the first volume that I've read following watching the drama. It's really interesting to see how condensed some aspects of the manga become in the drama version (although some of the streamlining can be justified). Can't say that I'm a big fan of Fish and his stuff. Here's ...

    This volume wasn't as good as the previous ones, and I was a little disappointed because I had enjoyed the others so much and really wanted the series to continue to go strong. That was until I got to the end. It was so sad, Tsukimi's sacrifice to save the Amars home was heartbreaking,...

    Wow does shit get real in this volume. So many instances of dundundun drama. Still really well done, with characteristic humor and delight. I am so glad I have the next one on hand to find out what's going on! Fantastic series. ...

    Of course this ends on a huge world ending plot change and I don't have the next volume! *cries* ...

    Liked this better than the last volume. It was nice to actually see Lina, and I'm curious to see where things are heading next. I love these nerdy girls so much. ...

    I love this series and all it embodies to death, but good lord are some chapters ever wordy to the point that I just skim. Unfortunately this volume has a few of those. Overall, the drama gets knocked up a notch, and one can?t help but admire Tsukimi for stepping up to the challen...

    "So, basically, the shark at the jelly . . . and then that shark got swallowed up by a whale?" The life of a jelly is quite challenging these days, is it not? Somehow, in some way, the women of Amars are on the path to success with their fashion brand . . . almost. On the presumptio...

    New plot developments! That was refreshing, the series has been in a lull but now a new player enters to the race for Amamizukan and brings new kind of problems for Amars and Kuranosuke. The Amars try to sell Jelly Fish dresses at an exhibition and while there, get noticed by a fore...

    Probably the most fashion industry explanation heavy volume, it delves deeper into what Amars is going to have to do to save their home and their brand. Things are looking tense as an Asian fashion king takes an interest in Tsukimi's designs and wants her to design for him. Kuranosuke ...

    I still love this series, but I did find this volume to be a bit hard work in places. I must admit that I read this for the characters and very odd humour, but this volume was a bit more fashion heavy than the other ones, with discussions about popular fashion attitudes in Japan that w...

    The Jellyfish encounter a fish--Kai Fish, CEO of the largest apparel company in Asia. He wants Tsukimi to work for him but Kuranosuke thinks that's a terrible idea. It takes him a while to realize he doesn't want Tsukimi to leave him. Meanwhile, Shu meets up with Kuranosuke's mother...

    The plot has finally inched forward. I really thought nothing would happen with Amamizukan (sp??) until the last book (even though nothing has really happened). I honestly hope Tsukimi goes through with her part of the deal. I guess we're supposed to hate Fish, but I think it would be...

    The Jellyfish crew have their first real set back in the fashion industry. This volume adds a new interesting character and a pretty major plot hook. Honestly if you have read this far in the series you know what you are getting. My biggest complaint is that the love tension betwee...

    Less on the romance this round and more on the dress selling. I really love the plays the Mayaya and Bamba-san put on in times of distress! I wasn't as wild about the dresses in this volume, but I'd love to see what they would look like in real life. Additionally, can't wait to see the...

    This is one of the stronger entries in what has proven to be a consistently entertaining series. The usual comic hijinks during the fashion exhibit are enjoyable, and an overseas trip for one character and the possibility of another trip for the main character add some dramatic heft. I...

    I love this series! I can't wait to discover what the Amars will do now that Tsukimi has "sold" herself. Stop her, Kuranosuke! ...

    Nooo I did not like smarmy fashion guy. And Tsukimi being "sold" is just...whut? ...

    So amazing, did not disappoint! ...