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Red String

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Genre: Manga
Date Added: 27 November 2004
Last Update: 11 April 2012
Current Comic Ranking: 908/23731
Views This Month: 2401   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 438   (More...)
Favourite of: 355 members
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Red String is a story of self-discovery and finding your true place in life. In a world of obligations and high expectations, Miharu and her friends journey together in search of their true selves buried deep within.

Current synopsis by: ginabiggs
Current image by: ginabiggs

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DaSolution 1/5
This soap opera-y crap is full of fillers and of no substance. It\'s explores all types of love, but not of it with interest. It\'s like a spin-cycle that keeps on going but really goes nowhere.

Gina Biggs really worn the wheel out of this story, as it offers nothing new that you find in any cheesy Shoujo story.

And I haven\'t even touch that stupid, filthy, disgusting, nasty relationship between Fuuko and Hanae. They deserve to be straightened out.
J-- 5/5
I read many comics, but this has instantly made it to the top of my list. The art is beautiful, and the characters and plot are wonderfully developed.
L'ope 5/5
accurately and lovingly created. The japanese culture is portrayed in a way so far from western culture it seems alien to us but it is stangely beautiful. The comic is full of schoolgirl drama but that is by no means bad. In fact in this case it is very good. There is a lot of symbolism used as metaphors for love. It's wonderful to see a comic boasting the grandeur of love as well as it's hardships.
Tabris 5/5
I love this i sometimes never read a comic that keep me coming back like that.
Abby 5/5
Very nice art, but it's the story that keeps me coming back. The character's emotions feel genuine to me, which makes it a really fun read.
Misanthrope 4/5
For what it is, a weak-willed-characters shoujo manga, it's pretty much the queen of its genre.
DreamGazer 5/5
Congratulations on the two year running the comic!
LoneStar 1/5
too much drama
DreamGazer 5/5
I just love this (though I've said this wuite a few times). Red string is just really enjoyable.
Gleezus 4/5
Very well drawn, great story. Updates are on time. Great romantic manga.

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