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Tsunami Channel

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Genre: Manga
Date Added: Before Time Began
Last Update: 19 October 2010
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Current Comic Ranking: 8078/26237
Views This Month: 254   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 50   (More...)
Favourite of: 97 members
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Terrific art and story, about a college "boy" whose professor ruins his life... by sending his new android sister, katana wielding chick, japanese speaking fiancee, and a friend who'll seduce anything that moves... into his house!

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lionbeast 4/5
i read trough this comics and i really like it. but i still like mega tokyo better. because megatokyo has his own world that doesn't have tsunami channel. this comics just takes all the clichees that you can find in love hina and other mangas. so it doesn't stand out but it is still funny to read.
Falken 4/5
I disagree, the megatokyo art is better quality for this kind of storytelling. This comics style gets very very busy and hard to understand at points.

Also, the story is very good, but it lacks the instant connections people can make with characters like Largo and Piro, and relies too much on the reader knowing the subject matter to an almost otaku degree.

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