Manga: Discussing About Volume Covers of Komi-san Can’t Communicate Part 2

Chinese New Year is over. It is my second month that I have earned my wages. The anime season in this quarter is almost over, despite me reading their mangas (Kaguya, GoToubun, Neverland, Domestic, Kakegurui just to name a few) chapters weekly. I dabble in some Olympiad Linguistic Puzzles and I watched Maths Mansion on YouTube as an excuse to improve my mathematical foundations.

But I have not written anything in my blogpost at all, even though it is an hobby for me anyway.

So, for this really quick return, I present to you the covers of the next batch of Komi-san wa Komyushou Desu or Komi-san Can’t Communicate by Oda Tomohito, who is still on her quest to make new friends. First batch is here.

Warning: Spoilers Alert and covers are collected from Mangadex, uploader oalaro.

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I’m Bored: Talking About The Covers of Komi-san wa Komyusho desu

Komi-san Wa Komyusho Desu (Komi-san can’t communicate) by Oda Tomohito.

Magazine Published: Weekly Shonen Sunday

Summary (According to Mangakakalot): Komi-san is the beautiful and admirable girl that no-one can take their eyes off her. Almost the whole school sees her as the cold beauty out of their league, but Tadano Shigeo knows the truth: she’s just really bad at communicating with others. Komi-san, who wishes to fix this bad habit of hers, tries to improve it with the help of Tadano-kun.

Why do I recommend it: A really fun story with the interactions between the main characters being the star of the show.

The Signature Style of the Covers: Komi looking at us when she is at an event.

Warning: Spoilers Abound up until Chapter 70, and discussing about my thoughts on the characters who appears in the cover.

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