Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 7

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 7

A BRAND NEW WORLDIn order to save Amamizukan, Tsukimi makes the ultimate sacrifice: She goes to Singapore to work as a designer for Kai’s fashion company. While Amars seems to accept Tsukimi’s departure and the end of Jelly Fish, Kuranosuke refuses to give her up without a fight! As she floats further and further away from home, Tsukimi struggles to learn the ins and outs...

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Title:Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 7
Author:Akiko Higashimura
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Edition Language:English

Princess Jellyfish 2-in-1 Omnibus, Volume 7 Reviews

  • Ken Yuen

    Finally actually done reading it. It's surprising to see the Singapore arc get cut from the drama, but a lot of that and the Kai Fish stuff isn't really what interests me about this series, so maybe it's for the best?

    Kind of strange to see how the drama diverges from the manga. There's one episode left in the drama, and volume 8 of this won't come out for a few weeks, so I'll see the end of the drama before the end of the manga.

    One thing that would have made the manga a bit better is they should

    Finally actually done reading it. It's surprising to see the Singapore arc get cut from the drama, but a lot of that and the Kai Fish stuff isn't really what interests me about this series, so maybe it's for the best?

    Kind of strange to see how the drama diverges from the manga. There's one episode left in the drama, and volume 8 of this won't come out for a few weeks, so I'll see the end of the drama before the end of the manga.

    One thing that would have made the manga a bit better is they should have marked the lines that are spoken in English. It's not obvious at all, and it makes it hard to understand Tsukimi's confusion. Like in Genshiken, they'd mark the English with asterisks or something. Or put the font in italics or brackets.

  • Shala

    Love this series!

  • Julia

    The plot continues to move at a glacial pace. I'd give up but there are only 2 (technically 4) volumes left.

    I continue to be exasperated with the Amars. Please get a job. Not all jobs require talking to people or even going outside. Get some job related to your hobby and sell something on line. It pissed me off when Mayaya and Banba were tired of taking care of Clara after one day and considered releasing her into the ocean. What the hell? Tsukimi saved all of your asses and this is the best yo

    The plot continues to move at a glacial pace. I'd give up but there are only 2 (technically 4) volumes left.

    I continue to be exasperated with the Amars. Please get a job. Not all jobs require talking to people or even going outside. Get some job related to your hobby and sell something on line. It pissed me off when Mayaya and Banba were tired of taking care of Clara after one day and considered releasing her into the ocean. What the hell? Tsukimi saved all of your asses and this is the best you can do?

    Tsukimi was better in this volume. I was reminded that she's only 19, so I'm trying to be nicer to her. It still annoys me how unaware she is of anything not about her and her interests. I did like her new motivation of wanting to design for/with her friends.

    Kuranosuke also annoys me. This contract is a big deal for Tsukimi and her friends. The house is saved and Tsukimi is learning valuable work skills as well as finally getting out of the house and learning about other people. If Kuranosuke really loves her he should be happy and let her be. Just Skype her or whatever.

    In this volume Fish was given more development as well as a back story. I don't like him as a person but I'm interested to see where he goes.

    Shu existed... Another character I don't care for. I have to give Kuranosuke credit when he called out Shu for never recognizing Tsukimi in her disguise. That always annoyed me. I don't really want it to work out between them. (Though the ring he bought was sweet)

  • Kim Dyer

    Despite the dramatic ending of the previous volume, I found this collection to be a bit on the slow side. Not a lot happens to advance the story beyond Tsukimi's relocation to Singapore. As the focus is mainly on her and Kai, the other AMARs slip into the background. This was a shame as, up until now, the story has been more of an ensemble piece and I did miss Tsukimi's friends.

    There was also surprisingly little character development this time. Tsukimi's "kidnapping" really should have given Shu

    Despite the dramatic ending of the previous volume, I found this collection to be a bit on the slow side. Not a lot happens to advance the story beyond Tsukimi's relocation to Singapore. As the focus is mainly on her and Kai, the other AMARs slip into the background. This was a shame as, up until now, the story has been more of an ensemble piece and I did miss Tsukimi's friends.

    There was also surprisingly little character development this time. Tsukimi's "kidnapping" really should have given Shu some time to explore his feelings for her, but he doesn't seem to have really noticed that she's gone. Really, the only character to truly emote in this volume was Kuranosuke.

    As the manga is slowly reaching its conclusion, I really hope that the final volume has a bit more oomph. While I did still enjoy reading this, it didn't have the emotional impact of previous volumes, leaving me worried about how things will eventually pan out.

  • Anna

    Tsukimi is off to Singapore! For pages of "lessons" about the most basic of fashion industry

    The pacing is slow, but so much of the cast now grates on my nerves! The rest of Amars have reached ludicrous levels of selfishness... yeah, you're too dumb to get a job, we get it. But you can't even be arsed to take care of Clara for a bit? Shu's blundering naiveness is become outright infuriating too (at this rate, my dude, you deserve ending up single! Probly won't even notice for a decade or 5)

    and ..

    Tsukimi is off to Singapore! For pages of "lessons" about the most basic of fashion industry

    The pacing is slow, but so much of the cast now grates on my nerves! The rest of Amars have reached ludicrous levels of selfishness... yeah, you're too dumb to get a job, we get it. But you can't even be arsed to take care of Clara for a bit? Shu's blundering naiveness is become outright infuriating too (at this rate, my dude, you deserve ending up single! Probly won't even notice for a decade or 5)

    and ... and is anyone in the fashion industry there for love of clothes at all or are they all just jaded cynics now?

    Highlights include Kuranosuke following "the princess to another castle", and there's more info on Fish (he's a terrible person, but interesting chara so far!)

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    Good volume.

  • Rod Brown

    Plot stuff happens, but mostly I'm just here to visit with the characters.

  • Laura

    I still really like this series, but this volume had a lot of fat-shaming and jokes that just threw me out of my enjoyment each time. It was in the context of fashion and models, but still. Tsukimi and Kuranosuke are still great.

  • Katja

    Uh oh, this omnibus had a dip in the quality. The series is a fun read in general but this volume was plagued by even more glacial pacing than some of the other "slower" parts of the manga and all kinds of shaming towards Tsukimi. It hurts the reader even though Tsukimi herself remains partly ignorant to it because of the language barriers.

    I get that she's faaaar from what the fashion industry people are and that she doesn't know a thing about how the industry works but it's all just cruel and g

    Uh oh, this omnibus had a dip in the quality. The series is a fun read in general but this volume was plagued by even more glacial pacing than some of the other "slower" parts of the manga and all kinds of shaming towards Tsukimi. It hurts the reader even though Tsukimi herself remains partly ignorant to it because of the language barriers.

    I get that she's faaaar from what the fashion industry people are and that she doesn't know a thing about how the industry works but it's all just cruel and gave this volume icky taste. I liked how determined Kuranosuke is saving Tsukimi though even though everybody else has given up. Yes, it was Tsukimi's own decision but one she made without fully realizing things it would bring. It was admirable but stupid too.

    I can't stand the bumbling Shu though, yeah, he's not experienced either but even when people try to tell him things, he doesn't even try to think what Tsukimi thinks and feels. Yeah, she doesn't make it easy for him to understand her because of her own anxiousness but damn, I just want to smack Shu.

    So, there was still cool fashion and Kuranosuke was great and I feel for Tsukimi and wish she gets out of the "prison" soon but all in all this was probably my least favourite volume of this series.

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