Silver Spoon is a "slice-of-life" with a distinct and deliberate narrative arc just under the surface, clearly a deeply personal work for its creator, and all around a pleasant and thoughtful time in the boonies.
Planet Ladder (manga)
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プラネット ラダー (Japanese)
Plot Summary: Kaguya was adopted she was very young. However who she is and where she came from is a mystery. Now in high school she avoids strangers as they want to ask questions of her past. Questions she can't answer. Like where she's originally from and what was her real family like. Then one night her peaceful life is shattered when her adopted father is accused of embezzlement. Since she was young she's always had a dream or memory of a boy who helps her and it is because of him that she wants to be strong and not feel like a weakling so she can help her family. Then a mysterious cell phone call soon leads to mysterious people showing up and taking her away to another planet. Where she learns is her home planet and that she's the legendary princess that everyone wants because she alone will decide which of nine parallel planets will survive.
User Ratings: 71 ratings have been given [details]
Number of tankoubon: 7
Release dates: We have 7
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Tankobon Tower - and then, there was was another column (Feb 11, 2004)
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|Planet Ladder (GN 1) 2002-07-23|
|Planet Ladder (GN 2) 2002-07-28 (from $7.49)|
|Planet Ladder (GN 3) 2002-10-22 (from $7.49)|
|Planet Ladder (GN 4) 2002-12-21 (from $7.49)|
|Planet Ladder (GN 5) 2003-03-11 (from $7.49)|
|Planet Ladder (GN 6) 2004-02-10|
|Planet Ladder (GN 7) 2005-03-08|
Story & Art: Yuri Narushima
Art Director: Matt Afford (1, 2, 3)
Translation: Gabi Blumberg (1, 2, 3)
Cover Design: Akemi Imafuku (1, 2, 3)
VP of Production: Ron Klamert (1, 2, 3)
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