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Kiss of Voice (manga)
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Sonna Koedashi cha Iya! (Japanese)
Objectionable content: Intense
Plot Summary: Hina was a rookie voice actress who got a rare chance to perform as the female lead of an anime adaptation of a popular manga. However, due to lack of experience, her performance was not accepted by her colleague Hasumi who, despite of his young age, had been regarded as a genius voice actor. In order to improve her skills, Hasumi half-lured, half-forced Hina to accept a series of "special trainings," especially of those ecchi scenes. Hina, who had a crush on her childhood friend-turned-idol Takeshi, tried to resist Hasumi's "invitation," but she found herself completely defenseless in front of his charming voice.
User Ratings: 6 ratings have been given [details]
Number of tankoubon: 7
Number of pages: 192
Release dates: We have 7
Starting from the third tankoubon, Kiss of Voice has a limited edition with an additional DVD per volume. Within it was "digital manga" i.e. manga with music, animated background, and voice acting. Unlike most "drama CD," those "digital manga" follow the story closely and are not available separately, making it similar to an audio book. Thus this is one of those few manga which features voice actors.
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Story & Art: Iori Shigano
Publisher: Shogakukan, Inc.
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