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“ 17-years-ago Vivi, the demon, decided to leave the demon realm and come to the human world. There he found an abandoned baby and on a whim decided to keep it. Since then he lived together with Hana…but having a 14 year-old girl around you, is it really as simple as you think it might be?” -Mangaupdates.com
This is a love story between Vivi, a powerful high class demon, and the human girl he raised, Hana. Vivi (referred to as Bibi in the beginning) has the characteristic of the stereotypical demon, te hana nursery being cold hearted and dense. Interestingly, he is the only demon who ever acted demon-like in the series. Regardless, raising up a human child has warmed up his heart; for the first time someone honestly smiled to him. Now this little girl is fourteen and declares that she wants to be with Vivi forever. But the lifespan of a human is far shorter than a demon. Now not only do they have to overcome Vivi’s cold exterior and the racial barrier, but also the age difference.
The first thing I need to talk about is the age difference. Although Vivi is 184 years older then Hana, they have an honest and pure relationship. By that I mean nothing perverted goes on as the most they do is kiss. This is a cute and lovable manga between a demon and a human, so let’s not have any misconceptions about this, okay?
Throughout the story Hana tries to make Vivi love her and make him show affection to her. This is a challenging processes and requires some help from some of Vivi’s sympathetic friends. The other demons in this manga are also unique individuals. Apparently, not all demons are cruel and evil creatures. Some honestly want to see an impossible relationship, like Hana and Vivi’s, blossom. These characters do more than simply support Hana, but they also have relationship problems te hana nursery of their own. Often Hana is the one, in her innocent ways, that helps them solve their problems. Then there are those, like the demon king, who have fun adding obstacles to Hana and Vivi’s relationship. Luckily, Hana also makes human friends who support her in her plight to win Vivi’s affection.
I have said before that is this a cute manga, and it’s so because of the plot. The artwork is fine in that it doesn’t take away from the manga, but it doesn’t add much to it, either. The humor, however, does add some spice to the manga. Not much spice, but not a lot of spice is needed.
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