ラヴベクトル: 第 1 巻

集英社

高校生のとき、友達の弟・孝知とつき合っていた千穂。でも、お互い初めての「交際」だったため、うまくいかずに、破局してしまう…。ところがある日、偶然再会した孝知は、「カンペキ」な男の子に変貌していて…!? (「ラヴベクトル」) 彼氏のDVに悩むミカは、幼馴染のエルと再会して!? (「Rebirth」)他1編。 「ザ マーガレット」他で超好評だった珠玉の読切、待望のコミックス化!! 【収録作品】ラヴベクトル/アイノホトリ/Rebirth
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集英社
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Published on
Sep 25, 2009
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Pages
200
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Japanese
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Comics & Graphic Novels / General
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