30 review for Tokyo Crazy Paradise, Vol. 19

  1. 5 out of 5

    MaguiWorld

    Aaaaaah el final 🥺🥺 Me hubiera gustado ver más sobre otros dos personajes pero no fue así y es como que #lloro. De todas formas el final me gustó mucho, creo que tuvo un plot bastante bueno y que le dió un momento muy emotivo al último tomo.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marielle

    This manga was the most adorable, funny, entertaining, and awesome thing I have ever read! It was sad, but it didn't crush me like some other yakuza manga *cough, cough, Love in the Mask* did. It had a good ending, though I wish that they had gone a little farther into the future for the "After" chapter. I also wish that Tsukasa had said that she would become the Seisai, but I'm just going to pretend that she did because that makes me feel better :D Anyway.... This is my favorite manga EVER!!! R This manga was the most adorable, funny, entertaining, and awesome thing I have ever read! It was sad, but it didn't crush me like some other yakuza manga *cough, cough, Love in the Mask* did. It had a good ending, though I wish that they had gone a little farther into the future for the "After" chapter. I also wish that Tsukasa had said that she would become the Seisai, but I'm just going to pretend that she did because that makes me feel better :D Anyway.... This is my favorite manga EVER!!! READ IT!!!!!! READ IT RIGHT NOW!!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Mateo

    After reading “Skip Beat!”, which is another manga made by Nakamura Yoshiki, I was instantly pulled into Tokyo Crazy Paradise. At first I wasn’t sure if I should read it because at the beginning of the first volume, the art seemed a bit edgy but then as i continued deeper, the storyline became so intact with my interest in any kind of story. It’s set in a futuristic Japan where crime has elevated and apathy prevails, Tsukasa (the protagonist) is brought up as a boy in order to protect her from After reading “Skip Beat!”, which is another manga made by Nakamura Yoshiki, I was instantly pulled into Tokyo Crazy Paradise. At first I wasn’t sure if I should read it because at the beginning of the first volume, the art seemed a bit edgy but then as i continued deeper, the storyline became so intact with my interest in any kind of story. It’s set in a futuristic Japan where crime has elevated and apathy prevails, Tsukasa (the protagonist) is brought up as a boy in order to protect her from the crime-ridden Japan. When the murder of Tsukasa's parents leaves her and her brothers homeless, she finds herself turning to the same people responsible for the deaths of her parents - the yakuza and fellow classmate/Yakuzi head, Ryuji. From their very first meeting, Tsukasa finds herself in debt to Ryuji, and the only way to pay it off is to become his bodyguard. Yet, the incurring debt seems to greatly increase, regardless of how much Tsukasa works. After reading the first and second chapter, I was so excited and interested in Tsukasa and Ryuji. Now Ryuji, as the head of the yakuza (japanese gangsters), seemed so real. I’ve honestly have never seen a mafia group but his personality fits so well with the situations. Heroines of shoujo manga that meet MY definition of strength are few and far between. Love is not their #1 focus, tears are rarely shed, and they’re doing their best to live their life despite negative past/present situations. And perhaps most important of all, they make me laugh. It’s a bit rare that I like a shoujo series where comedy isn’t one of the main aspects of the series. I consider Nakamura’s heroines the strongest and most admirable heroines in shoujo existence currently, they meet all my criteria. Although in an actual fight Tsukasa would win, when I refer to Kyoko’s (Referring to the main character in Skip Beat!) strength it’s more of a mental strength.The heroine Tsukasa is a real fighter, and as a result she gets injured pretty badly in the series, I like that this series doesn’t go easy on the women fighters. When they win it feels like a REAL hard earned win, not like they tricked their way into a winning because sometimes I get that feeling from a lot of female fighters in manga. Don’t let Tsukasa’s boyish image fool you, because when she puts on a wig and dresses like a girl, she becomes extremely gorgeous. It’s kind of a refreshing change of pace to have someone like Ryuji as the hero of a shoujo series. But both Tsukasa and Ryuji are diamonds in the corrupt disgusting rough that is Tokyo. In the end, was so sad that it was over but it did have a great ending. The fact that Tsukasa and Ryuji fell in love with each other was amazing and the battle scenes were so epic. I felt that Tokyo Crazy Paradise was made to attract those who are into the genres action, comedy, drama, gender bender, martial arts, romance, and shoujo. This manga is rated probably 14 years old and up. Overall this was one of the best mangas that I have read and personally I read more than you know.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Rena

    Okay, so I wasn't completely satisfied with the ending, but everything turned out great. I absolutely love Kali, the huge black cat. She is so adorable and funny. I have to say that is probably the best gift for Tsukasa. The romance isn't quite delivered in either case for Asago and the cop or Tsukasa and Ryuji, but I guess I can live with it. It is just such a funny and epic tale that it can be forgiven for a few loose ends. I mean, you know what happens after, but it would be nice to get some Okay, so I wasn't completely satisfied with the ending, but everything turned out great. I absolutely love Kali, the huge black cat. She is so adorable and funny. I have to say that is probably the best gift for Tsukasa. The romance isn't quite delivered in either case for Asago and the cop or Tsukasa and Ryuji, but I guess I can live with it. It is just such a funny and epic tale that it can be forgiven for a few loose ends. I mean, you know what happens after, but it would be nice to get some concrete evidence of it. *sigh* I really did end up enjoying this series. It really is worth it in the end.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ella Cademartori

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I know people usually hate shoujo, and I'm picky about the kinds I like, but I really enjoyed this one. As people say, it is semi formulaic, but it's shoujo, so you kind of have to expect it. This one is great because the heroine doesn't change once she starts having feelings for the guy besides the embarrassment and the normal feelings that almost everyone has when they start to fall in love. The plot was excellent and I was glued to the books as I read through them I know people usually hate shoujo, and I'm picky about the kinds I like, but I really enjoyed this one. As people say, it is semi formulaic, but it's shoujo, so you kind of have to expect it. This one is great because the heroine doesn't change once she starts having feelings for the guy besides the embarrassment and the normal feelings that almost everyone has when they start to fall in love. The plot was excellent and I was glued to the books as I read through them

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ipshita

    Awesome action scenes, but the ending is dissatisfying. Wish there was at least one more chapter to act as an epilogue.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Yasmin

    Nice ending

  8. 4 out of 5

    Shuling

    I still can't believe I finished the whole 100+ chapters in just two days even though I made my best effort to slow my pace. There's just something magical about Nakamura's art, like Skip Beat. That's not the art style that I normally prefer but it's so irresistible. I got all this jittery and heart pounding for Ryuji it's not even funny (and that guy is only 14?! You kidding me? I feel like such a pedophile!) Most important of all, it's the eyes. Nakamura is really, really good at drawing the e I still can't believe I finished the whole 100+ chapters in just two days even though I made my best effort to slow my pace. There's just something magical about Nakamura's art, like Skip Beat. That's not the art style that I normally prefer but it's so irresistible. I got all this jittery and heart pounding for Ryuji it's not even funny (and that guy is only 14?! You kidding me? I feel like such a pedophile!) Most important of all, it's the eyes. Nakamura is really, really good at drawing the eyes. Of course there's the crazy storyline. I'm all for crazy stuff for my manga but this is some crazy plotting and foreshadowing. Also the unexpected turn of events and out-of-nowhere comedy were determining factors that I feel so lost right now that I've finished the whole thing. There were some moments that make me wish that I've the superpower to punch through paper to get to a certain character *cough* Asago *cough*. But she got okay in the end. And Kamojima! Damn you for making me cry! My complain for the ending? Not enough kisses and hugs!! Come on, guys. You didn't do that all that much in the first 100+ chapters, the very least you can do is show me something lovey dovey in the ending, right? Ugh! Anyway, nice story and addicting art styles and convincing character growth. Best manga read in a while.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Beiyu

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Incredible, one of the best manga I've ever read. Tsukasa is exactly the kind of character I've been wanting to read about ever since I finished Kaichou wa maid-Sama. She's courageous, just, kind and willing to stand up for what she thinks is right. Watching Tsukasa's character development was great and one of the best parts about the story. To be honest I sort of guessed that Tsukasa was Wakasa's daughter after too many comparisons were made. Love Ryuuji, Tsukasa x Ryuuji is my new otp. I had a Incredible, one of the best manga I've ever read. Tsukasa is exactly the kind of character I've been wanting to read about ever since I finished Kaichou wa maid-Sama. She's courageous, just, kind and willing to stand up for what she thinks is right. Watching Tsukasa's character development was great and one of the best parts about the story. To be honest I sort of guessed that Tsukasa was Wakasa's daughter after too many comparisons were made. Love Ryuuji, Tsukasa x Ryuuji is my new otp. I had a hate-love feeling towards Asago, but since she's now in love with the cop I guess I do love her. Kamo's death came at a surprise but I expected it the moment I saw how injured he was, although I kept hoping that he would make it. As for Wakasa and Shiva, what a surprise, I did not see that one coming. Just goes to show what a fantastic story this is. Now that I've finished it, what am I to do with my life?

  10. 5 out of 5

    TeFo

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This manga was SOOO GOOD!!! Also Yoshiki Nakamura is the same author as Skip Beat! The detailed drawing was guaranteed a thumbs up from me because I tend to pore over the details during the fighting and fast paced scenes. LOVE the constant changing scenarios and the addition of new characters that contributed to the story. The twists and turns of the events in the story curves away from the typical romance stories and dig this, one of the main FEMALE characters, of all things, loses one of her a This manga was SOOO GOOD!!! Also Yoshiki Nakamura is the same author as Skip Beat! The detailed drawing was guaranteed a thumbs up from me because I tend to pore over the details during the fighting and fast paced scenes. LOVE the constant changing scenarios and the addition of new characters that contributed to the story. The twists and turns of the events in the story curves away from the typical romance stories and dig this, one of the main FEMALE characters, of all things, loses one of her arms. Exciting and intriguing plot with romance, but still stayed true to the theme of fighting and battle of justice. Fell in love with the characters, their wittiness and humor. This manga was so darn FUNNY. I found out it was possible to cry and laugh in a duration of five minutes... pretty intense stuff. The fighting style and characters were unique and awe- mazing!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Penny

    A futuristic, gender-bender hilarious manga that takes place in Tokyo II, that's about a 14 year-old girl called Tsukasa, who was raised as a boy due to the crime rate against women. Along with her 3 other brothers they get kicked out of their house because they don't have and money to pay rent. As a result she seeks out her rich yakuza classmate Ryuji. As payment for the debt she owes him for helping them she is works it off as his bodyguard. I was laughing every minute a great read for manga re A futuristic, gender-bender hilarious manga that takes place in Tokyo II, that's about a 14 year-old girl called Tsukasa, who was raised as a boy due to the crime rate against women. Along with her 3 other brothers they get kicked out of their house because they don't have and money to pay rent. As a result she seeks out her rich yakuza classmate Ryuji. As payment for the debt she owes him for helping them she is works it off as his bodyguard. I was laughing every minute a great read for manga readers!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    The final volume starts off with Chapters 107-112. I'll write more when my editing mode hits. Happy Readings! Fly my Pretties! Fly! The final volume starts off with Chapters 107-112. I'll write more when my editing mode hits. Happy Readings! Fly my Pretties! Fly!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Hipployta

    How I love this series and recommend it to everyone. The mangaka current series is Skip Beat...enough said right?!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Jane H

    I really liked the series, although I thought it would end just a little bit differently.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Brendy

    This is a far as I get in this series so this rating is 4 the whole series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cassie

    This was a really good ending to a really amazing story. I have read this over a few times and it still makes my heart move.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lena

  18. 4 out of 5

    Laura

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

  20. 4 out of 5

    Irene Sol

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ceese

  22. 4 out of 5

    Genie

  23. 5 out of 5

    Beatriz Martinez

  24. 4 out of 5

    Hilda Rojas

  25. 4 out of 5

    Galia

  26. 4 out of 5

    Abi

  27. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

  28. 4 out of 5

    Angela Sebastian

  29. 4 out of 5

    Brie

  30. 4 out of 5

    Satvika

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