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Alex and Sandy (and their panty-stealing pet hamster Echiboo) have survived an entire semester of unspeakable tortures at the hands of five crazed yaoi fangirls. Now the whole gang is off to the anime convention Hatsu-Con where sparks fly as the Aoi House gang comes face to face with their bitter rivals: "They Who Must Not Be Named"! Nonstop craziness and fan service abounAlex and Sandy (and their panty-stealing pet hamster Echiboo) have survived an entire semester of unspeakable tortures at the hands of five crazed yaoi fangirls. Now the whole gang is off to the anime convention Hatsu-Con where sparks fly as the Aoi House gang comes face to face with their bitter rivals: "They Who Must Not Be Named"! Nonstop craziness and fan service abound in Aoi House's most outrageous adventure yet!Seven Seas is pleased to present this omnibus edition which contains Volumes 1 and 2 of Aoi House in Love! in one affordable collection!...

Title : Aoi House Omnibus 2
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ISBN : 9781934876268
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 352 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Aoi House Omnibus 2 Reviews

  • Mehsi
    2018-12-16 16:25

    Conventions, (y)aoi and (y)uri houses, ecchi hamsters, anime/manga/game references, romance, and much much more. A really fun manga-styled comic! I had heard of it years and years ago, but never had an interest in until now. I also still need to read the first omnibus, so I was at times a bit confused, but not for too long. I am happy that they at least including a summary + a blurb, and also told us about the characters.The book starts with our (y)aoi house going to a convention and taking with them way too much stuff. Before they get to the con however they get lost, visit all sorts of weird sightseeing stuff. But then the con happens and I just couldn't stop reading. This is the convention of my dreams. I wish my convention visits were this crazy, weird, over-the-top, silly, and engaging. I am sure I would be dead at the end of it all, but I would have had so much fun. There are panels (which had me in stitches, oh my gosh, I want that panel in real life), cosplay events, battles between the houses, movies, awards, well, everything. Plus of course many many references to anime, game, manga. A few popular series, but also some lesser known. And then there are a ton of tropes that have been thrown into the story. Normally an overload isn't something I want, but in this case I am making an exception as it fits too well and makes everything more silly and fabulous.I am not too sure how I felt about Elle(n). She was a bit too hot/cold for me. Too tsundere. At moments she was just depressed mess, and the next she would be shouting, screaming and raining terror upon anyone dissing her house or her favourite things. The romance plot surrounding her? Eh, it was such a cliche that I couldn't really like it much.Just a shame the story started sucking when the convention reached its ending. Up to that point it was 4.5 stars. But then suddenly weird stuff happened that just didn't make any sense and totally sucked the enjoyment out of the book. Aliens? Tentacles? Silent Hill. Sorry no. It didn't work out for me. After that part was over it picked up with a fun speedrun through the college days (though I wish that was instead highlighted over the stupid lost in nowhere plot), but then that side story. Sorry, but hamster x human sex is not what I want to know about. Eww. Even if it was a movie, it just didn't sit right with me.The art was pretty great and fun. I loved how the characters were drawn, and I loved the little details that were all over the book. Sometimes I had to flip back to see all the details. So much fun.The ending was pretty cute, I loved seeing where all the characters ended up/how their lives went after college.So if we forget about that awkward lost part, or the ecchiboo thing, and instead had something highlighting their college (and not speeding up, thank you), I would have rated this book a 4.5 stars. As it is now I am rating it 3.5 stars. I would still recommend the book, it did have its fun moments and I did laugh and enjoy seeing all the references/tropes.Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  • Poppy
    2018-11-21 11:28

    I’m quite sad that I didn’t like this one, because I remember really enjoying the first book in the Aoi House Omnibus collection and that I as soon as I was finished wanted to get my hands on the second one. It took a while before I actually got it though, and maybe that’s one of the reasons why I didn’t enjoy this one. That it had just been too much time in between. Now there was a while ago I read manga at all the last time, and I’m not sure if my view had altered but I did not feel like I got time to actually understand how everything was connected. Overall, the fact that I didn’t like this really upsets me, because I really wanted to continue loving it.

  • Heather
    2018-12-03 13:37

    Once I finished omnibus v.1 I HAD to get volume 2 read! No buts about it.One of the best endings I've ever read to a Manga for sure! I wasn't sad that it ended, but I wish there was more to read because it's so good that you don't want it to end. It's just that good. The guys and girls get into more trouble, more laughs, and Echiboo is Echiboo. There's no other way to describe that panty-thieving hamster.I think part of the reason that I'm fine with the ending is because they go on to tell you "where they are now" and it answers a lot of questions, but it does raise a few more. Excellent read!!!

  • Darla
    2018-12-08 10:37

    As much as I loved this series, I think the last half fell apart and felt rushed.

  • Vixenfur
    2018-11-21 17:36

    I read it!! x3 Loved it.