Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends
Yomi Hirasaka is an author of light novels whose best known work, Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends, has been adapted into two hit manga series, an anime, and a live action movie.
Itachi is a Japanese manga artist who is best known for Haganai: I Don’t Have Many Friends.
Yomi Hirasaka is an author of light novels whose best known work, Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends, has been adapted into two hit manga series, an anime, and a live action movie.
Itachi is a Japanese manga artist who is best known for Haganai: I Don't Have Many Friends.
The New York Times bestseller manga about fandom continues!
This is the tenth volume of an ongoing manga series that is sure to appeal to today’s manga fans in the same way The Big Bang Theory appeals to geeks.
Recent high school transfer student Hasegawa Kodaka is pathetically inept at making friends. Kodaka is an outcast, with his natural blond hair which he inherited from his deceased English mother, and his unpleasant, fierce gaze. When he comes across the brash loner Mikazuki Yozora, who typically chats with her imaginary friend, the two outsiders become the unlikeliest of allies.
Realizing that they have no hope of a normal social life, the two rejects decide to form a group called “The Neighbor’s Club” in order to make friends and maybe even learn a thing or two about social skills. As luck would have it, five new members join the club who are more socially awkward than they are. Will these quirky misfits ever make normal friends, or are they all doomed to social failure?
A DAY AT THE MALL
Kobato's birthday is coming up, so what better excuse for a party? For the Neighbors Club, a group of socially-inept students with no clue how to make friends, it's an opportunity for a practice party so they'll know how to behave when they go to a real party…someday. Of course, a party calls for presents, so it's time for a group shopping trip! Kodaka comes along to help the girls shop, but what our favorite misfits will come back with is anybody's guess.
Also on the horizon is the school festival, an opportunity for clubs to strut their stuff! The question is, how does a dysfunctional group like the Neighbors Club come up with a single idea that will appeal to anyone but themselves?