Densha Otoko : the story of the Train Man who fell in love with a girl. Volume 2 (Book, 2007) [WorldCat.org]
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Densha Otoko : the story of the Train Man who fell in love with a girl. Volume 2

Author: Wataru Watanabe; Hitori Nakano; Sheldon Drzka
Publisher: La Jolla, CA : WildStorm Productions, ©2007.
Series: CMX. Comedy
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
"A real-life thread on an internet forum started it all. A nerdy otaku meets a girl on a train and posts an urgent query on the web--How the heck do you talk to girls? What should he wear on the date? Where should they go? The forum's response was amazing, and the thread grew incrementally longer as the nerd's relationship with the woman developed. Eventually published in book format to become a best seller, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Graphic novels
Romance comic books, strips, etc
comic books
comic strips
Romance fiction
Comics (Graphic works)
Bandes dessinées
Comic books, strips, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wataru Watanabe; Hitori Nakano; Sheldon Drzka
ISBN: 9781401211424 1401211429
OCLC Number: 865254187
Notes: Translation of: Densha Otoko, Demo ore tabidatsuyo.
Paging is from back to front to preserve the original Japanese format.
Target Audience: "T, teen, language, mild violence"--Page 4 of cover.
Description: 168 pages : illustrations (some color).
Series Title: CMX. Comedy
Responsibility: Wataru Watanabe ; original story by Hitori Nakano ; [Sheldon Drzka, translation and adaptation ; Dave Lanphear, lettering].

Abstract:

"A real-life thread on an internet forum started it all. A nerdy otaku meets a girl on a train and posts an urgent query on the web--How the heck do you talk to girls? What should he wear on the date? Where should they go? The forum's response was amazing, and the thread grew incrementally longer as the nerd's relationship with the woman developed. Eventually published in book format to become a best seller, the thread spawned a blockbuster movie, a hit TV series, as well as this heartwarming manga adaptation of an entire internet community rooting for love and romance."--Amazon website.

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