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    ddl or torrent.

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    once again, I cant help you...
    im assuming if youre looking for this, you've read love hina and negima. I personally own AILove You in paperback form, and was honestly disappointed. THe drawing style is much worse, and the plot is pretty much exactly like LH, except worse in every way imaginable. Its really not good, I promise you. I wouldnt lead you wrong.

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    Hmm, But I like AI more than LoveHina.

    Try http://s11.invisionfree.com/The_Evil_Empire/ for volumn1&2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aikido
    once again, I cant help you...
    im assuming if youre looking for this, you've read love hina and negima. I personally own AILove You in paperback form, and was honestly disappointed. THe drawing style is much worse, and the plot is pretty much exactly like LH, except worse in every way imaginable. Its really not good, I promise you. I wouldnt lead you wrong.
    Damn you and your reviews (jk).
    Yeah I know that the art is sub par with LH, but the story is kinda interesting and its fun to laugh at how little Ken Akamatsu knows about computers (yeah i know he was quoting top specs at the time).
    NEways, I've alrady got the first 3 volumes in paperback and I like the story, however the only other volumes in thelocal comic shop are volumes 5 and 8 and I don't think they are going to restock it.

    Thanks for trying enigman.

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    its gets really contrived, especially towards the second half. I also prefered the beginning to the end. The thing I found most interesting was watching the progression of his skill in drawing. The last few characters he introduced bear a striking resemblence to many LH characters.

    and yeah, I can be harsh. But I'm also usually right.

 

 

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