Manga Review: Anonymous Noise Vol 7 and Vol 8 by Ryōko Fukuyama

Anonymous Noise

Author: Ryōko Fukuyama
Publisher: VIZ Media: Shojo Beat
Volume 7 Published March 6th 2018
Volume 8 Expected publication May 1st 2018
Rating: 5 Stars

Volume 7
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Volume 8
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Summary: Music and longing collide in this ballad of unrequited love!

Nino Arisugawa, a girl who loves to sing, experiences her first heart-wrenching goodbye when her beloved childhood friend, Momo, moves away. And after Nino befriends Yuzu, a music composer, she experiences another sad parting! Luckily, Nino reunites with Momo and Yuzu in high school, but things haven’t played out the way anyone expected…

Yuzu and Nino have been tasked with writing the debut song for a popular fashion model duo. They manage to complete their first collaboration…but to what end? Meanwhile, Tsukika goes in search of Momo, but will she be able to find him when all she has is a questionable lead? 

Review: OK, first off I have to start off by saying, if you having started reading this series yet, DO IT NOW. If you’re into music, visual kei, singing… read this series.
Volume 7: Another great installment to an amazing series. The first chapter or two seemed to mostly be Nino screaming and everyone going “Wow, woooow!” in awe, but after that it got really crazy good. I’m not sure if I’m rooting for Yuzu or Momo. Major case of second lead syndrome on this one!!
Volume 8: Another great installment to an excellent series. There are so many crazy amazing developments in this volume. More progress on the Momo/Nino/Yuzu/Miou/Haruyoshi love triangle (love pentagon?) I just want EVERYONE to have a happy ending, and I have a major case of second lead syndrome, regardless of who the actual male lead is – which I am STILL not sure about. AH! Will Nino end up with Yuzu or Momo? I’m team Yuzu, all the way!

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