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Author: Bunjuro Nakayama,Bow Ditama
ISBN13: 978-1591827313
Title: Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden, Volume 3
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Language: English
Category: Manga
Publisher: Tokyopop (September 7, 2004)
Pages: 176

Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden, Volume 3 by Bunjuro Nakayama,Bow Ditama

Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden, Volume 3 Paperback – September 7, 2004. by Bunjuro Nakayama (Author), Bow Ditama (Author). Book 3 of 8 in the まほろまてぃっく: Automatic Maiden Series.

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Written by. Bunjuro Nakayama. My Manga (426 items) list by Yotsuya. Published 8 years, 7 months ago. View all Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden Volume 3: Automatic Maid: V. 3 lists. Manufacturer: Tokyopop Release date: 15 December 2005 ISBN-10 : 1591827310 ISBN-13: 9781591827313.

Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden, Volume 1. (Suguru Misato, a junior high school student who has been. and to provide a little companionship in his time of sorrow. When Chizuko narrowly escapes being flattened like a pancake by an oncoming truck, her savior turns out to be Tou Ayuga, the new cooking instructor at school.

167 pages of black and white manga. 167 pages of black and white manga.

Bow Ditama artist, cover. Bunjuro Nakayama writer. Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden.

Authors: Ditama bow, Nakayama bunjuro. Genres: Manga, Seinen, Action, Comedy, Drama, Ecchi, Romance, School life, Sci fi. Status: Completed. Vo. 7 C. 01 : Volume 7. 2 years ago. 6 C. 06. 5 : Special Chapter: Mahoromatic Black! 2 years ago. 5 C. 06 : Are You Happy Every Day?

Original story: Bunjuro Nakayama & Bow Ditama. Sentai Filmworks re-released Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden in 2 DVDs as Collection 1, but 2 episodes weren't on this collection: the Ep00 special and Year End Special. Mahoromatic: Something More Beautiful was also re-released in 3 DVDs as Collection 2, with 15 episodes listed (14 series episodes plus the Mahoromatic: Summer Special OVA). The Year End Special was not included on this collection. Music CDs, including dramas were released in Japan. Several of these CDs were later released in the United States with cover book translations.

Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden. Like Love Hina and Oh My Goddess!, the premise of Mahoromatic: Automatic Maiden is a male adolescent fantasy. A lonely teen, Suguru Misato, acquires a maid, one who is irresistibly cute, loving, and hard-working. In fact, everybody seems to be jealous of her-his lusty classmates, his horny teacher, and his insecure female acquaintances.

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Suguro Misato, an eighth grader living alone since the death of his father, hires Mahoro, a former battle android from Vesper, as his maid, which changes his lifestyle drastically.
Reviews: 7
grand star
Combat weary android hopes to spend what's left of her limited life span just being a devoted maid to a young man that she has hidden ties to. Good story about what it means to be sentient with all the emotional baggage that entails. There are many sad moments that just emphasize the sweet ones, especially in the final chapter.
A must read series if your into romantic comedies! Additionally, Tokyopop is out of business in North America and this was a good find in near perfect condition!
I like this book and like all stories it had to end. The book shipped in excellent shape and a fine edition to my library!
Call Mahoromatic Automatic Maiden a cross between Ai Yori Aoshi and Chobits, but this features another cute and kind girl who becomes not only a maid to a young boy, but also somewhat of a girlfriend/surrogate mother. Recently orphaned, teenager Suguru Misato decides to hire a maid to clean up the spacious house he lives in. On his way back, the bus he's riding on is hijacked by some thugs for some unspecified motive. These nasties order the women to undress, including a cute girl in a maid's uniform, and the usually timid Suguru is angered at the way she is treated and mouths back to the hijackers. The girl herself is shot at, only to deftly catch the bullets inbetween her fingers and thwarting the baddies.

After the ordeal, Suguru returns home to find that same maid working in his flower bed. Turns out that she is Mahoro, sent by Vesper Housecleaning Services to work for him, and that she is actually an android, albeit a former combat android who fought aliens attempting to take over Earth. Upon being informed that her life expectancy would give her a lifespan of 37 days-presumably from a particularly nasty battle or years of wear and tear, she was given a choice of lighter duties that would extend that limited life to 398 days.

Not only does she clean house excellently, she's also a great cook, and when Suguru brings her home-made lunches to school, he becomes the envy of his classmates, not only for the food. When she arrives at school to deliver her master's dessert and tells his inquiring friends "I am committed to Suguru-san with every fiber of my being," visions swim in their heads of Mahoro being his bedmate, and of Suguru whipping her. Eager to clear up any misunderstandings his friends might have, Suguru invites them over, where they are won over by Mahoro's great cooking and friendliness.

However, his homeroom teacher, 25-year old Saori Shikijou, who is incredibly stacked, is somewhat of a lech. Ever heard of Van Halen's song "Hot For Teacher?" In Saori's case, it's "Hot For Student," and that student is Suguru. Mahoro's presence inflames her, and she sees the android as a gold-digger. Mahoro in turn is irked that Saori tries to interfere with her duties and becomes protective of her master. She refers to Saori as that "ecchi sensei [teacher]" while Saori refers to Mahoro as "that sl-t wh-re maid."

Mahoro soft-spoken, kind, observant, and organized, and she does have a bit of an old-fashioned streak, as she tells her master that she doesn't approve of his collection of ecchi magazines (porn mags), but at least she doesn't throw them away. Yet she's unaware of some of society's morals. She unhesitatingly joins Suguru in his bath, to wash his back for him, seeing that as part of her duty as a maid. And it goes without saying that she has made his lonely life brighter. "She wakes me up every morning, makes me a delicious breakfast, takes baths with me, and the house has never been cleaner since she's taken over."

However, each chapter ends with the message "Mahoro's functions will cease in <XXX> days," reminding the reader that her time is limited. And there is a connection between her and the death of Suguru's parents that he's unaware of.

This manga yielded an anime that lasted two seasons, plus a summer special. Think of Mahoro as an android version of Aoi Sakuraba of Ai Yori Aoshi, full of kindness and service, but without the shyness of Aoi-chan.
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This is one of my favorite manga series. this volume in particular is a classic. i mean, really all the volumes in the series are great, so its useless to even mention that. usually i hate the main characters in series' in this or related genres, but suguru is really a pretty perfect main character. he is not annoying or whiny or unnecessarily mean, as are most male characters in these sorts of series. mahoro is also the perfect moe babe, and an android on top of that.
Mahoromatic Vol. 8 ties up the war between the Keepers, Vesper, and Saint. It also shows Mahoro and Suguru express the love between them, and ultimately face the inevitable.

In some ways this series has been a study on humanity, its desires, weeknesses, flaws, and strengths. What will man do when pending doom is upon them? What happens to those who continue to pursue aggression over peace?

For fans of the anime, the manga follows a different path to the same style of ending. But with quite a bit more exposition, this ending is fulfilling and much more rewarding. So much more is explained, and Suguru is much more tolerable, and untimately...human.
Sure, the robotic girl that falls on a single guy may be an over done genre (Like Chobits, Saber Marionette J, AI Love You... ect.) But if you did like those mangas, this may be an interesting read.
However, the countdown at the end of each chapter makes the ending a little bit predictabe. (I'm hoping they will add a twist to the end.) Also, the fan service *wink* is a bit overdone, even for an Otaku like me.
a good ending to an incredible series. heartwarming and all that. sad and all that. i think the manga handles the ending maybe a bit better than the anime did.