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Nanairo Kakumei


Alt Names: alt Rainbow Revolution
Author: Yuzuhara Mizuka
Artist: Yuzuhara Mizuka
Genres: Drama DramaPsychological PsychologicalRomance RomanceSchool Life School LifeShoujo Shoujo
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: from baka updates:

Ever since primary school, Nana has never been able to refuse the wishes of her friend, Yuyu, even if they were unpleasant things like matching outfits and hairstyles...She wanted to change herself!

A story about real friendship and sympathy.
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Chapters

Title Group Contributor Date
Vol.5 Ch.20: Revolution: 20
No Group Symuri A day ago
Vol.5 Ch.19: Revolution: 19
No Group Symuri 3 weeks ago
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47 Comments

Question for the translator or scan people.

 

Isn't Yuyu a bit old to be speaking about herself in the third person?  I know that its something young Japanese girls sometimes do to seem cute, but I thought it was something that they grow out of.

 

Also, that credit page is really ominous.

 

You're right. But I think it's not that weird in Japan. There are some other manga that I read, shoujo manga or not, and the setting is in High School even, that some of the girls refer themselves as third person. 

 

Well, about the credits... lol

Burn in hell, Yuyu

Question for the translator or scan people.

 

Isn't Yuyu a bit old to be speaking about herself in the third person?  I know that its something young Japanese girls sometimes do to seem cute, but I thought it was something that they grow out of.

 

Also, that credit page is really ominous.

This manga is the amalgamation of all of the petty, childish drama I made a point of avoiding in school x1000.

Okay! I was seriously worried for a bit, but I think it's finally safe to say that the author knows what they're doing. It's kind of funny, the story hasn't gotten any less ominous, Yuyu is still doing all her manipulative schemer stuff, and there's almost certainly going to be a whole lot of drama still to come, but I'm actually starting to relax now that I have some confidence in the author. I had some high hopes for what this story could be, and some much lower expectations, but so far it's pleasantly surprised me at every turn. Definitely glad I kept reading.

I have just started doing psychology, but hot dam, I bet every single move yuyu pulled off in this manga would just be another terminology of what I would be learning in my course :x

the plot hurts my head. What a manipulative bitch

What!!!
If!!!
This suddenly turns out to be Yuri!!!

(It would feel more natural to me.)

I like this manga, but I feel that the plot is overly complicated for nothing...
 

The rest of the most...


wtf is this supposed to mean? That literally makes no sense in English.
They should teach about toxic relationships in school... I guess now Yuyu will be "bullied" again and Nana will try to save her.
Yep! There we go! This is exactly what I was worried about. Wow. It's not even really a twist, this is exactly what Yuyu has been like the entire time.
Spoiler

It's not necessarily a bad thing, story wise? The translators note did say that Yuyu is a popular character, but people love antagonists all the time. It's not quite the end, so I'm still interested to see if this is actually a clever use of a despicable character, or if the author genuinely thinks this makes everything better and that Yuyu has totally redeemed herself. Even then, I'll still read to end. I'm invested, whether the story turns out to be psychologically fascinating or just a hilarious trainwreck.

i dont know why i love this so much

i love it so much

I don't even know what expect. I really want our MC to be more proactive somehow. I mean until now she just react to everything.
Ominous indeed. If this goes where I think it's going - and I hope to god it doesn't - then we may have been naive to think that the table-flipping warning referred to something as simple and obvious as Yuyu being terrible. We may yet be safe, there's still a chance that shojo cliches could be defied in a good way, but when I think about how "You haven't asked Yuyu how she feels!" has been a constant refrain for several chapters now? I'm preparing for the worst. This could get real ugly.
That last page is too ominous for my taste D: Can someone give me some spoilers?? D=

I'm not liking this relationship between Yuyu and Nana. It's becoming a bit hard determining if Yuyu is trying to bully Nana or jealous that she's BFF with someone else...

hot damn that's a hyper toxic relationship...hoping that yuyu and nana are no longer in the same class in the future...or within the same country....

Instead of flipping tables, I want to smack them on Yuyu's face.

I like it, but there is so much toxicity even if it's not meant to be toxic.
Hmmm Physiological tag might work here.

I am weirdly fond of this series. I can't remember the last time bullshit shoujo melodrama felt so relateable to me.

Eventhough yuyu deep down wants to keep her friendship with nana, their relationship is very toxic and abusive. It's not simply that yuyu doesnt know how to convey her feelings but she chooses to manipulate nana and anyone she interacts with, rather than open up to her honestly and be vulnerable. Going a step further, she doesnt only want nana to just be her friend, she wants to have all the power in the relationship. She wants nana to feel like she can't live without yuyu. And she does this by destroying nana's other relationships and chipping away at Nana's self worth. I really do not see them reconciling if yuyu continues to act that way.

Actually, that's why this mangaka's writing is awesome, it's hard to see now, but what Lock said has true in them (applause!). I believe that intentional, though. Later, you'll can see more how complex and deep Yuyu is. There are many reason possibilities of Yuyu's action, that if you understand, you can see how genius Yuyu is. 

 

I said "possibilities", because Yuzuhara  Mizuka-sensei never explain it properly, she just giving clues that easily overlooked. I like this way more, though. it makes re-reading has more value. 

 

Not sure if serious or not.......

Author's doing a pretty shit job at that then. No matter how you slice it Yuyu is the problem straight up so far.

 

Actually, that's why this mangaka's writing is awesome, it's hard to see now, but what Lock said has true in them (applause!). I believe that intentional, though. Later, you'll can see more how complex and deep Yuyu is. There are many reason possibilities of Yuyu's action, that if you understand, you can see how genius Yuyu is. 

 

I said "possibilities", because Yuzuhara  Mizuka-sensei never explain it properly, she just giving clues that easily overlooked. I like this way more, though. it makes re-reading has more value. 


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