My Neighbor Seki, Vol. 8 by Takuma Morishige

My Neighbor Seki, Vol. 8

Seki creates a new twist on a board game, crafts his own version of a jack-in-the-box, and invents a machine that recycles eraser scraps that ends up being a little too perfectly entertaining. But Yokoi discovers that the most distracting game of all involves toys that are completely invisible!

Details My Neighbor Seki, Vol. 8

TitleMy Neighbor Seki, Vol. 8
Release DateOct 4th, 2016
PublisherVertical Comics
Number of pages172 pages
GenreSequential Art, Manga, Humor, Academic, School, Graphic Novels, Comedy, Asian Literature, Japanese Literature

Reviews My Neighbor Seki, Vol. 8

  • Jason
    The invisible top was pretty clever, as was the music class episode. And more robot family is always welcome!! All this makes me wonder if Rumi herself is ever able to get work done. She must be pretty smart because she rarely pays attention in class!
  • Sarah Evans
    Highly creative and entertaining as always.
  • Honya
    Silly and strange as ever this series is. Seki is up to his usual intricate games (in the middle of class, of course), and poor Yokoi finds herself ever more drawn into them . . . to the detriment of her own studies. This manga continues to be weird and improbable yet surprisingly amusing.
  • duniamimpigie Anggi
    Yang paling menarik bagi saya sih bab ruang musik bersama Ibu Guru Ogawa. Ibu Guru kereeeeeeeeen!!! Beliau bisa membuat Seki panik dan diem. Rumi juga ikutan seneng. Ahahahaha xDD Di sisi lain, saya agak kecewa karena gak ada perkembangan berarti untuk masalah hubungan Seki dan Rumi *si Gie ngomong seolah ini komik romance*Di sisi lain (lagi), saya udah mulai merasa bosen dengan permainan-permainan Seki. Masih tetep bikin kaget dan gak terduga si...
  • Rod Brown
    This volume is still enjoyable, but the repetition is starting to wear on me, no matter how cleverly done. Seki's sister's pool adventure is a highlight of this volume. The creator needs to get the kids away from their desks more often and let them start living a little instead of keeping them locked in such an insular Spy vs. Spy format. More appearances of Seki's family would be welcome.
  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
    Liking the series so far. Good volume.