Today's Cerberus, Vol. 1

Today s Cerberus Vol As a young boy Chiaki Mikado had an encounter with an unusual three headed puppy and as a consequence of a bite from that dog he lost a piece of his soul Now a teenager he finds himself unable to

  • Title: Today's Cerberus, Vol. 1
  • Author: Ato Sakurai
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 154
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As a young boy, Chiaki Mikado had an encounter with an unusual, three headed puppy, and as a consequence of a bite from that dog, he lost a piece of his soul Now a teenager, he finds himself unable to enjoy anything, but the three headed dog is back in human form or accurately forms to fix all that Turns out that the three heads of the mythical guardian to theAs a young boy, Chiaki Mikado had an encounter with an unusual, three headed puppy, and as a consequence of a bite from that dog, he lost a piece of his soul Now a teenager, he finds himself unable to enjoy anything, but the three headed dog is back in human form or accurately forms to fix all that Turns out that the three heads of the mythical guardian to the gates of the underworld are actually unique individuals, and each a pretty young girl at that With his new roommate s leading the charge, can Chiaki experience the happiness that has so long eluded him

    One thought on “Today's Cerberus, Vol. 1”

    1. Today's Cerberus reminds me a little bit of Rosario + Vampire in it unique blend of myth and everyday elements, and in the super-powerful female protagonist whose true strength form is unlocked by a boy she is close to.The story begins with a boy finding a strange, deformed (seemingly) three-headed dog in some woodsy area. He bends down to help the puppy and is bitten. Fast-forward several years, and a now high school aged boy (named Chiaki, by the by) is struggling with a very unhappy life. He [...]

    2. CuteOH DEAR GOD THIS IS THE CUTEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN.I hereby prescribe this manga as the cure for anything.

    3. Awesome I can't wait to get the next book in the series the first was awesome and I wood give it eleven stares if I could on the rating scale

    4. Did you want a manga that reminded you slightly of Rosario + Vampire but has a Cerberus female main lead? If you know what a Cerberus is, combine that with a male main lead incapable of feeling joy, and you get Today’s Cerberus. This manga mostly manages to find a balance between its comedic and serious moments in its first volume, though some of the fanservice and its fighting sequences, or attempts to do them, can be a turn off.Chiaki Mikado has an issue: he can’t express who he is. Thanks [...]

    5. I picked this up as part of a buy 2, get 1 free sale at Books-a-Million awhile back, and finally got around to reading it. And to be honest, if it hadn't been for that sale, I might not have given Today's Cerberus a second look--the synopsis on the back makes it sound like a pretty generic harem series. But the art is nice, and that was enough to get me to bite, considering it was on sale. Now that I've read through volume 1, I'm glad I did.That's not to say that Today's Cerberus doesn't still h [...]

    6. Today's Cerberus is a lighthearted paranormal comedy manga with well-designed characters and lots of laughs. While it starts out very cliche and predictable - a normal male protagonist ends up with a cute and sexy wolf-girl that starts living with him and causing trouble - it deviates from the norm when the girl turns out to be THREE very different girls in one. Highly recommend if you're a fan of harem manga, or comedy manga with moe girls!

    7. Who Let the dogs out. A totally new spin on an ancient mythical beast. The main character having no desire to have fun, or interact with others will truly speak to teens in the height of adolescence. He is offset by 3 female leads all living in the same body, and all three of them help hold the story together as they try to help the main character regain his soul.

    8. That was fun, if predictable Cute artwork, fun if predictable setup. Curious to see where it goes in the next volume, which I will be buying.

    9. Got my hands on this today and finished it without putting it down. A very enjoyable read, and i'm very interested to see where this series heads.

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