Name: Bitou Lollipop
Manga-ka: Iketani, Rikako
Volumes: 7 (Complete)
Scanlations: V.07 Ch.34 (Complete)
Scanlator: Stiletto Heels
Age Group: Teen
Summary: Madoka is surprised to discover that her parents have won a 100,000,000 yen (one million dollar) lottery. To make things worse, they inform her of their decision to pursue their lifelong dream of becoming doctors. What will happen to Madoka who, when deciding to stay behind, is left to fend for herself in a family acquaintance’s (the Asagi’s) guest house?
Graphics Rating: 3/5
Plot Rating: 4/5
Opinion: Fun round and large graphics that you’re used to in Josei… but this is shoujo.
I have only read two chapters and this story has me completely captivated. It is just too much fun. I love the parents who are some ex yankees who finally want to do something great with their lives. I love the main girl who is tough, strong, and very real. And I love all the side characters who are extremely lifelike. It’s funny. It’s interesting. I was completely fooled by the end of the second chapter. Amazing.
Read this please.
Final Rating: 4/5
3 thoughts on “Bitou Lollipop”
OMG! it was a cliffhanger! i was thinking that this series might be just a so so, so why not try reading even with just two chapters..and i did! and then….waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhh!!
i’m really curious right now! i even try looking for the raw scans and found nothing!
well, you’re lucky you’re way past this chapter…
well, i can’t do anything but wait for the scanlations…why did i ever follow your every suggestion…but i still love you girl!!!
Go go go!!!
UGH!! I wish the scanlators would focus on it! The suspense is driving me crazy!! I’m looking for raws, summaries and spoilers EVERYWHERE!! but disappointingly, this series isn’t getting credit not fans where credit and fans is really due!! someone PLEASE post summaries???
Theres a new chapter up for download on the site here:
The post also explains why the wait was so long.
Its important to remember that these people are scanlating because they want to, and aren’t receiving any compensation. They are just volunteers and have their own lives as well. We need to be patient.