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Yui, Mio, Ritsu, and Tsumugi embark on their college adventures! It will take some time for the girls to get used to life away from their families and adjust to the pace of college life, but there''s one aspect of their new situation that there''s no uncertainty about-joining the pop music club! But they aren''t the only high school band making their debut on the college scene. Is Afterschool Tea Time ready to perform alongside the hard-rocking rhythms of The Girlz?!

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Kakifly is the music-enthusiast/manga creator behind K-ON!, a series that has spawned an anime, concert tours, music CDs, and more!

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MereChristianTop Contributor: Manga
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Like with volume four of the regular manga preceding these ...
Reviewed in the United States on November 6, 2017
I decided to jot down some thoughts on the final two volumes of the *K-On!* manga series. Given their titles, the focus they have are obvious. One is the story of Azusa with fellow third-years Ui and Jun, struggling to keep the pop music club afloat as they prepare to... See more
I decided to jot down some thoughts on the final two volumes of the *K-On!* manga series. Given their titles, the focus they have are obvious. One is the story of Azusa with fellow third-years Ui and Jun, struggling to keep the pop music club afloat as they prepare to graduate high school. The other is the story of the beginning of the college career of Azusa''s sempais, Yui, Mio, Mugi, and Ritsu.

Like with volume four of the regular manga preceding these two editions, these volumes were incredibly bitter-sweet for me to read. The series was over, and I couldn''t spend more time in these characters'' lives after I had come to care about them, and this was worse in *High School*, as we don''t know for sure the ultimate destinations for college of the three new sempais. Both manga ended at a mid-point of the year time frame, and so little is naturally known.

Part of me wonders if the mangaka, nicknamed "Kakifly", was still unsure if he wanted to continue the series or not. *College* and *High School* were just so open-ended, that it is a strong possibility that he was open to continuing, but changed his mind.

Despite the feelings of melancholy I had while ending the story, the two volumes were fun and introduced some great new characters. In *High School*, we meet a composer who can''t play well, but is brilliant at theory, in Nao, and a household servant and friend of Mugi''s, Sumire, who displays rapid aptitude (though not to the ridiculous extent of Yui on the guitar) for the drums. Together with Azusa, Ui, and Jun, they eventually form a successful band for the one year they are all together at school.

In *College*, we have several new characters, as the setting is bigger and so more folks would naturally show up in real life. Instead of being the same character types as the "Afternoon Tea Time" girls (Yui, Mio, Mugi, and Ritsu) they are a mix of different traits and such. In other words, no one girl is cut from the same cloth as one of our main heroines, but they each have some aspects that more than one of the main four might see themselves in.

These characters include the other members of the college "Light Music Club". First we have Akira who is rough around the edges (or likes to pretend to be so) a bit, but a good person and (much to her "stated" but perhaps not real chagrin) a favorite new pal of Yui''s. Then we have her two bandmates in their group, "The Girlz", Sachi, who is similar to Mio in terms of height and self-consciousness of it, but is much more socially-adept, and Ayame, who is similar in many ways to both Mio and Ritsu. She has the latter''s personality to some extent, but also the former''s no-nonsense attitude and willingness to keep her friends in line. Rounding these pop music club members are the last two we see. First we have the club president, Kana, who manages the club in a similar manner as Ritsu did as president of the high school one, but slightly more responsibly. Finally, there''s a funny girl with little visible emotion, Chiyo, who still is charming and sweet underneath her flat expressions.

All of these new characters are amusing, sweet, cute and endearing. I wish we could get to know them more. I realize, however, that this won''t happen, outside imagination. I''m pretty okay with that, because just like the previous four volumes, these last two brought me genuine joy to read. I enjoyed them and truly, though with some warning on the bittersweet feeling of knowing the series is ending as you read them, Highly Recommend these.

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*K-On! College* - 4.5/5 Stars

*K-On! High School* - 4/5 Stars.
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Christina Oates
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic Follow up to the anime
Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2021
This is a follow up to the original K-On series and it felt so much like the anime but with different characters sprinkled in. I think I would have wanted more than one volume about this story though and if they added this as additional content for the anime, I think it... See more
This is a follow up to the original K-On series and it felt so much like the anime but with different characters sprinkled in. I think I would have wanted more than one volume about this story though and if they added this as additional content for the anime, I think it would make it even better. My only issue with this personally was that the ending felt unfinished and that there was a lot more choppy episodic chapters than I anticipated. Because of these points, I have to give this manga a 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Tpaul Homdrom
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
you''ll likely come away from this sequel disappointed. It isn''t bad
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2018
If you''re a fan of the K-ON anime, but haven''t read any of the source material (like myself), you''ll likely come away from this sequel disappointed. It isn''t bad, just a lot shallower than the anime, and the characters don''t have nearly as much life and nuance as in the... See more
If you''re a fan of the K-ON anime, but haven''t read any of the source material (like myself), you''ll likely come away from this sequel disappointed. It isn''t bad, just a lot shallower than the anime, and the characters don''t have nearly as much life and nuance as in the show. It''s short though, and a breezy read, and it does serve as a cute little bookend to the series, but is absolutely not necessary, as the anime concludes in a beautifully satisfying way. It''s not a total waste of your time or money, and is perfectly okay, but it''s probably not what you were hoping for if you''re coming into this from the anime.
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The Dude
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
An Okay Follow-Up for an Unforgettable Band
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2017
K-ON! College is okay. It might not be the greatest follow-up imaginable, but it does move Yui and the gang to college in a fitting way. The series is missing a lot of the antics that peppered the original, such as trips to luxurious vacation homes and cosplay sessions with... See more
K-ON! College is okay. It might not be the greatest follow-up imaginable, but it does move Yui and the gang to college in a fitting way. The series is missing a lot of the antics that peppered the original, such as trips to luxurious vacation homes and cosplay sessions with their club''s teacher. However, I did enjoy the band''s new friendship with other girl rockers. It''s a series that leaves readers hanging in a lighthearted, satisfying way.
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4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good physical product
Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2019
Decent quality print, good if you’re looking for collecting the physical edition. I’d recommend reading the K-On High School manga AFTER this one, as I found the conclusion to be rather lacking. The physical book itself is decent thougn
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~~LA
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So sad...
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2013
A VERY good manga that left me sad. Not due to some tragic story, but with the knowledge that there is only one more volume before it all ends. Having watched the series 6 times, the movie 5, and read the mangas a whopping 9 times, this is officially my favorite, and marks... See more
A VERY good manga that left me sad. Not due to some tragic story, but with the knowledge that there is only one more volume before it all ends. Having watched the series 6 times, the movie 5, and read the mangas a whopping 9 times, this is officially my favorite, and marks the first time I have truly become devoted to an IP long after completing it''s arc.
The four seniors are freshman again, only this time at a prestigious all-girls college. Without Ui, how will Yui ever get up in time for classes? Will the pressures of cramming all your classes into just three days cripple Ritsu? Will Mio find a new friend, or become a creepy stalker? Will Mugi every stop being so darned cute? To answer all these (Though the answer to the last is NO) please pick up this volume today. You too will feel the sadness of such a great franchise finally coming to a close...
Hoping for Season Three!
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Joshua Fuhrman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I wish More would come out
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2016
I''ve had a taste of their College life and Now I want more, my god I got so emotional reading the entire manga version of the series I am just so fond of the characters I grew so attached to them I''ve felt like I was apart of it all. such a wonderful series :)
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nittoga1
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A few more chapters
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2018
Nostalgic to see the characters and new ones are fun but the story is not great! Recommended for fans of the original series.
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Mark
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Ok
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 28, 2019
Ok
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Emilia
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
AMAZING. If you liked K-On
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 21, 2018
AMAZING. If you liked K-On!, then you will like this.
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Manga.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 1, 2020
I love K-on!
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Scott
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
More than i expected.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 24, 2013
Whilst this manga was a great continuation of the story that i for one had been looking for, i was rather disapointeed by the new characters. There are 3 new characters that were introduced and i cannot remember their names. Sadly they are all just combinations of the main...See more
Whilst this manga was a great continuation of the story that i for one had been looking for, i was rather disapointeed by the new characters. There are 3 new characters that were introduced and i cannot remember their names. Sadly they are all just combinations of the main 4''s personalities. I was really hoping for something more than that but i did still enjoy it thoroughly even with the lack of Asusa.
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Richard Mills
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K-On College
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2013
Being a Manga fan this appeals to me. It continues from the previous 4 volumes of K-on. Its drawn well and art fans will love it too.
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