You know and love Stitch s Hawaiian adventures so join your favorite alien as he visits a Japanese island near Okinawa, where he befriends a young girl named Yuna who excels at karate Come along as Yuna and Stitch go fishing, enter a costume contest, and even attempt to bake a cake You never know what sticky situations they ll find themselves in next...
|Title||:||Disney Manga: Stitch! Volume 1|
|Publisher||:||Tokyopop August 30, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||176 pages|
|File Size||:||665 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Disney Manga: Stitch! Volume 1 Reviews
Not precisely what I expected but very enjoyable, and likely the closest I'll ever get to experiencing the "Stitch!" anime.
A fun cute all-ages appropriate manga that can be enjoyed by young and old alike. A rare gem in a medium that panders mostly to perverts. Nice to know at least the kids manga is safe & decent.
This book is rated for "all ages" but is clearly geared towards young children. I am not the target demographic, but as a manga reader and Stitch fan, I had to give this a try. Additionally, I was curious about Tokyopops return. If you don't know, Tokyopop made an extremely controversial, abrupt stop to manga production many years ago, and they've apparently decided to come back.
Stitch is one of my favorite Disney characters. I was thrilled to see him in a manga.
'Disney Stitch! Volume 1' by Yumi Tsukirino is a manga version of Lilo and Stitch and Yuna and Stitch. It's a series of short funny stories involving the escaped experiment from space.
i just love the stitch anime not only for the change in scenery but also yuna who is actually a cool girl who excels at karate and deal with spiritual stuff so if you're a big lilo and stitch fan and if you are fan of the stitch manga get this book you won't be disappointed