Oh, and a bonus positive for the manga: when you compare Hot Gimmick to her other works, suddenly Hot Gimmick becomes her magnum opus. Seriously. Her other works involve every problem and flaw in Hot Gimmick taken up several notches, only minus the charm.
Hot Gimmick (Japanese: ホットギミック, Hepburn: Hotto Gimikku) is a Japanese shōjo manga series written and illustrated by Miki Aihara. It was serialized in Shogakukan's Betsucomi magazine from the December 2000 issue (released in November) to the August 2005 issue (released in July). Shogakukan collected the individual chapters into 12 bound volumes under the Flower Comics imprint. Viz Media licensed the series for an English-language release in North America.
Hot Gimmick S is a light novel spin-off of the manga, published in Japan in November 2005. It was written by Megumi Nishizaki and illustrated by Miki Aihara. The story focuses on the relationship between Hatsumi and Shinogu, with Hatsumi narrating. Characters from the manga also make brief appearances and play small roles in the story. A few new characters are introduced, as well.
The novel also introduces new nicknames never used in the manga: Hatsumi calls Akane \"Aka-chin\" and Hikaru \"Hii-kun\". At the age of two, she refers to herself as \"Hami-tan\" as opposed to \"Hami-chan,\" like in the manga.
At the very end of the novel, a scene from volume nine of the manga where Shinogu and Hatsumi recall childhood memories while trapped in an elevator is featured. This section was falsely advertised as being an entirely new manga chapter about the two.
Hot GimmicktypemangaauthorMiki AiharapublisherFile:Flag of Japan.svg Shogakukanpublisher_enFile:Flag of Canada.svg File:Flag of the United States.svg Viz Mediademographic Shōjomagazine File:Flag of Japan.svg BetsucomifirstDecember 2000lastAugust 2005volumes12volume_list List of Hot Gimmick chapters
Hot Gimmick (ホットギミック Hotto Gimikku) is a 12-volume shōjo manga by Miki Aihara that was serialized in the Japanese manga anthology Betsucomi from December 2000 to July 2005. The English release is currently published by Viz Media. In addition to the manga, there are also two drama CDs and an alternate ending novel entitled Hot Gimmick S.
Some time after the completion of the Hot Gimmick manga, a novel with an alternate ending titled Hot Gimmick S was created. It was written by Megumi Nishizaki and contains original images by Miki Aihara.The story focuses on the relationship between Hatsumi and Shinogu, with Hatsumi narrating. Characters from the manga also make brief appearances as well and play very little roles in the story. A few new characters are introduced and are exclusive to the novel.
The novel also introduces new nicknames never used in the English translation of the manga. For instance, Hatsumi calls Akane \"Aka-chin,\" Hikaru \"Hii-kun,\" and at the age of two refers to herself as \"Hami-tan\" as opposed to \"Hami-chan,\" as she does in the manga.
At the very end of the novel a few pages from volume nine of the manga are included, in which Shinogu and Hatsumi recall childhood memories while trapped in an elevator, though this section was falsely advertised as being an entirely new chapter about the two.
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