Synopses & Reviews
In the future, boys will be boys and girls will be robots. Like every other guy, Hideki just wants a cool job, a hot ride, and a state-of-the-art robotic girlfriend. Pretty persocoms don't come cheap, and Hideki is out of luck...until he finds a cute one in the garbage. But even in the future, you get what you pay for, and Hideki soon discovers that real women aren't the only ones who are high maintenance.
Chi isn't your average humanoid computer. She can't do word processing, she can't connect to the net, and she's incapable of interfacing with other persocoms ... but when the hapless, technophobic Hideki rescues her from the scrap heap and takes her home, he finds that she may be more advanced than her childlike behavior lets on ...
In the future, boys will be boys and girls will be robots. Like every other guy, Hideki just wants a cool job, a hot ride, and a state-of-the-art robotic girlfriend. But pretty Chobits don't come cheap, and Hideki is out of luck ... until he finds a cute one in the garbage.
Hideki's just like every other guy in the 22nd century. He just wants a good job, a good car, and a sexy robot girlfriend to call his own. 'Boy-meets-girl' for the cyber age.
About the Author
CLAMP is the all-female manga team responsible for such works as Magic Knight Rayearth, and Cardcaptor Sakura, which are both published in the US by TOKYOPOP®. The film version of their creation X received a limited theatrical release in 2000 and the television series Cardcaptors, which is based on Cardcaptor Sakura, has aired on Kids WB! Using artistic styles unique to each of their books, they are credited with bridging the gap between girls' and boys' manga in becoming one of the most sought-after groups of innovators in Japan today.