In the year 2020, computers are everywhere. From digital teachers to cars that drive themselves, computers are an integral part of everyone's lives -- everyone's, that is, except Yui Kasuga's. The 14-year-old daydreamer can't tell a Pentium chip from a Dorito! Very shortly, she will be called on to save the world from the mother of all computer viruses ... and she can't even be bothered to stay awake in class!This is the Okamoto version of the manga.Important note
: There are two versions of the Corrector Yui manga series. The original one was written and drawn by ASAMIYA Kia
and published by Shogakkukan in Japan and does not have a release date in the States yet. The Corrector Yui manga that Tokyopop is publishing is done by shojo artist Keiko Okamoto and is a manga adaptation of the anime series.