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This is a story about a high school girl who is scared of boys. She enrolls in an all girls school hoping to find a female romantic partner. However, her ideal candidate turns out to be a sadistic cross-dressing boy!
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I read up to ch 11 - I think I want to try the anime now.
As someone said, the art is decent (actually it's more than just decent)... but the main character is indecent ;D I like it. It is very funny and actually the 2nd shoujo-ai I come across.
I don't know what it will turn into, but don't expect much romance. A nosebleed is all you get to see from Kanako. Also don't expect much development. What you can expect is hilarious and wacky comedy, some moe characters and a light story.
Most entertaining for me are the slight pervert dialogs, the SD art and the interactions of the comic trio Mariya, Kanako and Matsurika. Want an example?
Mariya: "You're a lesbian, aren't you?" Kanako: "Nooooo! Don't call me that! At least say "Yuri", it's more elegant"
Matsurika: "Crossdressing is enough, but couple that with an interest for cosplay? This seems like a case of gender identity disorder!"
@Artimidorus You complain about ppl giving a 10 as in 'completely perfect' but yourself give it a 1 as in 'everything is worst' when you even said it has good art - wtf oO? Look who's talking. See it as an entertainment rating and not something as complicated as perfectness.
... Last updated on April 16th, 2009, 7:41am
The main character is a lesbian, yes, and also is rather perverted, but I don't think the author is trying to make that connection between homosexuals and perversion at all. After all, she has that priest who is just as perverted as the main character, but still isn't really a bad guy (the perversion is more or less mild). I think it's just that she likes to give her characters very strong personalities (Mariya, for example, is a straight guy, but he's a lot worse than she is, so . . .).
And just for the record, I think your sympathies are supposed to be with the main character, not the evil cross-dressing guy who tries to rape her. He's supposed to be portrayed as sadistic, and you are supposed to feel sorry for her. Just because she's a lesbian, and he's really mean to her, doesn't mean that the mangaka is trying to say that it's okay to be mean to lesbians, or anyone for that matter. Mariya is supposed to be the villain.
I for one, really enjoyed the humor of it and the relationship between the two main characters. It's refreshing for the main character of a shoujo-esq manga (I know it says seinen) not to fall for the guy (at least, not yet) who abuses her. So often in these mangas, girls let guys get away with crap and they still love them anyway, but not this one.
I gave it an 8 because it could be deeper, but for a light laugh, it's a good read.
... Last updated on January 23rd, 2011, 7:02pm
Some people can't seem to fathom this series as what it is. They have to reason it somehow into saying the people who like this are homophobes, when in actuality they're raging from the satire in this series making fun of a genre they seemingly love.
The series itself can be quite funny at times. All in all, it's rather average. The one unique thing is it's rather unique parodying of the shoujo ai genre.
Very Unique and Hilarious
Really touching and hilarious ! This series is a must-read also see the Anime. Frankly, I never see this kind of epic story yet. And it must anger some of the anti-thesis one. Hope they will improve it !, the story telling is quite unique too I give : 10 !
I LOVE THIS.
I DO. SO MUCH.
I love the idea. c: It's so HILARIOUS! I laugh out loud when reading this, and randomly when I think about it. Sure, my parents think I'm insane now, but it's SO WORTH IT . XD!!!
*GREAT ART. I like the style. c: It's a twist on some common art-style, nice and PRETTY ! *FANTASTIC PLOT. Just...so...FUNNY. And actually, it does have it's meaningful, deep parts too c: *GOOD CHARACTERS. They're nice. You can't help but like them. No matter how twisted things are xDD!!
IT"S JUST GOOD.
I'm gonna keep reading now, because. Ya. I wanna know more! *u* I'm gonna be sad once this series over.. :'c BUT FOR NOW I SHALL RELISH IN IT'S SCANLATIONS!!!
READ IT. Now >:3
it's not great
Innocent perverted girl enrolled in an all girl nonreligious catholic school, to find her true gay love... And it would be a harem paradise if it wasn't for the pure hearted, cute and evil cross-dresser roommate and his loyal foulmouthed maid. Well this manga is an "alright" comedy, And I did hate the first chapter. But this manga does point out a few cliches in the genre that are used so much it's becoming really irritating.
The art is good, if a bit cluttered at times. The story has too many characters right at the get go for my taste. It was fun at the beginning, but got boring real quick. I read a LOT of manga for my work and if it doesn't compell me and connect with me continuously in volume one, I ain't stickin' around.
... Last updated on September 8th, 2011, 3:42pm
I watched the first episode of the anime and it was hilarious! The manga is good too... I really like the story and the charackters in this one... Maria is an asshole but I really like him!!! That main girl is really funny! You have to love her I will continue this series!
Series has been poo-pooed too much by others
I almost did not read this series due to so many harsh reviews of it, but I can think for myself. When I picked it up, it did not upset me like it did others and I found it pretty funny by the end of volume one. There's a lot of insight into the lives of schoolgirls, some with feelings of love for each other. Granted, lesbianism is not treated with too much respect, but it is easy to overlook if you're not sensitive to it. On the plus side, it doesn't use fanservice as a mechanism for selling more books (there's virtually none). It's success rides on its accomplished art and insightful and comedic story.
... Last updated on February 28th, 2010, 2:30pm
maliciously abusive with occasional delight
I just picked up issue one on the strength of the pretty-girl artwork. I now sincerely hope the cross-dressing lead is going to eventually be put through a wood chipper while still conscious. He is the stock "my family is immensely wealthy so I can treat everyone else like absolute crap" antagonist without a trace of charm or humor - just despicable, skin-crawling evil. The male-phobic female lead Kanako is a passive girl-oggling dolt who appears to be putting up with his abuse solely because he is cute in drag. By the end of the first issue there is no hint of anyone learning anything from their situations. I will look at the next chapters online in the vain hope that Mariya's maid Matsurika will snap and take his manhood off with a chainsaw. Still, much like Kanako, I will probably put up with this excruciating abuse for the occasional page of beautiful cute-girl art and yuri-light situations.