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Onohara Asami is a cute, 17 year-old, 2nd-year high school student. What nobody knows is that she's actually already married, to her physics teacher. Besides her responsibility as a student, she now has to take care of the household and keep the marriage a secret in school. Will she be able to do all of this and will she succeed in making her danna-sama (husband) interested in her?
Жена-школьница おくさまは女子高生 我太太是高中生 Hiyoko Brand Hiyoko Brand - Okusama wa Joshikousei HIYOKO BRAND おくさまは女子高生 My Wife is a High School Girl Oku-sama wa Joshi Kousei
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Yes I love it. Yes it's at time pointless. Yes it is fun.
There is no "real" plot, other than the fact that Onohara Asami wants to get laid by her husband. <3 I really love her, she's so utterly cute! :] Her husband not bad looking either.
The first volume is full color, and most of the stories were short [2-15 pages]. The second volume became a "manga"/serialized.
A recommended ecchi comedy manga. :] Be warned though, nudity.
It's a little funny and very erotic, not like all those "ecchi" anime and manga where the main character falls on top of the boobs of every girl in the series until finally the tsundere realizes she's in love with him. My only real criticism is that the two leads don't have enough will power and get dragged into doing dumb things because of it.
Also, it starts out in a snippet form. Chapter 00 has like 20 parts to it, each one is only about 5 pages featuring Asami's woes in getting it on with her husband. After that the real story starts to develop, which is in some ways more interesting and in other ways a turn off (that's when the characters start getting developed and their weak-willed personas get called to the front).
I don't know why people always whine about lack of plot in stories like this. What part of "Slice of Life" don't they get? The "plot" is their life together. Basically, it's a character driven story, not a plot driven. Great manga to me.
This isn't so bad
At first I thought it was going to go in the same directing as Faster than a Kiss but I was happy to see that Ichimaru sensei's principles were a little more lax haha
Though they haven't quite gotten there yet, I'm glad to see that they're making head way. Though I can't stand the stupid obstacles like Sasuke-kun and stupid Iwasaki sensei and her little brother
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I mean all he has to say is "bitch back the fuck off. She's my wife and you better keep the secret or else I'll say that you were having sex with little boys in the office" and that would be that.
Grr!! She's so damn annoying. Why do girls always want what they can't have? The man already said he has someone that he loves, why pursue?
Anyways, I love the art... But why don't we see Ichimaru sensei's eyes hmm Moving on... I like the manga but 13 volumes? Damn I really wish it would go faster than a kiss. I just want them to bang and get it over with already sigh. I sure hope it wont be 13 volumes of almost doesn't counts.
... Last updated on January 28th, 2013, 12:16am
Are We Reading the Same Thing Here?
You may not like it, but there is a story in the manga. The short chapters in the beginning were about the girl Asami's wanting her husband to pay attention to her (which he actually does when she is not looking), and ended brilliantly with the long part entitled When Will You Show That You Love Me, launching it into serialization.
In addition to the development of their relationship, the plot also became focused on a new rivalry between two girls over the sensei (although I wished that they were both students to be more equal), and a little on keeping the marriage a secret. Furthermore, the mystery remains on how the heck did Asami and her husband tie the knots without so much as kissing or having her father's approval beforehand.
Hence, although it started out as a slice-of-life comedy, the title evolved into a beautiful romantic drama for the larger portion.
The reason why I love reading ecchi manga is because of how the characters actions are rather teasing and cute. I guess it could use more plot, but I personally like that it has a low innocent feel to it.
A Unique Concept; Needs More Thought to Hold It Together
Review for volume 1: I give the full-colour art a 9 because it is so curvaceous, well-proportioned and liquid. The flow of the manga panels is clear and clean; the unique concept of mini-chapters exploring the one emotion each that belong to the man and woman could have been done in a more intelligent and poetic way to compliment the art.
The problem really lay in the retention of my interest. It was the same thing over and over: no story to speak of and not quite porn either. Mostly tease. Unexplored potential, and although it may be explored in volumes 2 through 13, -alas- volume 1 has made me lose interest.
... Last updated on November 4th, 2010, 11:51am
I read some some vols but this series has so story or point. Drawings are great and much color and ecchi, but storyways it sucks hard. The only point to read this if you want to se naked girls... So relatively high score cuz of the art
... Last updated on September 30th, 2006, 3:09pm
Can't be helped....
So, the point of this manga is actually a horny wife and a husband that won't do his wife till the right time. later
you'll get it, that's the source of all the problems that occurred in their life.
At the beginning it's fun to read. But, after several chapter, the wife's turning into a cheap woman by thingking of
having affair, accepting her breast to be touched by doctor without further explanatios, accepting to be a hostess,
etc. It's just getting harder and harder to read, as I can't help but think of her as a cheap woman, yet she's the
main lead. At start asking to be embraced, but later reject it, though she's not againt the idead of gettng
horny position with that Iwasaki guy. The perfect NTR wife in hentai, indeed, getting harder to read it.
And yeah, the husband character is just like your ordinary main character. At the beginning, he's kinda realiable,
but later yeah he'll easily swayed by the other girl, though I'd say he's not in the worse position than his wife.
Can't help but give it low score, as the story itself is kinda standard, and I kinda can't stand with the both the
It was a bit longer than the anime like most manga and the story doesnt really start until the vol. 2 but the artwork is great and its has one of the most unique ideas for a romance that i have every since with a bunch ecchi comedy bits.