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Brilliant and overachieving, Misaki Ayuzawa is the President of the Student Council at Seika High School, formerly a boys' school. Unfortunately, most of the students are still male and stuck in their slovenly habits, so man-hating Misaki really socks it to 'em in an attempt to make the school presentable to attract more female students. But what will she do when the sexiest boy in school finds out that after school, Misaki works in a maid cafe.
Also included in this manga is a short story called Toumei na Sekai in volume one.
Президент школьного совета — горничная! Староста - горничная! رئيسة مجلس الطلاب نادلة 会長はメイド様! 会长是女仆 會長是女僕 會長是女僕大人 สาวเมดผจญหนุ่มสุดป่วน 회장님은 메이드 사마! Kaichō wa Maid-sama! Kaichou wa Maid-sama Khi Sếp Là Hầu Bàn Maid Sama Maid-sama! Maid-sama!: Sua excelência, a garçonete. My Sweet Kaichou President Is a Maid! Służąca przewodnicząca The Student Council President Is a Maid! Toumei na Sekai
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One of my favorite series of all time. Usui Takumi is the awesomest male lead ever. Ayuzawa Misaki is a strong-willed girl, basically a tsundere in my opinion, and her actions can be predictable at times, but the nice romance in this series covers it all up.
My sister love this so much...
But that's my sister.^^; I'm not saying I hate this, but I just like this, not LOVE it (Love is like giving this manga 10/10). In my opinion, this manga is... good, funny, romantic, but still... somewhat makes me boring and cliche for me. I don't dislike cliche and I read so many cliche shoujo, but this one, I read just for the comedy. Well, at the beginning it's not so cliche. It's balance, which is funny, and some repeated plot. But due the manga reach for the ending, it become more... umm well... not really cliche but I kind feel like there's a plot hole at the twist (again, for me^^)
If talking about character development... for me, in this whole book, there isn't really character development. Well, I'm just saying my opinion ♥ so no offense. The art is good, it's become more and more beautiful every book. Hiro sensei really improved so much in the art. Nice job! ☆
Anyway, my sister collect this manga^^ so perhaps my comment will change after reading the last volume (which hasn't published in here and I won't read the illegal since it will published and I will buy it)
Ah... I really like oneshot in volume 1^^
◦(..˘ ⌣ ˘..)◦ already collect the physical book
... Last updated on September 16th, 2014, 8:27am
This will always be my Number One. <3
<3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 (i'm in love)
The main male character Usui Takumi is the love of my life. No matter how unrealistically perfect he is, I won't give up the hopes of one day snatching someone of his level. yes. I will snatch the person!
Anyways, I fell in love with the dynamic between usui and misa from chapter 1. They are both badass, determined, and independent. They have different lives, goals, and dreams. But they come together and work through their various obstacles together without abandoning their own personal dreams and aspirations. And this is what I believe to be a truly healthy relationship between lovers. I have so much respect for these two. They are the perfect tag-team, and complement each other by standing back to back, covering for one another's faults.
Unlike what the unfavorable comments say, the reason I liked this story was BECAUSE there WAS character development. Misa starts out as a stubborn and judgmental demon who hates ALL men, and is eventually tempered by Usui's natural calmness. Usui, on the other hand, becomes more passionate than before due to Misa's fiery nature, and finally has something worth fighting for. (being the sad genius that he was, life was pretty boring until Misa came along) Both of them reach a happy medium by the end, and find solace in one another. They changed themselves into better people!
Humor was also pretty nicely snugged into the series. I laughed so many times that I've lost count. And gosh, some moments of the series had ME blushing along with the characters. Ha ha.
The art is also gorgeously drawn, and Usui becomes hotter with every new release. (is that even possible?) The ONLY downside of this manga was the side characters. The side characters did not have a chance to develop as much as the main couple did. Still, a few of them changed a lot and the author never forgot about them! I just wish the manga ended earlier, because the last few chapters actually dragged the series down.
... Last updated on July 11th, 2014, 1:34am
I dropped it
I don't have any right to rate this manga since i did not finish reading it. It became boring for me the moment i reached the middle part of the story since it became a drag. But i did enjoy the story at the start. I also liked the way the manga was drawn.
really with many logical problems many romantic scenes. this series is worth read but not made re-read : you can picck few dozens of pages which make you happy and rest is dragged too much.
enjoyable chapters at times : no character development all the time : wastage of characters nosense everywhere still a HAPPY ENDING.
Why does it have so many favourable reviews?
After endeavouring to read Kaichou wa Maid-sama! the third time I am pleased to say that it is now on my complete list. It starts off well enough. The first 40 chapters or so were quite humorous and I had a blast while reading them. The latter half though... I have some serious complaints about it.
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Misaki and Usui get together. After this their relationship becomes sooo boring. It's usui teasing her every single time, then Misaki blushes and calls him a perverted alien before giving in. Overused plot much?
Usui first transfers to Miyabigaoka and then to Britain. That's all well and fine. But for what reason? He wants to confront the "Walker" family. I didn't see any confrontation of any sort in the manga.
Igarashi Tora then offers to help Misaki to get to Britain because he wants Usui to inherit the Walker family line. He teaches her high society stuff life dancing, manners etc. They don't put any of this to use in the end because he plans to help Usui escape by making Misaki jump on the castle's rooftop in a maid uniform!! Where's the sense in this? He wanted Usui to inherit not escape! Their talk and actions were completely contradictory.
And is it necessary to have every single male character fall in love with Misaki?The part about Igarashi tora falling for her was nonsense. There was no proper development towards it.
The manner in which they talked in the latter half irritated me to death. I can't explain it, but people who have read many shoujo stuff should know. It's probably the scanlator's fault here. I am not very sure though.
By the time it ended I was so fed up that even the last chapter failed to make me smile with nostalgia.
There's absolutely no character development as well. The characters remain the same from the beginning to the end. Usui is still the cool, haunted by the past guy. Misaki remains temperamental and gets flustered easily. Yukimura is still the guy who is mistaken for a girl and a crybaby. It gets boring after a while.
I could keep complaining about this manga all day long. But in spite of all my complaining I give this a 6/10. I won't say I enjoyed it, but I didn't hate it as well. It's okay if you are into shoujo, I guess. Like Asani said before me, this would have been much more enjoyable if it had only been half as long. Suffice to say that I won't be re reading this.
... Last updated on March 20th, 2014, 9:40pm
Double as long as it should have been.
In my opinion this manga was really really a favorite till midway when
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they finally got together
after that the whole plot was filler filled, boring, overly sweet and overly complicated and i really disliked the ending. Loving this series so much in the beginning does leave you even more disappointed, so maybe my rating is a bit harsh. Either way, I would recommend to read this manga only till the mentioned part and drop it after that.
I do and I will always Love this
Its a great manga. Light romance, different from usual. Its just great! I completed it but I still can't help but read it over and over again (specially the kisses ^_^ ) They are the best pair. This was the first manga read. When I started reading this, I realized I was addicted.Its a series Its strongly recommended!
It so GOOD :)
Hihihi At first when i saw it was already completed I was like " I dont wanna read it because i dont want it to end" But as i finished it kinda disappointed because, it is such an amazing manga and its finished. But then again Im kinda happy for them and overall its so hilarious and very romantic, even if they don't do lovey dovey stuffs. Hahaha
I really love MISAKI and TAKUMI both, they're very strong willed and independent. Im actually rooting Igarashi Tora for Ayuzawa because he's so HOOOT!! <3. I don't know but I cant believe that its actually over and Its one of the best manga I have read. I can't get enought of reading it again and again. ))) Highly Recommended
But I definitely wanted more heartpounding doki doki between you know who! It's a tale brilliantly told, if you've been following it since the inception, like me, you'll cry and laugh by the bucketloads. Especially with the way the last volume has been framed. I feel like the mangaka was given plenty of liberty to get the crazy Usui storyarc out of her system and she finally streamlined the entire story to a fitting end.
On another note, there's a recent thread I noticed on Mangafox "Is Usui a virgin".......O_o The responses are very interesting! That thread in itself is a highly recommended read hehe