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This story takes place during the civil war in Japan. There is a mysterious boy with a short horn on his forehead. His life turns upside down after he saves a wanted female ninja, who then tells him that she's his servant and he is an emperor!
Soon a few more girls appear in his life and the adventure begins. What will happen to him and what kind of weird and wonderful stories lie in front of the small group is for you to find out.
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It's a damn good manga
I really like the characters and for a semi-harem manga the main character isn't completely detestable. Funny plot devices and (fairly) believable story telling makes this a good manga.
I'd say it's a pretty good harem manga. I do enjoy each and every arc and the silly things Raizou goes through. Princesses are generally likeable characters as well. Raizou, our main character, is unfortunately not one of the greatest ones out there. He does start out seeming like a little wimp, but I'm sure he will change. After reading up to Vol 8 he seems to be developing more and turning less useless.
And while the whole princess thing causes concern for a repetitive story, I'm hoping it won't be like that. From the latest chapter it looks like somethings are changing.
this one is pretty original when it comes to the harem genre, the art is excellent its funny and all the females look fine the only thing that bothered me in the start was that ninja that is supposed to be a guy but looks exactly like a girl i thought it was unnecessary should have just kept him as a female i mean he looks like one, anyway this is a pretty good read try it you might like it.
Naked girls (mostly), comedy and violence.
Not the most original of concepts but harem manga tend to be that way. The male protagonist is your standard wimp that grows stronger but is still a wimp in the end. Every girl falls for him but he runs away.
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One thing is certain though. The way he is wooing other women, he'll have a harem from Hokkaido to Okinawa ready to cut his balls off for leading them on. Hell, if the sixth volume was any indication, he'll likely have some European army gunning for him to boot. If this happens, then the story will actually become quite interesting.
This isn't a bad series to start a person off with actually. It is a decent representation of the genre and it is pretty much one volume per story arc.
I just hope Del Rey won't try to water down the releases. They aren't as shitty as Viz or CMX is with their censorship but I'm always uncomfortable seeing companies licensing series that rely heavily on fanservice. From what I've heard, they've learned their lesson after the Negima and Air Gear fiascos but publishers always seem tempted to try to sneak in a censored dialogue or panel.
The art is great, the girls are cute. It feels almost like I'm reading The World God Only Knows, something I also like a lot. Add to that delicious traditional clothing (and mikos+sisters) and a protagonist that can be useful when needed.
I gave it a 9 not because the story is DEEP or breathtaking on the same level as other great series, but just because this is an entertaining harem series that's actually worth promoting.
This is good. I saw the gender bender genre, and i was really wondering if i should read it (i hate gender bender) luckily though, only a side character cross dresses, everyone else is normal.
This is a reallllly great manga and you should read it. The only thing i dont like about it is that he doesnt really choose who he like or who he is gonna marry.
funny as hell
wow, funny. funnier than i expected, and pretty damn good in general.
i would say pretty unique as far as harems go, there is actually some semblance of a plot (yeah you heard right, there is actually a purpose to it!)
read it, its pretty good
Rappi Rangai is quite a good manga, in terms of originality in the plot and the characters.
The manga does a great job balancing humor and development. On one hand, the characters would find themselves in awkward situations, bemusing for the readers. But on the other hand, it can become quite serious and dramatic, including some good fighting scenes and story and character development.
For a manga that is a mixture of action, comedy and harem, it's not that bad.
aight, as a person who has been reading this manga since chapter one was first scanlated, i must say that this manga has managed to disappoint me abysmally with the most recent chapters. what started off as something different and refreshing slowly turned into boring and tedious, with the mangaka reusing plot and reducing his art quality as chapters progressed. every new arc is just a little bit more droll then the last chapter, and i'm finding this to be a manga where when a new update is there, i ignore it for several weeks just to put it off, until i'm reaching the "bottom of the barrel". idk, i'll read maybe another 14 chapters max (till 55) and see how it goes, and if there is still no good progression, i'll probably drop it. for people who want to read this? i'd say its good for a light read as long as you know that similar to Mx0, its never gunna go anywhere.
It's not bad, but I have a couple of problems with it...
1. Trap. But he gets less show time later on. 2. I HATE antagonists like Kabugi Seigan. Hard to explain why w.out spoiling. 3. The arcs end the same way... he just leaves. Doesn't really feel like a harem, but a very unlucky protagonist. 4. People are sort of right, it kind of gets worse. The Angel arc was just bad.