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Denpa Kyoushi  
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Kagami Junichirou is known as a genius physicist. He wrote a thesis at a young age of 17, and it was even published by "Nature," a prominent science journal. After college, he devoted himself to being an otaku and a NEET: Updating his anime blog and aiming for #1 ranking. He claims to have a disease that makes him do ONLY what he wants to do. Desperate to get him to do something with his life, his little sister manages to get him a job as a teacher at his alma mater.


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Associated Names
電波教師 He Is a Ultimate Teacher
Denpa Kyōshi
Denpa Kyoshi
Electromagnetic Wave Teacher
He Is a Ultimate Teacher
Ultimate Otaku Teacher
Ultimate Teacher (Indonesia)

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Status in Country of Origin
26 Volumes (Complete)

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Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at 1

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Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (633 votes)
Bayesian Average: 8.03 / 10.0
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March 11th 2017, 1:58pm PST



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Denpa Kyoushi's Finale in 3 Chapters 13 days, 13 hours, 16 minutes ago
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Denpa Kyoushi Anime Announced 1397 days, 11 hours, 4 minutes ago

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The Great Teacher's World Onizuka Only Knows   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by claudiofd
January 3rd, 2012, 9:51am
So much potential! I seriously hope the author maintains the current feeling of the manga and doesn't feel the need to deviate to much in the future.

The feeling of the manga reminds me of TWGOK before it began deepening the story-line with the whole Goddesses ordeal. Then obviously the plot reminds me of GTO but you could probably tell that from the synopsis. It's funny and nicely paced so far. The characters are not very original (the main character has some very distinctive points that begin to make him an interestingly original character, but in the beginning he kind of looked like the stereotypical portrayal of otakus in light-hearted gag mangas) but are surprisingly likable. It mixes well jokes with some simple but important life lessons based on the personalities and lifestyles of some kids he helps throughout the way. I especially liked a line from chapter 5 or 6 that went something like "Even if I'm expelled, I won't die. But if I lose my reason for living, isn't that the same as being dead?". It kind of hit me nicely even though it was so simple.

The art is good, even if the designs of the characters give off a little bit of an old school feel, which is good in itself since it gives the art its own flavor, I guess. So summing things up: read it! It's simple, light-hearted, comedic fun which by chapter 7 already gives off so much potential. I somehow feel that if the author doesn't mess up, this'll become fairly popular in 1.5 to 2 years if not before that even.
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Dread Kaiser
December 11th, 2011, 3:58pm
otaku teacher is an original idea (as far as i know at least)
funny, comedy-violence, (minor) fanservice
just what i like in a comedy
bonus points for pretend /b/ style life ruining
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For the shake of Otakuism   
Rating: 7.3 / 10.0
by juij
September 17th, 2012, 11:03am
¿Can you imagine a shool-life manga with a teacher as MC with almost no classroom scenes? Maid cafes, seiyuus, tsunderes, brother complex, gothic loli, mangakas, moe characters, gender bender .... but nothing to do with school life.... well, there's something... schoolgirls.....It's an otaku delusion xD

Even so, after 15 chapters i finally got caught by the plot, the manga stops changing the setting and has already enough characters to start real development with longer, deeper and more detailed arcs gainning some consistency. So i'd recommend a little patience if you're going to start reading Denpa Kyoushi, it gets better and better.
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quite nice mmm...   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by VawX
December 11th, 2011, 9:58am
i'm sure it has Onizuka's references, a bit similar with Hammer Session since the main chara a genius and he's a teacher after all mmm...
well, for the first chapter it's quite interesting, has some originality with the teacher being an otaku but it seems that the plot will be once again similar to Onizuka and Hammer Session mmm...
for now i give 10 so people will try to read it, though i don't really care about rating, just random mmm...
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Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by swiftstrike
November 11th, 2012, 2:24pm
Funny, enjoyable, every step of the way. All the characters have their own personalities and quirks that make them interesting and different from each other, in a meaningful sort of way. Story is great.
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Pretty wild   
Rating: N/A
by intemango
January 16th, 2012, 3:47pm
This is one of those series that kicks logic to the curb and can potentially make you cringe with all the supposedly inhumanly intelligent characters (though whether it can actually convince you of that fact is another matter). But we already have Onizuka as a wild teacher and other series opting for an otaku as a main character. It's sufficient to say we're already used to all the teacher and otaku antics.
Still, the story has changed so much in the first few chapters so there might be room for improvement. One can actually innovate with a familiar premise, but that's just my guess. For now I'm just enjoying the wild direction (typical of a new series) and the cute girls.
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Rating: N/A
by Daxisheart
December 18th, 2011, 6:49pm
surprisingly very good, makes the main character seem smart instead of just knowing everything (even though it sorta implies he can DO everything). Very enjoyable main chracter in general.
similar to onizuka, except otaku saves the day rather than gangster super brute forceness.
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Rating: 5.0 / 10.0
by crissio
January 24th, 2014, 12:43pm
When I read this manga, I was enjoying this manga for the first 20 chapters .However, after that the story was dwindling down / jumping the shark until I didn't care anymore about the story and the character. This manga was trying so hard to be like GTO but failed.

The story has the similarity like GTO where there's a teacher that has a mission to solve students problems. The difference is , the case that is represented in this manga is totally exaggerated and it can only be solved by protagonist who almost can do everything IT related: programming, networking, database, not to mention he also excelled at physics..... I need to mention that he also top gamer at the same time? So every case can be solved as easy as taking an ice cream from refrigerator. That made me as a reader found it boring, and totally unrelatable because protagonist served as "deus ex machina" that can solved every problem at his whim without any struggle at all. Compare this to Onizuka who actually struggled to solve the problem.

The overall plot is also boring as hell, and really trivial compared to Onizuka had faced when he was trying to solve his students problem. in GTO, every small case he solved, leads to the bigger case, in this manga you only have like small case , small case, and small case. Occasionally one big case, and back again to small case. Plot isn't woven together to create a good continuity.


Mind you that I have watched 70,80s anime, and old manga as well and never really care about graphics at all. I'm a storyline guy, but reading this manga made me confused and gave me headache.
The reason is that almost every character in this manga almost looked the same, the only difference is their hairstyles , sometimes when I read, I forgot who the hell is this character, and that poses a lot of problems here. I couldn't enjoy the story at the maximum level because I'm too busy figuring out who the hell each character that was being shoved into my face.

... Last updated on February 4th, 2014, 7:22pm
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Interesting manga..give it a read   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by lizzyfizzy
December 24th, 2012, 11:09am
I've put off reading this manga for a while but I regret not reading it earlier. It's just pure awesome. This manga caught my interest from the first chapter and I sat there for hours reading it. That's pretty uncommon for me. The plot is extremely interesting and the story focuses on a very smart guy who is also an otaku (great combination).
He runs into many different characters and helps them find their 'true self'. That's all I can really say.

Now go read it....
*first comment*

... Last updated on December 24th, 2012, 11:12am
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mmm trap, delicious trap!   
Rating: 7.5 / 10.0
by akurashy
September 17th, 2013, 6:25pm
Alright, I enjoyed a lot of the manga, however it has fallen into this spiral of same old same old situations where the teacher is just too smart, there's just no struggle on his part, there are no flaws on his character in terms that he doesn't "make mistakes", which bothers me greatly.

That said, there are a lot of the dialogues he does that reminded me why I love anime/manga so much. In truth I recently came to catch up with old mangas 3 weeks ago. Reading a lot of the conversations was refreshing.

That said, I love the art style, it really reminds me of Akamatsu Ken from Love Hina and Mahou Sensei Negima.

P.S Hands off koutarou, she's mine, aight? biggrin
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