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From Tokyopop: Yukinari Sasaki is an average high school boy who has female-phobia...and an allergic reaction when girls touch him. One day, he falls through his tub to a bath to an alien planet called “Siren” where the population is 90% female. There he meets the sweet Miharu, who he can touch without breaking out into a rash! When the pair returns to earth, they’re joined by a wacky collection of friends and enemies who make every day one of laughter, life lessons, and fan service!
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waste of time
The art is beautiful...but that's all about the manga. It starts off interesting but after a few chapters it turns into a hell of filler. No character development, no story, always the same gags... The end doesn't bring up a conclusion. Everything stays as it were in the beginning. I was disappointed because the story had potential. I would rather do some voluntary work than to reread this.
not worth it
I usually give a series a bit of a go before writing them off, this is one of the few series' that I gave up on within the first 2 chapters.
I won't give this a score simply because I didn't give this enough of a go to form a solid enough opinion, right now I would give it a 2 if I had to.
got me reading because of the great art but the there's no fix storyline to follow. it's a different scene every chapter. a light comedy-ecchi manga. overall, not bad.
Not really any story to the series, just random scenes of ecchiness. If that is your thing, than this series will work for you, but don't expect a plot.
Good but too many plot holes
It has somewhat of a story but not............. good art....what is there of a plot is barely satisfactory.... but those who watch the anime might like the anime more.ofcourse........bu the same problems occur there
... Last updated on January 5th, 2009, 6:29am
It Was Alright...
I hate how the dang show ends. Why she couldn't find a man like Miamaru did.... Instead she laid up in the bed with Yukinari... They should have continued the episodes because to me I liked it :-)
I really don't care for the fanservice, but for some reason I've kept on reading this. I really want to read the rest of it, but still can't quite read Japanese, so I hope they come out with more soon... or, since I'm broke, just find a shop that sells it in english and read it there...
... Last updated on August 27th, 2007, 1:19pm
If you haven't watched the anime, i'll say that: - the art is good, cute girls to say the least. - the story is... nothing close to deep. Just for fun I suppose, but enjoyable nontheless.
I've read the first two volumes and I've got to say that the anime differs from manga in terms of ecchi content and the characteristics of characters. Less nudity but more fun on the manga. Love Hina-ish if I may say so.
If you loved the anime, you'd probably love the manga more. In the case that you hated the anime, try this. It's pretty much better than the anime.
...where the real protagonist is Fukuyama. Reading this is frustrating because the story starts with another guy instead, you create expectations and cheer for him, you don't really hate that girls hit him, but he's so useless that even Fukuyama beats him. The girls don't even really like him, the only reason the story goes as it goes is because the female author had to do it in order to serialize the manga as shounen manga. It becames especially frustrating from volume 2 and on.
Recommended for girls, or for people that don't mind the "protagonist" being useless without any hope at all, or if you really don't have anything else better to do and want to see how MARIO Kaneda managed to keep this going for 10 volumes.
Where's the story in this? It just gag after gag and that got stale after first volume. The girls are really really unreasonable to the point that it makes you dumb just by reading what they are saying.