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Sensei, please teach me about love. Senou Miku is a normal high-school girl. On the day that she had her first boyfriend, her mother had a job transfer. And then, her guardian, who came to live with her, turned out to be her homeroom teacher, Nishizono-sensei...
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Holy shit this was some xration levels of NTR from Chiho's POV. This is the kind of NTR that makes a man become a demon. Acquire an unquenchable thirst for revenge. A thirst that'll set the whole world ablaze.
The first chapter was so amazing, really fun, the characters were likeable and the plot seemed promissing. I rated 10/10 and thought it was going to be one of my favorite manga. Later on, at about chapter 11 or so, I began to hate some characters and pity others. That is an unpleasant feeling. Also, I felt like it was too rushed and some things were left unexplained. The art was lovely though, so it's still above average.
This manga was really interesting, the plot was deep, the characters were all likeable as well. The big issue was the final chapter, it really should have taken up a few more because it felt so rushed, as if the lead male's feelings had suddenly appeared out of nowhere. It just felt a little unbelievable.
It really was too rushed. I think the story could have been good if there had been more time for all the characters to become actually likeable. It wasn't bad, though, and I liked the art, so.. ;D
summary makes it sounds so typical and cliched but it`s actually not. it was short but wonderful. it touched a lot of themes. it hurts but in the end love isn`t always made up of only two people. there are those who will get hurt for the happiness of others. After all, first love dies when true love comes.
This is really good. I wish there was more haha, but I guess it would've dragged on. [spoiler] At first I was annoyed that Mikuni stopped liking Chiho, they were so cute. Nishizono, all he had to do was speak to her and she fell in love. I don't know, but I didn't like that! I think they should mutually fall in love, else I am slightly annoyed. >_<[/spolier] But the end turned out really good.
What a decieving summary... not at all what I'd expected. It was deep, too depp but!!! too short for it being so deep. I mean, 2 volumes!? It just felt like if the mangaka as going to make it that deep, then 2 vol.s aren't enogh at all! I expected it to be all cute & fluffy! Blah... nevermind.
Thats not the point of this manga. If she spanned it any longer the story would have no meaning. She was trying to explain redmption and how moving on from the past to create the future is the best thing you can do.Look heres some things I have to point out; 1. What she felt for Chiho was nothing but a highschool crush, but when she got to know sensei thats when she REALLY fell in love. 2. They were not stupid they just extremely naive, they thought they knew certain matters all to well but they really didn't. 3. Okay Rin wakes up and finds him with another gal. She can't do anything. Last time I checked she did commit suicide, so did she really love him enough to realize that doing that was not the solution to her problems?
So anyways I really liked this manga. It was different from other student teacher relationship manga and you know what you can call Mikuni or Nishizono idiots, or sluts I don't care but the truth is this is a good manga. Enough said.
... Last updated on May 29th, 2010, 10:26pm
Honestly it's an extremely cliched and rushed story but I can't help loving it... Must have something to do with Nishizono-sensei It was kkinda cute too Great art though~
I liked it!
I rather like this author. She kinda kills some cliche moments, and sometimes it makes me laugh, other times, no.
But all in all, this story was not too bad. I didn't like how over-dramatic the heroine was at times, but the story itself was alright. Not too deep, since it feels pretty rushed(the falling in love in like half a second seems fake to me), but I feel like this shoujo attempted to go to depths. The only problem here was the length. It just wasn't enough to span over the character depths.
On the bright side, this is like one of those super long shoujos all nicely packaged in two volumes. This could have been a sidestory for Fruits Basket or something. In Fruits Basket, it probably would have spanned longer. I'm glad this wrapped up nicely, and I personally think that sensei and Mizuni are idiots, but they make a cute idiotic couple.