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From ShoujoMagic: Iizuka Sono just transferred to a new school where the reigning oddballs have their own club called "BxB Brothers" ("B" for "Baka" = "Idiot"). According to them, you make your life meaningful by doing things out of the ordinary. While Kazuhisa and Kei aren't too selective about membership, Katsumi is -- so it's just the three of them... Until Sono strikes Katsumi as an admirably unusual person, and he coerces her into becoming a Brother! The more Sono learns about the Brothership and Katsumi, the more pride she takes in being a Brother, but being the only BxB Sister has its problems. Caught between the open affection of Kazuhisa and the reserved admiration of Katsumi (with Kei taking school-wide bets on the side), all while struggling to register the club officially, it's a BxB Triangle that constantly takes on new angles!
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Funny but also slightly annoying
This manga was interesting and even funny, but it got on my nerves. Literally every guy character fell in love with the main girl. Looking past that, it was a nice soft hearted read to pass time. I suggest if you like fluffly stuff you read it.
I really liked the characters in this manga. Everyone had a very different personnality but each of them, even the rivals, had its good points and was lovable. The heroine is not irritating as in many shoujos, I liked it when sometimes she snaps up or when she just took the things in hand because the male lead was too slow. It's just too bad that it's a slow romance, but well, maybe things wouldn't be as interesting then...
It would have been good to have such a group in high school and so many events !
Oh and the art gets really good as the story avances.
... Last updated on July 27th, 2013, 8:54am
Sometimes it's interesting, and then getting bored of it, then some conflicts come up and getting fired up reading it, then turn off again.
And spoiler, it will be a good ending if it wasn't ended rashly, and so the romance between two main characters somehow will get developed...better. Plus, sometimes I dislike Kuremura's mad acts wherever and whenever due to some trivial event -_-
Well, it's ok, after all.
this is an okay manga. Out of the 70 chapters at least 30 of them could be deleted or compressed. The same thing kinda happened over and over and Kuremura was wwwwaaaaayyyy to dense. It was to the point I wished she would fall in love with someone else. Though chapter 70 in it self was really good. It wrapped things up nicely. Though I must say I wish that Hikaru was actually my favorite out of the group. I wish he had found someone (girl or guy) to make him happy. I felt more for him than Sano and Kuremura.
Where's the "romance"???
After seeing Sono getting rejected so many times, and Kuremura not realizing Sono's feelings I really wish her to give up and fall in love with some else like Aiba-san (vol.8 ch 5), or someone else from the BxB Club
... Last updated on April 18th, 2012, 1:46pm
This manga was not spectacular. It had nothing that really struck me as out of the ordinary. There were some good visual close ups with eyes and expressions but there were a few mess ups too. All in all, not bad.
It was okay...
I waited for this to be completely finished before I even started so I could read it all in one go. It was an okay read. There were way too many guys after Sono. And even the main side characters, like Kazuhisa, got pushed aside and got no further character development after his little tid-bit was over.
It could have been so much better. I thought the club idea was a good one, but it just ended up being something to fall back on when the mangaka ran out of ideas for different boys to go after the main character. 7 because I really liked the art and Hikaru.
I actually enjoyed reading this manga plus the art is really nice. The ending though was rushed to the point where the romance between Sono and Kuremura seemed almost trivial. It was a nice series but they could've done a much better ending.
ups and downs
It started out interesting, then it got boring, but then it got interesting again, so just the middle is not fun to read. the romantinc development is very slow, and its kinda confusing, but its not a bad manga, i like it
EDIT: Okay, so the first volumes were quite repetitive, and I couldn't see any form of romance between Sono and Kuremura. But after getting to volume 8+ I am starting to see development, but I hope the ending isn't rushed. =/