On his way to school, Torii Akira helps a girl who was about to fall down. From that moment he keeps running into that girl, and she seems very happy to see Akira. Could this be the reason Akira can't help but smile all day?
こはるの日々 小春伴身边 小春日常 Days of Koharu Indian Summer Days and Us Koharu Days
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This manga was missing something for me. I remember reading it through in one sitting, and even though I did find it compelling I also really found it lacking as well. I still don't exactly know what it is, but I suspect that it just doesn't go far enough. The author kind of played it a little too safe with Koharu in the end, she's a yandere but she's not really all that crazy (I mean she ain't normal but I've seen weirder IRL) and nothing really tests her relationship with Akira all that much. I still find this manga oddly touching at times, mostly because I like heroines like this who are at least more memorable than Generic Anime Love Interest Big Breasted Woman #23 who's main defining characteristic is that she's "nice" or something. Weirdos finding love, yay. Even though I assume it's not that hard if you're a small cute girl in the first place.
... Last updated on May 8th, 2016, 10:50pm
A Yandere As a Cardboard Cutout
This is a manga about Mutsuki Koharu, a short yandere girl who has fallen in love with Torii Akira. It basically distills down the formula of a yandere's personality and antics without delving into extreme violence. Most of the first half simply isn't that interesting since the stories are unconnected and not much happens, but the introduction of the childhood friend jumpstarts the plot and also further illustrates both Torii and Mutsuki's characters. This manga illustrates one of the big dangers of a yandere character as an archetype, with Mutsuki's personality (whatever it was) being completely overshadowed by her unhealthy live for Torii. As one commenter put it, “she is a doll”. It's very disturbing in that regard and thus even though I rated it poorly I think it is good that I read this manga.
She will take you on a boat ride
This manga is what happens if School Days had been written for and by mentally stable people. The story goes somewhere at the end, is not as creepy(but still dark enough) as one might think at first and it did not turn into a sexual abyss as one might fear at the worst. So i can wholeheartedly recommend it and the seinen genre tag get´s earned don´t you worry. Not quite the cute romance the lead hoped for but a memorable one. I genuinely wonder what i would have done in Akira´s place and how my friend would have reacted. Things did escalate a bit in the second half after all. The author´s new one Sachiare! is also good too and has all sorts of deep kissing action.
... Last updated on December 30th, 2014, 3:51pm
both of them are, but that makes them perfect for each other. a normal guy would have run at the first sight of craziness, but this guy actually get more and more involved with her. the plot and the characters are not very well-developed, but i still like to see their antics. a good read.
... Last updated on December 5th, 2013, 9:25am
She seems more gou-dere than yandere to me. It's a good story, but like other/s have said, it doesn't deal with the real problem.
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She's okay for now but if they ever had another bump in their relationship, even if it wasn't meant to happen, she might lose it.
Also I don't like that the relationship was so fast and we never really hear about the characters past much or really anything about them. So the characters aren't really developed, but since their was a psychological aspect going on that covered over the fact that we don't know the characters a little bit. Overall it was cute and enjoyable.
Very adorable manga.
Cute romance manga with an interesting main heroine. While the plot never goes through much change, the relationship between the two main characters develops and ends very sweetly.
Crazy! But.. juicy
At first glance this is a typical creepy-yandere manga, but it does break quite a couple of norms. First off, pretty soon in the manga, his friends find out how crazy she is. They're all in it together, which I find awesome. Secondly, it's not his direct childhood friend who is also in love with him, which would have been just too much of a cliché. It's the childhood friend's sister, who's character is actually pretty interesting and well-built. She freaks the f*ck out discovering the girlfriends' yandere traits and discovers she wants the main character to stay safe from crazy, therefore she realizes she might love him. All in all it's interesting and entertaining.
Not exactly. Interesting manga, but I doubt it will follow School Days' lead, since that was a special case, being based off a visual novel & all that. Yandere are usually dangerous when there is competition involved . . . Is there?
I see the manga is showcasing the gruesome of a twisted relationship of a couple, but I think the author doesn't intend to let it go down the extreme. Like most romance, the manga only touches the sweetness (can you hate the cute-looking, mentally poor little Koharu despite all the things she'd done?) while abandoning the stress of the relationship and the complication of both Koharu's and Akira's personalities, leaving the reader guessing on the issues. I might be wrong, but so far the characters have never leave the safe zone, in my opinion. But it's interesting to see how this will end, and it has its own cheer, too.
Somebody sees... A "¿Future Bad Situation?"
Well it's not that I like "Scary" stuff... No, I don't REALLY like Scary stuff, so far and with unfortunately 10 Chapters only, Koharu no Hibi is... Good you know, but, what could happen if the history as is going right now could have a "bad situation" with Mitsuki?... I guees you all know what I mean; someday Mitsuki is "Staking" and "Chasing" the poor Akira as usual and someday she may see something that... Well... Will Snap her out of her mind and "Do" something to Akira or the person or whatever thing that may or not lead Mitsuki to madness...? What do you thing boys and girls?...