Kurosaki Mafuyu was a juvenile delinquent and head of her gang before her subsequent arrest got her expelled from high school. Now that she’s transferred to a new high school, she’s determined to become an “ultra-shiny, super feminine high-school student.” But with a new friend like Hayasaka-kun and a homeroom teacher like Saeki Takaomi (who may be more than he seems), will Mafuyu really be able to live a girly-girl high-school life!?
حضرة المعلم معلم من 俺様ティーチャー 我的野蛮老师 我的野蠻老師 王样老师 王樣老師 ฉันนี่แหละอาจารย์ 본좌티처 Fight Girl Great Teacher of Mine My Teacher Oresama Teacher Thầy giáo của tôi
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Good but I'd recommend buying it
This is pretty enjoyable in a light entertainment sort of way, I'd strongly recommend picking up the official translations because the scanlations after volume four are more or less unreadable
The art: LOVE IT! The plot: SUPER UNIQUE, LOVE IT!! The characters: SUPER DUPER LOVE IT!! EVERYTHING JUST SEEMS SO PERFECT!! But sometimes i feel it turns into a Shounen manga but it's because of the lead characters but i super love it!! Every time i read this manga, i always have a smile on my face because of the plot and how funny the characters are. I just wish it will have an anime! Romance.. mmm... SEE FOR YOURSELF!! Super love the action, humor and everything!!
... Last updated on March 17th, 2013, 6:08am
I started reading this when I read someone reviewed this so highly, with its laugh meter noted to be high. However, I rather found this just so-so to my disappointment. The art is pretty much average though with its shoujo-nish, the male protagonist did stood out.
I read Yanki-kun to Megane-chan (which was even published 2 years earlier) so this manga is low by par in art, tone/atmosphere, story, laugh meter and originality. Even though it's generally shounen, I'd recommend Yanki-kun to Megane-chan. You'll genuinely laugh within the 15 vols. No problem also in romance area, you'll definitely see it when you read it just like in this manga.
... Last updated on February 14th, 2013, 7:19pm
Oh god, this is soo hilarious. For Comedy, I would give this manga a 12/10. Its just sooo hilarious. Probably the most comedic manga I've read so far. It has a bunch of interesting characters as well. You think they'd act or be a certain way, but the way they actually turn out to be is just soo hilarious.
Okay, yes it has slow romance, but you know what, its a lot more realistic this way. I mean come on, someone with her personality and who thinks the way she does, there's no way that the first thing that she would think about is love. So it has to be slow, that's just who she is and its this kind of mindset that Mafuyu has, that makes the giant number of guys in the story a positive thing. Usually I hate harems, because its just too unrealistic. But I like everyone who's around her, they aren't drop dead perfect, they are all somewhat average, except that they all have street smarts.
Mayfuyu too, as a lead character, she is impressive, I love her secret identies, they are both so adorable and Mafuyu is also very smart herself. She can pin point things if she's given a guidance and can read atmospheres really well.
Its a definitely worthy read!! if you guys liked this, a really close similarity would be Matsuri Special. Just like this one, the girls also incredibly strong and doesn't want anyone around her to know, so she dons a mask as well.
... Last updated on January 21st, 2013, 8:44pm
YES it is definitely a must read. Unique, outstanding and the plot is not so cliche either. You could feel how strong the Mangaka's overflowing sense of humor in the manga. However, there is one problem... It lacks of love. It is a shoujo but you should not get your hopes up too high because this manga consists of 90% of fighting, and the rest is all comedy. But screw that! This manga is unlike any other manga you have ever read. The heroine's reactions and responds towards complications are rarely seen done by other heroines of typical shoujo manga. I can't wait to see the conclusion of this manga.
... Last updated on November 16th, 2012, 9:33am
Love love looove it!
This is one of my favorite mangas right now.
This is super duper funny. I cannot begin to describe it's funniness.
The art is good, the story and panels flow and the humour, is good. The main girl is kind of stupid, naive, maybe but she's got street smarts and is pretty strong. If you're sick of reading mangas with weeping, useless girls then oresama teacher is right for you!
admittedly the first time i read the plot i was hesitant about the whole potential teacher/student relationship. however, so far it this has not bothered me a single bit. perhaps mainly despite being a shojo, it has very slow development in the romance department. (And also there's a little backstory to how mafuyu and takomi knows each other)
The pacing of the development of the story does get a bit slow sometimes but i feel like the manga-ka is just taking her time and enjoying herself and not wanting to rush the story. afterall, there's nothing anyone hates more than a rushed ending so i'm actually ok with the slow development of the main underlying arc right now.
... Last updated on August 7th, 2012, 1:09am
Slow pace... de...e...e...e...e...wait-for...-it...ve...l...o...p...m... #_# Don't even want to continue describing its slowsiveness
The first volume or exactly first few volumes, I was taken by storm with Oresama Teacher! I was totally blew away by its humours and unique and non-cliche storyline and characters and was really really into the teacher-student relationship (I don't know why but I like weird relationships like teacher-student, relatives that turns out not related by blood or anything (this must be consider though because most of the time, it's just bad), older people with younger people). However...
It began to slow down starting from the volume which Takaomi explained his reasons for being at Mafuyu's high school. Taking the Student Council (Gosh I'm in one ><) down was really snailly and complicated, sometimes some situations felt like unneeded like those moments in most animes (sorry, I'm not a huge anime fan, in fact I has never been an anime fan even). And that just got me disinterested for some tiny bits.
The most emotionally developed *in term of realising their feelings for Mafuyu* are probably the Banchou and Kenkawa. Best one is the Banchou besides the fact he knows the guy version *man I suddenly forget his name, oh Natsuo* of Mafuyu. However I don't mind the overwhelming guts of Kenkawa either. Hayasaka is just really into Usa-chan Man. Another one I think is already there with other harem characters is Ayaben but well, maybe he doesn't notice it. Or maybe, he's just totally in it for Mafuyu because she can't keep her cleanliness act together and somewhat reminds him of his old days at home. But I like Ayaben
I hope that the author won't let the scenario of CHOOSING NON BUT BEING FRIEND WITH ALL OF THE BOYS happens. That would suck! It kills me with Yankee-kun to Megane-chan already so... Damn him if he does the act of a copy-cat! ><
... Last updated on July 5th, 2012, 11:58am
I do love this so so so much! It is hilarious and refreshing. The events are just crazy and the heroine is just so lovable.
As other reviewers have said, it does lack a bit in the romance department although the harem is pretty much building in number, the comedy is certainly front and center and will keep you entertained.
This could have been a ten but...
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As I've mentioned, the harem is building in number but there is little development which I kinda love but kinda hate. I love it because Mafuyu ain't another shoujo heroine blushing all over the place for all the guys...and I can say, they are pretty hot guys.
I sorta hate it because it gets frustratingly slow and if this will turn out predictable, she will most likely end up with sensei so I just hope this won't be as predicted and maybe, just maybe she'd end up falling for Banchou or even Hayasaka...still, it's most likely sensei because they already have some sort of relationship while with Banchou and Hayasaka, it's just mostly comedic bumbling about(OMG, the bishies! People! THE BISHIES!!!)...unless the mangaka develops someone else more than just sensei.
The aforementioned was pretty much the reason why I stopped reading this for a while because, although I like who she is most likely to end up with, I don't like him for her. I'd prefer their relationship to remain platonic.
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Me NOT being a big fan of student-teacher relationships isn't helping. I appreciate it sometimes when the story is really awesome or actually works(the number of which I can only count with one hand so far). This is not the case here, IMO. Cute but not enough for me to root for them together.
Still, awesome read! Recommended to those who love heroines with spunk!(wth?who uses that word?)
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I have a niggling feeling that Hayasaka's first name has something to do with the picture of the little girl he looked at(I'm guessing it's Mafuyu) that he kept in his student handbook thing when he first met Usa-chan man.
Edit: Sorry. I'm just really biased because I am so in love with Okegawa!! Aaaagh! I love Hayasaka and the other guys but Banchou just melts my heart aaand panties(TMI!hahaha!)
The harem(so far):
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The sensei--hot, like seriously, and has a past with Mafuyu so he's got the lead even if they have a really weird relationship.
Hayasaka--so cuuuute, I just love him. I think he also might have encountered Mafuyu as a child but doesn't remember her name or maybe I'm just assuming too much.
Banchou Kyousuke--OMG, I am so in love with him. He's got the hotness of Takaomi and the to-die-for adorableness of Hayasaka. His bed hair look(when Hayasaka brought Maizono to him)when his hair isn't combed back...I'm so silly, his combed back hairstyle is incredibly hot too...and I just drowned in my own drool again. He kinda thinks of Mafuyu as a prince when he imagines her. Craap, he's so sexy. All of the guys are sexy but daaaamn, Banchou, I love you!
Kenkawa--when I first saw him, I was like: "mini-version of Banchou" only with a mole under his eye. He used to be Mafuyu's subordinate and is cute in his own way. OMG, when he cried in ch.38, he looked like...an extremely adorable uke getting screwed...sorry for the description...he really did: http://mangafox.me/manga/oresama_teacher/v07/c038/29.html
Maizono--I'm not sure if he counts because it feels more like there's an almost, almost shounen-ai feel when he's with Kenkawa
Sakurada--the baka-type but still kinda cute in his own way. I'm including him because he is just ridiculous
Shinobu doesn't count coz he's kinda taken but I find him cute...meganeeee-type...hihihi...but he totally matches so cutely with Houjou(girl)
Ayabe...he's pretty cute in his own way like all the other guys.
Aki...I'm not sure if he counts. All the girls instantly fall in love with him for his looks. (Actually, on a sexiness scale, he doesn't compare to Banchou, Takaomi, Hayasaka, and the other guys...but still cute.)
... Last updated on November 12th, 2015, 5:41am
i love the humour! i love the characters, they are so funny that i can't stop but read more and more, what i think is lacking is the development of relationship between the characters. we don't even know what hayasaka's first name is. i'll give 10 if only the author would explore the relationship (romance) more. i wonder who will mafuyu end up with, takaomi, hayasaka, okegawa, or kenkawa? lol.
I found this manga at times.. when I was bored and had nothing else to do - guess what? this manga brings sweet jokes yet I love the art. Simply neat yet soft - contrast to the theme of this manga. I can't say that it's fully a shoujo one. But definitely, a good read recommendated