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Zerodaimu Kyupura Pa Azalraku Vairu Rua Darogu (a.k.a. Zero) once stopped the evil demon lord with his incredible psychic ability, and in the process saved the world from destruction and earned the honorable and highly imaginative title 'The Man Who Stopped the Evil Lord.'
Now, he has accepted a position as a teacher at Psychic Academy, a school for gifted psychokinetic youngsters who have demonstrated incredible raw powers and want to learn how to hone their abilities. Among the student body is young Ai Shiomi, Zero's little brother, a somewhat meek boy who, despite parental prodding and his fraternal reputation, feels that his limited skills hardly justify his presence at the prestigious academy.
However, everyone else is convinced that he, like his celebrated brother, is destined for greatness. A lot of pressure for a boy just entering adolescence!
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It's legacy (thanks SnoopyCool)
I've read this manga 5 years ago, and now i know it's thanks to SnoopyCool. Thanks.
I completely agree with his comment too: it's serialized for good reason, but it'll never make it as a classic. This series has me remember it after all these years. The concept of the protagonist's psychic ability (to see auras by peeking through the hole of his hand) is signature to me. I remembered how excited I was reading near the end, how powerful and dramatic the final boss scene was.
All in all, from a person who has read it many years ago, I look back and say, "This manga is actually pretty good. Try it out."
i liked it
it was one of the 1st mangas that i have ever read in my life, withing my 1st 50 probly, it was really wonderful and charming. i love Mew, loved her so much. she reminds me of Suzuka from the manga Suzuka.
I liked it
I liked it thematically but the execution was average. Mind you I don't really mind average plots. There's a reason they're common. The ending was kinda sad though.
Great to Bleh
This manga had some good points and had a good amount of originality to keep me interested. Halfway through it started to rush itself, things were progressing a tad fast. I thought it was just a small arc so didn't give it much thought. Though then it ended, and badly. Small spoiler here, but, the manga uses death to solve problems (one was quite interesting I might add). This is where it felt really rushed, instead of having a natural flow of things it quickly finished itself by killing people. Another manga that put to much into a story a didn't have the room for it. Maybe he couldn't keep up a story with all the Futari Ecchi stuff he was doing. Art is quite nice, not the best I've seen, but very much not the worst.
... Last updated on August 14th, 2009, 11:50am
Typical love triangle, typical plot, typical weak and useless guy(at the start.), typical everything, quite practically. I read this when I was 10, and I thought it was stupid even then. XD
For the few original things, I'll give it a 4.
... Last updated on September 25th, 2008, 4:50pm
This is imho very good, manga, I did like the Mew charackter and others veren´t that bad either. End was pretty unexpected, but I think it suits this story. Still dont know if it has any reread value, but it was a good way to spent a time ^^
Decent but lacks lasting impression
It's a nice manga, but won't really break new grounds or have any unique characteristics that will elevate it above the crop. I doubt that it's the type of manga anyone will re-read again and again.
Characters aren't bad per se, but again, they're rather type-cast and don't have that extra element/characteristic that will make you remember them after you finish reading the series.
I was a tad surprised by the ending, which I expected to be rather generic given how the manga was progressing. The ending's somewhere in that gray area between an open ending and a conclusive one, and I'm still not too sure what to think of it. Some will be dissapointed.
Overall a good read if you're curious or while you wait for the next release of your favourite series. As long as you don't expect too much in any of the genres listed, you won't be dissapointed.
Good manga if you realize when it came out
Taking any manga too seriously, and also not realizing when this manga came out and judging it by newer titles, is for lack of better words, stupid. It has some good action, typical teen aged romance, and it has some parts that will make you laugh, mixed up with some supernatural powers and you have a good read. Just don't take it too serious and you will enjoy this title. If it wasn't for newer manga beating this them to death it would be an even better read.
Full of plot holes. I expected this kind of a story from amateurs. Disappointing ending. Action-scenes are overplayed. Typical protagonist in-between two girls. At least the fan service wasn't that bad, lol...