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A Secret Cellphone Novelist x The Most Popular Boy in School = Love missions of Absolute Command!
Yukina is secretly the all time best selling cellphone novelist, Yupina. She's in a tight spot since she's never wrote any stories about love before. But for all her reader's sake she'll try to experience what love is like. When she accidentally picks up Shigure's student handbook and discovers his true face, she blackmails him. "Fall in love with me!" The ultimate Love Mission starts now!
Himuro Yukina, known as the "Absolute Zero Snow-woman" is a cold and observant girl. In addition, she is actually a popular cell phone novelist who goes by the name of Yupina. Sadly, with no other human contact than her cousin, Yukina is unable to express more romance in her novels. Kitami Shigure, your so-called "typical bishounen", who is really a womanizer, has fallen into Yukina's trap when she blackmails him, and they end up "love-acting" for the sake of their respective secrets.
Watashi ni xx Shinasai! won the 36th Kodansha Manga award for best children's manga.
Oneshot: Plain Love.
わたしに××しなさい! مهمات الحب! 绝对恋爱命令 要你对我XXX รักร้ายยัยตัวแสบ XX me Do xx to Me! Love mission Mệnh lệnh tình yêu Missions of Love xx Me!
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I feel weird
I always avoided shojo because I hate the genre (maybe because Im male? Lol, I dont know, I see it as the typical genre for girls in an ormonal storm), but when I casually saw it in a scanlations website catalog, I felt I would have tried this title. It instantly caught me, and i finished it (i mean i read it to the last chapter i found, 63) in few hours, while I usually read mangas for a lot bigger period of time.
The narration goes well, starts "calm", and then continues to accellerate (not sure iff its the best way to describe what I mean, let me see some english dictionaries , anyway Im not referred to the story, which is really slow), I felt lot of tension at some point. The behavior of the character is weird, because they change too fast: first of all Yukina, I initially liked the way she was (and i was surprised how she had some few similarities to me, cold, not friendly, submerged in her own world, strong character), but she rapidly become weak, always crying (oh c'mon I dont want to see you cry evey 20 pages!), and always unsure.
I like the drawings (maybe too "sweet" for my tastes in some parts, but its a shojo so I dont have to complain about it).
I saw the other comments and rates, maybe it would seem too much, but I rate 9 because I enjoyed it and thats what counts.
... Last updated on July 12th, 2014, 9:34am
Really, Really Bad
This is probably one of the worst "romance" mangas I have ever read. Everyone does the most idiotic things on a consistent basis. The main character flip flops between love interests at least twice a in single chapter (sometimes more) and her reasoning is beyond shallow. She is presented as being very intelligent, but a 4 year old has better decision making skills.
This would have been much better as a 6-8 chapter single volume where the main guy helps her get over her phobia and teach her what love is - that was the initial premise anyway. Once another love interest is introduced (a childhood friend - how novel) it quickly goes down the toilet.
If you love pointless drama and idiotic characters who make the worst possible decisions and then change their mind 4 pages later you'll love this. Oh, and the art is good. There, I said something positive about it.
... Last updated on June 18th, 2014, 11:58am
I can't even be bothered to write a full review about this crap. It's all just sparkles and cherry blossoms while bunch of ecchi / corny stuff is going on. Oh and yukina is a joke. She's no strong heroine. Heck, she's not even a relatable heroine. Just a shameless ******* who fails to use her supposedly logical brain to THINK. And honestly, does the cousin not see how stupid he acts half the time? Wait and how exactly did loose crap like this get a CHILDREN'S AWARD wth?
... Last updated on March 20th, 2014, 5:23pm
I love this series. It is by far the best I've ever read. I love the triangle and how she is learning how to love. Though it begins with her cell phone novel, her love gradually turns into real life as the chapters update. I don't know what you people are talking about saying it's the "worst" and all. I love it. All of this author's works are great. I find the love triangle really interesting to read about. I can't wait for this series to update!
sexual minority discrimination in chapter 51
Chapter 51 has blatant misinformation about the asexual minority and is insensitive to sexual minorities. What is the author/editor/publisher thinking?!?!?! There will be problems when that volume goes on sale in the US and probably Europe and Canada.
... Last updated on August 10th, 2013, 9:06am
I've always hated love-triangles in manga, as they are by far the most overused trope, but I liked the art so thought I'd give it a go. Surprisingly I actually did like this at first. But now it's just... well, just awful really.
Here's why; At over 50 chapters in, there has been ZERO progress. Seriously. The mangaka clearly found a brilliant way to make some money, by just dragging out this ridiculous plot for so long. Instead of the original love-triangle, it's pretty much a love-pentagon now. It's pathetic.
Shigure has always been my favourite character, and now he's pretty much out the picture. Akira is sweet and all, and I have nothing against incest in manga (I actually quite like it in BL), but I don't think he should be with Yukina, as her love for him really doesn't seem to be more than familial love. Shigure's brother (can't remember his name) is another character I quite like -- I like the ones with twisted personalities. I did hope he'd finally get with Mami, but it's looking doubtful. Especially now that he seems to be developing feelings for Yukina too. Then there's Yukina herself. She is the worst kind of heroine ever. She isn't a strong female lead, she's just a bitch. I don't see why the mangaka thought reading about a slutty girl who just leads multiple guys along, is what people want.
I still think the first few chapters are good, but now it's just plain awful. The only reason I still read this is because I'm hoping Yukina will realise her mistake in choosing Akira over Shigure. To be honest, I have to say the only good thing about this manga is the art.
... Last updated on February 12th, 2014, 5:51am
Pretty interesting but quite slow
The story is interesting in the beginning, then it begins to lack of interest in the middle.
Plot The theme is the school and the girl who doesn't know about love. Futhermore, she is the romance novel writer too! So she tries to explore love by blackmailing the hero. The story goes pretty smooth and quite very slow (the reason for exploring is her novel.)
Story: The story is slow as the author's other stories but this one is slower. For me, I saw it as the acceptable slow because of both the heroine and the hero's personality and background. However, some actions of characters are still questionable (especially the heroine's cousin's)
Artwork: The artwork is as beautiful as always. And the scene is full of emotion too. Author has the great sense of using the right angle when drawing to show the emotion of the scene.
... Last updated on July 11th, 2013, 4:31am
A big joke
The art is pretty good but the story is completely lacking. It started off interesting until you follow the story and you're just faced with a stupid ping pong match of a female lead who just can't make up her mind and now is stringing two guys along mercilessly. Too much unnecessary drama, too much unnecessary side plot, too much unnecessary smut. At this point I don't even know what the author is trying to do other than throwing a reader-insert masturbatory fantasy.
Would not recommend reading for story, but would recommend reading for comedy and to pull examples on the worst collection of shoujo trope ever written.
Pretty Good 8.5/10
I don't really understand all the hate. I quite enjoy the struggle between the two main characters as they try to gain control over each other. The manga has taken some turns I don't love, but Yukina remains awesome by calling the latest male character "childish" and taking a punch for someone else. That's the Yukina I love.
Annoying, really annoying
So I guess I liked the story when it started and for about the next 25 chapters or so. Then Yukina's constant-retard behaviour started to build some anger/frustration inside me. Any manga reader knows the little starting to get pissed off drawings (veins in the head/fist of a manga character). Get ready to feel this way too often. Anyhow, story is original and art is pretty decent too. Lacking in character development and probably these love triangles will transform into love hexagons or something like that.