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The story starts with a seemingly unassuming class rep Adachi Hana who has taken an interest in the school's known delinquent, Shinagawa Daichi. Just what is her reason for following Daichi and wanting him to go on the class field trip?
Included in volume 11 is the story called Fairy Megane, a crossover between Fairy Tail and Yanki-kun to Megane-chan.
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This is probably one of the funniest things I have read in a long time. I burst out laughing often, and once again frightened my parents. Poor poor Yankee-kun, he just wanst to be a normal delinquent. ;~; I feel his pain. 9I love their idea to reenact the past to get answers).
yeah this is very good man...don't know where its headed but hope it turns out to have some romance features in it...the art is clean...one of the funniest mangas to read and looks very interesting
This was one of my favourite series growing up. I put off finishing it because I heard about the bad ending but I didnt expect it to be as bad as it is. Could there not be at least an extra chapter to sum things up? There were so many ways to end this. I'm going to search for info on the ending from the author in hopes that I'll find answers on some random forum.
No answers. She explains nothing in her interview. I am so mad. How hard is it to at least share information in interviews. I don't know. But I feel so hurt. I loved this series and it's characters and it ended with no explanation. I am sad and angry. Wow. So angry. I'm just going to pretend the last two chapters weren't real and it ended at graduation with Daichi's touching speech. After that on the first day of Tono U and in the following weeks when he can't find Adachi he takes a year out to search for her. The computer club research her and hack into the police database or some other bs and find info on Hana. It's hella dangerous so everyone gets together to find Adachi's parents and they convince grandma to help. Through some sort of emotional stupid naive and unrealistic but touching talk or whatever Hana's parents are like you know what we don't need you and disown her or whatever. And Hana and Shinigawa go Tono U together. So many tears at this point. Happy go lucky chapters of life in Tono where Shinigawa and the other guy confess to Adachi. Maybe time skip now where we get to the future and Shinigawa ENJOYS being a teacher? Because I think he would. And Hana is a police officer maybe. Who knows. Maybe a wedding chapter just for wish fulfilment because the two of them would be so so happy together. And everyone can be there to celebrate. Maybe even Hana's parents will drop by somehow. I want my stupid and touching ending.
I would still recommend. Read it and pretend the last two chapters aren't real and it was an open end instead of a nonsensical out of character ending where schizophrenia in the main character is the most realistic explanation. I could accept it but it is so hard. I'll try to read it again
No. Unacceptable. That was an absolutely rude ending. The worst
... Last updated on February 20th, 2016, 3:09pm
One of the Best.
One of the funniest, most endearing and entertaining series for quite some time. Not your typical delinquent-themed stories. The story is very polished and satisfying. The art is quite good with solid lines and tones.
Almost of the characters are funny and lovable with a few exceptions. All the main characters are great. The drawn out romantic subplot is slightly annoying and starts to pick up later in the series. The action is interspersed without being drawn out and resolves quickly, in my opinion, which is a plus.
One of my new all-time favorites. A must-read.
Starts out kind of random and pointless. The comedic parts are decent at first, a bit too exaggerated. But man, does this thing get better. Once I got past the first few parts, I just couldn't stop laughing.
And there's actually a larger story going on, it seems (although extremely slow, heh). Anyways, can't wait for the next release.
... Last updated on June 1st, 2009, 11:10pm
Good build up, terrible end
I really enjoyed this series, read it multiple times over the years as it was being published. But the ending was atrocious. Sure, sometimes you might not like an ending but in this case a) I dont see how anybody could like it and b) its unclear if there really was an ending. One of the two main characters gets written out of the series with no explanation and then (possibly) reappears on the last page (as she hasnt aged its unclear if it isnt just Shiagawa daydreaming) for no real reason either. It was a nonsensical mess.
This manga seems to have two phases if I remember correctly. There's the first phase in which the mangaka doesn't seem to care about anything else than getting a laugh. It was really funny for me but it would depend on your taste and/or how many manga like this one that you've seen. Then there's the second phase in which the mangaka sacrifices some of the series' comedy to get a decent story going. Over-all I would put this series at slightly above average. It's not going to rock your socks but it's a nice way to pass time.
What a story... Starting reading, you don't really know where the author will lead you, but little by little each chapter brings more and more surprises, entertainment, suspense, laugh and all. It goes through almost every themes you can find in school life mangas, but with a really different point of view than most of them.
Every characters are well introduced and have to overcome their own difficulties with the help of the others, and everybody gets stronger in the end. You can't help loving them all ^^
As you can see in my lists I've read many mangas, and I swear this one is a rare pearl !
The live action drama is also pretty good (although I usually don't really like dramas).
... Last updated on May 10th, 2011, 3:47pm
It's hilarious! The only bad thing is that, like other people said, it doesn't really pick up until the Student Council arc. That's a good 50 chapters of plowing, and it can get pretty annoying at times, because it's really only about Adachi picking on Shinagawa in a completely dense and not particularly funny way. Goodness knows that 'picking on the main character' humour is funny (ahh, Kenichi), but Shinagawa keeps getting the short end of the stick, and that makes it... really not funny at all.
Once the other characters come in, though, the manga becomes awesome. Adachi's not so annoying, Shinagawa gets some happy moments, and the dialogue becomes downright hilarious. It completely makes up for the first half. If you have the patience, I totally recommend it.
... Last updated on October 11th, 2010, 4:05pm
Seriously one of the best mangas I've read. Very funny. Good characters and neverending randomly funny stories. The only thing I could wish for would be some better romance plot
But you'd definitely be missing out if you didn't read this! Unless you're against this genre