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From Del Rey: It's a gorgeous, spacious mansion, and four handsome, fifteen-year-old friends are allowed to live in it for free! There's only one condition - that within three years the guys must transform the owner's wallflower niece into a lady befitting the palace in which they all live! How hard can it be?
Enter Sunako Nakahara, the agoraphobic, horror-movie-loving, pockmark-faced, frizzy-haired, fashion-illiterate recluse who tends to break into explosive nosebleeds whenever she sees anyone attractive. This project is going to take more than our four heroes ever expected: it needs a miracle!
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I love this manga a loooot! Especially their expressions and all, but why isn't there any developments with the characters? Especially Sunako. She appears glamorous in some chapters and after that, she returns to being the gloomy and horror loving chick. I wished that the mangaka would at least try to change her a bit and what about her relationship with Kyouhei?! Won't there be any romance between the two of them? Although I gotta say, they really suit each other very well.
100 over chapters and no development is just gonna disappoint all the readers! Well, at least not to those who are looking for funny and not much plot manga. I gave it a 9.5 since the art is kinda pretty (no, actually i gave it a 9.5 because of the chibi sunako. >w<)
but all in all, I will continue to read this, hoping for a deeper and great development on the plot as well as the characters!!
... Last updated on November 2nd, 2011, 1:58am
We could see some progress. I mean it is good. It is funny. Very funny even. But man... 110 chapters and no progress at all ? She is still the same gloomy character as before (well she can look at the others now, youhou ! ). What about a believable timeline? They must have had at least three halloweens, and they are still in highschool ? Not even seniors ? So how much time has passed ? Are they alternate realities ?
Well you get what I mean. But if you don't fear embarking on a journey that will end in a long time and where there won't be any development until the last volume, which is probably years from now, please go ahead, it is very good.
Amusing, but now it's just dragging
This manga is hilarious. It's very entertaining, although I must say that the art is not the greatest. In fact, the art is just down right annoying. If it weren't for how humorous this manga is, I would never be able to get past the art. This manga started out really good but then it just kept on going and going and going and it's still going. Honestly, at this point I just want to see Sunako end up with Kyohei. I know Sunako is supposed to be extremely unlady like and super dense, but still, after 112 chapters, I think she should realize by now that Kyohei likes her and she likes him.
Just Read It.
This manga is amazing. it makes me laugh all the time (: i've seen both the anime & drama and i love them both too only thing is, i've seen better art...but overall, i love this manga
**Edit** So, this is really dragging on...I still love it and all that, but it's going no where...it's totally strayed from the original plot...she's still nowhere NEAR becoming a lady
... Last updated on November 14th, 2011, 12:43pm
I used to be obsessed with this but the later chapters are such a letdown. I know the mangaka doesn't put any effort into at all. In comparison to a stellar manga like NANA, in which the mangaka adores her characters so much she spends A LOT of time making it perfect for readers, the Wallflower is garbage. Reading this mangaka's sidebars and extra pages, she is always complaining and moaning about how she'd rather go to a concert, and how she has to drag her friends to help out. Wtf? A real mangaka sucks it up for the readers. It's your profession. And it shouldn't be so hard, because you should love what you do, and the characters you draw. The manga storyline itself isn't even a storyline. If you're looking for a GOOD story that has several little plots like the Wallflower, try Akuma to Dolce.
First a manga, then a anime' now a drama!
I must say that at first i wasn't really into the series as i only saw the covers in the bookstore. Than a little later someone recommend it to me and told me what it was about. Later, I get a Dvd preview of random ep which show the wallflower on it, and with some more info from a friend i decide to finally give it a shot, After watching the first ep with my sister, i fell in love it and decided to buy the anime and it was awesome. After that I bought the manga and i still love it even now. Then i just recently found out that they made a drama and i got very excited cause i don't normally watch dramas but for this series i was willing to give it a shot. Now after I just finish watching it, i have to put this in my top favorites manga series.
I love the lessons and morals of each chapter and ep that come with this story on how to be a lady. Characters are all different in there own little way and share a bond that can never be broken.
As for the artwork kellykei, this artwork is not bad, it just that some people would think they look like girls when there not, otherwise it very beautiful.
The girl in this series is different, not innonce and not stupid (in fact very smart and good at cooking) and likes horror stuff that makes her different and the 4 boys are trying to change in order to get their free rent by becoming a lady, which people complain about but I don't understand why. People hate stupid, wimpy heroines in story but now there's a different one and now people don't like it? Make up you mind!
As for the manga being to long... I love that it is cause i wanted the anime and drama to continue but didn't which I find very sad but at least the manga keeps it alive but I do hope that it ends beautifully.
Not only does this story has lessons but it pack full of comedy and fun that keeps you wanting more, especially with the main heroine who can't seem to get herself out of trouble. It also has romance that is very cute to watch as you read it. I wish this series made a movie or 2nd season of either the anime or drama. I must say that Sunako's personitly is quite similar to Sawako in Kimi ni todoke who also like horrors and is changing both inside and out. I higly recommend this series to you for i fell in love with it. So don't judge a book by the cover or artwork cause it's all about the fun and plot.
well this should have ended already, but damn it i love it i think it's so funny, it's by far my favorite shoujo manga and one of my favorites overall but yeah it's been dragging for too long and it's still ongoing and it really should be getting to an end where sunako finaly realises she's in lobe with kyohei too.
Love it, Always will
I love this manga! The main character is a horrifically adorable teenage girl obsessed with darkness. As 4 ridiculously cute bishounen try to turn her into a lady, we witness wacky events, desperate attempts and glimpses of love along the way. I personally adore the art style. The chibi versions are so cute and the leads are drawn beautifully. It's not the best I've seen, but it's definitely good. Now, a lot of people think it's too dragged out, which is true. This manga seems extra long, for no purpose. But personally, after re-reading it good 3 or 4 times, I realize there are very few chapters I'd actually wish weren't there. I love the little stories so much! Each one is funny, cute, frustrating, and sweet and they always keep me entertained. I've been following this series for years and will keep on doing so. I hate when a good story ends, so I don't care if this went on another 100 chapters. (though a swifter ending would be greatly appreciated).
... Last updated on July 2nd, 2012, 10:55pm
Its okay. I mean the story is FANTASTIC. BUT the one thing is the art. The isn't that great and its a let-down. Because you have such a good story-line but bad art. So I would reccomend this to somebody as long as they ignore the art.
To be honest I can´t decide whether or not to like this manga. It surely is different, seeing as the female lead is a girl who you think just jumped out of a horror movie. I really loved that. The fact, that this manga, even though being a shojo, seemed so much different from all the others I had read, so I was really excited at first. But this excitement soon ebbed away, because if there is a manga out there that deserves the term "too dragged out" it is this manga. I really tried to give this manga a try and the first few chapters were really amazing, but after a while I just couldn´t continue on. I started again and again, but there was a point were one just stopped reading, because it became so boring and seemed like any other adventure manga, where just nothing happened at all and it felt like the mangaka just kept on writing for the sake of doing something. When is it going to be finished? All in all this isn´t one of my favourites, the artwork is ok, but nothing really eyecatching. Still you should give it a try at least, because the story is different, funny and hilarious, while also teaching you something about tolerance.