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From Viz: At first glance, Nina Sakura seems like a typical teenage girl. However, she's actually a transfer student from a witch school! Now enrolled in a Japanese middle school, Nina is hoping to improve her grades, make some friends, and practice love spells on her unsuspecting new classmates.
Shy Ayu Tateishi has just made a new friend at school. But this new friend, much to her surprise, is no ordinary classmate. Nina Sakura may look like a normal middle school girl, but she's got a big secret. She's a witch. Or, rather, she's studying to be a witch. And apparently, she's not doing her homework. Her spells are devastating in their ineffectiveness and often result in the most embarrassing situations for poor Ayu. But things wouldn't be so bad if Nina's sorcery didn't make Ayu look silly in front of the one boy she secretly adores. All she wants is a simple love potion. What she gets, however, is a new best friend who almost flunked out of witch school!
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Not terribly boring but if you're not a shoujo fan give this a pass.
I don't know what to say of this manga. I felt it has a bit of a childish theme to the story which I do not like. Because of this, I decided to discontinue reading this manga. It's not of my taste. Sometimes in the future, I might revisit the manga once more.
I like the manga more than the anime. Nice to read @_@
i think its good, but not as good as mint na bokura, thts just the best manga by wataru yoshizumi i was really disappointed in the anime though, theyve made up those stupid holy stones which was just utterly useless
i love it!!! its really good!
The thing that I love the most about this manga is the character Nina. She's very adorable, the way she tries to help everyone by using her magic. It's a cute story. It's not amazing, but good enough for an 8. For those who want an uplifting manga, read Ultra Maniac. For some it might be slightly childish, but I think it's one of those "good for everyone."