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Scene: The School Rooftop The hero (me, Junpei Manaka!) sneaks up to the roof to see the sunset. When he opens the door, he startles a mysterious beauty. She panics and runs away, but not before Junpei has caught sight of her adorable strawberry print panties...in EXTREME close-up. With that vision forever burned into his memory, Junpei embarks on a quest to find the girl, and the panties, of his dreams!
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Didn't really expect the ending
I have to admit, that i didn't see the ending will be like that but this manga give me a thing that i shouldn't decide things only from the beginning
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i personally like Aya with Manaka, since i think they have the same "aura" and i really like the way they "wishy washy thing", their undecided habit, and a lot of thing about Aya and Manaka
because i've read some spoiler, i can't really bring myself to read this manga from vol1 to 19, but i skip trough the end, just because my curiosity, and i don't think i'm gonna finish this manga. it really hard you know, when you wish about something, but it didn't happen (well, the world just happen to be like that)
but for those who want to read a good comedy/romance manga, i guarantee that you will be satisfied with this manga, JUST DON'T READ THE SPOILER YET, UNLESS YOU WANT BECOME LIKE ME, Unsatisfied, Uncomplete Read
... Last updated on December 11th, 2012, 5:26am
Still My Favorite
i've read a lot of mangas over the years and yet this one still manages to remain as my most favorite one. The characters of this story really just makes you feel connected to them. And i agree with dannyboy95 when he mentioned how we actually understand why each of the girls fall in love with the main character. Though i may be biased because this manga was among the first ive ever read.
In my opinion though the anime is better than the manga but they're both defiantly a 10. also because of this manga, i havent been able to read love hina which i feel (after reading a couple chapters of it) is not as good as this manga.
... Last updated on September 6th, 2012, 8:40pm
It has the typical Shounen ingredients; an indecisive protagonist, a love polygon, ecchi scenes in almost every chapter, dragging on forever, unnecessary drama, misunderstandings coming on over us out of the blue and so forth. I will not not deny this, and clichéd series like this can make for an enjoyable story, too, especially if the art is beautiful. HOWEVER what totally blew me away was the ending. It was unexpected and sweet! Junpei finally mans up and chooses his girl. I will not say which one. That is for you to find out. But I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by this turn of events. Not many Shounen mangaka are this spunky! Therefore, mostly because of the exceptional ending, a 9. If it had not been so good, I would have given this a much lower score.
... Last updated on March 7th, 2012, 7:29pm
Must read romantic manga.
I just had to register for Ichigo 100%. I read the manga back in 2005-2006 for the 1st few chapters and forgot about it until last week. So I went ahead and download every chapters (we don't have shop selling Ichigo 100% around here).
IMO, the ending is Perfect!! Although it did felt rushed, actually it was quite well done, considering the mid story moves pretty slow. Many questions were answered. It plays with readers emotions, absorbing us as we continue reading. Ichigo 100% is a masterpiece of romantic comedy manga. Read it whether you despise ecchi or not. Even without the tons of eechi scenes (except few that essential), Ichigo 100% could still pull it of and still rated as a masterpiece.
I also felt Ichigo 100% deserved to be a live action, a full high school romantic drama, without the ecchiness/fanservice, unless in certain scene where they are essential. I think it'll succeed and set pretty high benchmark, given only essentials scenes are filmed and follow 100% manga's storyline. Well, if I had the money, I would have gone to Kawashita-sensei with this drama proposal.
Seriously, whoever did rate this manga as at 1 or 2 or 3 or 4, should be kicked in their butt. I could only say this, (could be spoiler alert!!)
Spoiler (mouse over to view)
Ookusa create 82 accounts to ruin Manaka's life
. hahaha... XD
Recommendable to people who...
...prefers reading about a very indecisive protagonist who apparently can't decide upon several girls who he likes whose strong points often conflict with his love choices. It rather takes long to get to the point and often have scenes and conversations that have been rehashed from one chapter to the next tenth or so.. But, the ending surely does impress everyone and questions keep on coming!
this manga could become a head ache if u are not patient enough.There are many scenes which can be cut(majorly ECCHI).But story become pretty good after sometime.Ending is much more better though (actually i don't like the ending but it IS that i still remember almost the whole story)
Art is good (the type u'll need for an ecchi manga)
character growth is also pretty good.
an overall pretty good manga.
... Last updated on November 21st, 2010, 6:04am
I really liked this the first time. Its not a harem manga thats really funny, but some of the characters are really good. There are some really useless annoying characters, however. Its a good read because you really get emotionally attached with some of the characters, and its nice that Junpei has to choose a girl based on one's passions (cooking, movies, writing)... However, that means the girls that don't have any real interests in a career (Satsuki, Kozue) never had a shot with Junpei. That said, reading it the second time was painful. I skipped a lot of "pointless" chapters, and I was realizing more and more how unrealistic and annoying this manga was to read. All in all, I think this manga is worth reading at least once.
To all the haters, I actually liked the ending. I like slice of life endings where the girl who tried the hardest ultimately got the guy.
Good art and decent writing for the most part. Light ecchi scenes, especially compared to a lot of the stuff out now, but plentiful.
There was a lot of flip flopping going on in the story though and the main male is your arch-typical weakling popular with all the girls. There was a tendency to tack on additional characters that went nowhere to pad out the story. Some were fun. Most were forgettable.
All in all, this was a decent read. It began fun and silly and it slowly matured yet retained a sense of humor. The ending wasn't great but it wasn't terrible either and it ended organically. Compared to so many other series nowadays, that is pretty damn good.
The right ending.
I don't know how to do that spoiler thing, so if you haven't read the manga yet, don't read my comments. Take it for granted that the manga is awesome and come to your own conclusions.
That being said, I thought the ending was the best choice. I agree (along with tazman0208) that, given given the circumstance with Manaka and Toujo, that Nishino was the right choice for her perseverence. However, for me, even if Toujo gave Junpei some indication that she liked him, I still think Nishino is the best, for personal reasons, of course. But for me, the girl as discribed in Nishino's character is almost ideal. First, as already meantioned, she was loyal and dedicated to their relationship. Second, she was attentive to Junpei's needs and moods (even when he himself was not). Third, she wasn't afraid to talk about potential mixups (think v.9 after Junpei thought she was hugging the pasty guy). If it was Toujo, that would've been the end for them. Fourth, she had the right mix of aggressiveness/initiative and vulnerability (the 3-day "my own personal Junpei" trip). Fifth, she did things for Junpei's benefit without seeking recognition (first valentine's chocolate, breaking up with Junpei in the first place, which was a seriously mature move, can you see Satsuki doing that, despite whatever Junpei felt like?). Sixth, she was both cute (Toujo) and sexy (Satsuki). Seventh, she changed for junpei. Eighth, she had a more mature understanding of love, in that she tried to support Junpei without ever 1) trying to force him to follow her, or 2) trying to force herself to follow him. My final conclusion, Nishino was both the most realistic of the girls (v.18 where Nishino was insecure about her figure as compared to the other girls) and least realistic (if there is such a girl out there, let me know! I'd go for her in an instant!!!) I could refer to so many other moments which, litle by little, solidified my decision for Nishino (I love the confession on the pull-up bar in v.16).So Mizuki, you get 10/10 from me for the near-perfect ending (I agree and feel sorry for Satsuki).
No. #1 Harem! ^_^
This happened to be the 1st manga I actually finished and I immediately fell in love with it. Unlike in most harem romantic comedies, in Ichigo 100% character developments are a big deal. Of course there are the usual hilarious random moments but the series truly shines in the developments and of course the girls are a big deal. My best girls have to be Kozue and Satsuki because even though they are the underdogs, they're still plenty of fun. I've seen and read plenty of rom/coms and this has to be the best in the harem department. ^_^