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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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What the heck... this is actually really funny
This manga is reaaally good. All the things the people here said are true. Get past the first 3-4 chapters, and you'll fall in love with this manga easily. There're lots of action, great art, hilarious dialogue, and tons of silliness and outrageous antics to entertain you from start to finish.
Beware though, some characters takes a few chapters to grow on you, so don't start hating and complaining before to get to know them. I didn't much like Adachi, myself, when I first started reading this. As of now, though, she's one of the most likable oddball I've ever met. I don't think there is a single character I don't like in this manga.
... Last updated on October 29th, 2009, 8:55am
Its great and is getting better!
the manga is really funny as everyone has already quoted several times now xD
also the main female lead is really PrettY without her glasses and her hair undone (chapter 9) and the male lead is not bad looking either in other words-good art and great comedy
also, the story seems to get deeper now so for those who think its just slap-stack comedy, you may be wrong
anyway for a person who has gone through hundreds of romances, comedies, and shounens, this series is really great!!!
The story starts off with the main guy sitting on a toilet and this random girl showing up above the toilet stall.. in the men's bathroom. Priceless.
The comedy is fabulous without being total gag; it's well-done and fits the story perfectly. The development of the main character is clearly seen throughout the whole story; it is really cool to see him change over time. The main girl goes through some change too, but not quite as much. In fact, all the characters develop at least a little in the story.
I'm a big fan of Hiro Mashima, mangaka of Fairy Tail & Rave Master, and this mangaka worked with him, so it's a personal big plus. ^^
If you like school life, lots of comedy, good art, a little bit of delinquent action, and just a fun read to pass time, I highly recommend Yanki-kun to Megane-chan.
edit: what I wrote above is still true; however, that ending... was really disappointing. Part of it wrapped up nicely but the other half just kinda.. sunk. It doesn't make much sense why the mangaka went this direction. :/ Still a well-developed character with the main guy though.
... Last updated on June 17th, 2014, 9:44am
Loving the storyline
I decided to give this a try after reading Angel Densetsu and oh my goodness, I spendtthis whole week reading through this manga. It is so addicting and I really love each and every character. I love the plot, the concept, and the character's back story. I am hoping there will be more background info on Hana Adachi, because I really love her character and back story. I cannot wait for the rest of the series to be scanlated <3
Some nice high school manga. Being a fan of deliquents in general, made this one even more enjoyable. The only downside of this manga are the last 2 volumes. In short, the ending just sucks. I expected better and was gravely disappointed. Well, up to vol 20/21 it's a good read and I can recommend it.
crashing down to the ground
I was hoping for a sad yet inspiring ending now that adachi disappeared. unfortunately, years of building up a great solid story came crashing down, crumbled in ruins, all because of that bad ending... so bad that I have to go to a psychologist to get rid of what I've just read. GOD KILL ME NOW! I'm so very disappointed to Miki Yoshikawa right now... I hope Yamada-kun to 7-nin no majo doesn't get the same treatment....
lmao, I can't stop laughing when I think about this series. VERY cute and funny, with amazing likable characters. I just love Shinigawa so much, the poor guy... and Adachi, she's so stupid but she's sooo funny and awesome. I can't wait for their relationship to become... more defined!!! And for Adachi to reveal her past a lil more. Like, she HAS to be not as clueless as she looks, right...? Anyway, great manga, I can't see why anyone wouldn't like it.
Funny and original
This manga deserves a chance, respect, and praise. It's so funny and atypical.
People who find the girl annoying are missing the point or looking for something that isn't there. Maybe they want a straight forward, bland girl. We're not privy to her thoughts, which isn't unusual in a love story, except that the comedy is at the fore front so it doesn't feel like a love story(which is a good thing).
It works as a comedy and the two main characters really work. This manga should be finding all sorts of success and it sucks it isn't(yet).
... Last updated on June 24th, 2009, 8:49pm
It takes abit of getting into and only really gets good after the other characters start appearing. But it is a shame that the focus had switched for Adachi and Shinagawa to just really on Shinagawa. It's just less interesting having it just focus on Shinagawa.
It's a masterpiece of highschool manga, don't you know?
If you haven't read this already and you enjoy high school manga, you shouldn't hesitate. The beginning starts off a bit slowly but as you meet the full cast, the story gets good quickly.
The theme of the story seems to be outsiders learning what it means to have friends, but there's nothing forced, nothing cheesy. The humor is from the situations, and the theme comes from the situations. There is nothing forced, and nothing preachy. The author isn't trying to talk about the benefits of friendship, but it's a theme that stays behind the laughter and the drama throughout the book.