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Harem End  
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Associated Names
ハーレムエンド

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Latest Release(s)
c.8 (end) by Simple Scans over 4 years ago
c.7 by Simple Scans over 5 years ago
c.6 + Extras 4-5 by Simple Scans over 5 years ago
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in Country of Origin
1 Volume (Complete)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

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Average: 6.3 / 10.0 (58 votes)
Bayesian Average: 6.42 / 10.0
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Last Updated
March 10th 2018, 11:49pm PST


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Year
2012

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Licensed (in English)
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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #543 increased(+123)
Monthly Pos #1404 increased(+109)
3 Month Pos #1995 increased(+696)
6 Month Pos #3841 increased(+210)
Year Pos #5283 increased(+651)

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On 124 wish lists
On 157 completed lists
On 8 unfinished lists
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If you came here...  
by calstine
August 16th, 2015, 7:22am
Rating: 8.1 / 10.0
...expecting anything other than a complete and utter deconstruction of the harem genre, then I suggest you walk away right now. Harem End is a brutal, unique, no-holds-barred black comedy which shows you that if a bunch of hot girls suddenly show interest in an all-round mediocre character like the standard shounen lead, then romance is probably the last thing on any of their minds. Hilarious.

The other stories are similarly gory-outrageous-funny, unusual, and completely cliché-free. If you don't have any tolerance for gore you probably won't enjoy this book, but I disagree with the general consensus that you have to be an ero-guro fan to enjoy Kago Shintaro's works. If the tried-and-true horror tropes are boring you, I very much recommend giving this -- as well as his other non-H manga -- a go.

... Last updated on November 24th, 2015, 7:13am
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absolutely terrible  
by fattypneumonia
August 13th, 2015, 3:01pm
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The whole thing is awful, except for a few frames with some very angry Japanese faces. That, and one bundled extra story about a detective who, after being captures, laments the loss of the seven great detective tools she keeps in her vagina. That phrase and the sex-ed diagram of a cross-section of a vagina will never leave me for the rest of my life. It inspires me to create my own seven great detective tools. The main manga is best sped through without reading.
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plot twists galore!  
by whitespade
June 19th, 2014, 6:22pm
Rating: 8.6 / 10.0
the ending is just awesome. i think any gore fans will love this madcap manga about killer girls and killer animators. the detailed explanation on how to dispose off body and how to make stop motion using dead bodies is the best part, i can see the love and care sensei put on them.
great manga!
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Dark but entertaining satire  
by Venatius
December 6th, 2013, 11:26pm
Rating: 7.0 / 10.0
This little two-parter consists of two extremely cynical and (needless to say if you know the author) bizarre short stories. The first revolves around a brief, grotesque (though astoundingly tame by the standards of the author) subversion of the harem anime/manga genre. The second part is a little more vague in its exact intention, but aims a satirical lens at the career arc of idol/seiyuu Hirano Aya (through a similarly-named facsimile, of course), Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magika, and a few other anime series. While the first half seems more of an outright critique, it's a little hard to pin down the point, if any, of the second, other than putting a comedy/horror spin on some wholesome anime-culture icons. It's not all as overtly weird and fractally structed as most Shintaro Kago manga, but has a sharper satirical edge. It's reasonably good parody though, as long as one has a sense of humor about the targets thereof (and about gore and general horror).
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