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Stop!! Hibari-kun!  
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Type
Manga

Related Series
N/A

Associated Names
ストップ!! ひばりくん!
ストップ!! ひばりくん! プールサイドはドキドキ

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Latest Release(s)
v.3 c.Extras (end) by Hachimitsu Scans over 5 years ago
v.3 c.52-53 by Hachimitsu Scans over 5 years ago
v.3 c.50-51 by Hachimitsu Scans over 5 years ago
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Status
in Country of Origin
4 Volumes (Shueisha, Complete)
3 Volumes (Kanzenban, Futabasha)
2 Volumes (Bunkoban, Futabasha)
2 Volumes (Bunkoban, Homesha)
3 Volumes (Kanzenban, Shogakukan Creative)

Completely Scanlated?
Yes

Anime Start/End Chapter
Starts at Vol 1, Ch 1

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User Rating
Average: 7.3 / 10.0 (69 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.07 / 10.0
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Last Updated
January 17th 2018, 8:18am PST


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Year
1981

Original Publisher
Futabasha (1991)
Homesha (2004)
Shogakukan Creative (2009)
Shueisha (1981)

Serialized In (magazine)

Licensed (in English)
No

English Publisher
N/A

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #667 increased(+176)
Monthly Pos #1621 increased(+269)
3 Month Pos #2591 increased(+553)
6 Month Pos #4183 decreased(-175)
Year Pos #5177 decreased(-331)

List Stats
On 240 reading lists
On 242 wish lists
On 185 completed lists
On 9 unfinished lists
On 131 custom lists

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funny!  
by whitespade
May 14th, 2015, 10:08am
Rating: 9.0 / 10.0
this manga, which is created about 35 years ago, is very very progressive. i dont believe relationship between two guys will fly well today in a shonen magazine! side characters probably, but not the mains. back then even showing boobs is nothing, as well as shooting meth, but i supposed its also because of the highly cartoony art. though it did get cancelled, to be able to go for so long is kinda incredible. especially paired with the highly obnoxious author insertions. i find the manga funny, but quite a few times the author talk too much about themselves, and put some highly unfunny reference jokes.

since its cancelled, we can imagine any ending we want, so thats a plus!
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Conflicting feelings, but still progressive  
by Maxy B
January 7th, 2013, 11:48pm
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
Stop!! Hibari-kun! is an odd gem, being both incredibly progressive for trans characters in manga and also more than a little bit insulting towards them. See, Hibari's considered a point of hilarity in that she behaves as she does and looks like she does while being a boy, and is treated with disdain by her family for being sick in the head or what have you. This is the perception of outside characters towards her. But in herself Hibari is presented as not only incredibly beautiful, but confident in her identity and unwilling to compromise. I think on this level Hisashi knew what he was doing, trying to have the best of both worlds, creating jokes around how Hibari's identity affects others, but making sure to never make it that what Hibari is should actually be considered as wrong. And for a series from the 1980s that's INSANELY good. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn close.
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Adorable  
by akari_mizunashi
May 17th, 2009, 8:52pm
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
I watched the anime first, being introduced to it by the fact that its theme song is a sort of small meme. It's really cute and funny, but I thought it was disappointing that, despite falling in love with hir at first sight, Kohsuka completely drops his feelings the moment he finds out Hibari's a boy. I also really didn't like how Hibari's family considered him sick in the head and were always trying to get him to change, but this is 1980s Japan for you. A cute read if you're not going to look too hard into it.
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