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Houou Gakuen Misoragumi  
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From Aerandria Scans:

Kei is a girl who's only interested in other girls! However, tricked by her mother, she enrolled in an all boys school, thinking that she'd be able to make her high school debut at a co-ed school. To normal girls, being surrounded with hot guys at an all boys school might be heaven, but to Kei, this is hell! What is Kei to do at this place without any other girls, where she has to try her best to keep her real identity a secret?!


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Associated Names
โรงเรียนป่วน ก๊วน MiSORA
Beautiful Skies of Houou High
Houou Gakuen Misora-gumi
Houou High School Misoragumi
Lớp học Misora

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Latest Release(s)
v.4 c.20 by Wild*Hope over 6 years ago
v.4 c.19 by Wild*Hope over 6 years ago
v.2 c.12 by Aerandria Scans over 6 years ago
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Status in Country of Origin
4 Volumes (Complete)

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User Rating
Average: 7.5 / 10.0 (469 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.44 / 10.0
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Last Updated
May 4th 2017, 10:27am PST



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Comic Blade Avarus (Mag Garden)

Licensed (in English)

English Publisher
DMP (volume 1: print discontinued due to homophobia complaints; volumes 2-4: digital; complete)

Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #511 increased(+186)
Monthly Pos #1083 increased(+39)
3 Month Pos #1289 increased(+33)
6 Month Pos #1429 decreased(-31)

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DON'T pass this up!   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Mantoki
July 18th, 2009, 5:15pm
People are being much too serious, what matters is that this manga is very entertaining and really does live up to it's - COMEDY genre, unlike many of the other mangas that fall under that category but end up disgracing the very name.

If you're reading manga then this is something that you must read - period.
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Rating: N/A
by 7 sins
May 4th, 2009, 4:17pm
I love the art it's cute, but I could go without the barfing and puking. This manga is pretty funny i guess. It made me laugh a couple of times and I'm really picky about comedy manga, but not much.
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Interesting comments   
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
by justlooking
May 3rd, 2009, 7:09pm
Wow. Some people are really getting worked up over Kei...I don't really mind her (then again I'm not gay and I'm basically neutral in the gay rights argument). It's hilarious and that makes it at least a 5 in my book. I'll also give it points for art. The plot's alright. I think there's a deeper reason to her lesbianism than just guy-aversion. I think something might have happened to her...but that's just me. It's interesting enough to keep reading, so I'll give this an 8.

That's only for now though! My opinion is still forming. Like many others, I have to see how this develops before I make final judgement.

To all you gay advocates hissing at this series, don't be so pessimistic. If she DOES fall for a guy, it doesn't necessarily mean she has to give up her preference for girls. There is such a thing as people who swing both ways. You people are the rigid hard-heads out there, thinking someone has to be one or the other.

... Last updated on May 3rd, 2009, 7:14pm
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Rating: N/A
by Fryvil
April 22nd, 2009, 7:19am
She'll most likely fall for some guy, seeing that the series is marked romance, but not shojo ai(or something like that)...
At least that's what I think, anyway..
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Will wait and see.   
Rating: N/A
by LexXxich
April 21st, 2009, 11:40am
Two chapters don't really strike me as "funny". Though I'll wait with judgement until I read full first volume. But you know, if it'll not change in the slightest, or more, will have main heroine hook up with a guy, it'd make some very disturbing implications. Like "use of "shock therapy", psychological torture and Stockholm syndrome can "cure" homosexuals". Not really nice message, if you ask me.
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How funny.   
Rating: N/A
by purehappiness
February 9th, 2009, 3:00pm
I laughed so hard at the first chapter. And as for the mother, she is pretty narrow minded, but I view her as a plot device. I mean, the mangaka has to have a reason to throw her heroine into an all boy's school instead of the reasons that are already being used, to make this manga stand out more. It also eliminates the need of the normal circumstances that normally happen in these "Girl pretends to be boy in all boy's school" manga, such as the parent/sibling coming over to check in and then get enraged and surprised, the hero being in shock that the heroine is actually a girl, etc.
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But it doesn't mean that the mother isn't in the wrong or anything, or is it all her fault. The idea to enroll Kei into the school was Yui. But yes, it's the mother's fault that she agreed to it.

Also note that Japan's acceptance of homosexuality can be negative. And same sex marriages aren't allowed there. [offtopic] Not that I have anything against being gay. Hey, if you're gay, it's okay. [/offtopic] But this is a manga I'm most likely going to remember, not like those shoujos that irritate me so much with excessive whining and running away. At least the heroine is facing her problem. This is just the first chapter though.
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Very Good~   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by CatzCradle
January 25th, 2009, 2:52pm
Personally, I don't really care about all that homosexuality 'controversy'. I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm support gay rights and etc. But this is just MANGA and I just want to enjoy it without all those things interfering. I also can't help but suspect that her being a lesbian is kinda just to parody other genderbenders-1 girl- boy's school type of stories.

But I digress.

Anyway back to about this series, as a genderbender , I think this is a very good and funny portrayal. I like how this is kinda a parody with the way it makes fun of older genderbenders (where a girl forced to go to an all boy's school) and the logical reactions the characters have. I also like how the main character actually looks like a male bishounen and is totally into girls, as well as her interactions with all the other strange and wacky (can I say YANDERE? XD) characters, which all makes series way more fun.
Overall, a very good read.

(in fact, you can kinda see this as a straight-version of [m]Mariaholic[/m] at a boy's school, albeit the main character is still a lesbian. XD )

... Last updated on March 9th, 2009, 7:55pm
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Great manga.   
Rating: 10.0 / 10.0
by Overvice
January 25th, 2009, 12:27pm
Great manga, story is funny enough and art is awesome.
Rare you can see manga that deals with mentally ill homosexual tendencies. Most coincider this deviation as "normal" and try to pass this troublesome aspect.
Giving 10\10.
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Hard to judge on one chapter...   
Rating: N/A
by rindtron
January 25th, 2009, 8:31am
I'd keep on reading it. It is funny and not enough has happened to figure wheter or not is is worth a read. Plus a couple more charatcers seem to need an introduction... Art-wise it's good and the expressions and background are really well done. There is not one dull panel.

--Everything below can be referenced to what was said in the previous comments.

I'm not sure yet that the manga treats homosexuality as an illness. (As 27raven said.) The only character so far who does treat it like that is the mother. However, she is depicted as irresponsible, coercive, bitchy and self-centered and we aren't positioned to take her opinion very seriously. There is obviously something wrong and small minded in how she is forces her child to conform to her views. I'm not sure if the mother's flaws will be dealt with but her sheer disregard of anyone but herself makes her quite a dislikable and repulsive character. But who knows - the mother may have more depth than she seems to now. (ch01 pg9)

So don't judge the manga quite yet. Her views aren't the heart of the manga.

As x0mbiec0rp said, it is unhealthy for the protagonist to want to faint and vomit in the mere prescence of males. Though she prefer girls, her aversion to boys is a bit too excessive as she completely refuses to interact with them. (Just sitting in the classroom - [thought] "Argh, damn you boys! Don't get close to me!")

We aren't positioned to completely support the main charatcer either - though she has the right values (eg. what she told Yui when talking about Yajin Hospital) and clearly isn't stupid, she is a little weak willed and she tends to avoid her problems. She too has some problems to deal with.

So beyond her orientation, I think (or I hope, at least) that we'll see some growth in her character at the school (despite how wrong it was of her mother to force such a thing onto her daughter).

... Last updated on January 25th, 2009, 8:41am
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I must play the devil's advocate   
Rating: N/A
by x0mbiec0rp
January 24th, 2009, 4:42pm
Within the story it is indicated that the daughter has an inborn prejudice to males. This IS a negative condition. It's extremely negative, causing her to vomit and faint. This is not natural, nor a healthy psychological state. This is also probably the cause of her lesbianism, rather than an actual preference towards females.

Also notable is that the mother, a character in the manga, is allowed to be as prejudice as the author wishes. This does not necessarily reflect upon the author, but just upon the character herself. In the story she is even recognized as a selfish bitch, looked upon with contempt and slight distrust by the protagonist. The story does not glorify her opinion.

And as for review, this manga has a protaganist who reminds me of Tamaki from Ouran Host High. The strength of the characters leads me to believe that the manga will be humorous, and although some elements might seem distasteful, with a critical analysis one can see that it's not so heinous as some might express. As for a full review, I'd have to wait for more chapters to appear.
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