Reaction to the latest chapters by Avelys.
Having returned to college after a year long break, Hong Sul, a hard-working over-achiever, inadvertently got on the wrong side of a suspiciously perfect senior named Yoo Jung. From then on, her life took a turn for the worse – and Sul was almost certain it was all Jung’s doing. So why is he suddenly […]
The one who has came for me is, a prince from the land of fairy tail. A dreamlike romance everyday at school with the prince! Type: Manga Volumes: ? Chapters: ? Status: Publishing Published: Apr 13, 2015 to ? Authors: Mikimoto, Rin (Story & Art) Serialization: Bessatsu Friend Genres: Romance, School, Shoujo Links: MAL | […]
I couldn’t help but feel a deja vu when I read this manga. I wonder if it’s trying to ride the success of Hirunaka although this one has a blonde sensei and dark haired Mamura (who’s not shy). We have a country girl who under certain (very forced) circumstances, is now living in the big city. She bumps into a mysterious guy who cheers her up and discovers he goes to her school–but who is he? You guessed it! He’s a teacher! LOL. Okay, “counselor”. But setting the cliches aside, I’m wondering how it will develop.
One is a delinquent-looking pervert, the other is a halaguro yandere. Place them together. This is their daily comedy school life. Type: Manga Volumes: ? Chapters: ? Status: Publishing Published: Jan 24, 2014 to ? Genres: Comedy, Romance, School, Shoujo, Slice of Life Authors: Yoshikawa, Yumi (Story & Art) Serialization: LaLa Melody Online Links: […]
My first impression of the cover was that this was going to be a yaoi. Then I saw it was a shoujo. Since there are bishies, I immediately started reading. Yes, those are the best reasons for starting a manga!
Now, to the story. I really liked how this was from the perspective of these two cute boys. Instead of it being from the girl’s perspective. The characters themselves seem pretty funny and charismatic. I don’t think they break any stereotypes but the fact that it’s from their perspective really makes this engaging. The little twist at the end was nice and unexpected. I’m excited to read more. Really good first impression.