Synonyms: Yan-Dere Kanojo, Yandere Girlfriend
Published: Jun 21, 2008 to Apr 22, 2015
Score: 7.691 (scored by 2072 users)
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SynopsisTanaka Manabu is a geeky student, on the way to school he meets a girl carrying a bloody bat. That girl is Ryuuzaki Reina, leader of the school's female delinquents. It's love at first sight. A gag manga (with a combination of 4-koma and normal page) about having a yandere girlfriend.
This is one of the best mangas for passing time. Overall it's a 7.5.
[Note : This review is for Yandere Kanojo (Joker) as well as Yandere Kanojo (Online) since both are really the same]
Those who don't know, this is Yandere Kanojo (Joker) which features in some magazine. The other comes online (although now both are available online). I'll tell the difference ahead.
So Yandere Kanojo doesn't have much of a plot really, but thats not important. It's a 4 koma manga with many normal pages in between. There is no separate story in each 4 koma, they are all related in that chapter, so it doesn't make a difference really.
Yandere Kanojo is a really good gag manga and hilarious sometimes. Full of gags, and sometimes normal jokes, and sometimes lame ones....so lame that even the characters mention how lame jokes the author can make! The characters can be very funny. Stating obvious cliches and all. So it's really good for those who enjoy gags.
There is a story involved here too but it moves rather slowly.
The characters develop slowly too. First only the protagonist girl and guy are present but later more characters are introduced and soon become main characters. But the story is not of much importance in Yandere Kanojo
So this geeky glasses guy and the deliquint girl have a love at first sight under the cherry blossom trees (cliche!) and so they start dating but secretly or the deliquint girl will ruin her image. Aaaaannd thats it! Thats the main story atleast. When the other characters develop, the story gets developed along with them.
Where i am reading currently, the story has just began to evolve and complicate, so at this point i can't say much.
Difference between Joker and Online :
Like i said before, they are really the same. The gags in both are hilarious. The main plot is all the same but it's ''sub-stories'' which leads to the main story are different and are not included in each other. Every charachter other than the main are introduced at different times in a different manner.
Don't keep reading serious mangas all the time...read a little gags too sometimes ^_^
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First things first. This is my first review, so don't send me to hell if it goes bad.
I advise you to not skip any parts that seem boring, or to read it hurriedly just because it's long.
This is a pretty underrated manga, but I'd say it's definitely worth reading. "Don't lose faith!"
Also, this review is completely based on MY opinion. I know that sounds obvious, but many forget that just because a reviewer likes a manga and praises it, that doesn't mean it'll necessarily be as good as the damned reviewer said. Again, please don't send me to hell if you read my humble review, decide to check the manga out and then dislike it.
If you've read Onidere, you might think "Bleh, this is just a copy of it - why read it anyways?" If you do think that way, then you need to be told this:
This is a thousand times better than damned Onidere. GO READ IT ALREADY. :D
(Once again, this is just what you should do in MY opinion.)
If you do check it out, then I'd suggest reading it at Mangafox. Other sites are often missing the omakes, you see. And if you do read it at Mangafox, chapter 0 probably comes from a one-shot, so don't be confused.
Whatever, now to the review itself.
A) Story: That earns a 6, sorry. I didn't feel it was that original, to be honest - Maybe because I was one of those that read Onidere first - but it still didn't get me tired.
I don't want to keep comparing mangas (we have the recommendations already), so trying to see this one as an individual and non-inspired one: The story keeps you hooked.
..Nothing else to say.
(Why would I say anything else, if you only wanted to know that anyways?)
B) Art: 9. Am I the only one that thinks everything is designed perfectly? Some of the covers don't look that nice, but i find Reina just too cute when dressed as a "girly-girl", and the way Manabu reminds me of the two-faced hero from Ai no/wo Utai something (except Manabu is better), and.. Well if I were to describe everything I'd take your sweet time.
(But beware, for I shall take all opportunities to do that in the Character Section. Bwahahaha.)
Just know this: This manga's art really fits the story and characters, contributing to that "10" I put on Enjoyment.
C) Character: 9 as well. Am I too overprotective of mangas and characters I like? Perhaps. The point is, ALL characters are likable in this manga (IMO again), and they all get the right amount of character development. There's no confusing who the main characters are, but you can't forget the side ones either.
Well, except for the one-or-two-appearances-only characters, but when they do appear the manga usually leaves it clear what they are: Characters that no one will remember. So it's ok.
Again, I was going to be happy and describe all characters here and all, but then I read the Review Tips/Guidelines. It said:
• Try your very best to not write any spoilers.
So yea, I'll let you figure out how the characters are on your own. But rest assured, you are not being decieved if you believe they all will captivate you on their own way.
..Or not. Again, this is MY opinion. Don't send me to hell if you feel decieved.
[ALERT: BORING MONOLOGUE PART. DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU DON'T WANT TO.]
But then again, I'm pretty sure you won't end up feeling that way.
But maybe our opinions differ too much? But I don't see how you could dislike those characters. But can I understand how the others would feel? But..
D) Enjoyment: 10. High rating is high, I know, but I just love this manga. The way the art and characters and story are connected is just great. I'm not saying "you can see that all events are connected in the story" - What I'm saying is that EVERY element of the manga is connected with each other, no matter how much that single element displeases you. Even if you don't find one of the elements good, what makes you enjoy the manga is exactly the sum of all of them.
..All I have to say, again. I feel like I'm reading too much into it, so yea.
E) Overall: 8. Why 8 if it sounded like I liked this manga so much, you ask?
That is because no matter how much I liked it, it still DOES disappoint me in the fact that is was probably heavily inspired by Onidere. The similarities are too great, and Onidere began getting published before Yandere, too - But Onidere doesn't really have that thing that makes you ask for more, if you get what I mean. So even if this is supposed to be just a "parody-ish manga that was made with the intention of surpassing the original", rest assured - Because it DOES surpass the "original", and by far.
The Review Tips and Guidelines say:
• Be sure to tell us the reasons for WHY you liked or disliked this anime or manga.
And I'll say - If you still don't get it, re-read my review. Especially the Enjoyment part.
Now, onto more boring stuff.
You may be asking, "WHY THE HELL ARE YOU COMPARING IT SO MUCH TO ANOTHER MANGA?" That is because the comparing part was NEEDED for who already read Onidere. You have no idea of how much those people complain.
Sorry if the damn review was so damn long, but this damn reviewer got too absorbed on it. Damn me, huh? But don't send me to hell.
Another question: "IF YOU FOUND THE MONOLOGUE PART BORING TOO, THEN HOW COME YOU STILL INCLUDED IT?" Calm down, and don't send me to hell. I just thought that if I kept that on, the reader might understand a bit of how I feel, and then end up not sending me to hell. (Or even better, he might be able to interpretate the review and then take his own conclusions correctly!) Capische? ^^
To the ones that said "hell, are you finished already?" and yawned, I'll say:
It's F*KIN COMPREHENSIVE, AND NOT LONG. :D
Sorry if you found this review offensive in any way. If you did, be assured that it wasn't meant to offend anyone or anything - I was merely expressing my humble opinion, in the hope that it would help anyone.
The sentence above was meant to be a mini-joke. Sorry if it sounded stupid.
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both contain a delinquent girl who has to keep there relationship with a normal boy a secret or ruin there delinquent pride which causes comedy to ensue
It's almost exactly the same, 4koma setup, blonde, aggressive girl with a deredere side dates a mild-mannered average joe. Onidere does focus on side characters more but Yandere has more d'awww moments between the main couple.
This is pretty much the same. A nerdy kid with glasses dates a leader of a delinquent gang. The boys get repeatedly beat up by the girls because they don't know how to express their feelings. There's a lot more similarities but I don't need to go that far into details.
Both series are romantic comedies with rough, "violent" girls and a quieter, "gentler" guy. The main couples in both series each have secrets they do not want revealed to others and they will sometimes go to ridiculous (hilarious) lengths to keep them. In both of these series, the main couples get together fairly quickly and the series revolves around the development of their relationships (and those of their friends) afterwards.
If you want a nice romance with a slice-of-life feel and comedy all around, then I would recommend both of them.
While both series follow different premises, they take place in a familiar environment in the modern ages. The main female character also has a side that they don't want others to discover.
While both series retain comedy, Horimiya does have some drama and a slice of life tone that is adapted fairly lighthearted with relationship building. Recommended for fans of comedy and drama.
- The main couple wants to hide their relationship from other people in the start of the story because the difference of their personality.
- Both manga also has similar feeling. Although they are romance manga, they are not angsty. The stories are generally simple, heartwarming, and light-hearted.
- The couples also balanced. The point of view changed from the male and the female, and the characters complete each other.
Both manga are about a girl delinquent. In Oresama Teacher the female protagonist is trying to hide her delinquent past while in Yandere Kanojo Reina is trying to hide her relationship with Tanaka. Don't be fooled by the shoujo genre of oresama teacher, it seems much more shounen. There's a bunch fighting, and it's hilarious.
Both series involves a bit of delinquency in their themes. Nonetheless, the main female character tries to put up a poker face in front of others but often finds circumstances where it becomes nerve wrecking to do so. The setting of both series also takes place at school setting which involves various events. While there isn't that much fighting present in either series, there's a decent amount of drama; do take note that Oresama Teacher has a more story oriented plot while Yandere Kanojo focuses more on comedy.
Taking place in a school life setting, Yandere Kanojo and Waratte! uses humorous gags and themes to present their characters. The main female protagonist is viewed by many as a 'delinquent' although their real personality can be quite innocent when around different people. The relationship they have with others evokes a range of reactions. Both series has a lot of comedy so be prepared for a fun ride.
Romance comedy slice of life with a female delinquent in Yandere Kanojo is and male in Hana-kun is male.
School settings and both could be labeled "Fast Romance" with Yandere focusing slightly more on the comedy and its seinen and Hana-Kun mostly on the romance and its shoujo.
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