Synonyms: Fight Ippatsu Juuden-Chan, Charger Girl Ju-den Chan
Published: Nov 26, 2005 to Oct 26, 2013
Authors: Ditama, Bow (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Gum
Score: 6.971 (scored by 172 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
The story is great; not awsome, but great. The story goes a girl named Plug Cryostat and works for a parallel universe company that has people secretly revitalize(or basically gives you energy) to people in our world who are emotionally stressed(but nobody in our world can see these people and go through walls and stuff). Due to the fact of how careless she is. She's always in danger of getting her salary cut every time she does something careless. One day while going through peoples house, a teenage boy named Sento Oumi sees her coming through the wall and hits her with a baseball bat. As the story goes a long, Plug saves Sentos' dad from commiting suicide and seems to become friends from that moment on with others joing the fun in this manga.
The art is not all in detail or anything of that matter, but it's also not bad to be put lower than a 7, so giving it an 8 seems to be the right choice to give the art of Bow Ditama. Even so the art is not that great, the story makes up for that little flaw.
The characters of this story fit really great for this story as Plug and Sento always seem to some really awsome times in this manga, and with the help of the character Arrester Blanket(another main character that you'll figure out in either the first or the second chapter) really helps in the long fun of this manga.
The first few chapters really don't pull you in as much, but down the road while getting to the end of the manga really helps the enjoyment push to a 9. So don't give up on this manga in the first few chapters.
Overall this is a great manga to read for a short while. While t may be a short cut-off manga, it's a great manga to sit down on a calm day and read. Don't just take my word, go and read the manga.