Synonyms: Kampfer, Kenpufer
Published: Feb 27, 2008 to Jun 27, 2013
Serialization: Comic Alive
Score: 7.301 (scored by 1878 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.
Aug 12, 2011
The plot itself is a great idea; not the most original but very interesting. The author has such a good plot to work with but the story isn't told very well in the manga series. I don't know about the novel but the author and the artist could have most definitely portrayed the story in a much better alternative. The story itself is not interesting but the idea of how people fight and disappear when they meet a plushie is a idea.
The art is great, the girls in the characters are so appealing to the eye. Especially in the point of view of a guy. This manga is a great ecchi manga, the artist draws the scenes so well. The characters are cute and attractive, alongside that the drawings seem to have a soft touch to it to make it even cuter. The artist may not be the greatest but definitely has talent when it comes to ecchi scenes.
The characters that are in this story are kind of boring, it lacks originality. You can find these kind of characters virtually in any manga series nowadays. Although, I find that characters are not that significant in this story, because this type of manga series is the type that just action but mainly ecchi. Most echhi manga does not require a strong character built.
The enjoyment could have much higher if only the story and the art intertwined better with more chemistry together. I feel that the manga would have done much better if this manga was more serious like a seinen with a realistic drawing style.
The main reason I read this manga is because the artwork is quite something. I'ts enjoyable to watch the drawings and how the story unfolds.
The work has yet to finish publishing and I'd very much like to know how the story will end. This work has potential to make an amazing ending leaving readers feel satisfied. read more
Jun 21, 2009
The premise looks like something out of the gender-bending manga/anime of the 90s, but the execution of it is rather ham-fisted.
In short a bunch of people turn into girls (with different personalities if they are already a girl) in order to fight and gain different powers as a result of the transformation.
The main character is caught up in this mess, but so far the manga has spent more time explaining the rule system than it has developing its characters, and has as a result floundered a bit.
This may be because they are trying too hard to fit in the exposition from the novels, but for whatever reason, I'm not liking the adaptation. read more