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Yandere Kanojo (Manga)

Yandere Kanojo

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Yan-Dere Kanojo, Yandere Girlfriend, Nekura Musume to Internet, Miss Gloomy and the Internet, Kinomiya Shoten: Kaiganji Ekimaeten
Japanese: ヤンデレ彼女


Type: Manga
Volumes: 17
Chapters: 157
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 21, 2008 to Apr 22, 2015
Authors: Shinobi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Gangan Joker


Score: 7.631 (scored by 2985 users)
Ranked: #23532
Popularity: #421
Members: 9,631
Favorites: 145
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Tanaka 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.

(Source: MU)

Included one-shots:
Volume 15: Nekura Musume to Internet (Miss Gloomy and the Internet)
Volume 16: Kinomiya Shoten: Kaiganji Ekimaeten


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Ryuuzaki, Reina
Ryuuzaki, Reina
Tanaka, Manabu
Tanaka, Manabu
Shiratori, Tsubasa
Shiratori, Tsubasa
Yoshimoto, Hijiri
Yoshimoto, Hijiri
Ryuuzaki, Kouichirou
Ryuuzaki, Kouichirou
Tanaka, Mayami
Tanaka, Mayami
Tanaka, Azuma
Tanaka, Azuma

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Jul 1, 2013
Firstly, this is to help wavering people to decide whether to read or not read this manga.
Secondly this will be to explain what's up with joker and online (versions of the manga).
Lastly, this is based on my personal experience, meaning I may be incorrect. Please feel free to correct me or give constructive criticism. thanks

To begin, I would like to say read joker before online or concurrently. Otherwise you would miss the introduction of many characters (it makes it a lot more confusing). Also, most online is the online version. However, simply reading the online version will still give you enough details to understand the read more
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Aug 14, 2010
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 read more
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May 30, 2013
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 read more
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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.  
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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. 
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Manga: Hana-kun to Koisuru Watashi
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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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. 
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Both had same story format with daily highschool romcom. Both have nice cute felling with the relationship between the character. One of the couple in Tsuzure have same character with Yandere Kanojo (a cute yankee girl and glasses guy) The difference is Tsuzure Children have more couple arc story than Yandere Kanojo. 
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