Published: May 2009 to Nov 2009
Authors: Hara, Asumi (Story & Art)
Score: 7.341 (scored by 253 users)
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2 based on the top manga page.
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Jun 29, 2012
Who'd guess? It IS cliche! But there is something in this series that makes it a bit far more enjoyable and entertaining.
The shitty student council, from what the students call it, consists of five shining members. Although they're all five, only two main characters are given focus. Our main heroine tsubaki kiyoi, which is like an additional in the student council, can sense and read people's thoughts. On the other hand, our main hero, Sakurai seji, is a foul-mouthed, butt-kicking student council president. The other three members are supporting characters namely, Onaga sumire, the death staring vice president , Matsura junta, the calm and kind secretary, and last but NOT the least, our cute and carefree accountant, momoshiro yuu.
The characters are all great and different, and i'd say that my favorite character isn't a 'main' . I just can't keep on laughing at yuu-chan's epic expressions on really tough times. While the rest have those two-lined eyes with lots of vertical lines partnered above it, yuu-chan has those round curious eyes matched with a cat-mouth. Such a lovable, lovely character .
He's the reason why i LMAO in this series. You should try checking him out too on some hilarious moments.
The art isn't something to brag about. The proportions of the eyes and the body are sometimes not accurate, but it call still set the standards high. Motions aren't properly executed, but well done with the toning. Panelling and shading is great, and fits the theme nicely. It's not too dark, and not messy.
Another reason why i came to love this series is because of it's romantic ending.
Yes, romance fans, finally. You can now happily sigh while reading this.
There Is ROMANCE in this series, but is only shown in its ending part. Aww.
If you're expecting for some more skin-contact or lip-touching romance, well.. You can't have them here. The type of romance in this series is the pure and sweet one.
To sum it all up, this fun-filled, half-wacky series delivers a well-made storyline, nicely done art and panelling, hilarious and comedic scenes, great set of characters with different personalities, dashed with some drama in it's climax, and a pint of tingly , innocent romance in its ending. read more