Ranked #1002
D-Frag! (Manga)


Alternative Titles

English: D-Frag!
Synonyms: D-Fragments!
Japanese: ディーふらぐ!


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 27, 2008 to ?
Authors: Haruno, Tomoya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Alive


Score: 7.991 (scored by 1845 users)
Ranked: #10022
Popularity: #614
Members: 5,718
Favorites: 235
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

My Info

Popular Tags

No tags found


Kazama Kenji likes to believe he is something of a delinquent. Moreover, others seem to like to agree that he is. Of course, Kenji's gang finds their way to a group of four not-so-normal girls—Chitose, Sakura, Minami and Roka—and all at once, whatever reputation he may have is nothing compared to the outrageous behavior of the girls. Shanghaied into joining their club, what will happen to his everyday life from that point on?

(Source: MU)

Related Manga

Adaptation: D-Frag! OVA, D-Frag!


Karasuyama, Chitose
Kazama, Kenji
Mizukami, Sakura
Shibasaki, Roka
 Mob Child
Mob Child

Write a review | More reviewsReviews

Aug 15, 2013
“…and this guy, the leader of…of…” “That’d be… Uhhh…Mm? Hmm…?” “My name is Kazama Kenji!! Remember that!!” “You just said the Kazama Gang!!”

D-Fragments is a comedy manga based around manzai. For those less familiar with Japanese culture, manzai is a type of stand-up comedy in Japan which revolves around two performers: a tsukkomi (straight man) and a boke (funny man). The boke creates a funny situation using misinterpretation or forgetfulness and it’s the tsukkomi’s job to butt in and correct him. Most of the jokes made are based on misunderstandings, puns and other verbal gags.

Kazama Kenji, a wannabe delinquent with ego to spare, inherits read more
I found this review Helpful  Not Helpful
Aug 19, 2013
Story: 9
While this manga isn't a heavily story-driven piece of art like FMA or the likes, it's very episodic and highlights the story (or even lack thereof) in mini arcs. The randomness of the stories and adventures that the characters are filled with hilarity on every single panel, and so far it's made me laugh as much as Gintama and Nichijou...which is saying a lot on my part.

Art: 8
The art is very good, but not the best...but in this type of manga the art isn't the main selling point. It's good as it is, and the environments are clearly drawn and the characters all have read more
I found this review Helpful  Not Helpful

User Recommendations

both are WAYYYY too similar.
-both MC's are delinquent-type characters and are treated as such. their personalities are similar as well. quite likable MC's.
-both have to deal with a number of messed in the head type girls
-both are the tsukkomi (straight man) while almost literally everyone else is a boke (idiot)
-the female MC is probably the most weirdest and dangerous out of all the other girls (in many different ways~)
-both have a tsundere that ACTUALLY a tsundere, not a b----, so their actually quite likable, and I think their the fan favourites as well.
-you will laugh, a lot actually when you read this.
A tsukomi MC surrounded by a bunch of dumb characters. Same kind of situations, same kind of humor.

Recent News

Ninth Special Edition Volume of D-Frag! Manga to Include New OVA ( 1 2 )
25 replies by Tengai »»
03-25-14, 9:53 AM
Manga 'D-Frag!' to Get TV Anime Adaptation ( 1 2 3 4 )
71 replies by deezet34 »»
11-26-13, 12:51 AM

Recent Forum Discussion

Poll: D-Frag! Chapter 60 Discussion
7 replies by DeAnimation »»
08-03-14, 7:46 AM
Poll: D-Frag! Chapter 59 Discussion
6 replies by ZeroZx »»
07-16-14, 3:16 PM

Related Clubs

►English Licensed Manga Club - PART 1◄, D-Frag Creator's Club (Temp), Delinquents Unite!, Harem Club

More Users | My FriendsRecent Updates by Users

External Links

Official Site, MangaUpdates, Wikipedia
Help     FAQ     About     Contact     Terms     Privacy     AdChoices