Ranked #2855

Sekai no Hate de Aimashou (Manga)

Sekai no Hate de Aimashou

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Sekainohate de Ai mashou, Sekainohate de Aimashou
Japanese: 世界の果てで愛ましょう


Type: Manga
Volumes: 8
Chapters: 50
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 27, 2008 to May 27, 2013
Authors: Takeda, Sun (Story & Art)
Serialization: Dengeki Maoh


Score: 7.551 (scored by 1158 users)
Ranked: #28552
Popularity: #2028
Members: 2,627
Favorites: 27
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The general plot of the story is that a boy (yes, "he" is a boy) saved a man from outer space and the man turned the boy into a girl by using some kind of alien technology and force "her" to be his wife. Who's the boy? He's a normal high school student who looks like a girl and is liked by his brother. Who's the man? He's the prince of several kingdoms of the universe.

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Nov 29, 2011
I'm usually not into this type of gender bender manga. First off, I usually like it if it's (guy-->girl) x girl. So then the reason why I liked this may lie with the presentation more than anything else. It also has to do with the character. He is always doing the chores of other. (Usually stereotypical women's work the men don't want to do.) He is tread on and the girls have no interest in him from the beginning. Also as much as the main character doesn't want to get married to a man, she (Now she at this point.) never says anything read more
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May 7, 2014
This one took me by surprise. I was originally drawn in by the art but stayed for the story. I will admit that the comedy drives me crazy, as it's focused around Ryoma's denial and aggression towards Prince, however, I just love the slow building romance, the drama around selfless sacrifice, the characters, the art, and just everything else!

Even though the comedy annoys me, it IS the main focus of the manga. Most events are based around Ryouma fighting with the Prince or some ecchi-filled-nonsense. The ecchi is fuel for the comedy but Ryouma irked me. She is so stubborn and annoying as she rejects read more
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May 12, 2010
I stumbled across this manga on one of the sites and it quickly became a fave.

What makes this so good ,is its masterful story telling and pacing.Its not by any means, the most unique or original story , far from it. However its strength lies in what it does right, it does very very well.

The artwork , is excellent as is the attention to detail.The right amount of echiness is also appreciated using it as a means to spin the tale not an excuse to read more
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Nov 20, 2015
This manga was much, much better than I thought it was going to be. First off, I'm not one for gender bender stories so I almost passed this one over, but I read the one-shot story and got intrigued by it so started reading the series properly. The comedy in the early chapters is pretty good, but also somewhat predictable considering the setting - however somewhere along the line the tone of the series changes from a regular gag manga into a much more serious and interesting manga due to a variety of sub-plots that get introduced.

To me, this is where "Sekai No Hate de read more
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Manga: Boku Girl
How could they not be similar?! Both are stories about a boy who is turned into a girl by some fantasy element: in "Boku Girl", it's from a bored God. In "Sekainohate de Aimashou", it's from a Alien Prince.

Both involve a lot of panty shots and ecchi scenes with the now girls learning how to dress, act, bath and be women. Most of the panels are questionable actions of either falling on top of people, accidental gropings, gusts of wind flashing underwear, clothing being ripped, bathhouse scenes, etc, all fuel for the nose-bleeds.

While "Sekainohate de Aimashou" has more of a story,  read more 
reportRecommended by pennyiscute
Manga: Nyotai-ka.
Both of the main Male characters turn into girls 
reportRecommended by AkatsukiUlquiora
Manga: Guardian Dog
I guess the whole school life and aliens thing struck me as simuliar~
Other then that and the art these two mangas are pretty different yet they kinda have the same feel to them~~
"Sekainohate de Aimashou" has more comedy though :P 
reportRecommended by Faisa_Dragon
Manga: Ichinensei ni Nacchattara
Both are gender bender manga, with a primary focus on comedy. Both are guy turn into girl, but in Ichinensei ni Nacchattara the guy turns into an elementary school girl, and features slice-of-life. Sekainohate de Aimashou is more outside normal life. 
reportRecommended by Dunkjoe

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