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Boku no Watashi no Yusha Gaku (Manga)

Boku no Watashi no Yusha Gaku

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Our Hero Studies
Japanese: ぼくのわたしの勇者学


Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 66
Status: Finished
Published: May 2007 to Aug 2008
Authors: Asou, Shuichi (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Jump (Weekly)


Score: 6.721 (scored by 64 users)
Ranked: #103572
Popularity: #12654
Members: 245
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A mysterious "transfer student" shows up in a peaceful classroom at Holy Lance Academy. Their teacher announces that he is quitting because he won the summer jumbo lottery and continuing to teach would be stupid, much to the disgust and surprise of the students. It's suddenly revealed that the weird new student is actually their new homeroom teacher, Haganeno Ken, who wastes no time in saying that he is a hero.


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