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Asa Made Jugyou Chu!

Asa Made Jugyou Chu!

Alternative Titles

English: See Me After Class
Japanese: 朝まで授業Chu!

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 49
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 27, 2008 to Nov 27, 2015
Authors: Ohta, Akiyoshi (Story), Munyuu (Art)
Serialization: Comic Alive

Statistics

Score: 7.021 (scored by 2369 users)
1 indicates a weighted score
Ranked: #83962
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #766
Members: 6,714
Favorites: 59

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Volumes: /4
Chapters: /49

Synopsis

Kagami Yuuki has managed to become a scholarship student in a high-class high school. Unfortunately, thanks to his gender-ambiguous name, the teacher Kakinozaki Ayana has registered him as a girl! It's apparently an uncorrectable mistake, so now Yuuki must live in the girl's dormitory of his new (co-ed) high school.

At least Ayana's willing to take responsibility for her mistake; she volunteers to be his roommate. As one would guess, he and Ayana must make sure none of the other girls in the dorm find out he's actually a boy. Therefore, except for when he's in his classes, Yuuki has to cross-dress, or else both he and his teacher will be kicked out of the school and dorm!

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Background

Asa Made Jugyou Chu! was published in English as See Me After Class by Project-H since January 30, 2013.

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Characters

Kakinozaka, Ayana
Kakinozaka, Ayana
Main
Takabane, Risa
Takabane, Risa
Main
Kagami, Yuuki
Kagami, Yuuki
Main
Benpouin, Patricia
Benpouin, Patricia
Supporting
Shirakawa, Kotomi
Shirakawa, Kotomi
Supporting

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Akaelda
Jul 2, 2012
This extremely ecchi series had me laughing from the very first page and going back and forth from chuckling pretty hard to blushing frequently. The story itself is so ridiculous that it lends itself to being funny on that merit alone. Most of the time I found myself saying, “this is absurd!” but that’s what made the story all the more entertaining.

Artwork is quite good, but paneling can be confusing in some parts and I found myself reading a page over again once I discovered the flow of thought so that conversations made more sense. Everything was crisp and character detail was something I expect read more
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