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Strawberry Panic (Manga)

Strawberry Panic

Alternative Titles

English: Strawberry Panic
Japanese: ストロベリー・パニック


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 14
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 30, 2005 to Dec 28, 2006
Genres: Drama, Romance, Yuri
Authors: Kimino, Sakurako (Story), Takumi na Muchi (Art)
Serialization: Dengeki G's magazine


Score: 7.391 (scored by 2226 users)
Ranked: N/A2
Popularity: #1204
Members: 4,201
Favorites: 115
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The setting is lush Astraea Hill, where three famous all-girls schools are built. It's the first day of school, and the cherry blossoms are scattering to the ground. Nagisa meets Hanazono Shizuma, the top student in the school, and her breath is taken away by her beauty. But when Shizuma takes a liking to Nagisa, love and chaos soon follow...

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Nov 27, 2013
Strawberry Panic is, in a strange sort of way, like Naruto. It's the most popular in it's genre, and even if you've never read either of them, you know they exist and their basic concept. However, the important thing I'm getting to here is that they are both overrated and suck. As this is just a review for Strawberry Panic, it is now time to drop the topic of Naruto and move on.

Story: 5. Simple story that is executed poorly.
The story of Strawberry Panic is fairly simple and nothing special; a transfer student moves into an all-girls highschool full of- you guessed it- lesbians. read more
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Sep 16, 2009
Okay, let's be honest right up front. You aren't reading this for the story. You aren't reading this for the deep characterization. You're reading this for the myriad of schoolgirls in a world seemingly devoid of a Y chromosome who fawn over one another like dogs in heat. That said, for the bite-sized morsel of a manga Strawberry Panic! is, few yuri manga come as decadent as this one.

However, decadence leads to overkill, and when you have not one, but two plain transfer students sought after by the goddesses of their respective schools, you know you're straddling the line between overkill and parody. In fact, read more
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Manga: Blue Friend
Both are really good shoujo-ai manga. 
reportRecommended by xUsotsukiHana
Manga: Kashimashi: Girl Meets Girl
While Kashimashi ~Girl Meets Girl~ has slightly weaker writing than Strawberry Panic, it contains a similarly emphasized yuri element. Kashimashi starts out with a focus slightly more on gender bending, and then evolves into a what I feel is a very sweet yuri love story, similar to Strawberry Panic. 
reportRecommended by eisei

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