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Ai Kora (Manga)

Ai Kora

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Synonyms: Love & Collage
Japanese: あいこら


Type: Manga
Volumes: 12
Chapters: 120
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 6, 2005 to Feb 6, 2008
Authors: Inoue, Kazurou (Story & Art)
Serialization: Shounen Sunday


Score: 7.861 (scored by 5389 users)
Ranked: #14622
Popularity: #338
Members: 9,138
Favorites: 320
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comedy ecchi harem romance


Maeda Hachibei is peculiar, because, when most males lusting after gorgeous females, he instead lusts after discrete parts. When he relocates to Tokyo to attend school, he finds himself living in a dormitory with five females, each possessing a distinct ideal physical trait he desires: gorgeous blue eyes, bullet-train breasts, a deep dulcet voice, and straight "anime-esque" legs. Can he manage to keep his wits when these women surround him? Although you would not be completely incorrect if you believe this is like Love Hina… Hachibei is no Keitaro. (Source: Musashi Quality)
Vol.12 contains the oneshot "The Boy Who Heard Too Much", written before Inoue Kazurou was a serialised mangaka. It was later reworked into the basis for 'Heat Wave'.


Maeda, Hachibe
Ootori, Kirino
Tenmaku, Sakurako
Tsukino, Yukari
Aburazaka, Seishirou
Ameyagi, Tsubame
Kikuno, Haiji

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Apr 20, 2011
The beloved is the ultimate fetish. (Mason Cooley)


This series focuses around the daily life of Maeda Hachibei, a pervert who idolizes ‘Parts Love’.

There’s a big misconception among anime/manga fans that a pervert is someone with extreme sexual desire or fantasies. In truth being a pervert means to think, act and follow the paths which are opposite to the normal standards set the world. Having weird/abnormal sexual tastes and desires indeed comes in that but it is not only limited to that.

In a sense ‘Parts Love’ is a perverted thing and in another sense it is not.

Parts Love is a common norm among teenagers. The read more
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Jan 1, 2008

Hilarious Parts
by radiantfire

For this review, I'll be analysing Ai Kora. It is by Inoue Kazurou who is probably most known as the author of Midori no Hibi. At the time of this writing, I have read 58 chapters of this manga.

Ai Kora revolves around Hachibe Maeda and his endless attempts to glorify his favourite parts. It is a creative attempt on the world of fetishes and takes the notion of "objectifying women" to another level. Each chapter is episodic, in that, they often highlight a particular fetish being promoted. In this sense, those who enjoy short quick shots of romance and comedy will definitely enjoy read more
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Both protagonists are in essentially identical situations, where the main character are nearly clones of their counterparts in the series. They have the same behaviour, reactions, and similar appearance to the character(s) in the other series. Love Hina is probably more ecchi, but that's not saying Ai Kora isn't ecchi at all.
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Both series' comic foundation is oftentimes delivered by the various mishaps caused by perverted male protagonists.

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