The Latency Period of Love
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Japanese: 恋心♥センプク中
English: The Latency Period of Love
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 4
Status: Finished
Published: Not available
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shoujo Shoujo
Serialization: Sho-Comi
Authors: Shiumi, Saki (Story & Art)


Score: 7.381 (scored by 14161,416 users)
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Ranked: #38892
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Popularity: #6862
Members: 2,605
Favorites: 4
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There are seven love charms that are circulated at Ayase Academy. Trusting those, Ritsuka believes that she will have a wonderful boyfriend. However, Kuze-kun, who's super scary and infamous at school, keeps getting in her way... Will Ritsuka find the love of her destiny?!

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Jan 3, 2011
A four chapter manga that I found fairly cute. It stars Ritsuka, a bubbly but not very bright girl who wants to find love and believes strongly in the love legends at her school.

Overall, the story is okay. It's pretty basic and nothing new from most shoujo I've read before. Had the typical falling onto the boy and embarrassing panties being shown moments, etc. A few cute moments, but overall mostly the same thats been done before.

The art is good. Its the same ol' shoujo that I've seen time and time again, but I never get tired of it. I love shoujo art styles ...
Feb 21, 2022
Using lots of tropes and cliches in your story is not inherently bad. The problem lies when the tropes ARE your story: you can't just write a series of cliche scenes for the sake of it and fill in the blanks with story. This is the problem with Koigokoro Senpukuchuu. Instead of having its cliche, cheesy, generic shoujo scenes for the purpose of elevating what the manga already had story and character-wise, it feels as if the author put a bunch of classic shoujo tropes in a hat, pulled out several, and half-assedly wrote a story around them. Even what's supposed to be the main ...

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