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Mousou Telepathy

Mousou Telepathy

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Synonyms: Delusion Telepathy, Moutele
Japanese: 妄想テレパシー


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Feb 9, 2016 to ?
Authors: NOBEL (Story & Art)
Serialization: twi4


Score: 7.631 (scored by 5673 users)
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Ranked: #27322
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One would think that the ability to read minds would be incredible, but for Ayako Nakano, it is an involuntary power she wishes she never had. Being exposed to the harsh thoughts of others is one thing, but knowing what people want of her has made it difficult to act on her free will. Having quickly learned that revealing her power would alienate her from her peers, she keeps her abilities a secret, deciding that it is better to stay isolated and keep them hidden. Gloomy and friendless as a result of her power, Nakano is set to begin her final year of high school alone, as always.

This changes when she meets Hayato Toda. Though virtually expressionless, Toda is a popular student, and Nakano is puzzled to discover that he has an intense crush on her. Yet, his thoughts reveal something more: he has lewd, perverted fantasies of her nearly every minute of the day, which Nakano now has to suffer through on a daily basis. Even so, Nakano soon finds herself becoming a part of his group of friends, thrusting her into her very first foray into friendship and romance.

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Mar 8, 2017
Gekkouta (All reviews)
Equal parts adorable and funny, Mousou Telepathy is ostensibly about a telepathic introvert named Ayako and her interactions with the upstandingly popular Hayato who has nothing but indecent daydreams about her nonstop. Along for the ride is Hayato's childhood friend and admirer, Manami, who despite her bitchy first impressions, ends up blossoming into a great character and Ayako's first friend.

While the art is certainly plain yet undeniably adorable, I have to compliment the use of colour exclusively to illustrate the inner thoughts of characters. It does a very on-the-nose job of showing how colourful, expressive, and different people can be on the inside despite whatever read more
Sep 19, 2017
Craze-King (All reviews)
The balance of lewd images together with cute character development and the finding of love ... you think you've seen it all... holdup XD

Mousou Telepathy has reached a new level. The mangaka embraced the cliché over used high-school setting that we love to see and created a relatable comedy that we all wish was true. Lets face it anyone would like to read minds especially to find out what lewd teens actually think about their crushes. It combines the shonen fan service with an adorable high school search for love and to top that off a bit of the classic supernatural power. What makes this read more
Feb 5, 2017
gureum (All reviews)
First Review here, so please bear with me.

As the title suggests, protagonist Nakaho-san holds the one power everyone has thought of having at least once: telepathy.

Unfortunately, it's more of a curse than a power, as she is forced to hear the true feelings of those around her while they put up false smiles and compliments. This has caused her to become timid and quiet in school, and she's pretty much a loner. But what happens when the coolest guy in class actually has an insane crush on her and constantly has erotic fantasies about her?

Story: 7/10
The idea of a main character having a power read more
Aug 29, 2018
Salieri_Hiyajo (All reviews)
The plot of Mousou Telepathy follows a whole bunch of clichés and tropes, yet it manages to use this setting to its advantage to setup the main plot point that drives the story. Ayako Nakano can’t read minds, as the synopsis would have you believe: she hears what people think. It’s this fundamental difference that establishes everything in Mousou Telepathy, and the concept is used very well. It’s not overused, and it follows a very specific set of rules that breathes originality into the ‘mind reading ability’. Furthermore, it’s a 4-koma style manga and its really easy to read in heaps, or to pick it read more


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