Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
From now on we begin ethics.
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Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.

Alternative Titles

English: From now on we begin ethics.
Japanese: ここは今から倫理です。


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Oct 26, 2016 to ?
Genres: SchoolSchool, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Amase, Shiori (Story & Art)
Serialization: Grand Jump Premium


Score: 8.281 (scored by 22772,277 users)
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Ranked: #2852
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Popularity: #1791
Members: 6,778
Favorites: 238


Episodical storytelling about a cool teacher that takes on problem children in his class and helps them with somehow unconventional methods. 
reportRecommended by abystoma2
Reading them feels like reading a philosophy book, and that's a good thing! Both includes main character who likes to question every actions and decisions, looking at them through ethical and philosophical point of view. "There isn't a correct answer, just a long discussion" is what basically sums up most about what's inside the manga. It makes you think while reading, but in a fun way! 
reportRecommended by katastrofikal
Both are in a dramatic school setting. Both Dr. Frost and Takayanagi are knowledgeable in their respective subjects. Even though Dr. Frost studies psychology and Takayanagi studies philosophy, the ways that they problem solve for individual cases give off similar vibes. Dr. Frost is more logical, while Takayanagi is more emotional, however both use expert-like reasoning in order to help their "patients" reach a peace of mind. Also, both characters can often give off a "cold" vibe, as they may seem insensitive in order to deliver concise advice. 
reportRecommended by anim3y
-Both deal with a teacher "cold hearted" trying to help his students in studies and things of life; -Both have a teacher acting like a "superhero" or "badass", in realistic way; -Both have students girls trying to seduce the teacher; -Both have very importants life lessons; -"Koko wa ima kara rinri desu" is usually more serious, "1-nen a-gumi no monster" has some commedy here and there; -Both have some ecchi; 
reportRecommended by Jayhard
Both feature a protagonist that's not the main focus. The protagonist is there to shed light on themes related to society, philosophy, justice, ethics, etc. where auxilary, episodic characters exist to portray certain stereotypes or tropes. Both in Kino no Tabi and Ethics, the main character usually doesn't take a side, but rather raises questions and lets others, as well as the reader, to decide what to think about that. 
reportRecommended by Eonir
They are similar in a sense where they're both teachers helping students with their problems. Koko wa ima kara rinir desu Just deals with more deeper topics than hammer session Truly an underrated manga.  
reportRecommended by rising_hero