Iizuka Sono just transferred to a new school where the reigning oddballs have their own club called "BxB Brothers" ("B" for "Baka" = "Idiot"). According to them, you make your life meaningful by doing things out of the ordinary. While Kazuhisa and Kei aren\'t too selective about membership, Katsumi is -- so it\'s just the three of them... Until Sono strikes Katsumi as an admirably unusual person, and he coerces her into becoming a Brother! The more Sono learns about the Brothership and Katsumi, the more pride she takes in being a Brother, but being the only BxB Sister has its problems. Caught between the open affection of Kazuhisa and the reserved admiration of Katsumi (with Kei taking school-wide bets on the side), all while struggling to register the club officially, it\'s a BxB Triangle that constantly takes on new angles! (Source: ShoujoMagic)
BxB brothers had been on my "to read" list for a while. I am a real sucker for this type of story! Girl gets picked up by the cool/weird/exciting group of boys at school, and from there friendships/romances/adventures happen. Here, new girl transfers to a school, and ends up joining the Baka Brothers, who happen to be in cosplay this week. I came into it with.. not *hugh* expectations, but expecting laughs.
The problem is the characters. The plot is fine. The art is fine. The characters are well drawn, although two of the main characters look a little too similar for my liking (i.e. I couldn't tell them apart! but I think if you are paying a little more attention than me, that wouldn't be a problem). It is a cute style, totally in keeping with the story.
But! I dropped this at the first volume, and there is so much other stuff out there that I don't see myself picking it up again. I just didn't like the characters at all. The girl - she whines (I know, I know, typical shojo heroine). The boys are slightly more likable in their comicness but yeah. Major disappointment :-(
There is so much other stuff out there, that I have not continued reading it. Having said that though, I have read around, and there are people who REALLY like it, so if you want light and humourous, it may just be your cup of tea.read more
This manga was a reverse-harem(which I love). It has your usual comedy and romance. And as almost every harem there is a girl who is the center of all the boys attention and gets fought over.
The story was very well thought out, it would have been better if it didn't drag on. Like in almost every scenario Sono is about to confess but then something just happens and a competion comes along and someother sh#* happens. The story could have stopped around 50 chapters but going for 70 was like beating a dead horse. Also this is your typical reverse-harem story so don't except anyting else really(execpt for a cross-dresser, but those appear too).
The art wasn't as great as it was in the beginng as it was in the end. It gets a little better but still overall the art was nicely done.
The character for the most part were somewhat appalling aand appealing. I just hated the two main characters. Sono was rejected and got angry at Kuremura most of the time, yet she stilled stayed in love with him. Kuremura was rude, selfish and spoiled. Everytime Sono was with another he just became a b!#h and was sometimes so dense. Other than the two main characters I found everyone one else quite enjoyable. Kazuhisa, Kei, and Hikaru were really great characters, or maybe it was the bad two main leads that made them seem great.
I liked this manga in the beginning but after the 7th volume I sorta stop really reading this, but I continued. The only thing I really liked about this was the comedy and Hikura. I wouldn't really recommend this for anyone since it drags on too long but hey if you can get past the first 50 chapters and still have the moativation to read this, good for you. read more