Unoki, a boy who's been bullied since elementary school, ends up becoming an exclusive errand boy of the top delinquent of his school, Toramaru, who told him "Be mine" right after entering high school. But the truth is that Toramaru meant it as a confession of love!!
This is the beginning of a love misunderstanding between Toramaru, who thinks she's in a relationship, and Unoki, who think he's being bullied.
Although the premise of the story is not something particularly new, upon closer inspection the smaller nuances makes it a fun journey take part in. Characters and personalities are over-the-top and the misunderstandings are ridiculous.
Not too heavy in terms of drama so an enjoyably casual read if you're having a coffee or waiting for your bus. Though not smutty, the manga does offer some 'fan service' thru the character / costume design of particular characters. On the plus side, the only seemingly normal character (in appearance and person) is our main character Unoki.
I like the clean and modern-ish art style. The story takes place
in a 'normal' setting but Toramaru, the banchou, is over-the-top strong and intense despite her tiny stature (this is always a fun combination). Unoki plays the submissive character but luckily, he isn't annoyingly whiny or useless, he's very kind and makes you want to root for him.
Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san is fun and casual! That's what I want and need right now, so this fits me just right!
Personally, I would give this manga a 10/10, since it is one of my favorite manga. But if I were to write a honest review for other people, it would probably be a 8/10.
So this is the story about a guy who has always been bullied and the banchou(basically the leader of delinquents in the school). On the first day of school, the banchou proposed to this boy but having grown up in such environments, misunderstood it as if she wanted him to be her errand boy. The story basically begins after that. There isn't really much going on, just how they interact everyday at
school, holidays and the like.
This manga has some of the best arts I've ever seen. The characters designs are all so good looking, especially banchou, she's just so cute. Personal feelings aside, the art is just simple, but also great. Everything is easy to read, and there isn't tons of texts in every single panel.
Literally my favorite part of the show. The main character is such a nice guy, but also not like the other weak main characters you see in your typical harem/romance shows. He really just makes you feel like liking him. On the other hand, the bachou is also very cute, although she also can get really scary sometimes.
Watching the two main characters interact is really hilarious and interesting, I guess. In the end, it all depends on your taste in manga. If you don't like slice of life shows with no real plot, then you probably won't enjoy it. But if shows that are sad, depressing, or dark isn't really your thing, then you would probably enjoy it.
This manga is just one of my favorites. It doesn't really have a plot besides their daily interactions and sometimes a short 4-5 chapter story. It is something you should read after reading something depressing, or after a long day of work.