Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san
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Pashiri na Boku to Koisuru Banchou-san

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Japanese: パシリな僕と恋する番長さん


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Dec 19, 2017 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Authors: Kashima, Ui (Story & Art)
Serialization: Young Ace UP


Score: 7.341 (scored by 42254,225 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #38222
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #839
Members: 13,154
Favorites: 156
Ranked #3822Popularity #839Members 13,154
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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.

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Aug 21, 2018
rmqel (All reviews)
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 read more
Apr 21, 2020
MAND4 (All reviews)
Another manga derailed by the curse of popularity.

There's a strange paradox in terms of the stories I tend to enjoy -- I look forward to them having more chapters, yet, almost without exception, they tend to go down the hay-hell along the line. The niche ones get axed early on and leave a lot to be desired, yet the ones that become popular tend to way-overstay their welcome, and end up leaving even more to be desired.

Banchou-san falls in the latter category -- it became popular, and, as is the case in the manga world, when some work becomes popular, author will do read more
May 7, 2019
j_sxas (All reviews)
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 read more

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