1-nen A-gumi no Monster
The monster of 1st grade, class A.
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1-nen A-gumi no Monster

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English: The monster of 1st grade, class A.
Japanese: 1年A組のモンスター


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jan 27, 2018 to ?
Genre: Drama Drama
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Comic REX
Authors: Hideki (Story & Art)


Score: 6.511 (scored by 40924,092 users)
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Ranked: #126912
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Popularity: #1013
Members: 13,657
Favorites: 68

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A Private Girls' High is a special school nurturing young maidens to be graceful, delicate intellectuals. However Class 1-A, infamously known as the "Class of Monsters," is full of bullies, blackmailers, scheming sadists, and other trouble makers. Within a week, every teacher who has taught this class has either quit, resigned, or even been imprisoned.

The plain-looking Jimi Tarou shall carve out his name and become a legendary teacher.

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Hananaka, Momo
Tenjiku, Aoi
Akashi, Akira
Takayama, Kanoko
Sakaede, Shouta
Amari, Riko

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May 28, 2021
Edgerunner (All reviews)
It's just a juvenile highschool drama, with a rather dumb plot and characters that are too edgy. Main characters are super cool and super pretty and super evil. Plot development is primitive and story's shortcomings are covered with harem-like scenes.
Storyline focuses on dreadful bullying and violence.

Started off rather well actually, with a teacher having to rein in a problematic class. That's a classic trope, but deteriorated into romance, bullying, nobody-understands-me cringe pretty quickly.

Recommended for enthusiasts of grim, edgy highschool dramas with pretty girls, that don't require you to think a lot.

Also, this is not a comedy. There were only a few gags early on.
Jul 4, 2019
hallo1126 (All reviews)
In short, a masterpiece in the unfortunately very niche psychological thriller genre.

One of the few mangas where actually every action makes sense from each characters viewpoint.
Additionally, the author manages to keep it interesting throughout and not slow down by fillers. He is just getting more extreme with every chapter as the students try harder and harder to get rid of the teacher.

With only 15 chapters out as of the time of writing this, it has already crafted a rich backstory with the darker aspects of human psychology at its core.
This certainly is not for the usual target-group of mangas and many will simply not read more
May 28, 2019
NickAintNext (All reviews)
[Spoiler Free]

Story: Nothing amazing, but it's not bad either, watching this straight edge teacher put up with all these violent girls can be comedic, and sometimes dark. however he just keeps on teaching like it's not even happening.

Art: Not much to say about the art really, like the story it's not amazing, but not bad.

Character: The characters are actually decent, the students have a lot of personality however toxic it may be, the female teacher is always worried about the MC, and the MC doesn't care about anything but teaching.

Enjoyment: I've enjoyed the manga so far, I'm interested to see how the students who haven't read more
Nov 16, 2019
c0c0c0 (All reviews)
The hot chicks look like a harem. They are not a harem. The MC looks like a loser-kun. He is an educational ninja. The mean girls look evil. The ... well, yeah, they are pretty bad, but they have their own issues, so there's that. What I'm trying to get at is that this manga is a trope-buster. Just about everything is flipped from what you'd expect. And that is a very good thing.

The MC is a plain-looking self-proclaimed virgin and that set's the table for the biggest expectation subversion. As you read on, you find he is actually a smart, crafty professional. He is read more

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