Miniamaru Kareshi
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Miniamaru Kareshi

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Japanese: みにあまる彼氏


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 20, 2018 to ?
Genres: RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShoujoShoujo
Authors: Hoshino, Mizuki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Margaret


Score: 6.851 (scored by 456456 users)
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Ranked: #92262
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Popularity: #6778
Members: 1,836
Favorites: 15


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Jan 12, 2020
LadyAxeFace (All reviews)
I think only those with very particular tastes are likely to enjoy Miniamaru Kareshi. There's really no two ways about it, Kusakabe is a literal stalker, even going so far as to secretly follow his new girlfriend Iroha on a social outing to which he wasn't invited. I'm really not into this kind of thing, so the only details that make it at all palatable to me is that the manga is written in such a way that it clearly recognizes how this behavior is creepy, and that Iroha as far as I have read, says she's okay with it (though I suspect it may read more
Feb 11, 2021
mangadonburi (All reviews)
This is the best shoujo manga I have read in a dang while. This is not your typical shoujo manga, the male MC has a super strong personality of what we call unapologetically obsessive and possessive. He is smart, good looking, and knows damn well he is a "heavy" person. It can be, and is scary at times. He meets this girl who is a novice at dating, and don't blame her if she cant read red flags. Don't say she is super dense, you have to understand this is a 16-year old, sheltered, inexperienced girl we are talking about. Don't bring your logic in read more
Jan 17, 2021
goldfishies (All reviews)
I liked the dynamic between the two leads. Their characters/personas were somewhat unique. The interactions between them were unique, sweet, and heart-warming. It had stereotypical elements of a shoujo (kabedon, etc.) but the author clearly wasn't afraid to deviate from the norm and depict their romance in a more creative and intimate manner. I loved how the female protagonist wasn't afraid to initiate such moments.

I really, really loved the art. It was cute and clean. The artist depicted the dramatic and sweet moments and emotional expressions so well.

The story started off so well, but began to go downhill. It had so much potential! However, read more