Abe-kun ni Nerawaretemasu
Abe-kun's Got Me Now!
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Abe-kun ni Nerawaretemasu

Alternative Titles

English: Abe-kun's Got Me Now!
Japanese: 阿部くんに狙われてます


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 30, 2018 to ?
Genres: RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool
Authors: Iwai, Aki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Palcy


Score: N/A1 (scored by - users)
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Ranked: #210292
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #17216
Members: 435
Favorites: 6


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Nov 12, 2020
onepiecetrash (All reviews)

I have read way too much shoujo mangas and here's how to summarize this as of now: "a normal girl who gets confessed by a popular, muscular high school boy who is part of karate team." and also she's a tsundere. you could tell.

I really skipped 5 chapters because I already know what's going to happen. I love it. But this story will be more cliche if they add a rival. But in terms of the story, it's good. I like this kind of cliche or cringy anime/ manga love story. It's just too good. ART reminds me of 2011-2015 read more
Nov 25, 2020
whylime (All reviews)
TL;DR: it's a solid 5 across the board. If cliched and predictable shoujo manga is your thing, you can perhaps give this one a read.

Looks like it's time to do my civil duty of writing a review of a manga that no one else really cares about. And since I'm deep into my trashy shoujo phase, I've somehow ended up here. Enter, Abe-kun ni Nerawaretemasu. The most average of shojo you can find, chock full of cliches and messy anatomy.

So, let's talk about it. I've read my fair share of shojo manga, since I am in fact Sad, Single, and Lonely. But Abe-kun honestly read more
Feb 26, 2021
LadyAxeFace (All reviews)
Abe-kun's Got Me Now is about the titular Abe, a high school karate champion who's of course ripped, and his aggressive pursuit of his classmate Akari. This is the type of shoujo where the story is ultra thin and flimsy excuse for the fanservice du jour, which in this case seems to be abdominal muscles, and aggressive unwanted seduction.

Why is Abe so into Akari? Because they interacted all of one time. It's that ridiculously flimsy. When it comes to shoujo cliches, it has all the usual suspects lined up too: protecting her from harassers, kabe-don, hiding together in a futon. Even Akari's childhood friend read more