Hirose Goushi has a huge sister complex. So huge, he moves from his home town to Tokyo to attend Myouzen University in order to escape it!
Three years later, Goushi's little sister Noa shows up and informs him that she's taking the Myouzen University entrance exam and that she will be moving in if she passed. Little does Goushi know, she has a similarly large (if not larger) brother complex.
Read as Goushi attempts to hide his feelings for his sister, while she purposefully sets him up for failure.
The story of oniichan control revolves around Hirose Goushi, who over the years has developed a massive sister complex for his little sister, Noa. This leads him to do the responsible thing, and move out his hometown to Tokyo, so he can avoid the temptation and not hurt his sister, or himself. A couple of years pass, with him still not having gotten over his sister complex, then one day, Noa comes to live with him. It turns out they’ll be going to the college together. It’s then revealed that Noa has an even bigger brother complex, and is somewhat of
a yandere, who bugs his phone and sets up spy cameras all over his apartment. Basically, what the plot comes down to is Goushi trying to not fuck Noa, while she tries to set him up for failure.
First impressions: So, another rom-com, fan service story. I wonder how this’ll turn out.
Most of the chapters pretty much involve the same “slice of nothing happens” and ecchi hijinx. When you get down to it, there isn't much I can comment on. When it comes to this series, it's just batshit insane. I guess the ride was fun and it was kinda interesting to see where it went. In all honesty though, the entire story was just a meme.
The main character for once wasn't a high school student, so college student for the win I guess. Other than that, he’s pretty much bland as toast. The side characters were also pretty one-dimensional, but they’re a little different than what you’d normally get with this type of setup. For example, you’ve got the creepy otaku, the mangaka and the yandere little sister.
The artwork in general is all right, especially for the backgrounds, but the art style was very generic. One thing I did like about the artwork, was when the little sister went into yandere mode and it gave off this somewhat creepy vibe. I also kinda liked the character designs, but that’s probably cause they reminded me of chibi vampire, which was done by the same mangaka.
Now, if you think that I enjoyed reading this manga because of story and characters, then you’d be wrong. The reason I was enjoying it was mostly because of the fanservice. I also enjoyed the fact that it’s pretty easy to find what’s wrong with it and just how easy it was to read.
Conclusion: Oniichan control is overall one of those stories where if you like it, you like it and if you hate it, then you want to set it on fire and watch it burn. If you like really crazy and over the top shit, then you’ll probably like it.
Special credit to my unpaid and slightly pissed script editor, Lonecrit.
Hirose Goushi is a perverted young man. He lusts after his own sister, and to get over it and hoping to pursue an acceptable life, he moves away from her and tries to live a pure life. Yet, his pure and innocent little sister ends up catching up and living with him again as they are going to nearby universities, much to his horror. How can he possibly prey on his cute, innocent and naive little sister? He must be the most disgusting kind of pervert on Earth, he thinks.
However, his "cute and innocent" little sister Noa is
not as innocent as she may seem.
Playing the role of a loli, cute, innocent young girl to gain his brother's attention and love, Noa is actually highly intelligent, mature and a complete and utter yandere. His obsession with Goushi is downright maniacal and even homicidal, and for the sake of his love she hides her true nature away from him.
Another incest manga? Where haven't we've seen this before? Oniichan control is as generic as they come, but is still pretty damn enjoyable.
Story is bland as ever, a college student, goushi hirose who is in love with his sister, now has to live together with his imouto, noa hirose who also is in love with her brother. There's not much to look for in this manga expect for the occasional panty/breast shots, and humorous satire. Art is pretty, backgrounds are filled with detail and characters are predictable. Overall your reading oniichan control for the comedy alone, fan service is bleak, and hope we see
an anime or ova of the manga in the future!
Imagine a devious little sister, a bit malice, always bending the rules to get what she wants. Now imagine the rules of society and morality being the rules she bends, and imagine she wants to fuck you...wait. Yup.
That's the story.
A cute little Yandere bends and twists the rules to sexually arose her brother on a daily basis, allowing him accidental upskirt views, or nip slips, so on.
I find this pretty cute, just based on the hillarious supporting characters and cirumstances. The fact that the sister is an actual capable human being who's manipulating her brother into thinking she's
a 'cutie wootie little loli' is great.
If you can't take this as an extreme comedy, don't read it.