Yearning for of the world of erotic novels, Shiina Keisuke triumphantly joins the business as an editor. The author he yearns to work with is Kuroki Chihiro, however everyone is afraid of her because she is a devil to work for.
3 types of mangas exist. Good, crap and mediocre. Kanojo wa Kannou Shousetsuka falls into the mediocre category.
The artwork is pretty good. It's nice and clean, easy to understand what's happening with a quick glance (unlike some manga's artwork that leaves u gobsmacked to what's happening even after staring at it for 60 seconds).
Story is so-so, not interesting, a bit of suspense, and really no plot twists (as far as the first 40 chapters is concerned)
So that leaves the character devlopment to be the judging factor of whether its entertaining or not. Basically the below summarises the first 40 chapters.
First ten chapters will
make you expect some good character development
Next 20 will leave you craving for more character development that it has yet to adequately provide. The stalemate continues.
Next ten chapters will basically give u a quick, rushed, unrealistic character development of the heroine.
Last fifteen chapters, I've no idea cos it hasnt been translated yet. Doesn't matter though, this manga is mediocre enough to go in my dropped list.
Well, when I started reading Kanojo wa Kannou Shousetsuka I just couldn't find the stop button because I just wanted to know what was going to happen next! The story doesn't really boast a main plot like most story out there but what really got me hooked with the manga was the romance. The author kept it straight to the point and didn't rushed things when it came to the romantic development between our main characters but he did rushed the ending though according to me! But still it was really an enjoyable manga to read and I would love
to seem such kind of romance again in the future.
Well, it's pretty rare to find a manga or even anime where the main romance is between an Older Female and a Younger male character. We do have anime like Onegai Teacher which I really loved but it was way too simple to my taste and then maybe the popular Manhwa by Lim Dal Young (Unbalance X Unbalance) which was awesome. But Kanojo wa Kannou Shousetsuka is pretty similar to Koimoku written by Lim Dal Young when it comes to the general plot involving an author and an editor.
Well like I previously said, the story doesn't really have a main plot to focus on! It's main strength lies within the cute romance between the main characters regardless of their age differences. The romance however is not really apparent when you start reading but gradually it starts to bloom at a pretty good pace.
Well, I've seen better art when it comes to this genre but this doesn't mean that this one sucks! Somehow the art gave me the impression of a perfect combination between Shounen art style with Shojou art style. Moreover their physiology were well designed.
Visually the characters are pretty good and I personally liked the female characters very much! They were cute, sexy, and beautiful.
In terms of personal characteristics, there's nothing much to boast about. The Main Female Protagonist is a workaholic while the Main Male Protagonist is a pure innocent virgin who keeps getting nose bleeds when he's overexcited! xD
Well, whether you're a fan of romance between older female and younger male or not, or fan of ecchi manga or not... it doesn't matter, Kanojo wa Kannou Shousetsuka is a pretty good manga that deserves attention of many.
A bloody good read , that will have entertained throughout.
story & characters- The story and its Characters are both unique and fresh. which constantly continue to improve and evolve as the story progresses.
Be warned this is an adult themed , manga with a mild S@M twist to it.That however only adds to the overall flavor, not a means and in and for itself.
Art-- Beautifully rendered and drawn. There is a lot of fan service for sure but that doesn't detract form
the amazing talent on display.
Enjoyment- what starts out as a typical ecchi comedy , soon develops in to something much deeper and better.There is a bit of unexpected drama later on as well.plus the delicate tango between our editor and his writer are what make it all the worth while.
overall, This manga actually has quite a solid base to it and isn't just the mindless ecchi drivel you constantly find.yes , there might be heaps of fan service but for once it fits in and belongs in the story.