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D-Frag!

D-Frag!

Alternative Titles

English: D-Frag!
Synonyms: D-Fragments!
Japanese: ディーふらぐ!

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Jul 27, 2008 to ?
Authors: Haruno, Tomoya (Story & Art)
Serialization: Comic Alive

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Score: 8.031 (scored by 4835 users)
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Ranked: #8622
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Popularity: #396
Members: 15,060
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Synopsis

Kenji Kazama—the leader of an eponymous three-man gang—plans to take over Fujou High and make his legend known to all. However, when his first act of delinquency misfires, he finds himself coerced into the Game Development Club. There, he meets four eccentric girls: tyrannical student council president Chitose Karasuyama, listless club advisor Minami Oosawa, bubbly first-year Sakura Mizukami, and the petite club president and not-so-secret school terror Roka Shibasaki—all of whom are fully intent of keeping him there lest their club be disbanded due to lack of members.

Though Kenji would love nothing more than to escape, his attempts to do so not only further entangle him in the club’s affairs but with their enemies as well, who are just as peculiar as his clubmates, if not more so. Yet as the club's shenanigans continue, Kenji seems to be unaware of one thing: he may actually be enjoying himself.

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Background

D-Frag! has been published in English by Seven Seas Entertainment since August 5, 2014.

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Aug 15, 2013
Aincrad2013 (All reviews)
“…and this guy, the leader of…of…” “That’d be… Uhhh…Mm? Hmm…?” “My name is Kazama Kenji!! Remember that!!” “You just said the Kazama Gang!!”

D-Fragments is a comedy manga based around manzai. For those less familiar with Japanese culture, manzai is a type of stand-up comedy in Japan which revolves around two performers: a tsukkomi (straight man) and a boke (funny man). The boke creates a funny situation using misinterpretation or forgetfulness and it’s the tsukkomi’s job to butt in and correct him. Most of the jokes made are based on misunderstandings, puns and other verbal gags.

Kazama Kenji, a wannabe delinquent with ego to spare, inherits read more
Aug 22, 2015
Nervin (All reviews)
While searching for a comedy based manga, I stumbled across one with a strange title: D-frag. The premise seemed unappealing and boring, with a generic setting that didn't promise anything spectacular. Nevertheless, intrigued by the title of it, I began watching it, and I can say I was pleasantly surprised. D-frag is comedy/harem manga, though it is not your typical ecchi/comedy manga out there. So what makes it hilarious? I will try to explain it below.

~Story~

First of all the comedy is based on the manzai, where a "Tsukommi" (straight man) retorts the actions of the "Boke" (funny man) who creates a funny situation. This is read more
Aug 19, 2013
Emsavio (All reviews)
Story: 9
While this manga isn't a heavily story-driven piece of art like FMA or the likes, it's very episodic and highlights the story (or even lack thereof) in mini arcs. The randomness of the stories and adventures that the characters are filled with hilarity on every single panel, and so far it's made me laugh as much as Gintama and Nichijou...which is saying a lot on my part.

Art: 8
The art is very good, but not the best...but in this type of manga the art isn't the main selling point. It's good as it is, and the environments are clearly drawn and the characters all have read more
Oct 29, 2017
69thStreet (All reviews)
Summary: Kenji Kazama, the main character who gets sucked into a video game club and gets into many random situations.

Story (8): As you can tell by the summary, it's not really anything too special, but it's something to keep you reading. The manga's comedy involves around Kazama's tsukkomis, the situations he gets into, and the characters themselves. It's a harem manga if you haven't notice, as Kazama is probably the only attractive and sensible male in the whole school so it makes lots of sense once you keep on reading lol. I might change my score on this part of the review since read more

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