Yaneda Shigeru is a guy living alone with his cat Konbu until it turns mostly into a human (she keeps her cat tail and ears) for unknown reasons. Though to Shigeru, this isn't a problem; he has a cat-girl fetish. The problem is, his cat, Konbu, is stuck-up and wants everything to be elegant to fit her high-class tastes, even her name to be something more high-class. So, they each want to mold each other to their tastes; Shigeru an elegant butler, and Konbu an obedient, cute cat-girl. Will one of them win, or will they come to some sort of mutual understanding?
I didn't see a positive review here and I think this deserves it.
This is tagged as comedy, ecchi, harem, and that it delivers.
The characters are likeable, the chapters are entertaining, there is plenty of nudity, and the girls are drawn well.
I especially enjoyed the first half a dozen chapters as the story was original and the girls were completely nude. After that the main antagonist is introduced and we go on to more standard chapters, going to the hot spring for example with the male character tied up outside. Cruelty to characters as in this example irritates me, but here it is not overbearing.
And there is still plenty of non standard content.
The authors had a nice idea for a manga, write the excellent first few chapters and continue the rest of the series competently, carried along by our liking of the main characters and the embarrassing situations they find themselves in.
From just the description alone, you can tell I was really going to like this one… NOT! Of course someone would make a manga about some guy wanting to get it on with his cat, of course someone would make it so that this guy would have a cute little cat that for ‘unknown reasons’ would end up becoming a human since the story wasn’t creepy enough as it was. So let’s get some facts down shall we? Our little perverted friend here wakes up to find a cat girl in his bed. Here is the first few things he checks; he checks her ears
to see that they are real, her tail to see if it’s real, and then he suddenly drops his pants and tries to put his mass into her to see if she is a virgin... I am not kidding, this is exactly what happens the first part of the manga and our introduction to the perverted loser and his bossy cat. With all the things his cat talks about him doing with her when she was a normal cat, I would be pissed too and ready to beat his ass!
Now if it was only these two characters, I would have been alright with it I guess because it would be talking about how the two would have a good compromise or something like that, each knowing each others boundaries and becoming a normal relationship. But no… they couldn’t do that. They just had to make it a Harem with almost every girl cat that comes near him turning into a girl. And here in lies the problems when we get only one male character with a large group of female characters. All the cats what to sleep with him, and we have human women who show that they are lesbians so we get some Yuri in the mix too. Then they have tentacles, and eels and a whole mass of rather erotic and sexual fetishes that any man I guess would dream of.
Strangely though, the ending was actually rather heartfelt and worked out well, ending differently then I thought it was going to go. It was so surprising that I feel strangely satisfied for having to go through the perverted fantasy that was this manga. Not fully mind you, but slightly. So in the end, I probably would say if you can stand all the sexual erotic stuff that they have in here, the ending is worth it but if not, then no amount of good ending will make you want to read this.
The artwork is rather pretty, though perverted. I’m not kidding, a lot of the artwork caters to fan service with the cat girls and you really don’t get to see very much of the male characters full body or he just looks rather plain. It’s standard for a sexual manga that really wants to be a hentai but fails at that. Seriously, any sort of sex that happens (or almost sex as is mostly the case) has censorship like the person reading it would even care about that. In my mind, that’s just a way to get more people to read it and get it barely below the limit for a mature audience.
I mean, if you like manga with harem ecchi fan-service everywhere then this will be the best manga you've ever read. But if you don't you'll hate it. Anyway its about this guy who turns a bunch of female cats into cat-girls. That's really all you need to know going into this one. It had some funny bits, but was a bit tough to get through as the fan-service was almost suffocating.
Again, fan-service. I enjoyed looking at it, and boy oh boy did they have some very well drawn personali-tities.Very well drawn.
I had to do a lot of research, ya know, for academic purposes.
Now this is a six because of the main guy and the only other human female in the story. The rapist and the lesbian. Now while rapist might be a bit of a hard word to describe him, thats kinda what he does the entire series. Of course, theres also the lesbian who brutally beats the main guy because he's a pervert, and then she goes and molests her cat-girl. So yeah, the characters are a bit.... off.
I gotta say, this was a bit of a hassle to get through. I kinda wanted to put this one down, and there wasn't anything that really tied me to the series except the desire to finish it and get it out of the way.
Again, not an amazing manga, but for it's category it was done pretty alright. Not god-tier like amazing, but not horrifically bad. The lesbian made the series harder to finish, but it was an interesting struggle. Like a struggle of trying to finish a bad sci-fy movie (like sharknado or something). But once it was done I felt pretty alright, I didn't lose too many brain cells, but I didn't gain any either so this one was kinda a mixed bag of a manga. If you want to read something like this go ahead but if you don't then don't.
This manga is a very much what you see is what you get. After reading the first chapter, it becomes pretty obvious what the manga is going to be. As it goes on, there's nothing that really changes from this focus. It is what it is. There's some superficial character and relationship development, but really nothing enough to be considered substantial. The humor is reasonably amusing, though most of it is centered around the main character being the punch line, and though he was incredibly amusing, it got old pretty quickly. Hence, the only thing holding up the manga is the art, style, and focus, which
is really good all things considered, and all in all I can't say that I didn't like it, but there really isn't more to it than that.
tl;dr: A somewhat humorous manga with good art where it's needed, though not much more to it.