Yoru ni mo Makezu!
St. Lunatic High School
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Yoru ni mo Makezu!

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Japanese: 夜ニモマケズ!
English: St. Lunatic High School
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Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 11
Status: Finished
Published: 2004 to 2005
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Horror Horror
Themes: Mythology Mythology, School School
Serialization: None
Authors: Majiko! (Story & Art)


Score: 7.141 (scored by 314314 users)
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Ranked: #66882
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Popularity: #17276
Members: 807
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The adventures of the cute and energetic Niko Kanzaki in the semi-demonic prestigious school, St. Lunatic School. First having entered due to her brother getting a job there, Niko discovers the haunting secret of the school in her night-classes, which are overrun with demons! She learns differences between humans and demons, but the handsome and mysterious Ren shows her that their two races may share some things in common.


Yoru ni mo Makezu! was first published in English as St. Lunatic High School by Tokyopop from August 7 to December 11, 2007. VIZ Media later took over the license, and published the title digitally under the VIZ Select imprint from August 26 to September 30, 2014.




Feb 9, 2009
This is my 1st review, so sorry if it's not that well-stated.
I just read St. Lunatic High School for the 2nd time about half an hour ago, and I felt like writing a review. :]

The plot is very basic. A normal(human) girl ends up going to a school with unique creatures/demons. It doesn't develop too much from there, but still enjoyable enough. One thing that bothers me is how it leaves me kinda confused because it does not go into details. I'm not sure if it's really that simple and I'm expecting ...
Jul 31, 2011
Mixed Feelings
Preliminary (10/11 eps)
If you're looking to kill an hour, then this manga is for you. If you're pining for an elaborate plot, character development, and an emotional conclusion... Well, St. Lunatic High School falls a little short.

Story - 6
It wasn't BAD... It had the potential to be an interesting and worthwhile series, under all the right circumstances, that is. (But I'll get to that later in the review.) The whole daytime/nighttime student thing was an interesting idea, but Majiko! couldn't quite pull it off. However, if you're still intrigued by the thought of vampires and monsters and whatnot taking classes after you go home, then I ...

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