Akari is a cute but somewhat inhibited teenage girl who attends high school with her childhood chums, Hiroyuki and Masashi. Though she regards these two along the lines of siblings, Akari finds her world becoming troublesome as her adolescent affection for the generous and warm-hearted Hiroyuki begins to grow onto something more. The complications only thicken when a beautiful senior, Serika Kurusugawa, steps into the picture. Akari finds her solution in an unlikely place: An android named Multi, who happens to be training to become a full fledged maid robot, just might be able to use her machined mind to help Akari overcome her shyness and win Hiroyuki's love!
Though it's a bit cliched (the whole unrequited childhood friend high school love aspect) there's plenty else to enjoy. It's a comedy after all. I think the story serves to bring out the characters more, which makes more sense in this kind of manga, as it's more of a romantic story than anything ground breaking.
It also seems like a harem manga, yet I have mixed thoughts about this. On one hand there are a ton of female characters, but on the other they aren't exploited too much to much to make
things uncomfortable and the story's mostly told from a female's perspective.
Everything is drawn so cute. Really. It doesn't seem like the characters are in high school based on the art style, yet even this is a appropriate for the manga. No complaints about their childish looks though!
All of the characters have little idiosyncrasies which makes them even more endearing. Most of them have their own story attached to them, which serves to make each of them a little more dynamic than first expected. There's the ditzy girls and the mysterious girls and the instigator, your typical high school bunch.
The best word to describe this manga would be "cute". Everything from the characters to the art are drawn out in a very endearing way. It's quite simply a comedy with a ton of ditzy characters and awkward situations and very enjoyable because of these qualities.
Skip this paragraph to see the review, it contains backstories of mine that may bore you but if your interested in reading it, go for it. Thank you very much if you do!
The first volume I got at the time was from Goodwill while I bought the rest at Amazon. I was hyping myself that this series was going to be great while not giving a lot of thought on Pixie Pop at the time. BUT, as so as I read the first volumes of both Manga's, it turned out to be the oppoisite affect here, because Pixie Pop turns out to be more interesting
then To-heart. This is all the info I can give.
The series was a drag from the start, all the way to the end. So hard to keep up, that I didn't care for it any more and just read the words instead of cosentrating on both the art and dialoge. That's how much I don't like reading it. While reading the last whole volume it turns out to be based on a GAME! AS I was reading It turns out that the artist wasn't really good at Love Comedy series, but tried it anyway. As he kept going he love the characters at least while drawing them. Well at least he enjoys drawing them.
Now getting that out of the way, Lets Start the review!
The Story like I said before, dragged through the end. From the First Chapter the romantic goal was set up and ready to go BUT! But But But, the series saved it until the end while letting breath eveyonce in a while and LOVES to fill it with pointless humor. At times the humor in each chapter is so bland that I wonder if it was suppose to make me laugh?