Matsushiro Kouta has a crush on a pretty yet kinda cold classmate of his. Sasara, the self-proclaimed angel, appears for a sole purpose of helping him, but her love magic—activating after counting down from 10 to 0 by using specific methods—brings lots of trouble to the protagonist's life. Also, little does he know about his cute childhood friend's feelings and how Sasara is not the only angel out there...
i'm someone who has watched a large number of anime and read alot of manga so immediately i started this manga its like i had an idea already what the continuation and ending would be like which is typically a kill joy
honestly when reading this i had a strong feeling telling me when will it end its somehow cliche
the manga is awesome but it wasn't my cup of tea maybe if i had read this before reading and watching other anime and manga it wouldn't have felt frustrating to go through this.
I really liked the storyline. The series is more or less short which is really nice. Basically, a start is about a boy who tries to impress a shy and seemingly hard to get girl. An angel then starts to help
Story - The story is a bit more unique than most other romance novels. At the beginning, I find it a bit more innovative. As the story builds on, it becomes a typical love and romance novel. The story is pretty fun throughout the series which is great. I found very compelling but not a manga that would leave a huge imprint in my
Art - Good artwork. Childish but fits the setting and mood of the story.
Characters - The main boy character is pretty funny and clumsy. That's becoming pretty typical for these comedy love mangas. The angels involved in the story really make it funny and magical :). I thought they were the most unique. Angels who'd do anything to play video games are pretty cool.
Enjoyment - I wasn't let down with this manga. I enjoyed it till the end.
Overall - Definitely a 9. I really enjoyed it and would recommend reading it if you like comedy romances.
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This manga starts out pretty decently. The first chapter is actually quite good. It makes it seem like this is gonna be a story about a foolish boy who demands shortcuts, but unwittingly learns that his own effort and hard work will pay off more than any shortcut ever could. It's cool since it tells you a fun and romantic story while still having that meaning to it.
The chapters each progress with a new gimmick, each involving some silly magic and some absurd consequence. Things are good for a while, but then the story
sorta loses its focus with the introduction of new characters and opponents. The romance dies away and the story turns into an ecchi harem. In one scene, a girl is extremely horny, drooling, and basically trying to force herself upon the main character. There are some other stupid things like panty flashing and the main character having really shallow wishes, such as trying to force Yoshizawa to kiss him with magic, or trying to force her to show her breasts to him with magic. I thought the story was good when it actually seemed like it was gonna be about romance, not some little pervert with a rapist's mindset.
Overall, it still wasn't bad, but things went over the top near the end of the manga. There was straight up nudity out of nowhere. When I first heard about this manga, I heard it was a romance story, not ecchi, not harem, and not porn. Needless to say, the porn was uncalled for and added nothing to the story - it was merely fan service. The ending feels out of character and unsatisfying.
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The characters don't look too interesting. Girls blush a lot to try and look sexy or something. Yoshizawa's hair looks detailed and cool, though.
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They start out decently, but they don't develop much and end up feeling pretty bland and repetitive. Yoshizawa's character changes significantly for the worse. Whenever the main character does something offensive or inexcusable, he basically just tells her "I can't tell you why I just cheated on you, but I swear there's a good reason for it", and she stupidly just agrees with it and forgives him. She becomes a total ditz; she doesn't question anything he does, which just makes this feel like some loser's fantasy instead of a romance story. He never bothers to tell her the truth about the magic when a lover should be honest about important stuff like that. Yoshizawa becomes even worse later on, though, turning into someone with no self-esteem, just desperate to please him in any way, even when the magic makes him verbally abuse her and make her feel like shit. She lets herself be walked all over completely. It's as if the author thinks we're morons and that we'll accept any half-assed plot like that, too.
Overall, it's decent, but the hentai, anti-romance, poorly executed ending, and Yoshizawa being a retard have caused me to give this a low score.
In anime and manga, love tends to be one of the weirdest things to happen. This manga is no exception. Enter, Kouta Matsushiro who happens to have a crush on his classmate and is terrible at him trying to get her attention. One day a cupid (or rather a witch) named Sasara shows up in Kouta's life in order to solve his issue. Only problem is, her magic sucks. It leaves Kouta in often akward, yet funny situations where nothing he does goes according to plan.
Story: The story is pretty straight forward, guy falls in love with girl but fails to grab her attention.
In comes cupid (witch) in order his problems. The story takes a turn a bit more than your typical romance manga in which the main character uses "Love Magic" in which certain requirements have to be met, such as "Pat your crushes head 10 times" or "Get your crush to say 'thank you' 10 times"
Art: Typical with occasional emphasis to detail on some chapters.
Characters: The characters were pretty funny and enjoyable to watch them in certain situations. Even the angels had their own running joke that doesn't get stale.
Enjoyment: I found myself reading more and more until I was finally done.
Overall: This is definitely one of many romance mangas I wouldn't hesitate to re-read for the sake of the enjoyable comedic situations and characters. The ending made it well worth reading. Definitely one for romance comedy fans.