This is a series of short stories about a girl called Mika. In the first story, Mika makes a wish on a mirror in order to change the world into one where boys don't have ecchi thoughts when they look at girls. In the second story, Mika's school falls under the control of a misogynic dog who hates high school girls (which includes Mika). Finally, in the third story, Mika raises the ire of six-year-old child genius, Kokoa, who forces Mika to attend kindergarten again.
Well, this is a really very ecchi manga. Especially from Square Enix, which I'm sure many know for their games, including the Final Fantasy series.
"Ignoring the tame nature of Suihei Kiki's debut work "Mahou Shoujo Rukana", Suihei's "Mika ni Harassment" short stories are extremely ecchi in nature for a manga serialised in a shounen magazine aimed towards children. Ecchi to the point that the compilation in March 2005 was jokingly advertised as Square-Enix's first adult manga." (Excerpt from http://www.mangaupdates.com/series.html?id=29097)
First of all, we could start counting how many H-manga references we can find in this series, especially the last one, "A Child's World". The first 3
featured mainly near full nudity and some S&M stuff but the last one was.... lol.
Made up of mainly ecchi.
To be honest, I dun see how I can comment on the story part without including spoilers.
But note this... the story was "exciting" for all 4 chapters. That is, if you are ok with near adult stuff.
Art: Well art was pretty good actually, but some parts were a little messy. Otherwise, detail is there.
For stories 1,2 and 4, we have 2-3 main characters, the victim, the childhood friend (boy) and the crazy scientist sister (somehow the sister reminds me of the one in Ichinensei ni Nacchattara). Well, not much other than that.
In story 3 we have also 3 separate main characters... not much character development either.
Seriously, I was ok with the first 3 stories but the 4th was.... quite distasteful. It featured mild netrorare. The ecchi was overbearing but the story was near nothing. In each of the stories there's usually a mini-plot but well, they are not very good either.
If you can tolerate near adult references and ecchi that is near to the point of full nudity, feel free to try this series.
Although this is from Square Enix, and is supposed to be a "children's magazine", I really do not recommend it for any1 who want a trauma-free childhood. Lol.
An underrated fetish manga labeled as ecchi manga.
I don't know what's the modern barometer for ecchi nowadays but to me this is not it and this is what makes Mika a fun short manga to sit down and read up on.
Execution wise, it seems the first plot gets most of the accolades but I think anyone looking for a special short story would be disappointment.
What makes Mika great is how much it gets things past the radar and by great, I mean in a sort of referential kind of thing. Not in terms of quality.
One way to look at it is if you're familiar with
the subtleties of the themes in the manga, it's an 8 because of how absurd the whole concept is pulled off. Even your regular hentai mangas normally don't try to sell these type of concepts. It really tries to be an entire manga parodying fridge logic and while this isn't the first strange manga nor is it the best in terms of creating lewd innuendo, this is the most daring one I've seen.
On the down side, this manga's quality is predicated on your knowledge of different H fetishes. Things like dick girls, furries, diaper girls... you have to know this AND you have to accept that the characters are normal anime characters put into strange situations. If not, then most of the manga loses in impact on the storytelling portion.
This is not to say the manga becomes disinteresting but it becomes closer to a mediocre ecchi manga.