Bokura no☆Hikari Club
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Bokura no☆Hikari Club

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Synonyms: Our☆Hikari Club
Japanese: ぼくらの☆ひかりクラブ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 12
Status: Finished
Published: Apr 15, 2011 to Mar 15, 2012
Genres: DramaDrama, HorrorHorror, PsychologicalPsychological
Authors: Furuya, Usamaru (Story & Art)
Serialization: pocopoco


Score: 7.561 (scored by 19331,933 users)
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Ranked: #21732
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #2860
Members: 4,293
Favorites: 73


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Apr 26, 2011
RealDelusion (All reviews)
Okay I know that this manga's first chapter was only just released but it kills me to see it's page this empty so I thought now was as good a time as any to jump on reviewing it.

Story- 10

First things first this series sequel is a black comedy,very few people take it seriously,including the author- who has filled his website with joke art relating to this manga. I am one of the few people who take it seriously and I am warning you now. Learning the back stories of the Litchi cast and how the innocent club became twisted into a murderous rape den read more
Apr 29, 2012
lekoweko (All reviews)
Litchi Hikari Club is like Superjail. Now, for those of you who aren't familiar with Superjail, it is a cartoon set in a surreal jail run by a megalomaniac. In other words, if you liked Litchi Hikari Club, you would probably like the first season of Superjail and its three to five minute long violent brawls. But that was the first season. The second season of Superjail broke away from its gorefest template and focused on character development. Make no mistake, however, the show was still violent as ever.

Now, Bokura no Hikari Club (BnHC), the prequel to read more
Aug 15, 2016
Darmaiad (All reviews)
This two-volume manga is a prequel to the excellent Litchi Hikari Club (2005). The first volume follows the 9 boys' lives before the nightmare begins. The second volume offers insight for the events that take place in the first one third of the original.

If someone wants a pithy edict, it is this: Not only this manga offers nothing, but it can conceivably inflict harm upon the original, therefore it should remain in obscurity. For the doubters' sake I will elaborate.

Litchi Hikari Club demands its reader to suspend disbelief, it demands amounts of disbelief I usually abstain from mustering. But, in order to convince read more