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Prison School

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Synonyms: Kangoku Gakuen
Japanese: 監獄学園〈プリズンスクール〉
English: Prison School
French: Prison school
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Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 28
Chapters: 278
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 7, 2011 to Dec 25, 2017
Genres: Award Winning Award Winning, Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance, Ecchi Ecchi
Themes: Gag Humor Gag Humor, School School
Demographic: Seinen Seinen
Authors: Hiramoto, Akira (Story & Art)

Statistics

Score: 7.511 (scored by 5627556,275 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #26472
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #74
Members: 124,921
Favorites: 5,030

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Synopsis

Hachimitsu Private Academy, an elite all-girls high school, opens its grandiose doors to male students for the first time in its history. The five males who enroll, however, are a merry band of perverts who are unable to communicate with girls! This cluster of misfits is composed of the foreign delinquent Shingo, the strange and sickly "Jo," the overweight "Andrei," the intelligent "Gakuto," and Kiyoshi, the most normal person of the bunch.

Feeling troubled due to their lack of female interaction, the five boys embark on a dangerous mission to peek on several girls while they are bathing. However, owing to a series of mishaps, their operation ultimately fails, resulting in the boys' actions being exposed to the entire school.

For their crimes, the boys are sentenced to one month of imprisonment by the menacing Underground Student Council. Little do the unforgiving beauties of the council know, the boys' perverted and unusual antics are just going to worsen.

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Background

Prison School won an award in the Best General Manga category in the 37th Kodansha Manga Award in 2013.

The series was published psychically in English by Yen Press as 2-in-1 omnibus volumes from July 21, 2015 to October 29, 2019, and digitally from December 18, 2018 to October 29, 2019 for a total of 28 volumes; in Italian by Star Comics from April 24, 2013 to February 20, 2019. The series is currently being published in French by Soleil Manga since July 16, 2014; in German by Egmont Manga since June 17, 2015; and in Spanish by Editorial Ivrea since July 2016.

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May 15, 2018
It sucks - 9/10
This is a perfect review of the series.

Manga is pretty much on point until it passes roughly ~80% of work. Most of the read is extremely enjoyable, fun, exciting, intense, erotic, feel-good experience that I had pleasure of familiarizing myself with for (almost) three days, before the work started showing signs of injury on better part of last day. Crazy adventures, situations, troubles, laughs and disasters our cast goes through in their lives is pretty much the definition of youth everyone would like to experience, maybe, to their own risk. Then, sadly, two things happen.

1) Prolongation
2) Bad ending

First, it draws out, ...
Jul 17, 2018
Prison school, a downhill chronicle.

This manga is the perfect example of what happens when the author runs out of ideas and begins experimenting with useless plot twists, destroying the character development and the whole story in the process. I am disappointed, the ending rambles and feels forced. Also, it will give you the impression it was incorrectly planned and misplaced. Perhaps Prison School lost the main essence in the middle of the manga, and the editor wanted to conclude it as quickly as possible. A shame because the story in the first arc is marvelous, creative, exciting, and amusing. The mangaka created a diamond, ...
Dec 26, 2017
Prison School is the funniest manga I've ever read. It has great comedic buildup, serious characters getting into ridiculous situations, and stupid humor matched with realistic art. The characters are likable and the ships are good but I think its the art style that really set this series apart

It was quality entertainment up until around 200 chapters in when it got sidetracked and started to drag. It went downhill after that. The series just wasn't the same as the early chapters. They brought the romance up front and set the comedy aside.

The last half of the series have been nothing but a drag, I ...

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