Yukinari Sasaki is an average high school boy who has female-phobia...and an allergic reaction when girls touch him. One day, he falls through his tub to a bath to an alien planet called "Siren" where the population is 90% female. There he meets the sweet Miharu, who he can touch with breaking out into a rash! When the pair returns to earth, they're joined by a wacky collection of friends and enemies who make every day one of laughter, life lessons, and fan service!
I originally started reading girls bravo because i was bored and i figured it was something i could breeze through just to fill my time. I dropped it after the first twenty chapters because it was so utterly boring it pained me to continue reading. After a week I figured I might have missed something because dropped it kind of early, but I was wrong. EVERY SINGLE CHAPTER IS ALMOST IDENTICAL TO THE ONE BEFORE IT! There is absolutely no character progression. I would honestly not be able to tell the difference between the third chapter and the finally except
for the fact that the last chapter has more uninspired, forgetful, bland characters. Every character seems to be ripped off some other harem manga and the good parts of the original are ripped out of them and thrown into some pointless story. EVERY CHAPTER HAS THE SAME PLOT! One incompetent alien puts the main character in situations full of sexual tension, then girl next door with amazing strength hits him even though it wasn't his fault. Then horny guy strips all the girls and feels them up. Then girl next door punches everybody. Then oblivious alien girl eats. The mangaka added a few other characters a few chapters in but they were all so lazily made. One character is just the main with a gender swap. THE MANGAKA PLAGIARIZED NOT ONLY OTHER WORK, BUT WAS TOO LAZY TOO EVEN LOOK UP ANOTHER CHARACTER AND PLAGIARIZE IT. THEY JUST TOOK THE MAIN AND SLAPPED A PAIR OF BREASTS ON IT AND HOPED NOBODY WOULD NOTICE. The characters sucked so bad I refuse to give the five seconds it would take to look up their names even though its open in another tab. Sometimes they'll toss in some other bland characters to mix up the story, but only maybe for five pages every five chapters. I honestly think the mangaka forgot about the characters and then, near deadline, was like "oh shit, I need another chapter in three hours! I'll just toss in this character nobody's seen this volume and recycle more bullshit story!" The art wasn't bad, but it definitely wasn't remarkable. It honestly pained me to go through with this story. I hope that nobody ever reads this, because i wouldn't force this manga on my enemies. I wish I had the time I from reading this back to do something more fun, like gouge out my eyes, or punch myself in the testicles for a few hours.
tl;dr: A manga that relies on its characters and comedy but doesn't do well either either.
This is described as a shounen fantasy harem, but it really isn't much of any of those. There is a male protagonist that feels like he's going to be important at first, but as it goes on he loses importance quite a bit to the point he doesn't feel important at all. He's certainly not at the center of some relationship web. That's not to say that the other characters are much better off though, because even though the girls seem to be the focus most of the time, they have really flat
characters with no character arcs whatsoever, and furthermore no relationship development really occurs at all. Also, even Fukuyama seems to be a larger focus than Yukinari, as he's often at the center of most of the comedy. The thing though is that he's really annoying from the beginning, so him basically playing the same joke repeatedly gets really old immediately and the comedy quickly becomes not all that amusing. That's a problem because the manga seems to be relying completely on its comedy as the plot doesn't have much worth anything. As mentioned, it's not really much of a fantasy, it has some random tidbits of supernatural elements, but it uses them incredibly rarely outside the beginning and end. Rather, it's just some really simple episodes in a really basic setting, which due to the fact that the comedy got annoying actually made it very dull. The end tried to wrap things up by focusing more on the protagonist, giving it a plot and some relationship development, and while the ending on its own is probably reasonably fine, for the reasons stated the manga didn't really build up to it at all, and hence it didn't really feel like it had much impact. Lastly, the art was good at times, but most of the time it was only decent, and hence not enough to hold up the manga considering the other failings.