Shinagawa Daichi is a high school delinquent who just wants to be left alone. However, class rep Adachi Hana will stop at nothing to get him to go on the upcoming Social Studies field trip. What are her true motives behind getting a "yankee" like Shinagawa to go on such a thing?
(Source: Unlife Studios)
Volume 11: Fairy Megane (Crossover one-shot between "Fairy Tail" and "Yankee-kun to Megane-chan")
If you humor some aspects and forgo some minor inconsistencies, you'll most likely enjoy this manga.
The art is top notch. Great when serious, adorable and funny when not.
The idea is interesting, way more than the title suggests. This mangaka is more than competent when throwing twists or developing characters.
However, they've invested so much of the story into developing interest in the female protagonist. A lovable character, with a seemingly dark background. The writer had laid out several hooks and cliff hangers early on in the story and even more intense ones near the end. Not one was used. So what potentially could've been the
biggest arc in the manga, was strangely abandoned in the last few chapters. As if nothing ever happened.
This manga is a real page turner. It's been entertaining from beginning to... well, near the end. The ending was so unsatisfying, that I had to reconsider this manga as a whole. The mystery was not only left unsolved, it was ignored.
I would give this manga an 8/10 all the way to the ~200th chapter. I'd give the last ~10 chapters a 3/10. And that's being generous.
Definitely avoid it if you're in it for the ending.
Note: This is my first review. I have read quite a few mangas, but never before had I felt the need to write one.
The problem with most of the other reviews is: They are outdated - written before the end of the manga. And let me tell you, untill the ending, the manga is really good. However, I was mainly in it for the romance between the two main characters - although the development was really slow, I don't think it's necessarily a problem in a slice of life story like this.
So, let me tell you this very cleary: The ending is the
worst one I have ever read. Because it doesn't make sense. Like, it REALLY doesn't. It simply destroys the complete manga and the whole backstory, which is beyond sad. This messed up ending is also the reason why I will stop reading the author's other manga (Yamada-kun and the 7 witches) out of fear that the author will do a similar mess-up.
So, if you want to avoid a HUGE (!) disappointment after 200+ chapters, you'd better just skip this manga, because it leaves a VERY sour feeling.
Overall: 8/10 before the ending, 0/10 afterwards. I know I am ranting here, but posts in other forums (after having read the ending) will tell you the same.
This manga's storyline/plot is very entertaining and amusing. I first started reading it, and I couldn't stop! The characters are created so nicely that you just can't help but laugh at even the most stupid jokes that are made. I think that is you enjoy stories where characters get together throughout the story, then yuo'll like this because Hana Adachi is someone who goes out and makes friends, and you enjoy seeing how she does things.
i wanna say thank for the mangaka of this great manga, it stabbed me right to my most painful wound...
well review :
story about the main girl , Hana Adachi : a real idiot, however, she has a huge guts to dare to do any things, she is the strongest being in her universe and she has a good heart.
the series is pretty enjoyable to a point , the point that hurt me deeply: when a good person abandoned by their friends.
i rated the story and character 10, an outstanding work of showing how real life friendship work :
moral of the story :people alway
near you when you enjoy your life but suddenly busy with their life when you need someone to save.
you can help someone but don't even think about they giving their all to help you