Being a 4-koma styled manga by nature there will not be an assessable plot to critique. While some scenes do carry on for several more panels, a majority of the manga are kept short and simple like any 4-koma should. The panels are based around jokes, punchlines, references, character interactions, and some real world subjects such as Youtube and Twitter. Simple, but not to a fault.
Without researching, I am fairly confident that the drawer for this series is different than the person who inks the main OreShura manga. Our characters are presented in a more clean style with refined features and have a
much more mature look. No complaints about that at all as it resulted in being extremely friendly on the eyes. Backgrounds are rather lackadaisical but detailed enough to put it a step above other 4-koma manga. One complaint is that the drawer had an excessive amount of texture/toning early on which hurt the art a bit but was gradually corrected.
It's the same cast from the main OreShura manga without much deviation. The high point of the manga were definitely composed of several elements. The situations/subject matter that we find our characters in, their interactions with each other, their crazy antics and fun dialogue were hilarious. It was a bit more extreme than the typical ones from the parent line but they still stayed within their realm of normalcy.
What's not to love if you're a OreShura fan? Personally I'm not a big fan of the 4-koma style manga but it's a nice short read meant for a quick and enjoyable session. Being the big OreShura (apologies for the sheer number of times I said the word OreShura) fan that I am, it was a enjoyable read that I would recommend to not only fans of the series but to new readers alike.