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Junai Tokkou Taichou!

Junai Tokkou Taichou!

Alternative Titles

English: Love Attack
Synonyms: Pure-Love Kamikaze Captain
Japanese: 純愛特攻隊長!

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 13
Chapters: 37
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 12, 2005 to Jul 13, 2009
Authors: Seino, Shizuru (Story & Art)
Serialization: Bessatsu Friend

Statistics

Score: 8.001 (scored by 3431 users)
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Ranked: #8272
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Popularity: #646
Members: 9,193
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Volumes: /13
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Synopsis

Chiemi Yusa's high school record is far from perfect. She's already been suspended twice for fighting, and she's not even half-way through her first year! In danger of getting expelled for starting yet another brawl, her teacher approaches her with an unexpected offer: get her classmate Akifumi "Deranged Devil" Hirata, the nastiest fighter in the whole school, to clean up his act, and her record will officially be cleared. Reluctantly she accepts, and immediately goes on the attack. But as she's waiting for him to retaliate, she discovers that he has more in store for her than just a fight!

In Love Attack, you'll find a rollicking brawl of a good time as the roughest guy and girl in school get themselves into trouble—and find themselves in love.

(Source: Tokyopop)

Background

The first six volumes of Junai Tokkou Taichou! were published in English as Love Attack by Tokyopop from December 1, 2007 until March 10, 2009.

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Characters

Hirata, Akifumi
Hirata, Akifumi
Main
Yusa, Chiemi
Yusa, Chiemi
Main
Komaki, Yukari
Komaki, Yukari
Supporting
Ohno, Renji
Ohno, Renji
Supporting
Tachibana, Yuuya
Tachibana, Yuuya
Supporting
Hoshii, Maki
Hoshii, Maki
Supporting
Hirota, Tomomi
Hirota, Tomomi
Supporting


More reviewsReviews

Jul 21, 2015
mnmike2002 (All reviews)
Love Attack starts off as a great romance manga. If you've read the other reviews, they are spot on in that respect. The two main characters are fun and funny, they have a great relationship, and they have what looks like it might be an interesting set of friends and classmates.

And then it all goes horribly wrong, making it one of the most frustrating manga I've ever read.

Story (5): Story starts off great. Violent girl with a hyper-active sense of justice meets misunderstood delinquent. They fall in love quickly, and then slowly start a relationship. It's a promising start read more
Sep 8, 2016
Sundae (All reviews)
I was excited for this manga since Girl Got Game, which was written by the same author, is one of my favorites. And for the first few chapters I really enjoyed it. It was funny, the art was great, and the relationship between the main couple was developing at a nice steady pace.

Thennn the homewrecker arcs started appearing. The first time it was fine, quite comedic actually, but then there was another...and then another. The whole story just became repetitive. First a new character would show up and try to seduce one of the MC's. Then the other person would assume that the other was read more
Jun 2, 2010
grapeloli (All reviews)
I forget just how I came across this manga, but it's for sure one of the best I've ever read. The story and characters are pretty unique, with some lovely typical shoujo scenes written in as well.

All the characters are really well made, the story is so fun and enjoyable to follow. I cracked up alone in my room multiple times while reading or re-reading! The relationships are very touching as well as entertaining, and I enjoyed every page. It's seriously amazing. Go read it :D
Jul 30, 2016
kdxares (All reviews)
**Story: 4/10
The plot description showed A LOT of potential and I was pretty instantly captivated. However, the storyline only went down from there. Two troubled people in a relationship; there are many things you can do with characters like that.
Admittedly, Love Attack! has many extremely funny moments that nearly made me cry, but the humour and romance just wasn't enough to compensate for the terrible storyline. It started really good and then got silly. You've got a jealous crossdresser, a psycho bishounen, among other things.
The arc with Tachibana and Shigeru felt like the author was trying too hard to make it connect with read more

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