The first thought I had when reading this manga was that it was not an original idea; it's eerily similar to Chobits and only differs in the gender of the main characters and that this world isn't one in which androids are common. Nevertheless, I found the story cute and maybe a little bit fluffy. Though it was a short read, it was quick because it was enjoyable. I laughed multiple times while reading this.
What I disliked were a few shoujo cliches that were tossed in there to make some conflicts. They were short-lived and not as important as they seemed at first.
Another thing was that the ending made no sense. It didn't ruin the manga for me, however.
This here is your typical shoujo art, pretty and pleasant. What stood out to me were the little bits of chibi art within the story here and there which I really liked.
Mariko didn't stand out to me by any means though she was the main character. She seemed like a typical school girl and made mistakes, corrected them, and wasn't the prettiest girl. Although a perfect protagonist is annoying, a very ordinary one is a little boring.
The android Kouta was a cute and innocent guy who cared a lot for his master, Mariko. He actually was more interesting to me than Mariko, but maybe that was because he was an android.
The other characters were around for some plot material but didn't stick around for very long to make an impression or obviously weren't very important.
I had a pleasant experience reading this manga. It was short and fresh shoujo. While it isn't an amazing work, I enjoyed its few chapters and thought the idea was very nice. I do wish more about Kouta's past was explained and that the ending were better, but for a short manga it wasn't bad. read more