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Alternative Titles

English: X-Day
Synonyms: Kanojo-tachi no X day, Kanojotachi no X-Day, Tag X, The Last Supper
Japanese: 彼女たちのエクス・デイ


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 10
Status: Finished
Published: Mar , 2002 to Dec , 2002
Genres: DramaDrama, SchoolSchool, ShoujoShoujo, PsychologicalPsychological
Authors: Mizushiro, Setona (Story & Art)
Serialization: Princess


Score: 7.601 (scored by 22192,219 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #19712
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Popularity: #2985
Members: 4,359
Favorites: 68


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Jul 31, 2008
Gewaltgoere (All reviews)
Story: 8/10
4 persons (3 students and a teacher) meet in the school chat room. They all blame the school as the source of their problems, so they decide to blow it up. As the characters get to know each other, they begin to realize that their problems are situated in other aspects of life as well, not just from the school. They start to help each other to deal with the problems.
'Loneliness' is a very important part of the story.

Art: 9/10
The art fits the serious theme; no chibis, no overdrawn gestures or expressions.
Sometimes you can feel the characters suffering because of read more
Aug 24, 2010
Maz-Maz (All reviews)
Rika, Saginuma (the protagonist) goes to highschool with a smile on her face, she gets good grades, she has a bunch of friends and the year before she got second place in the inter-highschool championships of track-and-field but she quit and she's single.

School life at its best, no?

Behind that plastic smile, Rika, Saginuma is morose. Her ex-boyfriend had moved on, dating the up and coming track-and-field star of the school; Rika watches from afar, as her boyfriend's relationship deepens with his new girlfriend and as the girlfriend, slowly gets better and better at track-and-field until; maybe... she'll be better than Rika...? But what is read more
Jun 21, 2011
hallanmeras (All reviews)
I kind of got this manga on a whim, after reading some of the reviews.
WOW! I started reading this just for a little before I went to bed, and ended up reading the whole thing in one sitting - very unusual for me now as I tend to fall asleep easier than I did 20 years ago (yes, I'm old). But it definetly says something that I actually turned out the light, then turned it back on, walked over to the shelf and pulled Volume two off because I HAD HAD HAD to know what happened.

The story and characters in this story are outstanding - read more
Jun 1, 2019
Semper_Hepatica (All reviews)
I enjoyed it too much.

In general I do not like the genre to which the manga belongs, I thought that some repetitive themes would happen, it was not like that, is no the opposite.

Aesthetically it is not very attractive and it seems like some 90's generic manga tha can drop to trash.

It was not necessary some terrible or incredible events to identify me with the characters, tthe simplest things were the ones who made me remember and see myself in the characters.

the little things that we do to ourselves are the ones that prevent us from moving forward and it is these very little things read more
Jun 2, 2011
katiexmarie6 (All reviews)
Okay so this is my first review so please bear with me.

X-Day is about a group of kids who meet online in a forum. They talk about how much school sucks and how much they cant wait to get out and into the real world, much like kids do in the real world. When a girl under the username 11 says how she wishes school would just disappear another person under the username Polaris comes up with an insane plan...to blow up the school! 11, Polaris along with two other people from the chat room come together in order to plan the actual blowing read more