As a series fan of Itazura Na Kiss I was tempted by this series by its "have to share a living space" plot. However, with this story is trying to be comedic when the mood does not call for it and pathetic, distracting art, Pink de Ikou falls short of being an enjoyable read even for the die-hard romantics. This single volume manga (with only four of the six chapters available on Mangafox) that is easily found in bargain bins at Anime Conventions and would be lucky to be bought cheap by a foolish shopper who would be better off buying the similar in
plot series Itazura Na Kiss or Good Morning Call.
For fans of Itazura Na Kiss and male-dominance/moe series, stick to popular series that are popular because they are good, not crammed with as many poorly drawn moe eyes in as close as a proximity as possible like this manga.
This is not Itazura Na Kiss extended, or romantic, or even a source of some quick laughs. It is only bothersome and a waste of your time.