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Pheromomania Syndrome

Pheromomania Syndrome

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Joshi Mousou Shoukougun
Japanese: 女子妄想症候群〈フェロモマニアシンドローム〉

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 10
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 18, 2002 to Apr 18, 2008
Authors: Ichiha (Story & Art)
Serialization: Hana to Yume

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Score: 7.521 (scored by 391 users)
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Ranked: #33172
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Popularity: #5128
Members: 1,269
Favorites: 9
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Synopsis

Hatori is a tall girl who's easily mistaken for a boy, and she's in love with her childhood friend, Keishi. Even though he's a boy, Keishi is so cute that Hatori just wants to push him down and make him her own. Hatori has countless delusions and hallucinations (unbefitting a young lady) running wildly through her head every day -- and they're all about Keishi. They set her heart pounding and her nose bleeding!

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NekoJr
Aug 21, 2009
Eh, I'm really spechless by this manga.. Why? Because I love the storyline and art and of course the characters, but I ended up droping it at after a mere two chapters.

I think it was because of the pacing and how the story was developing..

But I would love to recommend it to people who love gender blender and a good romance story..

I'm not suited for romance afterall...
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sweeny
Jul 11, 2011
I have been really enjoying this one. I am a sucker for the combination of a girly guy and a boyish girl (e.g. ai ore), especially when the boy is so masculine.

There is a lot of nose-bleeding in this one. It is part of the humour though, and that is what makes this one special - it is really rather funny! Ho-chan's imagine spins out of control in the most of amazing way, and I can't help but laugh. Keishi is.. an intense little man, manic for Hotari.

I have had no trouble with the pacing, although the story is somewhat episodic. This however, read more
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