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Synonyms: Psycho Love Comedy
Japanese: サイコメ
English: Psycome
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Volumes: 6
Chapters: 46
Status: Finished
Published: Feb 28, 2013 to Aug 30, 2014
Genres: Comedy Comedy, Romance Romance, Ecchi Ecchi
Themes: Harem Harem, Psychological Psychological, School School
Serialization: None
Authors: Namanie (Art), Mizushiro, Mizuki (Story)


Score: 7.501 (scored by 12781,278 users)
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Ranked: #25682
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Popularity: #2032
Members: 7,803
Favorites: 142

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Psycome (light novel)
Volume 1


Sentenced on false charges, Kamiya Kyousuke was forced to enroll in the "Purgatorium School of Rehabilitation" where juvenile convicts are gathered. His surroundings include pretty girls with beautiful legs or fluttering hair... But they are actually convicted murderers.

Attracting extra attention in school as the special "Mass Murderer of Twelve," Kyousuke is also drawing the advances of the unidentified gas mask-wearing beauty with the giant rack, Hikawa Renko. In order to graduate safely, will Kyousuke be able to resist temptation laced with death?!

Every single classmate is a murderer. LOVE=KILL! The deeper the love, the greater the risk of death, a hardcore romantic comedy!! Let the lessons begin!

(Source: Baka-Tsuki)


Psycome was published in English by Yen Press under the Yen On imprint from June 21, 2016 to February 27, 2018.

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Apr 28, 2018
Equalator (All reviews)
Let's get one thing out of the way.

Do you enjoy a psychotic demonic loli beating a high school kid to a bloody mess of hamburger with the intention of burning fear into the hearts of his classmates?
Do you enjoy the image of a boy running for his life from a bunch of psychotic murders and cannibals that want his heart - literally?
Does your classic dandere become much more interesting when she is the equivalent of a walking natural disaster of accidental mayhem and death?
Are you not put off by graphic descriptions of mass murder, torture, cannibalism, rape and necrophilia?

If your answer to any read more
Jul 24, 2021
SuperbDuk (All reviews)
This is my first LN, and a review. It really is based on my enjoyment.

When I first saw this from the Anime Man video, I thought the cover for Volume 3 looks sick, so I check it out and ended up reading it. The story is about an ordinary boy that "miraculously" found himself in a school that is full with murderers and killlers. The main protagonist, Kyousuke, will now have to adapt with his new environment and crazy maniacs around him, this is what made the story interesting and fun to read. Of course, he made some friends (so he can survive his new read more
Jul 13, 2019
hexashadow13 (All reviews)
tl;dr: A series with a really unique and darkly comedic premise that has some core tonal and thematic issues but ultimately manages to resolve them in an incredibly interesting fashion.

Note: Spoilers that aren't related to specific plot events but related to themes and how a character grows are included in this review.

This is a really interesting novel series in that it’s a mish mash of a lot of things that kind of don’t work but also work pretty well. For the most part, it feels a lot like a high school slice of life novel series where the focus is on character relationships and development, read more
May 8, 2014
MarlyTT (All reviews)
Psycome is a comedy about psychos. I'm using the term "comedy" and "psychos" incredibly loosely, but I guess this is supposed to classify as both. Technically speaking, it's literally all it is and there is absolutely nothing more to it than that. And by comedy, I meant the wacky silly overdone harem hijinx that continuously repeat like a broken record. And by psychos, I meant kids who identify themselves as one while tipping their fedoras and maybe pretending Kool-Aid is blood to impress their friends on Facebook.

Here's the premise: This kid named Kyousuke gets into trouble with some thugs, beats them up, goes home, and read more


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