Mizutani Souta is confessed to by the school's famous frail beauty Aizawa Shino. Then came another one of her! And another! And another! Each with different attitudes, but all of them are Aizawa Shino herself. What will this sort-of harem love story come to!?
After reading synopsis you can probably tell that Aizawa-san Zoushoku is not typical harem. Personally I wouldn't call it harem at all, as most of the cast are Aizawas that don't act like usual harem members.
Story of this manga is very nice. It introduces the multiplying mechanic in the very beginning and is focused on it until the end. Other than that it's mostly normal high school romance.
Aizawa-san Zoushoku is very lighthearted and has many cute moments. Comedy will make you smile but isn't that great in my opinion. Romance progresses nicely and is very satisfying.
One thing that surprised me are characters. Aizawa herself is
very interesting and unusual main heroine. Souta seems like usual "nice guy" type of character but doesn't fall into "harem MC" stereotype. Other characters were also nice, although I think they should have had more development.
Art was ok. It wasn't too detailed and backgrounds weren't really noticable, but such simplicity seems acceptable for this kind of manga. On the other hand characters design was nice and their expressions were really good.
I just wish we got some fanservice with all the Aizawas...
Overall Aizawa-san Zoushoku is enjoyable, rather short (20 pages per chapter) and lighthearted story. It might not be great but I don't think anyone could really dislike this manga.
It's my favorite manga
The story was very entertaining and the meaningful momentes didn't lose the weigth beacuse of the comedy it was well balance.
i would love to recomend it but i can't, the only thing i didn't like about the story is how it ended i don't know if it was just stoped for a reason or if the author wanted it to end like that or what but it broke my heart the fact that it ended out of nowhere, you can see a conclusion but it's so open i can't call it an endding, like if you are reading one piece and
Luffy stops being a pirate and the it ends
It's still my favorite manga, but i can't recomend it to people who likes things with and end
if you dont like harem then you most likely will not like this manga.The story is that Mizutani Souta is confessed to by the school's famous frail beauty Aizawa Shino. Then came another one of her! And another! And another! Each with different attitudes, but all of them are Aizawa Shino herself.I dont read this for the plot if you want a good comedy manga then this is for you if you can ignore the harem aspect.Though this isnt the typically harem where everyone is fighting for the Mc attention as said in the summary there are girls but there is a main one
the others are just her personalities manifested and they all love the Mc as well but they recognize that they are not the main personality so they wont try to steal him for themselves.
The story is meh been there done that seen this kind of plot many times nothing spectacular
The art is average nothing too dynamic its a comedy manga afterall.
What i like about this series the most are the characters each personality of Aizawa are likeable but the perverted part is the best always cracking up at her ecchi jokes.
I really enjoy usually has me cracking up the comedy is gold.
If you looking for a good comedy manga to read this is a good one and no this isn't a ecchi manga so dont expect boobs everywhere though there are ecchi jokes in there.
I don't normally add harems to my list because I'm not fond of being dragged through endless chapters of minimal development, but my apprehension towards harems have changed after reading Rosario Vampire and Ai Yori Aoshi. So, I eventually caved in and started reading and was totally caught off guard by the series's presentation.
Immediately we get to see the cool intelligent beauty, Aizawa confess to a dumbfounded Souta who eventually encounters more Aizawas all who represent all of Aizawa's emotions and also share the same affection for Souta. From there
on hilarity ensues as Souta and Aizawa figure out the cause of Aizawa's multiplication. In the midst of all this chaos, Souta comes across as an incredibly likable male lead as he is very understanding and accepting of ALL the Aizawas proving that the love Aizawa harbors for him is not driven by the fact that he is the MC.
Aizawa and her body doubles offer many laughs as they adjust to their new lives and a majority of those laughs stem from the perverted Aizawa who steals almost every scene she is in. The humor gets more entertaining as the series expands its character roster and get caught up in Aizawa's situation.
The art conveys each of Aizawa's subtle physical traits very well as each Aizawa has a different hairstyle, accessories, and style . Aside from that, the art is pretty good and nothing really to nitpick.
Overall, Aizawa-San Zoushoku takes a different presentation of the harem genre and infuses it with entertaining humor backed by lovable characters while avoiding much of the negative traits that stigmatize other harem mangas. If you're not really into romance harems you should check out this manga because it will probably change your inhibitions about the genre.