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Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai

Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai

Alternative Titles

English: I'm Obsessed With My Little Bro!
Synonyms: AneChika!!, No For Thing Is Nearer Than Brothers And Sisters.
Japanese: 姉弟ほど近く遠いものはない


Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 123
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 31, 2013 to May 13, 2016
Genres: Comedy, School
Authors: Ogi, Hatsumi (Story), Fuyujima, Kure (Art)
Serialization: Shounen Edgestar


Score: 6.961 (scored by 1181 users)
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Ranked: #101562
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Popularity: #2385
Members: 4,173
Favorites: 14
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Ane (older sister) is uber perfect; she's beautiful, intelligent and is admired as the president of the student council. But, when it comes to her little brother, she goes nuts, unable to control her over-the-top obsession with him. Their days get even more chaotic surrounded by a bunch of oddballs, from a mentally-disturbed best friend, their little sister with a sister complex, an ex-punk convenience store manager, a hardcore masochist, a loli-con and more! Casual comedy perfect for filling your spare time.

(Source: Manga Box)


Kyoudai hodo Chikaku Tooimono wa Nai was simultaneously published in Japanese, Chinese and English (as I'm Obsessed With My Little Bro!) on DeNA's Manga Box app, though English translation was halted after 31 chapters.


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Nov 26, 2015
MiloMinderbinder (All reviews)
Subtlety has never been a particular strong point of comedy manga which is usually filled with over the top reactions, ludicrous scenarios and hyperbole one-dimensional characters to such an extent as to even make ‘The Hangover’ in contrast seem like a deep and sophisticated parody of 21st century party culture and the excesses of modern man. The perpetuation of tropes and stock characters combined with the short length and self-preserving need to give the audience what they want often results in a very slap-stick style which whilst not preventing manga from being witty at least lends itself more to larger-than-life comedy.

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