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Fukushuu Kyoushitsu

Fukushuu Kyoushitsu

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Synonyms: Revenge Classroom
Japanese: 復讐教室


Type: Manga
Volumes: 7
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Finished
Published: Jun 2013 to Oct 2016
Authors: Yamazaki, Karasu (Story), Kaname, Ryuu (Art)
Serialization: E★Everystar


Score: 7.391 (scored by 1958 users)
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Ranked: #46212
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Fujisawa Ayana was horribly bullied at school. At first, she tried to defend herself, but she soon learned to just stay quiet and wait for the pain to end. However, the bullying escalated one day, when someone pushed her into traffic. At the hospital, as she recovered, she suddenly realized that even if she didn't fight back, her classmates were probably going to eventually kill her.

From this realization, she soon decided that the only path left was for her to take revenge. Her new plan included the students who bullied her, those who stood aside and laughed, and those who did nothing to make it stop. She began gathering notes on her classmates, planning exactly what she could do to make each of their lives collapse. While some of the students really seemed to deserve their fate, her plan also included classmates that she used to count as close friends...

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Igarashi, Hayato
Okazaki, Anna
Abe, Yuuki
Inaba, Yui
Kobayashi, Masatoshi

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Aug 12, 2015
Revenir (All reviews)
After stumbling upon this series and seeing a couple of pages I decided to check it out because it looked gory and the name sounded interesting. It's a good thing that I didn't expect much, because that's just about what I got. This is one of the edgiest manga I have ever read.

Story: 2/10
The story revolves around the main character who is bullied for whatever reason by various classmates. It's not really explained, she's just really bulliable I suppose. She holds no dislikable qualities, and hasnt done anything to harbor any ill feelings from her classmates. She passively takes it until she's nearly killed by read more
Jun 7, 2015
ArcLeak (All reviews)
So, what is revenge classroom about?
Well, that's simple. It's about revenge.
Story- 10
I haven't really seen many manga or anime that do this.
They take someone who's been bullied, and in this case, the protagonist, Ayana, is consistently raped and stolen from, among other things.
And then, she's almost killed when pushed in front of a car.
And what does she decide to do?
Ruin the lives of everyone in her classroom. Gather information, and put plans into motion. Simple, yet the sheer anticipation kept me hooked in the story.
It's strangely invigorating, watching Ayana plan and execute her revenge.
Art- 9
The art fits the story and genres of the story extremely read more
Apr 11, 2015
ManvsPillow (All reviews)
I don't usually write reviews for ongoing series, especially not so early on, but I feel I should make an exception for the sake of giving this manga a good early analysis. Also, a fair warning, if this review seems excessively long, feel free to skip to "Summary."
I originally found this manga through a series randomizer. This one popped up and I noticed it's genres included "horror" and "psychological," so I thought that I may as well give it a try, seeing as my first impression based on the synopsis and picture painted this manga as a good, enjoyable, dark manga, and in many ways read more
Jun 2, 2015
MangaGreat (All reviews)
I really, really enjoyed this manga. By the time I reached the latest chapter -- chapter nine as of currently -- I was nearly bouncing off the wall with adrenaline and demands for more.

Such 'revenge against bullies' type manga often has this effect. Really, it's essentially their purpose. Our hero achieves 'justice' against despicable people and, in the process, makes the readers feel good that 'bad people' get their due punishment and the bullied gets a sense of closure.

Fukushuu Kyoushitsu is exceptionally good at this for a few reasons, but first and foremost is that the main hero, Ayana, uses her smarts rather than a read more


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