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Monster Petite Panic

Monster Petite Panic

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Japanese: モンスターぷちパニック


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 5
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 30, 2013 to Mar 28, 2014
Authors: Kanda, Neko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Karen


Score: 7.581 (scored by 1050 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Suzuki Kojirou, whose Kago is Ifrit, is a member of the public morals committee at a high school which gathers a lot of students whose “Kago” powers are stronger than normal people. But, for some reason, he’s being pestered everyday by the super beautiful president of the public morals committee, Asagiri Lauri—whose Kago is Leviathan—who always has to run around solving all kinds of problems within the school because of his strong power.

(Source: Canis Major Scanlations)


Monster Petite Panic was published in Polish by Dango on January 25, 2016.


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Nov 29, 2015
Another amazing work by Kanda Neko. I loved the concept, loved the characters, loved the art, loved absolutely everything! First of all, I must say this is a sweet, romantic, fluffy Shounen-ai, so if you’re a fan of intense H-scenes and smutty scenes this is probably not the ideal manga for you. But if you like fluff, you’re in luck!

Story – 8/10
In fact, the story is pretty simple and sweet. It starts with two main characters, Suzuki Kojirou and Asagiri Lauri, whose “Kago” powers are opposite are much stronger than those within normal people. Surprisingly, Kojirou's first love, a pretty Mermaid princess turns out read more
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May 23, 2016
An adorable, sweet and fluffy shounen-ai that had me smiling throughout. It is a very short manga, but Kanada sensei still manages quite a bit of character development, particularly with Koujirou (I loved seeing him open up as he notices Lau's attention). The premise and plot are not particularly original, but the execution is clever and uniquely Kanda-sensei -esque.
That aside, I think the goal of this manga was comedy, and that goal was definitely achieved.
The interactions between the protagonists were adorable in their innocence and light-heartedness, and the side characters added an extra funny element to the story.

My one qualm: It is not clear read more
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