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.
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 to be this “Merman” Lauri whom he can't even remember his first name after became classmates for 2 months. Very cute story about how opposites attract. Although we can’t see any intense physical contact at all, beside just a "sort of hinted" blowjob at the end, story is quite emotional with some interesting demon battles. Both plot and enchanted MC are too promising to be one volume manga or end this way which is why this grade isn’t a 10.
Art – 9/10
This story really is cute and what helps it is its beautiful style art. These characters are really well drawn and have a small alteration that makes them different than another person. Everything is well-drawn with some hilarious chibis. I liked the art, it had its own style, was very well drawn and consistently good, and the characters were pretty hot.
Character – 9/10
Like I mention before, we are instantly given our two main characters right off the bat that both provide two different personalities. Fire and Water seem like polar opposites of what they should be, like characters themselves: the ifrit/efreet is cold and standoffish like Kojirou; the water sprite is warm and passionate like Lauri. Both characters are very likeable and interesting in their own way, although there isn’t much of a deep character development shown because the story is just too short.
Enjoyment – 9/10
This is a really great manga and extremely rewarding in a way if you get it a chance. Personally I fell in with it. I had so much fun reading the sweetness of the story. It was an intense and enjoyable ride from beginning to end, of course if you find that you like in this series. Since this is more a shounen-ai than true yaoi, there’s no explicit scenes shown (just one at the end but not so explicit) which can disappoint some yaoi fans. But most important thing here is that, the story is told with great care and the relationship feels true and so damn cute.
Overall – 9/10
Overall I was pleasantly surprised and intend to read this again some day. But this story might not appeal to everyone because it’s a fluff with no real H-scenes and a lot of super power stuff, humor and really cute love scenes. If you're looking for some intense boy-on-boy action, please move along. And I must also say I was very sad because it felt kinda short. I hope sensei'll make a sequel soon! read more
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 to me at all whether its easier for the characters to be in their human form or their Kago form. One of the side characters keeps forgetting to hide his horns, and Lau had more trouble than usual keeping his human form when his Kago powers got particularly strong. But when Lau stays in his Kago form for several days, he exhausts himself. This is very confusing (it's not a particularly important issue, and itdidn''t detract from my enjoyment, but I do like it when a universe is internally consistent).read more