Since nobody has made a review yet I'll give it a shot.
(13 chapters released at the time of this review)
Kanojo wa Rokurokubi is about the everyday life of a teenage Rokurokubi, a person who can stretch their neck incredibly far. It takes place in a world where things like Rokurokubi and other strange supernatural beings are nothing out of the ordinary and live along side humans normally. Unlike most supernatural series, there is no bias for or against these individuals allowing them to use their powers freely and openly. There is no real plot (it's an SOL comedy after all) but the story does move as the MC and her childhood friend start getting closer to forming a relationship.
The art fits the atmosphere very well. It's fairly detailed but becomes sillier when comically appropriate (i.e. funny/exaggerated anime faces). This adds to the comedy while still keeping the rest of the manga looking good. The supernatural aspects (i.e. long-neck people) don't look out of place and blend well with the world.
The main character, Kanoi, is a tomboy with no problems using her abilities as a Rokurokubi for trivial things, like sticking your head out the window while lying in bed or reading over someone's shoulder from 6 feet away. Her liberal use of being a Rokurokubi gives the story lots of wiggle room and keeps things interesting.
Itsuki, Kanoi's childhood friend (who she likes) goes along well with her. He's dense, but it's not to a ridiculous extreme and it makes the transition from "childhood friends -> eventual couple" relationship between him and the MC feel real.
One strong point of this series is that most of the characters have somewhat tomboyish and awkward aspects to their personalities making them feel realistic.
The antics of having supernatural abilities combined with the tomboyish natures of the cast make for an entertaining read. The author comes up with many clever uses of having an incredibly long neck that keeps the manga funny. Not everything has to do with supernatural elements however. At it's core it's still a SOL so the interactions between characters and their relationships still play a big part, the supernatural elements just help set it apart. Lastly, the somewhat awkward atmosphere between Kanoi and Itsuki makes their relationship as friends realizing they have feelings towards eacother feel real and makes for some funny moments.
if you like tomboys, SOL with supernatural aspects or just want something enjoyable Kanojo wa Rokurokubi is worth a try. read more