Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet
A beautiful manga At the time I started his anime not expecting much but in his first chapters he began to hook me up little by little that I could not wait 1 week for Anime and I went to manga .. From there began my adventure for this manga. Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet is a school manga that shows us protagonists of some classic characters Romeo and Juliet you could say that it is a plot already widely used and recycled but by following the story you see that it is not. The author shows us what the best of manga
is for me and it is the variety of characters so charismatic the secondary are very good since in the course of the manga these are related to any of the 2 protas and show us their development with them What I think is great. Another strong point is how the author makes it clear that it is a love story of 1 single couple not of a love triangle, so you expect a solid love story between Romeo and Juliet without any third party getting in the way. This story follows the classic of a forbidden love where they, being recognized characters in their school, try to hide their love as well as possible, but they know that they cannot last like this forever, so their main objective is to "Change the World". The whole manga is focused on this in how the protas want the world to change and accept their relationship. In the course of the manga everything becomes more difficult and new characters that influence the story and especially in the evolution of the protagonists come out this seems to me a very good point to make the secondary are not episodes and are characters that have importance with them. Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet is a school manga so it has many episodes "Slice of Life" where we see the day-to-day life of the protas hiding their relationship or relating to other characters at school but this point is not heavy the author knows how to plan these situations so that it does not look like "Stuffing or something unnecessary" this makes following the Manga very comfortable and does not feel heavy to follow; other than that it puts "shonen" arches or action scenes that look great from my point of view. In my personal opinion I love this manga is one of the first that I followed and I feel very nostalgic that it ends, for my part very happy with everything and it is a wonderful manga and that above all you take a very big affection to all his characters, as soon as Drawing is very good not becoming a work of art but having a more than decent level, the story is great moves slowly but flows through its characters so it is consumed very well. Anyway this was my review, from here I am with tears in my eyes seeing how one of my favorite works has come to an end ... Until forever Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet has been a wonderful manga.
Don't expect a really good review, this goes all to my opinions and experience about the manga and this is my first time making a review so yeah, Anyways the comedy is really funny, its so top notch that its going to overtake Konosuba in my opinion, ,the romance is good, you know the good ol classic cliche in every romance anime well they kinda have one but its kinda different because the plot is really amazing and lastly the plot, the plot is really good and i don't want to spoil anything but its kinda like nisekoi so yeah, The art is great it's
just normal not amazing or not ugly it's just normal, The Characters well they are pretty well developed once such event happens well... it does have a bit of drama i think?, Overall its 10/10
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet started as a one-shot I absolutely loved and is a modern take on the Romeo&Juliet formula.If you like that stuff this is right up your ally. If you don't wait a second before clicking off of this page.
While it has a dated formula I've seen used so many fucking times(and the cockblocks are unreal) it's still an entertaining show.
The chapters are pretty long and focus mainly on the main couple as they try and keep their relationship secret from(mostly) everybody as new characters are introduced and their relationship deepens. It has some comedy, and can be pretty funny.
The main&side characters
are pretty decent. Art is good and cute but I just think my standards are too low on that part since I really don't give a shit about art as long as it's not OPM webtoon level.
Overall good show,it still doesn't have a lot of chapters but the show is pretty fast paced and keeps you hooked as the plot thickens.To wrap this short review up this manga is worth reading.Some people might not like it but for me it's a very good manga.
Kishuku Gakkou no Juliet, or Boarding School Juliet, although was a rather enjoyable experience to read, does not fall into my category of an outstanding romantic comedy, but rather as your typical cliche romantic comedy story.
Similar to the original "Romeo and Juliet" story written by William Shakespeare, protagonists Persia and Inuzuka are the leaders of the rivaling House White Cats and House Black Dogs respectively. And exactly like the original story these two get together and become a secret couple, doing everything they can so no one but their most trusted ones know of their forbidden relationship.
Boarding School Juliet is similar to many other Japanese
romantic comedies with having two lover protagonists go through many trials and events while resulting in the strengthening of their bonds. There's not exactly anything special or remarkable about this story. That doesn't mean its boring; it still contains many scenes that can melt the readers heart and wish the protagonists for the best.
But like many Japanese romantic comedies, it lacks a story with depth. There's not much of an overall main theme or lesson being taught. And if there is, it's expressed very weakly and hardly noticeable. Boarding School Juliet is just another story that uses a cute romance story to hook the reader into continuing. While this does have a low risk, there's also a low reward on top of that.
I myself am an avid reader and personally enjoy the romantic comedy genre, considering it as one of my guilty pleasures. If you aren't looking for a strong story with great and well developed characters, then try out Boarding School Juliet. It's definitely a fun and heartwarming experience that is hard to regret spending time on. But if you are looking for the type of story just mentioned, then it is best just to skip this one for now.
Looking for some cute school romance packed with fanservice and cute girls? Look no further, because Kishuku is just the manga for you!
The story is nothing we haven't seen before: a forbidden romance, in which the two leaders of rivaling clans/dorms fall in love and must be careful to keep their relationship a secret. Cue misunderstandings, hijinks, and characters going to comedic lengths to hide their budding romance. There's nothing wrong with the story, but this is definitely not the manga's strong point.
I have no complaints about the art. It's cute and well-drawn. The backgrounds are gorgeous. Snippets of ecchi and some
frames are drawn just for the sake of fanservice, so there's good and bad parts about it.
Ah yes, the driving point of this manga. This manga is so jam-packed with cute girl characters that it almost feels like a harem manga. The male lead is a bumbling idiot who stands blindly for his beliefs and morals, and often ends up paying the price by getting beaten up by his own subordinates. The female lead is smol, cute, and pure-hearted. More characters include a super-kawaii second fem. lead, and a pervy glasses guy. There is not a single character you will not have seen in some harem/ shonen romance manga before, but you love them nonetheless.
There is literally nothing new or unique about this manga. Yet, despite this, you will be eager for each chapter release. It's a formula for success.
I'm trying to give a fair rating, and originality is an important factor in judging. But if you're okay with reading a manga full of the common tropes and story arcs, then give it a shot. You're bound to enjoy it.
My ideal romance manga(of the little that I have taken to actually finish) is simple. 2 characters and a whole bunch of unique cast of supports. Nisekoi was one of my favorites for a while as even though the plot was litterly one of the worst with a horrible MC and predictable ending, I still enjoyed it for the comedy and for what it was. Then came Juliet of Boarding School(Side note: What kind of title is that???).
The one-shot was alright, not bad, not good, but not much you actually can do when your limited to,well, a one-shot. Still i liked it. Then came
the first chapter. Then the next. By the time I was finished I had already come to chapter 16. I woke up and started reading till i caught up. Truth be told, this manga is like crack for me. Addictive and hard to put down even though you know its bad for you.
First off the story. If you've ever read Romeo and Juliet(or at least know the story) then this should prove to be familar enough. Some dude from japan goes to a borading school that also happens to house students from Europe of wherever. And know what? The two countries just happen to hate each other. But the dude and some girl from the other country like each other but can't be found out. Normally I'd say screw the plot cause we've all heard the secret lovers thing before but nope. The story kept itself refeshing enough after the one-shot that really made me enjoy it. A perfect mix of comedy and seriousness and points where I could actually root for the MC who actually wasn't a freakin dense as hell asshole. The only problem I ever had was that by the end of the chapter we know that the characters can't actually get together for the sake of being burned to the stake. Yet that wasn't the goal of the manga. The manga is to show the relationship between the 2 characters and honestly it was perfect.
Then the cast. I have a fond respect to an MC who actually gets his shit together and mans up. "Oh man when is he finnaly gonna confess his feelings?" Well the very first chapter to be exact. Thats all i need. Juliet is.... Well i can't say she's the best female lead Ive ever seen but the author does let her become a decent enough charcter witj plenty of "adorable(ew)" moments. Hazuki all the way, shame she dosen't even get a character page on this website. Honestly I could go on all day. Great cast of characters.
The art is great, no problems there. Well......except for the fanservice. Those kind of moments never really bother me as long as theres still some plot to salvage which thankfully this manga does faithfully. Still a shower scene, beach chapters, etc.....just......cmon author....
Honestly I really cannot wait for the next chapter to come. Juliet of the whatever has replaced Nisekoi and sits alongside Kaguya:Love is War and Horimiya as my 3 favorite romance manga. I'd reccomend the one-shot to test the waters whether you would actually want to read the manga or not, however keep in mind that the one shot does spoil one or two major plot points down the road but thats about it.
For a reccoemndation to read after I'd say go for Kaguya-sama Love is War as its comedy is on level and sometimes a lot more with Juliet. Both manga have become weekly recently so there is always more to read from here on out to the future onward.
What I found fun about this manga is that well it's cliche, but it's a good kind of cliche, and it does enough variation on the formula and characters to make it interesting.
The manga basically is... well Rome and Juliet at a highschool, told mainly from Inudzuka Romeo's POV but while the world's not that well developed, the characters are done quite well.
Juliet Percia and Inudzuka Romeo aren't just simply rehashes of Rome and Juliet. They don't just go head over heels over one another. The manga does it's time to develop their history, develop how they fall in love, but not too
long. They get the fact that they're interested in one another over with, which is very welcome. The story instead has focused on the two trying to against all odds, get to know each other better and have a normal relationship.
And despite the short number of chapters, the manga's so far actually avoided a lot of typical manga cliche traps despite the setup being cliche. It avoids the harem route, but also avoids the paragon route. There are many girls in Inudzuka's life, but while he's not 100% omg I can't even look at anybdy but Percia, he's devoted, but tempted. It's very human and good writing for a character.
It avoids Percia being a ridiculous tsundere. She is a bit tsundere, but it's an understandable shyness and awkwardness that comes from the fact that she and Inudzuka used to fight a lot.
It also avoids the "liar reveal everything goes terrible" trope. Inudzuka's not an idiot. Well, he is in some ways, but he has friends who don't do heel face turns once they find out.
All in all, the characters are good, the story is fun, a good manga.
Ah, que obra boa.
Juliet vem como uma obra interessante, por sua proposta baseada no clássico de Shakespeare, e também, por colocar o casal a namorar logo no começo da obra, por mais que o namoro deles seja daqueles de ficarem envergonhados ao segurarem as mãos, é legal ver como a relação deles vai evoluindo, já que tem que ser tudo por de baixo dos panos, e ao mesmo tempo os outros personagens também vão ganhando seu desenvolvimento.
Em certo momento, pode se tornar cansativo ler o mangá, tendo a impressão de que a história não está indo para frente. Mas eu lhes garanto
uma coisa, ela está. Não se trata só de desenvolver os personagens, mas de desenvolver o seu carinho por eles.
E é com base nisso, que a reta final de Juliet é algo esmagador para seus sentimentos. São muitas partes emocionantes.
E então chegamos no final. O Japão está repleto de boas obras que se perdem, ou tem finais ruins, mas Juliet não é uma delas, o final de Juliet é simplesmente perfeito. Não tenho como ter reclamações, foi algo que me fez chorar e rir, ao mesmo tempo.
Para os fãs de uma boa comédia romântica, Juliet é uma obra indispensável.