Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai truly is one of a kind.
It has a mix of Takagi-san feels and Nagatoro-san bullying.
Not gonna lie I picked this up because of it’s eye-catching cover and as a fan of stories like this, I said “Why not?”
The manga’s plot is relatively simple. Kubo-san teases Shiraishi, he overthinks and life continues as usual basically an episodic plot expect for a certain few chapters where the author focuses on one of the main characters’s additional stories that have little relation to the other main character. As expected from a romance manga, this makes me scream inside as it’s just
too damm cute.
Art is beautiful, if you can agree with this sentence then you will love Kubo-san.
When designing Kubo’s art design Nene Yukimori really doesn’t hold back,
The sweater that almost covers up the whole hand and the smile really makes
Kubo-san quite a unique character as for our lad, Shiraishi he looks like the default character of a person that barely gets noticed.
Characters in this manga are top-notch especially the main characters.
An innocent and a cute Kubo-san along with a unacknowledged Shiraishi-Kun who is seen as the air unless he does something that gets attention unlike others Shiraishi gets noticed by Kubo easily. Now the support charters, we got Kubo’s older sister who is someone has a a very loud and playful personality along with other small support characters like Kubo’s cousin, Shiraishi’s younger brother and Kubo’s two close friends although there is little screen time for them so I can’t give them an review yet.
Overall I will give it a solid 9. We got great characters, great art, great setting and the best part about this is you will actually enjoy reading this although there are some downsides which are it’s episodic plot.
I gladly recommend this manga to anyone who likes romance manga especially Takagi-san or Nagatoro-san, it’s like a gem hidden by all the other romance mangas released in 2019 so like give it a shot.