Onanie Master Kurosawa, Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui! Recommendations
Both main characters have limited contact with others and most of the dialogue takes place in the main character's head.
In Onani Master Kurosawa the main character wants to be left alone. While in "It's My Fault I'm Not Popular" the main character strives to popular but lacks even the most basic social skills.
"At just one glance, I can tell, she's just the same as I am. One who is not good at expressing him or herself. 'The aloof students.'"
Secondary education is a period often romanticized in manga, characterized by years filled with fun, freedom, and friends. But for those who fail to connect with others, be it for lack of ability or lack of trying, those years can be hell, as fewer things cut deeper than the derision of one's peers. These manga provide a look into the sexual frustrations faced by these socially-challenged students during their adolescent years. These
Onani Master Kurosawa
Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!
(I will be referring to the latter by its English title: "It's Not My Fault I'm Not Popular!"
Both of these manga revolve around a character who is a social outcast with perverted hobbies; one arguably moreso than the other. This isn't all that uncommon with a lot of characters these days, so why these two manga in particular? The one thing that they have in common is the thing that will make or break either series for the reader:
Both will make you cringe of second hand embarrassment.
The characters in both manga suffer