Oresama Teacher is one of the better manga I've read. The story of a girl who attempted to make the highschool debut of a normal girl while trying to hide her delinquent roots leads to many hilarous situations. The characters are all so lovable with such a diverse cast each having their own unique personality traits. The art is exceptional. Honestly, while looking at the art, I had the urge to attempt drawing them myself (but I could never draw that well).
I only had two concerns with this manga; 1- whether it was lack of explanation or similar looking hair, during some chapters I was extremely confused, at a total lost for who certain characters were, I vaguely remembered they existed but I forgot which school and what their relationship with Mafuyu was.
Second, for a shoujo manga, I as hoping for a few more KYA~! scenes if you know what I mean. There were quite a few scenes with Saeki and Mafuyu that made me fangirl, and when Naoko appeared (spoiler) in the butler suit that one chapter, I totally freaked out because he was so girl (too bad he's really a she), but I wish there were more of those moments.
Oh! And problem 2.5; this might be part of number two because romance scenes are considered fangirlable scenes. Romance is developing excrusiatingly slowly. I mean I'm on the edge of my seat hoping something will happen at those scenes where they mock you leading you on then pushing you out window (figuratively of course). It is frustrating! I am still waiting for a solid crush involving Mafuyu to come up, at least a blush by a guy that stems from the fact she's a girl and not just because of how awesome she is...
Still overall, I love the manga! I'm still reading it (on Chapter 83 right now, I wish I attended japanese school to get those sort of field trips XD). This manga is definitely worth reading though!
The plotline in this story is incredibly good, if not for the small detail that it often gets sidetracted and the plot is often put on hold to explore evry single side character's personal story, disfunction, and family background. It does so in an entertaining way of course, and will no doubt come in handy near a climax, but honestly, do we need to know about the love affairs of a girl who only shows up for a three chapter vacation arc? In any case, the plotline is entertaining, with a delinquent girl struggling to be more feminine, (and failing miserably) a boy who enjoys fighting way too much (I suspect he was raised as a girl, but that particular plothole is yet to be explained an properly filled in) and a teacher who is more suited to join the yakuza. Not to mention they all form a club to keep the delinquents under control and simoultaneously fight the student council who are attempting to run the school into the ground.
The art is nearly flawless, if not for several characters looking extremely similar, causing confusion in some cases. The characters are wonderfully developed, with complex personalities and backgrounds, no matter how simple they appear from day to day. I love this manga.
this manga made me laugh at the most inappropiate times and im pretty sure my mom now thinks im a nutter (which wouldnt be that far from the truth :L). i love the fact that it is nt a typical shoujo where the weak heroine is surrounded by about seven strong guys. The art is also reli cool and the characters are HILARIOUS. Although the storyline can b a little bit confusing u wouldnt want miss out on reading this :)