Arakure Ojou-sama wa MonMon Shiteiru

Vol: 4+; Ch: 35+
2018 - ?
3.855 out of 5 from 132 votes
Rank #8,985
Arakure Ojou-sama wa MonMon Shiteiru

Meet Tsubaki Kuchinashi, the Manhater Prince. Beautiful and popular, Tsubaki's core strength in high school comes from her position as the principal's granddaughter - suffice it to say, but any student or teacher who even looks at her the wrong way could be expelled at a moment's notice. Meet Tadashi Kiritsu, the head of the Public Morals Committee. As sharp and rigid as his glasses, Tadashi despises Kuchinashi's iron grip on the school. Naturally, a challenge to her rule bothers Kuchinashi, and she decides to get rid of him as soon as possible. Her plan? Get him in a honey trap. However, that's easier said than done. 

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Do you like Kaguya-Sama: Love is War? Do you want a more perverted version of that with less story and less likeable characters? Then this is the manga for you! Despite how that sounded, this manga isn't bad at all.  I guess you can't go too wrong copying a masterpiece. Story: Female MC is a rich, obnoxious misandrist who's adoring fans disrupt public order wherever she goes. Male MC is a strict morals officer at school who ain't havin none of that. Their daily disputes inspire FMC to attempt to have him expelled. Her plan is to tempt him into a sexual relationship with her in order to falsely accuse him of rape. Yikes. An unpleasant premise made much better by FMC's incompetence and MMC's utter contempt for her efforts. It becomes a battle of wits between a very sexually repressed, naive brat and a boy that will not bend an inch on his morals. It's surprisingly funny once you see that the girl will be constantly getting her comeuppance for having such a monstrous goal (not that the boy always fares well either). Characters: This is the primary strength of this manga. FMC is very hard to like inicially. She starts off as a villain protagonist who falls under the "queen of the lesbians" archetype. Usually authors will give this kind of character narrative invincibility for some reason, but thankfully that is avoided here. She can barely do anything right without MMC throwing her scheme right back in her face. But the reason she becomes a likable character is due to this: Once she starts trying to tempt MMC, her sexuality is awakened with a vengeance. Her humiliating journey from man-hating bitch to man-hungry pervert is so funny to watch. It's surprisingly endearing and you end up liking her despite her inicial villainy.        MMC is also quite a strong character. He is an immovable object when it comes to public morals, he's intelligent enough to deduce exactly what FMC is attempting to do, and he does not put up with her behaviour. For apparently the first time in anime history, a boy isn't a complete doormat around every girl. You've got to respect that since it's such a rare trait in manga. However, he eventually becomes so aroused by FMC that her schemes become a real struggle for self control. So we have two strong main characters. Unfortunately, the rest of the cast is barely present. They exist for the convenience of that particular episode, not as fleshed out characters in their own right. Only about 3 reoccur in any meaningful way. Art: This is a little tough to judge since it's kind of unique. The quality can vary quite a bit. Much of the time it looks great, but derpy drawings will occasionally appear. Characters look pretty good, especially FMC. She is very expressive. The author also allows them to change costumes and hairstyles once in a while, which is rare in anime and therefore a plus. Backgrounds are utilitarian. Overall, I think this is a very funny story with (eventually) quite likeable characters and an unique art style. 

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