Mischievous Nagatoro-san always bugs Senpai to get a reaction out of him. What is her motivation? Does she just want to create misery for Senpai? Or maybe she secretly likes him?
So far it is a cute, funny story. The main character is a artsy nerd who's scared of his own shadow. A cute underclassman takes an interest in him, and displays it by harassing him constantly. It has been interesting to what their relationship progress.
It's not at all an exaggeration when I say that the eyes are what first sparked my interest in this manga and are predominantly what maintains my interest as the series continues. I've read my fair share of manga, but I can't think of any other with eyes this expressive and beautiful. As Nagatoro tease-flirts with the unnamed senpai and enjoys herself, her irises fluidly change size and color and grow Ringlets of Mischief. Which contrasts with her almost lifeless stare when she engages with other boys. And then there's her Almond Eyes of Don't-Touch-My-Man, which perfectly evoke possessive jealousy. As for the senpai, his eyes wiggle and squirm behind his glasses as he tries to avoid confrontation. It's really cute seeing Nagatoro demean and mock her senpai, but at the same time wanting him to be the best that he can be (as evidenced by her pushing him to get into shape physically and encouraging him to ask for what he wants). She often teases him by repeating what he says, finding perverted subtext behind his actions and words, and calling him gross. And she playfully beats him with her noodly appendages. Sometimes, things will go further than she expected and she ends up embarrassed and blushing. We also see her getting swept along by her friends, who enjoy mocking the senpai purely for mockery's sake, and upping her insulting game when she's around them. But then again, she'll also defend him when she thinks her friends go too far and acts possessive of him when they try to bully him (since bullying is flirting for her). [Reviewed at chapter 50]
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