Hino-san no Baka

Vol: 3+; Ch: 78+
2017 - ?
4.109 out of 5 from 158 votes
Rank #4,375
Hino-san no Baka

Class president and overall good girl Koguma is concerned that her classmate Hino often skips classes by spending her time behind one of the school buildings. Koguma feels it's her duty to guide Hino down a better path, even if it means going along with Hino's unusual requests.

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So, basically, the story follows Class President Koguma trying to convince her friend Hino to attend class, but she often has to do some task for her. It's a girl's love manga that for the most part is formulaic. To be honest, it can be a boring read because it starts off every chapter with Koguma having to do some potentially lewdish task for Hino, only for Hino to then reveal that she wasn't intending for her to do it that way. After the first chapters, the plot does pick up with Hino realizing that she was burdening Koguma, but Koguma was willing to do so because she was...her friend. Yeah, sure, let's go with that. Afterwards, they exchange phone numbers and refer to each other by their first name. Their interactions thereafter become legitimately sweet as you can tell that they both care for each other. Maybe as more than friends.  Characters...they are the main ones. Koguma is the typical good girl who tries to be the motivator. Hino is lazy, outrageous, and has that morbid love of teasing Koguma. Out of the two, Hino is the one that has the most character to her. Especially when she began to realize that she was burdening her after seeing what kind of life she had in the classroom. And her interactions with Koguma - when she isn't doing lewd things to her - is truly sweet. Despite her trickster nature, she does truly value Koguma as her friend. She was even willing to cut ties with Koguma so that she wouldn't suffer more. Koguma...sadly, has less characterization. Aside from getting flustered easily, she comes off as being too flat. She starts to question whether Hino has feelings for her, but she comes off as too one-note.  The art is bland. It was obviously drawn by someone with skills, but it isn't awe-inspiring. The shading often feels off in places. It doesn't overall distratct from the rest of the story, but I feel like that should be noted. Overall, a pretty average GL manga. While it has some pros such as Hino and the gradual development of the girls' relationship, it is otherwise a forgettable manga that becomes too formulaic and tedious of a read.

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