Kuro Gyaru-san ga Kuru! - Recommendations

Kuro Gyaru-san ga Kuru!

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Kyou mo Kurosaki-san no Turn!

Kyou mo Kurosaki-san no Turn!

Renge Kurosaki is your regular run-of-the-mill gyaru, but she hides a secret that she shares only with our lowly protagonist Yashiro: she loves card games.

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Gal to Tsukiacchatta Anthology

Gal to Tsukiacchatta Anthology

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Gyaru Kishi Angelica

Gyaru Kishi Angelica

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Gyaru to Ii Koto Shichau: Anthology Comic

Gyaru to Ii Koto Shichau: Anthology Comic

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Atsugari Seitokaichou to Hieshou Gyaru ga Boku ni Semaru

Atsugari Seitokaichou to Hieshou Gyaru ga Boku ni Semaru

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Kuro Gyaru wa Zatsu ni Manabitai!

Kuro Gyaru wa Zatsu ni Manabitai!

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Boku no Seito wa Otona Gyaru

Boku no Seito wa Otona Gyaru

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Gals Police 24-ji

Gals Police 24-ji

The Gals Police are two sexy police women that will arrest anyone that gets in their way of being lazy. They barely do their job, but no one can deny their beauty and attitude. Nicknamed the "Poli-Ne" ("Police Sister"), these two only think about their own beauty and clubbing while arresting the petty criminals of Kashiwa-city.

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Please Tell Me! Galko-chan

Please Tell Me! Galko-chan

Gyaruko-chan always speaks her mind, which may not be the wisest decision in all cases, but it's never short of entertaining! Meet the exuberant and unbelievably busty high schooler, Gyaruko, as she traverses the ups and downs of adolescence with spirit and verve, alongside her best friends--the anti-social loner, Otako, and the unpredictably honest, Ojou.

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Midashitai Giya-san to Midarenai Tadamichi

Midashitai Giya-san to Midarenai Tadamichi

Giya Ruko is a gyaru girl who is always at odds with the Public Morals Committee rep Shindou Tadamichi because of her tendency to show off too much skin against school regulations. In one instance, she taunts Shindou to just adjust her clothes for her since he's so damn worried about it... which he surprisingly does, with immovable determination and seriousness. How can she prevail against a boy who'd go through such sincere lengths to preserve her dignity? 

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