Every Thursday afternoon, once a month, students at Love High cast their votes in a popularity poll. The result? A brutal ranking system that determines the entire social hierarchy of the school. After starting at the bottom, can new transfer student Suji make her way to the top of the pyramid?
Includes 3 extra chapters.
i adore manipulative protagonists so Suji was a pleasent suprise for me. don't get me wrong, she's not emotionless nor does she have amazing analyical powers, she's just an extremely calculating highschooler in a horrible situation. it's interesting to see a character being bullied and figuring out what to do without secretly being super strong or having another person save them. i'm excited to see where the story will go because there's the entire mystery of the who and how of the pyramid game itself as well as how Suji will go about destroying it.
Okay Ill admit it: I teared up. The thing that sets this apart from other bullying comics is that all the characters felt realistic. The MC isn't kind or nice, she's actually very selfish and only wants to destroy the pyramid game for her own interests.... At first. Until, of course, she learns about the power of friendship. All of the characters had their own motives for being bullies, bystanders or victims; most people weren't completely innocent or guilty.il I cannot stress how much I enjoyed this. The only miniscule things I can say were unenjoyable was bad art at the beginning and names that were too similar. 8.5/10 would read again Trigger warnings: self harm, attempted s/a, bullying, fire
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