The school year starts off well when Mimori befriends the beautiful Nana, but things quickly turn sour for her when she is chosen to be the class representative. Through a series of unfortunate events, she finds herself the focus of attention by three boys and her teachers for all the wrong reasons! Mimori is reunited with Atsushi, a boy she knew in elementary school--and it turns out he despises her for allegedly bullying him in their grade school days. In fact, he plans to exact a little revenge!
I would recomend this... but not really as a high priority. The plot line of Tokyo Boys and Girls is easy to fall into, but because the art is dated and the basic story is anything but basic, it's easy to get distracted, too. I love the back story of Mimori and Haruta, but all the characters have moments when you just kind of want to slap them. It's a good story and I enjoyed it, but others... read more
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