Saotome-kun is admitted into a school full of gyarus and meets a delinquent girl named Hanako Kuzuryu.
It's pretty funny story, where there are a lot of delinquent girls in an all girls school who end up falling in love with the only guy who attends their school. Nothing ground breaking but it follows the harem trope well and the main girl is a super tsundere yankee type character that fights for his attention with the women who are after him, making it funny every time a new bad girl gets introduced as they get steam rolled by her. Read if you are a fan of harems. Stay away if you are a crazy person like the first reviewer.
The events of chapter 7 are where the story lost any respect I might have had for it up to that point. Though looking back, I can see that the story was trending in a bad direction even before that. The worthwhile aspect of the manga is the idea of the sole boy in a mostly-girls' school being bullied and sexually harassed and the cool-looking Hanako saving him. The problem is that that plotline literally only occurs in the first two chapters. After that, the boy starts giving off a stronger (and at times, patronizing) attitude and all the girls around him start falling in love with him. The story also starts emphasizing Hanako's weak points in order to allow the boy to support her, but in the process stops emphasizing the cool-looking aspect which made her initially interesting. Unfortunately, what could've developed into an interesting romance with power dynamics and fighting among delinquent girls is instead looking like it'll be yet another uninspired harem story with no depth or tension to it. Why couldn't they have made a story where the bullying and delinquency felt like more than just a backdrop? Where characters' motives consisted of more than "I want him to fall in love with me"? [Reviewed at chapter 16]
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