Two words that go perfectly together. Yakuza and Girl. You just know there’s going to be a bad ass girl in this. Needless to say, after seeing the title page of a girl wielding a samurai sword, I knew I was going to like this manga.
First of all, here is some background of what the story is. I could write my own thing, but I’m too lazy, so I’ll copy and paste it from somewhere:
Senguu Fumihiro is a young boy that made a promise to his dying grandmother to find a good wife for himself. With this intention he enrolls in a prestigious school but on the first day his world turns upside down when all the students begin to kill each other and one of them even turns into a monster. He is saved by a girl named “Akari”, sent to protect him by one of the factions that rule the school.
Wow, that was much easier than writing it all out. Anyway, here is my review (spoilers, obviously [hence, “review”])
This was a good manga (good enough to write about anyway), but honestly, I was kind of confused by the whole airplane shit. Apparently someone froze the Enola Gay before it dropped the bomb or something, and had to keep it frozen, or else the world would be destroyed. I honestly still am not sure what the fuck it was all about. But the story started out pretty awesome. Bloody, death, some comedy……it was pretty good. Then we get powers, and all sort of Enola Gay shit, and everything got jumbled. But still. I was able to stay with it enough to enjoy it. You wanna know what I didn’t like (but actually kind of did like)? The final frame:
Honestly, how can you end a story like this? Who is this person? Reiko? Just a random slut? WHAT THE HELL!? Did Senguu and Akari go back in time (I still don’t know how they went from modern Japan to WWII Japan)? Could this be Senguu’s grandmother? WHAT……THE…….FUCK!?
FINAL GRADE = 5
With this, I have finally completed 10 manga. Whoopie-dee-doo.
UPDATE: 11 now. Also, XBlade chapter 23 came out….time to read it.