Hi there. So, this time it’s a short shoujo manga. I asked someone I know online ‘Choose a letter from the alphabet’ which he chose twice the letter ‘q’ this week and the previous week. So here’s another review where the title is with a q.
This manga is like part one or the prequel of the manga ‘Queen’s Quality’. The mangaka Kyounosuke Motomi has made other manga’s too and I heard they were pretty good. I don’t know much background information so that that.
Kyuutarou Horikita, the tall, dark and handsome cleaning expert of Kurokado High, is about to meet a sleeping maiden at the school: transfer student Fumi Nishioka! Fumi’s going to learn how to rid the school of nasty spirits with Kyutaro’s help, and her heart will surprisingly be “cleansed” too…!
(Source: VIZ Media)
First of all, it’s a shoujo manga which I personally enjoyed. It’s not only fluffy and cute like most shoujo manga’s and the heroine at least tries to become stronger and even gets stronger.
The concept is original. It’s a cliché with a transfer student and falling in love or something along, but the world is interesting. The supernatural concepts are well explained, but keep being mysterious. I’ve read the sequel for some parts too already so I know what’s happening. I try not to spoil anything and keep as if I know only this one.
The story was okay. Not too fast and quite leisure indeed. The amount of time spent in action, romance and character development are well balanced. I think the only regret is that it had to be made in two parts, so the ending was a bit abrupt.
I liked the characters and the art. The art was the typical shoujo manga style and the characters were not all too much stereotype.
All in all, it’s a good manga, which is why I give it a 7,5/10. It’s not the best one, but it’s quite a good one if I were, to be honest.
Indeed a short review. When I’m writing this (which is the day before the post and I have to leave in 5 minutes), I’m actually unable to think properly, which is why I don’t have a lot to say. My apologies. It’s a bit hectic these days again, which I personally don’t like. Well, hopefully, next week will be better.
See you next time