Imori 201's review~

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HEY HEY remember this is my own PERSONAL reviews! Also this manga tips into the ECCHI scales so i do not recommend for younger audiences.

Also sorry for not posting for awhile what can i say Christmas? lel

Manga name: Imori 201
Chapters: 27 (have not seen a upload yet)
Status: Ongoing
Ranking: 616
Source: Batoto (EN)

please note this manga was Suggested by my good friend: Megan

DESCRIPTION: In both middle school and high school, Kawashima hadn't had any luck with girls, buut this is a day that a miracle encounter came to him! Apartment where he moved, there was a high school girl living as his neighbor and in addition to that, she is living alone! In a situation that any man will admire, Kawashima's tension is hyped up. However there was also a odd part to it, like she likes o drink beer. What is her identity? (It's a little ecchi JK comedy!)

Categories: Comedy, Drama, Romance, Ecchi, School Life, Slice of Life, Seinen, Shoujo Ai,


My personal review!: Though i was shocked about the amount of Ecchi in here as this was not one of my choices to read/post i had it suggested by a friend, But to be honest i like this manga because it's comedy is interesting also the "romance" between the two are funny to watch as the story progresses IF you don't mind all the Ecchi i recommend this manga. My personal ranking: 6/10

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Different color are always good to the eyes and gives of a pleasant feeling.
Great review ace Grin

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Arsudar
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Ok I don't know that this mange is a little bit ecchi like this. I was about to read it but I decide to not read it after reading your review.

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(09-21-2016, 02:18 PM)Arsudar Wrote: Ok I don't know that this mange is a little bit ecchi like this. I was about to read it but I decide to not read it after reading your review.

Most of the new manga belong to the echo genre. Mangakas are trying to make profit. They are not trying to make a good story anymore.

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(09-22-2016, 12:51 PM)Nel Wrote: Most of the new manga belong to the echo genre. Mangakas are trying to make profit. They are not trying to make a good story anymore.
To some extent we can say that, like most new manga series follow a "trend" (for example the "resurrected into a new world"). That's okay, but the problem is the stories are so cliche and mundane. Some tried to create something unique. the others, fail tremendously. 
Some may argue that it's due to their hard life, .etc.... That can be one of the main reasons, however, all of those attempts are just for temporary cash. In long term, all of "copy cat" series will absolutely be crushed by better, more unique series. And then mangakas have to struggle to create something new. But you know, in such a harsh conditions, very few can succeed, most others have to consider abandon mangaka career to ensure their life.

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(09-24-2016, 02:29 AM)Arsudar Wrote: To some extent we can say that, like most new manga series follow a "trend" (for example the "resurrected into a new world"). That's okay, but the problem is the stories are so cliche and mundane. Some tried to create something unique. the others, fail tremendously. 
Some may argue that it's due to their hard life, .etc.... That can be one of the main reasons, however, all of those attempts are just for temporary cash. In long term, all of "copy cat" series will absolutely be crushed by better, more unique series. And then mangakas have to struggle to create something new. But you know, in such a harsh conditions, very few can succeed, most others have to consider abandon mangaka career to ensure their life.


It's the mind set of the people too. They tend to follow what others follow. Sorry to jump into the flow but copying is just unforgivable and boring as hell

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(09-24-2016, 02:29 AM)Arsudar Wrote: To some extent we can say that, like most new manga series follow a "trend" (for example the "resurrected into a new world"). That's okay, but the problem is the stories are so cliche and mundane. Some tried to create something unique. the others, fail tremendously. 
Some may argue that it's due to their hard life, .etc.... That can be one of the main reasons, however, all of those attempts are just for temporary cash. In long term, all of "copy cat" series will absolutely be crushed by better, more unique series. And then mangakas have to struggle to create something new. But you know, in such a harsh conditions, very few can succeed, most others have to consider abandon mangaka career to ensure their life.

Is it really that hard for Mangakas? May be it's not easy to be creative

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(12-21-2016, 01:03 PM)Nel Wrote: Is it really that hard for Mangakas? May be it's not easy to be creative
Sorry for replying too late, too much work and problems for me recently so I can only back now Sad.

Personally I think mangaka's life is totally a hard one. Imagine like you have to imagine lots of things (plots, characters, artworks, etc...) for a such a short time (like 1 week?, including drawing). So can't really blame some1 for copying, it's just they cannot keep up with the work.

Creativity on the other hand depends alot on the author's life experience or knowledge. And there are some manga/light novels which I cannot understand why they can release that. Like for example, I've heard of a series about a person died and reincarnated (again) as a bathing pool... like really? What? Why????
And then there is "better" series which is about a guy died (again) and reincarnated into a sword? Okay, this sounds better than bathing pool, but still, I don't feel any interesting thing from that idea. 
I don't mean to judge, but those ideas are too much for me. And in the end, can those light novels live long enough to see a better day?

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(06-05-2017, 09:56 PM)Arsudar Wrote: Sorry for replying too late, too much work and problems for me recently so I can only back now Sad.

Personally I think mangaka's life is totally a hard one. Imagine like you have to imagine lots of things (plots, characters, artworks, etc...) for a such a short time (like 1 week?, including drawing). So can't really blame some1 for copying, it's just they cannot keep up with the work.

Creativity on the other hand depends alot on the author's life experience or knowledge. And there are some manga/light novels which I cannot understand why they can release that. Like for example, I've heard of a series about a person died and reincarnated (again) as a bathing pool... like really? What? Why????
And then there is "better" series which is about a guy died (again) and reincarnated into a sword? Okay, this sounds better than bathing pool, but still, I don't feel any interesting thing from that idea. 
I don't mean to judge, but those ideas are too much for me. And in the end, can those light novels live long enough to see a better day?

I can see where you are coming from now. What's the name of that series of that bathing pool guy?

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(09-28-2016, 12:36 PM)Violet Wrote: It's the mind set of the people too. They tend to follow what others follow. Sorry to jump into the flow but copying is just unforgivable and boring as hell
Yeah that is also partly true. But I also believe it reflects the state of an entire young society. I mean take the current "resurrection trend" as example. I don't think it is coincidence that many Japanese light novel authors often think of dying and living in another world/realm. It's like they, the authors themselves, are tired of their life and they wish something change. They may believe that there is no hope in reality and they just live with their hope, even if it is unreal. And if we consider the current state of Japan's society, it seems this theory is partly true.

(06-05-2017, 10:10 PM)Nel Wrote: I can see where you are coming from now. What's the name of that series of that bathing pool guy?
I haven't read it, but i've heard it from TheAnimeMan and I agree with him... FTW Japan?

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