Prince of the Female Otaku Club Manga

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SKU: 9781634421607

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About Prince of the Female Otaku Club Manga

Prince of the Female Otaku Club features story and art by MGMEE.

Two big surprises await transfer student Yamada Hajime on his first day at his new school:

1) He's the school's first male student. 2) There's no manga club... The closest thing is the Technology Club, a nest of female nerds! There's President Aika, a cheerful girl who literally wants to be a ninja; first year Natsuki, a tanned kogal with game skills to make pros weep; BL author Sae, a hardcore fujoshi who's long-since abandoned the need for 3D boys; and Risa, the crossplaying prince of the all-girls school. Even their faculty adviser, Kokoro, moonlights as a super popular ero mangaka!

The quirky girls of the Technology Club find themselves defenseless against Hajime's eroge-honed silver tongue, but otaku girls are still girls and toying with tender hearts has its consequences. Can Hajime manage to juggle five girls, or will this club of fujoshi figure they have no use for men after all?

Details

  • Publisher: FAKKU
  • Media: Manga
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Themes: Harem, School Life
  • Age Rating: 18+
  • Release Date: 5/31/2019
  • Page Count: 196
  • Dimensional Weight: 1
  • Written Language: English

Ratings & Reviews

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Just short of great.

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This book is one story, no one shots, about a guy who transfers to an all girls school and joins a club with girls of different interests. He then proceeds to work through them one at a time until he has them all in his harem. I love a good harem book but admittedly the story is a bit flimsy but it's hentai the art and action are more important in my opinion. Also unfortunately that's where the book suffers. The art is really good, just a notch under top tier in my opinion, but there are a few panels that seem off with placement and the angles could have been better in some panels also could have used more transparency shots. All that said it was still an enjoyable read and glad I added it to my collection!