You agrees but with one catch. Archived from on 12 March 2008. Shortly after that, she finds out Yoh goes to the same high school as Haruna and asks him to coach her on how to be attractive. The 52 untitled chapters were collected in 13. After being rejected, she meets Asami, Yoh's sister and they become friends.
Archived from on 15 March 2008. Yoh helps her daily with clothes and such, and gives her advice on what to do when she falls in love with one of Yoh's friends. Haruna often has a very high opinion of Mami believing that she is 'amazing. If he coaches her in how to become attractive, surely she can find herself a boyfriend. She can't fall in love with him. She has a serious brother complex.
Archived from on 9 June 2011. Although despite the obstacles, they are still deeply in love each other. However she does end up falling in love with them and Yoh reciprocated those feelings back. The series follows the relationship between Haruna Nagashima, an enthusiastic former softball star, and Yoh Komiyama, the cool boy she convinces to coach her in romance. Although her manga seems like a one note concept, manga-ka Kazune Kawahara weaves the supporting characters of her small ensemble in out of the narrative while Haruna and Yoh shine.
She has a mischievous side which can cause others trouble. Shortly after entering high school, she becomes determined to find a boyfriend under the influence of all the she reads. However, much to the dismay of Harun with the transition to high school, her life has not changed - it no one pays attention, and the relationship with the boys do not add up. In the final chapter Yoh had to move in order to attend university and they are still happily maintaining their long distance relationship. Although a little shy and easily embarrassed, he represents a figure of cool demeanor, he was confessed to by most of the girls in his class. But a chance encounter with the popular Yoh Komiyama provides her with the opportunity she needs.
There are some series you read that just make you happy, and High School Debut is one of those for me. A typical shojo plot — young woman desperate to get a boyfriend as she starts high school — is made highly entertaining through dynamic characters and art. The series was adapted as a and as a series of six written by Yuu Kuramoto. She eventually ends up liking Yoh and they go out. It was ranked 1st in terms of download on the RecoChoku weekly download charts that was announced on 6 April 2011. One of the most popular guys in school named Yo Komiyama Haruna agrees to help her become a personal trainer in style.
Yoh says that ninety percent of what Asaoka says is out of kindness and that whoever goes out with him would be happy because of all the kind words he says. In the hands of a lesser storyteller, High School Debut would have a lot of predictable, sexually-charged hijinks before Yoh and Haruna fall in love. Archived from on 25 December 2008. This sequel of October 2013, already published two volumes, including this. I wish all shojo manga was this well-crafted and lovable. During her studies she was engaged in softball, and was fond of shoujo manga, naively believing that its success will be in demand in high school, and she immediately becomes popular among the guys.
Throughout their relationship they have to overcome several obstacles,such as the return of Yoh's ex-girlfriend, Haruna's several male admirers and a stalker who is very keen on breaking them up as she believes Haruna is not adequate. Archived from on 7 December 2007. However, she has one small problem—since she never paid any attention to fashion or trends in middle school, she has no idea how to go about attracting her yet-to-be-found love. He once went on a date with Haruna to make Yoh jealous. She decides to seek help from a true professional. Add in her likable artwork and well-paced story, and you have a shojo romantic comedy that's already on the short list of my favorite new manga for 2008.
He's a bit on the slow side, not getting some things straight they are right before his eyes. Kawahara's art was praised for its clean style and layout, dynamic figures, and emotional expressions, and was compared by one reviewer to 's. The artwork, like the motherly advice, is another strength of High School Debut. He knows the ideas on how to impress men from a woman's point of view. It is published in North America by under the label, with all 13 volumes published in English. Archived from on 22 January 2009.