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One day, Haruhi, a scholarship student at exclusive Ouran High School, breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to the 'Host Club', a mysterious campus group consisting of six super-rich (and gorgeous) guys. To pay back the damages, she is forced to work for the club, and it's there that she discovers just how wealthy the boys are and how different they are from everybody else. One day, Haruhi, a scholarship student at exclusive Ouran High School, breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to the 'Host Club', a mysterious campus group consisting of six super-rich (and gorgeous) guys. To pay back the damages, she is forced to work for the club, and it's there that she discovers just how wealthy the boys are and how different they are from everybody else.


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One day, Haruhi, a scholarship student at exclusive Ouran High School, breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to the 'Host Club', a mysterious campus group consisting of six super-rich (and gorgeous) guys. To pay back the damages, she is forced to work for the club, and it's there that she discovers just how wealthy the boys are and how different they are from everybody else. One day, Haruhi, a scholarship student at exclusive Ouran High School, breaks an $80,000 vase that belongs to the 'Host Club', a mysterious campus group consisting of six super-rich (and gorgeous) guys. To pay back the damages, she is forced to work for the club, and it's there that she discovers just how wealthy the boys are and how different they are from everybody else.

30 review for Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    delaney

    Read the manga, watch the anime, watch the drama, and die laughing hysterically. LOVE THE HITACHIIN BROTHERS!!! LOVE EVERYONE!!! Number of times I have read this series: three. Read the manga, watch the anime, watch the drama, and die laughing hysterically. LOVE THE HITACHIIN BROTHERS!!! LOVE EVERYONE!!! Number of times I have read this series: three.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Vicki

    After reading volume 1: (1 star) I couldn't stand the art (having seen the anime first), and ended up selling my only volume off at a con bring and buy without even finishing it! Glad I went back to it though... After reading up to volume 3: (4 stars) I can imagine that most manga/anime fans will have probably seen or heard of the anime adaptation of Ouran before picking up the manga. Those wanting more of the same should be pretty happy with the manga, as it follows the anime almost to-the-letter s After reading volume 1: (1 star) I couldn't stand the art (having seen the anime first), and ended up selling my only volume off at a con bring and buy without even finishing it! Glad I went back to it though... After reading up to volume 3: (4 stars) I can imagine that most manga/anime fans will have probably seen or heard of the anime adaptation of Ouran before picking up the manga. Those wanting more of the same should be pretty happy with the manga, as it follows the anime almost to-the-letter so far, plus there is the certainty of new material that goes beyond where the anime series finished. Ouran High School Host Club is basically reverse-harem shoujo crack at its finest: a normal teenage girl is mistaken for a boy, knocks over an expensive vase by accident and somehow winds up paying off her debt by masquerading as a boy and becoming part of the school's Host Club - where filthy rich pretty boys with too much time on their hands entertain filthy rich pretty girls with too much time on their hands. So the series is about a normal (albiet quite sharp and cynical) girl, who spends her time surrounded by a doting group of various beautiful boys: what's not for a teenage female reader to like? And yes, it sounds pretty rubbish when you explain it like that, but there are 2 great things that make Ouran deserving of its 4-star score: 1. Character depth and relationships: outwardly the Ouran characters are pretty shallowly designed - there's your glasses-wearing guy, stoic guy, babyface guy, twins etc. etc. but once you get into reading the series their personalities, backstories and interactions with each other make them much more unique people (albiet still comedically over-the-top people). 2. Sense of humour: the way the author plays with the boundary between normal ('poor') people and the filthy rich Ouran students is hilarious, plus some funny moments come simply from the range of character traits of the Host Club members, and subversion of them. The only thing that lets the manga version Ouran down for me is the artwork - originally I was really turned off by the art style in issue 1 as the characters seemed way uglier than their anime counterparts. However, the giant eyes do get steadily downplayed as the series goes on, and after flicking through a random copy of vol. 10 in the shops one day I could see that the art did eventually converge more with the look of the anime. After reading up to vol. 9: (5 stars) Absolutely loving this manga series! The art has got a lot prettier and more consistent now that I'm on volume 9, making it easier to read and more enjoyable all round. So far there has only been one chapter with events that I don't recall from the anime - everything else is very similar, and with the improvements to the artwork I'm enjoying the manga now at least as much as I enjoyed the anime, which is just what I wanted from it. What I love about reading manga over watching anime though is that you do it at your own pace, so I can read quickly past some of the silly school side stories but savour the moments of character development and chuckle-able funny bits :) After reading the entire series (18 vols): (4 stars) As the series progresses it loses a lot of the comedy antics and becomes more of a drama. There are also parts where I felt it was being stretched out with little arcs that were not needed. Overall though there was enough quality in the content that it kept me coming back right up to the end, and I'm glad I saw it through. Its always quite a big event to finish a long series that you've been collecting for several years, and this was no exception.

  3. 5 out of 5

    human

    watched the anime and fjdslkfsldkj i love them so much especially this one dork we stan the emo corner in this spicy tuna household yes, i obsessively screenshotted everything while watching it, why do you ask? watched the anime and fjdslkfsldkj i love them so much especially this one dork we stan the emo corner in this spicy tuna household yes, i obsessively screenshotted everything while watching it, why do you ask?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nick

    Overall Rating: A Synopsis: Created by Bisco Hatori, the series follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran High School. Haruhi is a girl, but she got gum put in her hair so she cut it short, and wears boys clothes. This wouldn't be terribly important, but one day she stumbles across the school's Host Club. The Host Club is basically a place for six idly rich pretty boys to be idly rich pretty boys, and idly rich pretty girls to come and fawn over them and pretend the b Overall Rating: A Synopsis: Created by Bisco Hatori, the series follows Haruhi Fujioka, a scholarship student at the prestigious Ouran High School. Haruhi is a girl, but she got gum put in her hair so she cut it short, and wears boys clothes. This wouldn't be terribly important, but one day she stumbles across the school's Host Club. The Host Club is basically a place for six idly rich pretty boys to be idly rich pretty boys, and idly rich pretty girls to come and fawn over them and pretend the boys are their fiancées and boyfriends. After breaking an extremely valuable vase, it is determined that Haruhi will work off her debt by becoming a member of the club. Despite the fact that she is neither idly rich, nor a boy. Oh ho dear readers, what will happen next? After reading the description for the series, I knew I would love Ouran High School Host Club. Or, more accurately, I hoped it wouldn't be one of those manga that sounds really good, and then sucks. I read the first volume last night, and kept bothering my girlfriend by giggling while she was trying to work. I particularly loved the Host Club members, and especially loved Tamaki, the Host Club King. He insists that everyone call him the king of the host club (even though no one does), and sulks in the corner if anyone is mean to him (which happens a lot). In short, he reminded me of me. Therefore, I spent most of the night posing, pouting, and acting like the characters in the book. I couldn't tell if this delighted or annoyed my girlfriend, or both. I am betting on the latter. I also enjoyed how fascinated the club members were by "proletarian" food, like instant coffee and ramen. They had never eaten it before, and make a huge fuss about trying some "prole coffee". It's hilarious. I highly recommend this one to fans of Shojo manga. For more manga and anime reviews, please check out Hobotaku.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Victoria ♡

    I love this ahh! The art is really nice!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lauren Stoolfire

    I enjoyed the anime adaptation of Ouran High School Host Club, so I thought I'd give the original manga a go. Shojo manga isn't usually one of go-tos, but this one has been on my tbr for ages. While this is just as funny and quirky as the series I got so hooked on, I actually prefer the art and style of the anime adaptation. I probably won't continue on with the manga, but I'll definitely have to rewatch the anime. I enjoyed the anime adaptation of Ouran High School Host Club, so I thought I'd give the original manga a go. Shojo manga isn't usually one of go-tos, but this one has been on my tbr for ages. While this is just as funny and quirky as the series I got so hooked on, I actually prefer the art and style of the anime adaptation. I probably won't continue on with the manga, but I'll definitely have to rewatch the anime.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Yesy (The Book Vagrant)

    so fun!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amber J

    I was super excited to read this one and I was not disappointed. I've watched the anime on Netflix multiple times but decided it was time to discover the origins. Loved it! The first book was a bunch of episodes in one. It took me a bit to get used to the complete opposite way of reading but once I did it was pretty easy. It didn't read super quickly as most graphic novels tend to in my opinion so it was nice to be able to savor it. I will definitely be continuing the series. I was super excited to read this one and I was not disappointed. I've watched the anime on Netflix multiple times but decided it was time to discover the origins. Loved it! The first book was a bunch of episodes in one. It took me a bit to get used to the complete opposite way of reading but once I did it was pretty easy. It didn't read super quickly as most graphic novels tend to in my opinion so it was nice to be able to savor it. I will definitely be continuing the series.

  9. 4 out of 5

    H.P. Holo

    'Ouran High School Host Club' is one of those manga that I had previously avoided on the basis of its being too flamboyantly shojo--that is, intensely fascinated with lovely bishuonen and the charming sparkles that seem to swirl about them when they're at their most heart-meltingly beautiful. I lost interest in all that when I was, like, 14 after realizing that many shojo comics focused on bishounen seemed to take themselves too seriously. Then one day I happened to flip through the first volume 'Ouran High School Host Club' is one of those manga that I had previously avoided on the basis of its being too flamboyantly shojo--that is, intensely fascinated with lovely bishuonen and the charming sparkles that seem to swirl about them when they're at their most heart-meltingly beautiful. I lost interest in all that when I was, like, 14 after realizing that many shojo comics focused on bishounen seemed to take themselves too seriously. Then one day I happened to flip through the first volume of this series and discovered this: Here was finally a shojo manga that realized the absurdities of all other bishie-centric manga! And how does it address the problem? By throwing more sparkly bishies at us. 'Ouran Host Club' is a first-rate example of genre parody, impressive because it lampoons everything that is associated with flamboyant bishieness while still showing the origin subgenre some respect AND containing a storyline that is stable enough to stand on its own when the mangaka doesn't feel like writing straight parody. The Host Club of the title refers to an organization that exists solely to bring the pleasure of bishounen interaction to the girls of a high school for the obscenely rich. Every kind of bishie is present in this host club, from the traditional charming princely type, to the stoic, protective type, to the adorable little brother type who is always protected by aforementioned stoic type. Also present in this group, though, is an accidental member--Haruhi, the main character, who takes a bit of transforming to become a bishie...before the other characters realize that she's actually a girl. (For the uninitiated, it is not hard in manga for a character to effortlessly appear to be a member of the opposite sex, even when it's not intended.) Haruhi is the voice of reason amidst all the outrageous absurdity that goes on within the host club, the person that all the anti-bishies like me can relate to when the host club's hijinks reach epic levels of stupid. It can be reasonably argued that this series' success hinges on Haruhi's presence, as even lovers of the absurd in manga still need something familiar to hang onto. Haruhi and this series will not make pro-bishie converts of all anti-bishies, but it is a commendable work, which I intend to continue reading until I can take the absurdity no longer.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kat (Lost in Neverland)

    Cute, quirky, funny, that's the Ouran High School Host Club for you! Personally, I thought the anime was better; the manga was kinda boring and the artwork wasn't the BEST. But still a good manga, and an awesome anime! Now that I've read through the whole manga, I can definitely tell you that it gets better. The artwork improves significantly, the story builds and the characters develop very well. It's a fantastic manga and remains to be one of my favorites. Cute, quirky, funny, that's the Ouran High School Host Club for you! Personally, I thought the anime was better; the manga was kinda boring and the artwork wasn't the BEST. But still a good manga, and an awesome anime! Now that I've read through the whole manga, I can definitely tell you that it gets better. The artwork improves significantly, the story builds and the characters develop very well. It's a fantastic manga and remains to be one of my favorites.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angel

    I did not particularly like this. I am sure part of it may be that I am not the right demographic for this; the book is part of the Shojo Beat series, which is meant for teen girls. But for me, the main issue is that this light school comedy is a bit difficult to read and follow. The panels are extremely cluttered with text for one. Two, the plot is light, and to be honest, not handled the best way. The premise is a girl on scholarship in a very high fancy high school. She has to work a debt for I did not particularly like this. I am sure part of it may be that I am not the right demographic for this; the book is part of the Shojo Beat series, which is meant for teen girls. But for me, the main issue is that this light school comedy is a bit difficult to read and follow. The panels are extremely cluttered with text for one. Two, the plot is light, and to be honest, not handled the best way. The premise is a girl on scholarship in a very high fancy high school. She has to work a debt for a school club made up of the richest kids in the school. The club members basically amuse themselves at her expense, by the way, mistaking her initially for a boy. Now, the mistaken identity thing is fairly common plot element in this type of manga. But I think this particular series tries to jam a bit too much in. Add to it that, to be honest, the pace is not really that great either. While I can see the appeal factors, this is not a series I would continue reading. I found it a bit boring after a while.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Flor

    How I love these guys

  13. 4 out of 5

    nivedha

    i love love love this.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Nicolo

    For the first volume of an acclaimed series that I'm interested in diving into, this was a pretty good start. Aside from the main chapters, it also include a lot of back matter from the author. It had a "secret origin" mini-comic, as well as character profiles of the main and supporting cast. However, this edition suffers a bit because as the author admitted, the size of the pages when it was originally published was irregular and it shows when reduced to the digest size of this English version. For the first volume of an acclaimed series that I'm interested in diving into, this was a pretty good start. Aside from the main chapters, it also include a lot of back matter from the author. It had a "secret origin" mini-comic, as well as character profiles of the main and supporting cast. However, this edition suffers a bit because as the author admitted, the size of the pages when it was originally published was irregular and it shows when reduced to the digest size of this English version. Overall, the Viz managed to pull a decent English translation of the work and it's the reason it easy to read and follow.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    Guess what guys???!!!! Guess what???? I was FINALLY persuaded into giving manga a go! I used to not even bother when my friends recommended me manga, I don't know why. Maybe because I looked at these types of books as abnormal, compared to regular books these days. Well, it turns out I've been missing out on a lot these last few years! (: At first I was really slow in understanding what was going on, especially since this was my first manga chapter I've ever read(and I've been told the formattin Guess what guys???!!!! Guess what???? I was FINALLY persuaded into giving manga a go! I used to not even bother when my friends recommended me manga, I don't know why. Maybe because I looked at these types of books as abnormal, compared to regular books these days. Well, it turns out I've been missing out on a lot these last few years! (: At first I was really slow in understanding what was going on, especially since this was my first manga chapter I've ever read(and I've been told the formatting is not suited for beginners in this chapter); however, after ten pages, I got the hang of it! It's so cool how manga books go from right to left. I even have a suspicion that manga books are both fun and educational. And by educational I mean that, since you have to put two and two together in order to find out what is even going on, our minds will become more complex over time. Anyways, I decided not to write a full-on review like I do with non-manga books. I'll just list down what I like: - The drawings. Of course I have to bring this up first. I've always had a thing for guys drawn out in manga, they're just TOO perfect! And the girls are always so pretty. I've always been an appreciator of manga artists, it takes a lot of skills to even draw out one person! -The comedy and characters. Now I put these two together because one can't be without the other. I loved every single character, and especially loved what they brought to the chapter. They're allso adorable, and, given their personalities, you can't resist! -The author's insertions. It's so cool how a manga author can just cut in whenever throughout the manga with side notes that addresses us directly. It's like talking to the author herself!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    I saw the anime series which was very well done so decided to check out the manga. Volume 1 was pretty good so can't wait to check out the next volume in the future. It's about a girl named Haruhi Fujioaka who is mistaken for a guy at a host club and must repay her debt to them after breaking an expensive vase. I read this at http://www.mangareader.net/ouran-high... so def check it out if you'd like to read it. I saw the anime series which was very well done so decided to check out the manga. Volume 1 was pretty good so can't wait to check out the next volume in the future. It's about a girl named Haruhi Fujioaka who is mistaken for a guy at a host club and must repay her debt to them after breaking an expensive vase. I read this at http://www.mangareader.net/ouran-high... so def check it out if you'd like to read it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Eliza

    Just like the anime - so cute!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Muzmuz

    God it was sooooooo good reliving the memories again with this crazy bunch of cute idiots... i had watched the anime 1st many years ago... then read the manga as i was craving more of those idiots.... now after so many years i still miss them T.T ..... guess i will be binge watching the anime tonight (how about reading your book.... guess not )

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jenny

    Reread 2020: still loving it! Bumped it up a star because they’re all so overdramatic (especially Tamaki) that I couldn’t help but laugh on every single page. I have to say that I prefer the art of the anime, but the manga is just as funny. And I kinda have to read the manga anyways, since they pulled the plug so early on the anime and I can’t get enough of Haruhi and Tamaki!!!! (And Hunny too, cause he’s just so adorable!!!! 😍)

  20. 4 out of 5

    Erin Dunn

    I watched the show and loved it ( one season?! :'( not cool) so I had to buy the first in the manga series. I just laughed all throughout the book like I did with the show. Amazing satire. I really enjoyed it and I can't wait to get the next in the series. I also can't wait to see if Tamaki and Haruhi ever get together. <3 I watched the show and loved it ( one season?! :'( not cool) so I had to buy the first in the manga series. I just laughed all throughout the book like I did with the show. Amazing satire. I really enjoyed it and I can't wait to get the next in the series. I also can't wait to see if Tamaki and Haruhi ever get together. <3

  21. 4 out of 5

    Pooja

    I'm absolutely in love with this manga series. Ouran High School Host Club members are rich and have too much time in their hands even after attending schools. A new student from poor background turns everything upside down for these hosts. I'm absolutely in love with this manga series. Ouran High School Host Club members are rich and have too much time in their hands even after attending schools. A new student from poor background turns everything upside down for these hosts.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bec (becklebooks)

    I loved revisiting this - it was so fun and energetic, just as I remembered! I can't wait to get familiar with the characters and relationships again and finally see how this ends! Haruhi is the best. :) I loved revisiting this - it was so fun and energetic, just as I remembered! I can't wait to get familiar with the characters and relationships again and finally see how this ends! Haruhi is the best. :)

  23. 5 out of 5

    Alexa

    Honestly, I just love all the members of the Ouran High School Host Club so darn much! It probably helps that I've already watched the anime and formed attachments to them all. Even if I know exactly how the plot plays out, I don't even care because I love being around this gang. Honestly, I just love all the members of the Ouran High School Host Club so darn much! It probably helps that I've already watched the anime and formed attachments to them all. Even if I know exactly how the plot plays out, I don't even care because I love being around this gang.

  24. 4 out of 5

    isabelle

    I find it amazing that I read the last quarter of this when I was brushing my teeth.

  25. 4 out of 5

    ✶Rachelle✶

    Tamaki you are so adorable ❤️❤️❤️❤️ Also move over Fred and George Weasley...Karou and Hikaru are here 😍😍

  26. 5 out of 5

    Aimeekay

    OMG! This book is a laugh riot! The artwork is first rate, and I love the background detailing! I wasn't sure at first that I would like this one. I probably would have gotten a bigger laugh out of it if I hadn't known ahead of time that Haruhi was a girl. For the first part of the story I kept waiting for the other guys in the club to find out and it kinda made the story seem to drag out at that point for me. But after that point I really enjoyed it. It was funny. There were tons of tongue-in-c OMG! This book is a laugh riot! The artwork is first rate, and I love the background detailing! I wasn't sure at first that I would like this one. I probably would have gotten a bigger laugh out of it if I hadn't known ahead of time that Haruhi was a girl. For the first part of the story I kept waiting for the other guys in the club to find out and it kinda made the story seem to drag out at that point for me. But after that point I really enjoyed it. It was funny. There were tons of tongue-in-cheek jokes. I loved how all the girls loved Haruhi and thought she was a guy. The fact that then Tamaki becomes obsessed with seeing Haruhi as a girl, but at the same time he needs to keep her looking like a guy, so that she can work off the money she owes for the vase. Tamaki himself is hysterical! He is sooo overly dramatic and self-absorbed. But since he is kind of oblivious to his own faults he just ends up being really funny. I laughed so much while reading this. All the boys were funny not just Tamaki. Hikaru and Kaoru, the twins, and how they are so close to each other and use it as their gimmick to win over their girl clients. The relationship between Hunny and Mori is adorable. Kyoya is kind of stand offish and very strict with his outlook on how the club should be run and keeping everything in order. I loved how even though the boys are completely living in their own little rich world they still care enough that they want to help out other students find their loves. For example the way they set up Kanako and Toru. I also found it amusing how they reacted to Haruhi's commoner coffee and Raman. It was really funny. They authors side notes were really fun to read to, and I loved some of the extras at the end. Although I have to ask, what is up with knowing everyone's blood types? What does that have to do with anything? This isn't the first time it's been made a big deal of. I've noticed it in other Manga's I've read recently. Any info on that one would be great!. If your looking for an amazingly well drawn, as well as funny new series to pick up, may I definitely recommend this one! I'm eagerly waiting to get my hands on volume two!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dakota★Magic in Every Book

    Whole Series Review Ouran is a high-energy, goofy rom-com about a poor girl in a rich kids school. The cast of characters is fun and well-developed, the romance silly and sweet, and the comedy is spot-on. I think the anime conveys the energy of the show better than the manga can, but the manga continues far past where the anime ends and gives us more character development and a very satisfying ending.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    This comic is one that I learned about after watching the show and I decided to read the series as well. Haruhi is an average teenage girl who, after studying very hard, gets into a prestigious private school full of rich people. She is shocked by their laziness in class and free lifestyles and in her search for a quiet room, she stumbles into a music room that seems to be unused but is in fact the room for a host club, which she ends up being forced into after she breaks an overly expensive v This comic is one that I learned about after watching the show and I decided to read the series as well. Haruhi is an average teenage girl who, after studying very hard, gets into a prestigious private school full of rich people. She is shocked by their laziness in class and free lifestyles and in her search for a quiet room, she stumbles into a music room that seems to be unused but is in fact the room for a host club, which she ends up being forced into after she breaks an overly expensive vase that she has no way to pay for. I find this series absolutely hilarious. I generally don't stop laughing when I read it, but this also has some definite deep moments in it. The main character is having to deal with quite a lot and yet she remains a strong character, though her mother died and she's taken the responsibility of all the chores and shopping. She's also bogged down with studying and trying to repay her debt which seems to keep growing. This energetic club goes through all kinds of situations from the sad to the awkward to the hilarious. I love how, no matter what the characters' pasts are or who they have to deal with or whatever problem they have, that they all remain close. It's really inspiring in a way and it honestly makes me want to work harder to be more understanding of people, rich or poor, snobby or humble.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Wendy White

    Ahahahahah! I was recommended this series due to my love of the bizarre, and a love of satire. Good call, unnamed friend. Good call. I laughed so hard reading this first book that tears _actually_ streamed down my face. This first book has done a great job at setting the tone for the series - a massive satire of glamour and glitz that plays the associated tropes straight most of the time - but to extremes. One defining moment for me is when the protagonist is retrieving their lost items from a pond Ahahahahah! I was recommended this series due to my love of the bizarre, and a love of satire. Good call, unnamed friend. Good call. I laughed so hard reading this first book that tears _actually_ streamed down my face. This first book has done a great job at setting the tone for the series - a massive satire of glamour and glitz that plays the associated tropes straight most of the time - but to extremes. One defining moment for me is when the protagonist is retrieving their lost items from a pond, looking rather bedraggled and put-upon. One of the glamorous members of the Host Club informs them "You're doing it wrong!" proceeding to rip off his shirt to dive into the water. Cue roses and sparkles (the manga-ka even lampshades this with notations around the elaborate background flowers with comments like "Excessive unnecessary sparkles!") The opening chapter was a little disorienting - we're dropped straight into the opening conflict with no build-up - but the story quickly establishes characters and plot after the first slightly shaky chapter. If you're even remotely familiar with the standard conventions of "bishounen" characters in manga, and want a giggle (or more often, a guffaw) this seems to be the perfect series for to achieve that aim.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Georgia

    YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!! 'Omg I'm FANGIRLING!' say most of the comments on the popular anime of THE OURAN HIGH SCHOOL HOST CLUB. I really enjoyed the anime on YouTube (those of you reading this that have not seen the anime should go check it out. Go!.....you're still here, aren't you?) I mean I REALLY enjoyed it!(and so began my little obsession) I couldn't resist giving it a go when I saw it on my local library's shelf. At first when I started it, it was slightly hard accumulating to the back-to- YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!!!!! 'Omg I'm FANGIRLING!' say most of the comments on the popular anime of THE OURAN HIGH SCHOOL HOST CLUB. I really enjoyed the anime on YouTube (those of you reading this that have not seen the anime should go check it out. Go!.....you're still here, aren't you?) I mean I REALLY enjoyed it!(and so began my little obsession) I couldn't resist giving it a go when I saw it on my local library's shelf. At first when I started it, it was slightly hard accumulating to the back-to-front Japanese comic book style, and it was my first manga (making it even harder) but you get the hang of it super fast. And the hilarity of it all. I was laughing a lot (but I think I have chronic laughter syndrome so a lot of stuff is funny to me but no one else) and I encourage everyone (that's right even YOU random stranger on the bus) to give this a go. Wether it's the manga or the anime series on YouTube, the series will pull you in (even if you won't admit it)

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