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(Volume 1)To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table...but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, t (Volume 1)To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table...but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, the boy of Chiyo's dreams, is a manga artist...a hugely popular shoujo manga artist, that is! But for someone who makes a living drawing sweet girly romances, Nozaki-kun is a little slow on the uptake when it comes to matters of the heart in reality. And so Chiyo's daily life of manga making and heartache begins!


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(Volume 1)To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table...but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, t (Volume 1)To the eyes of classmate Chiyo Sakura, high school student Umetarou Nozaki--brawny of build and brusque of tongue--is a dreamboat! When Chiyo finally works up the courage to tell Nozaki how she feels about him, she knows rejection is on the table...but getting recruited as a mangaka's assistant?! Never in a million years! As Chiyo quickly discovers, Nozaki-kun, the boy of Chiyo's dreams, is a manga artist...a hugely popular shoujo manga artist, that is! But for someone who makes a living drawing sweet girly romances, Nozaki-kun is a little slow on the uptake when it comes to matters of the heart in reality. And so Chiyo's daily life of manga making and heartache begins!

30 review for Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun, Vol. 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    Scenes I liked in this one: -making up nicknames for the tones -role-playing practice for a group date -where Yukari and Nozaki are discussing their respective manga, but friends overhearing thinking they have a secret romance. Scenes I liked in this one: -making up nicknames for the tones -role-playing practice for a group date -where Yukari and Nozaki are discussing their respective manga, but friends overhearing thinking they have a secret romance.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    When you thought the misunderstandings couldn't get worse, then you read this volume which is so full of misunderstandings I was just laughing my butt off and also wondering how anyone in the world could go through so many misunderstandings. And I am already laughing hard when I read this manga, as it is just totally hilarious. But in this one I was laughing even harder. I also showed several pages to my boyfriend and he was in stitches as well. I am also delighted to see some manga-only things. When you thought the misunderstandings couldn't get worse, then you read this volume which is so full of misunderstandings I was just laughing my butt off and also wondering how anyone in the world could go through so many misunderstandings. And I am already laughing hard when I read this manga, as it is just totally hilarious. But in this one I was laughing even harder. I also showed several pages to my boyfriend and he was in stitches as well. I am also delighted to see some manga-only things. It has been some time since I watched the anime (when it aired), but I don't remember several jokes that were in this volume. So we are finally getting closer to having some original stuff that the anime hasn't touched. \o/ Don't get me wrong, I am happy that the anime did such a good job, but it does make reading manga a bit boring. I have several favourite scenes, but two of them would be when Seo and Wakamatsu go on a "date", and the other when Nozaki had to learn to remember the seating places in his manga, and every time they tried to teach him he just drew exactly what was in front of his nose. He just couldn't see his characters. :P I also still feel sorry for Sakura. That poor girl still likes Nozaki (though I really don't get why with each passing volume), and he just doesn't get the hint. Or thinks she is thinking something totally different. I just can't imagine these 2 getting together. I also love the other characters, though I have to say I just hate that blonde manga-editor. He is just so obnoxious. :| The art is really great, and I have the feeling it gets better with each volume. What more? I think I said all I wanted, though I have one last thing left. I would highly recommend this one to everyone! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kuroi

    I can't stop, it's too entertaining. This series was already notable for upsetting gender roles but they've really gone for a toss now. Strangely, the characters are more like real high school students than is usual in a manga and there are a lot more dirty jokes. I like it somehow. Plus I'm shipping all these couples so hard. It's the first time I haven't wanted to change something in a manga. I can't stop, it's too entertaining. This series was already notable for upsetting gender roles but they've really gone for a toss now. Strangely, the characters are more like real high school students than is usual in a manga and there are a lot more dirty jokes. I like it somehow. Plus I'm shipping all these couples so hard. It's the first time I haven't wanted to change something in a manga.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tania

    I would give this 4 stars as usual but it is getting 5 because of this volume's cover. That is all. I would give this 4 stars as usual but it is getting 5 because of this volume's cover. That is all.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marthe

    When you thought the misunderstandings just couldn't get worse.. you get this When you thought the misunderstandings just couldn't get worse.. you get this

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Rating: 4 Stars ★★★★ Monthly-Girls Nozaki-kun continues to be one of the funniest (& completely underrated) manga series I've ever read! Everything about this manga from the delightful cast of characters, comedic moments, hilarious misunderstandings, are what make Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun my favorite manga that I can always count to make me laugh & put a smile on my face! In this volume, the side-characters have a more prominent role throughout the various skits: -Mikoshiba goes to Nozaki for help Rating: 4 Stars ★★★★ Monthly-Girls Nozaki-kun continues to be one of the funniest (& completely underrated) manga series I've ever read! Everything about this manga from the delightful cast of characters, comedic moments, hilarious misunderstandings, are what make Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun my favorite manga that I can always count to make me laugh & put a smile on my face! In this volume, the side-characters have a more prominent role throughout the various skits: -Mikoshiba goes to Nozaki for help on figuring out how group dates work (one of my favorite moments in this volume!) -Ken Miyame (Nozaki's editor) goes to a high school reunion & there's a running joke that continues where Chiyo is w/ Nozaki and learns more about Ken (which is funny b/c Chiyo has a crush on Nozaki, but Nozaki doesn't really notice & cares more about impressing his editor than anyone else) -Wakamatsu & Seo go out to the movies (another one of my favorite moments! <3) -Nozaki & Mikoshiba try to act bad to get into the mindset for character creation in another chapter in Nozaki's manga (the funniest moment of the whole manga) And more hilarious moments between the "Prince" of the school, Yuu Kashima & Mayuki the drama club director! I loved that there was more development to the amazing characters aside from Nozaki & Chiyo (though I love them too!)! What also makes this manga so great is the subtle jokes you don't see coming until the end! The way the author plays with romance tropes and the great cast of characters is what makes Monthly Girls Nozaki such a great series! Also within each skit, there's always subtle moments where character-development + differing sides to the characters gets expanded on which I love so much! Because it isn't always obvious, Tsubaki not only builds her characters slowly where it works so well, but the humor & use of tropes in a comedic way always gets delivered in ways I don't expect! <3 Mikorin Mikoshiba just continues to try & be more confident & outgoing, but just can' quite get there! He is the shy heart-throb I continue to love & adore!! I love seeing how he's growing little by little with each volume (´▽`ʃƪ)<3 <3 <3 I also loved getting more subtle growth to Kashima & Mayuki's relationship (its really a relationship based on them butting heads with eachother, but it works so perfectly!) Their development is what I look forward to with each volume! Also another relationship I can't wait to see more of is with Chiyo's friend Seo & Wakamatsu! Their one is just filled with hilarious misunderstandings & they easily become one of my new favorite duos! Overall what makes Monthly Girls Nozaki-kun such a hilarious + entertaining series is that its just filled with tropes turned upside down and lots of misunderstandings! The bonds between each character that are clearly seen with each of them continues to be another aspect of this manga series that I love so much!! You see how much this dynamic group of friends get into the wackiest situations, but are always there for each other! My only critique is that because Vol. 3 is more focused on the character dynamics between each skit and not so much on the weaving of the plot, the pacing seemed a little slower to me. Because its also more character-driven, it does feel a bit different than previous volumes. Monthly Girls' Nozaki-Kun Vol. 3 continues to build its unique cast of characters and really focuses on the bonds between them as they get into hilarious situations! Though the plot is more episodic compared to previous volumes, this manga continues to brilliantly put twists on tropes, deliver perfect comedic timing, & is filled with hilarious adventures that continue to bring its characters to life! Can't wait for volume 4!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    I like this author's sense of the absurd. I'll have to see what her Ore-sama Teacher! series is like. I like this author's sense of the absurd. I'll have to see what her Ore-sama Teacher! series is like.

  8. 5 out of 5

    eri b.❀

    This was so much fun and so wholesome. I don't think I have ever been this happy reading something; Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun is, really, my favorite manga out there. What I liked best in this volume was THE COVER ohmygod I love these two so much and I adore especially how unapologetically tall Kashima is compared with Masayuki and that this doesn't play a lot in their relationship... it's just a stream of fresh air! Love them so much. My favorite part in this volume was the talk about the mixer This was so much fun and so wholesome. I don't think I have ever been this happy reading something; Monthly Girls' Nozaki-kun is, really, my favorite manga out there. What I liked best in this volume was THE COVER ohmygod I love these two so much and I adore especially how unapologetically tall Kashima is compared with Masayuki and that this doesn't play a lot in their relationship... it's just a stream of fresh air! Love them so much. My favorite part in this volume was the talk about the mixer party and the theater mini-arc!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Noseinabook

    Another sweet and funny installment in this series! 😊

  10. 5 out of 5

    kerrycat

    Howling with laughter on every single page - Mikorin and Seo are so much fun together, and Nozaki's SWOON sign is just too much. Howling with laughter on every single page - Mikorin and Seo are so much fun together, and Nozaki's SWOON sign is just too much.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Shae

    I really enjoy this series. Probably more than I should. These characters are so fun. I can see why the anime didn't take each story and turn it into the anime. Still really enjoying it though. I really enjoy this series. Probably more than I should. These characters are so fun. I can see why the anime didn't take each story and turn it into the anime. Still really enjoying it though.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    4.5 STARS I WANT THEM TO BE TOGETHER

  13. 5 out of 5

    Beckiezra

    There's really no reason not to give these books 5 stars. I had to get used to the style but the art is beautiful, the stories can be hilarious, and they're also informative about mangas. This volume had some things that weren't included in the anime so that was nice. There's really no reason not to give these books 5 stars. I had to get used to the style but the art is beautiful, the stories can be hilarious, and they're also informative about mangas. This volume had some things that weren't included in the anime so that was nice.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ren (A Bookish Balance)

    4/5 stars I’ve always been a fan of Izumi Tsubaki, ever since her series Oresama Teacher, and for the most part I really enjoy Monthly Girls’s Nozaki-kun. The humour can be hit or miss, the hits are absolutely hilarious and have me laughing so hard I can’t breathe, while the misses, what can I say? I find there is often word play in manga that gets lost in translation, it’s something the scanlators do well and the official translators seem to fall short on. But where Monthly Girls’s Nozaki-kun r 4/5 stars I’ve always been a fan of Izumi Tsubaki, ever since her series Oresama Teacher, and for the most part I really enjoy Monthly Girls’s Nozaki-kun. The humour can be hit or miss, the hits are absolutely hilarious and have me laughing so hard I can’t breathe, while the misses, what can I say? I find there is often word play in manga that gets lost in translation, it’s something the scanlators do well and the official translators seem to fall short on. But where Monthly Girls’s Nozaki-kun really shines is with its characters, they’re all so dynamic and fun. This series hosts some of my favourite manga characters ever and I love them all.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Seobin Baeg

    I love everyone here!!! Seo would such be a scary senpai if she was real but she is one of my favorite characters here. Waka is so cute with Seo!!! "Lorelei wouldn't do that!" Hori and Kashima combination seems so cute too. Nozaki and Sakura's relationship seems... like a business relationship... Poor Sakura. I hope she thinks of something better other than working with Nozaki. I love everyone here!!! Seo would such be a scary senpai if she was real but she is one of my favorite characters here. Waka is so cute with Seo!!! "Lorelei wouldn't do that!" Hori and Kashima combination seems so cute too. Nozaki and Sakura's relationship seems... like a business relationship... Poor Sakura. I hope she thinks of something better other than working with Nozaki.

  16. 5 out of 5

    beth {hiatus} F.

    Read 2. This one has more side stories than the last one. It’s ridiculous, how oblivious these people are sometimes. --- This was hilarious ! I really enjoy how this digs at the shojo genre's typical cliches and instances that it includes. Mikoshiba is still my favorite. He's hilarious how he flirts and then gets embarrassed about it. Loved it! Read 2. This one has more side stories than the last one. It’s ridiculous, how oblivious these people are sometimes. --- This was hilarious ! I really enjoy how this digs at the shojo genre's typical cliches and instances that it includes. Mikoshiba is still my favorite. He's hilarious how he flirts and then gets embarrassed about it. Loved it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ruthsic

    So in this volume, finally, there is some content that didn't make it into the anime (which is the main reason I started this manga series) and that was exciting to say the least. I am sort of getting used to this 4-koma style now, and it is also better because there some major storylines developing and it is not just small joke set-ups now. There is the Seo-Wakamatsu angle and Kashima-Hori's relationship (which we all know is romance but these two are yet to realize it!) and everyone in the sch So in this volume, finally, there is some content that didn't make it into the anime (which is the main reason I started this manga series) and that was exciting to say the least. I am sort of getting used to this 4-koma style now, and it is also better because there some major storylines developing and it is not just small joke set-ups now. There is the Seo-Wakamatsu angle and Kashima-Hori's relationship (which we all know is romance but these two are yet to realize it!) and everyone in the school knowing about Chiyo's crush on Nozaki, except for Nozaki himself (for a romance manga author, he is so oblivious it is amusing as hell). And with the main cast more or less established now, it can delve more into the misunderstandings between the ones who know about each other's job under Nozaki and the one who don't. (Kashima and Seo don't know anything but are in constant contact with one or more of the manga group, which leads to hilarious reactions when the main group is trying to wriggle out of explanations). Like, there is the relation between Maeno-san and Miyamae-san explained, from their shared schooling to how Miyamae considers him a headache (to be fair, I think most sane people would consider Maeno a headache), plus some extra storylines about how Nozaki is not amazing at anything except drawing manga characters (all to the exasperation of his main assistants!). My favorite of the non-anime storyline was Seo thinking of gifting Wakamatsu an X-acto knife and his teammates being protective about it like they think Wakamatsu is a kid. The stories adapted are the one about Mikorin preparing for a mixer (which was done wonderfully in the anime), Nozaki trying to learn backgrounds but being terrible at it (and Chiyo realizing he is not as perfect), Miyako getting some backstory with her double life as a college student and a secret manga artist (and her classmates thinking she has some disreputable job instead), the whole Valentine's Day aftermath. The major development is Seo's and Wakamatsu's 'movie date' - which Nozaki encourages for the sake of his own characters' (that he based on them) development - and Wakamatsu falling for the 'Lorelei of the Choir Club' not knowing it is Seo herself! I am really loving this series so far and honestly, I can't get enough of them! I wish there were a second season to watch, but until then I will go on devouring more of this manga.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Shy Kuzonoha

    Monthly Girls vol 3 is more of the same, with a little more added depth to other side characters. Ken the Editor, is one of the more interesting characters in this volume. Getting a little more insight on his backstory was the high light of this Volume in my opinion. I can honestly say that this series isn't for everyone, but I think its a pretty good laid back read, for a lazy afternoon. Monthly Girls vol 3 is more of the same, with a little more added depth to other side characters. Ken the Editor, is one of the more interesting characters in this volume. Getting a little more insight on his backstory was the high light of this Volume in my opinion. I can honestly say that this series isn't for everyone, but I think its a pretty good laid back read, for a lazy afternoon.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cat T.

    Hilarious, as always. Since its nominally about love, I kinda want to root for some couple... But everyone is kinda awful. Except Chiyo, of course. It stays a vaguely episodic 4 panel for its whole run, as far as I know, but really, laughing at ridiculous bits it all I'm here for, so it can never change and still be awesome. Hilarious, as always. Since its nominally about love, I kinda want to root for some couple... But everyone is kinda awful. Except Chiyo, of course. It stays a vaguely episodic 4 panel for its whole run, as far as I know, but really, laughing at ridiculous bits it all I'm here for, so it can never change and still be awesome.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kastie Pavlik

    Another laugh out loud volume. The tone jokes make the patterns in other manga stand out now. ( ◜_◝ )~ha! Funny thing with my book: the cover is on upside down or the interior is glued in upside down - one or the other. Who knew how confusing it'd be to read a book backward and upside down? ─=≡Σ(╯°□°)╯︵┻┻ Another laugh out loud volume. The tone jokes make the patterns in other manga stand out now. ( ◜_◝ )~ha! Funny thing with my book: the cover is on upside down or the interior is glued in upside down - one or the other. Who knew how confusing it'd be to read a book backward and upside down? ─=≡Σ(╯°□°)╯︵┻┻

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kitty ✨

    🌸 4.00 🌸 Okay this series def picked up in this novel so I'll be continuing for sure <3 This was one of four manga selections @Letmeinthelib's picked for the month of February over at a bookclub we both co-host The Host Club! 🌸 4.00 🌸 Okay this series def picked up in this novel so I'll be continuing for sure <3 This was one of four manga selections @Letmeinthelib's picked for the month of February over at a bookclub we both co-host The Host Club!

  22. 4 out of 5

    J.D. Holman

    I've seen the anime, and this volume is good evidence for why you should still read the manga as well. It has stories featuring the side characters (like the editors' class reunion) which didn't make it into the anime. I adore this series. So good. I've seen the anime, and this volume is good evidence for why you should still read the manga as well. It has stories featuring the side characters (like the editors' class reunion) which didn't make it into the anime. I adore this series. So good.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Nathan Bartos

    I still don’t really love the format because it’s just three panels of set up and then one of payoff/a punchline most of the time. But the many gags and misunderstandings are funny, and I’m in love with Mikoshiba. To be honest, the characters are getting a little difficult to keep straight.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kim

    Really enjoyed the deepening relationship between Waka and Seo, and more behind the scenes of manga writing! This series is so sweet. The contrast between real life, manga life and school personas is fun and relatable. Fun read!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Bryn (Plus Others)

    So funny, so very exactly what it is -- I laugh out loud reading it & then cannot explain to anyone what the humour is.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Woowott

    Ah, this series is so hilarious. Every time Hori talks about Nozaki's backgrounds, it's all just a little too real, it hits far too close to home. Ah, this series is so hilarious. Every time Hori talks about Nozaki's backgrounds, it's all just a little too real, it hits far too close to home.

  27. 4 out of 5

    brightredglow

    As good as many have said. Love the manga-only content too. Took longer to read only due to being busy overall. Otherwise, it would have been a quick read.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Monrucha▪♡▪

    This series is everything I ever wanted in a comedy manga. I can't wait to get to the parts that anime haven't covered yet. I'm going to give the whole series 5 star at this rate rip me. This series is everything I ever wanted in a comedy manga. I can't wait to get to the parts that anime haven't covered yet. I'm going to give the whole series 5 star at this rate rip me.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bianca (The Ultimate Fangirl)

    Honestly, this series is just too darn funny to pass out on. The panels may be short, but the content is highly amusing. All is good with a hearty laugh that you can get from reading this. 😊💕

  30. 5 out of 5

    Haylee Huddleston

    This series makes me chuckle.

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