私がモテてどうすんだ 1 [Watashi ga Motete Dousunda 1]

私がモテてどうすんだ 1 [Watashi ga Motete Dousunda 1]

私は芹沼花依。男の子同士が仲よくしているのを見たり妄想するのが大好きないわゆる腐女子♪ある日、愛するアニメキャラが死んだショックで体重が激減。すると、校内の4人の美男子?...

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Title:私がモテてどうすんだ 1 [Watashi ga Motete Dousunda 1]
Author:Junko
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ISBN:4063418790
Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:160 pages

私がモテてどうすんだ 1 [Watashi ga Motete Dousunda 1] Reviews

  • Josephine  the Rereader
    Oct 23, 2015

    Sweet otaku

    is just your average fangirl who is also overweight. She's really nice, pretty smart and, of course, has a very active fantasy life as a fujoshi. While daydreaming about her classmates

     and

     with her friend

    , one of the boys falls on top of her, letting us see her interactions with them as well as the other two boys in this story,

    , an older student and fellow History club member and

    , a younger and very

    Sweet otaku

    is just your average fangirl who is also overweight. She's really nice, pretty smart and, of course, has a very active fantasy life as a fujoshi. While daydreaming about her classmates

     and

     with her friend

    , one of the boys falls on top of her, letting us see her interactions with them as well as the other two boys in this story,

    , an older student and fellow History club member and

    , a younger and very cold student.

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    After the latest episode of her favorite anime airs, her favorite character (who happens to look a lot like

    ) dies in a sword fight (I think???) and she falls into a depression so deep she doesn't eat for a week, arising on the eighth day looking like a model. Of course, the boys fall over themselves to date her (except

     who is cool, knew it was her immediately and maybe just wants to study???).

    Hijinks ensue.

     is typical to many manga leads, except she isn't exactly pining to go out with any of the boys who want to go out with her. As the title suggests, she'd rather they dated each other. Of course, when flirted with, she blushes and when showered with attention, her heart races, but I know plenty who still act that way*.

    Of course, an unreal fantasy wouldn't be complete without our heroine being fully accepted for her socially stigmatized ways. Is it impossible, no, especially considering the treatment these boys gave her before her transformation.

    I'm actually looking forward to seeing the friendship of these five develop (and forgive my fujoshi heart, but I'm really hoping that a relationship between two of the boys actually does develop) as the series goes on. I've already pre-ordered the next two books.

    I'm already kind of rooting for

     because he recognized her kindness, knows her more than the others, as they are in history club together. I've never been one for the whole senpai-madness, but I, as perhaps is typical, enjoy the idea of an older student with a younger student. He helps her study, is mature and sweet... The realist in me really can't tell yet who she will end up with (and with five volumes already out, maybe Junko doesn't know yet?) but am getting vibes from

     as a potential front-runner. Though in this chapter (the sports chapter) we see growth in one character, perhaps as the series goes on, we will see the more positive things about each character. Though I wonder if I

    get any more positive about

    !

    My biggest qualm was that the characters of 

    's mother and brother were so two-dimensional (her mother, literally) only really reacting to a specific aspect of

    , her physical beauty, previously her being overweight. Her brother is so fashionable, he's either just a caricature I don't completely grasp, or he's destined to confuse

    's fantasies by being the object of desire for one of her admirers... I honestly have no idea where this will go.

    Though sometimes questionable, I find this first volume very enjoyable. I definitely laughed out loud a couple of times.

    *Me, I mean me.

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  • Liza
    Dec 09, 2015

    OMG. This manga.

    I'm not usually one that reviews first volumes of manga but...

    This manga is my love.

    It reminds me of Senpai Club.

    It makes fun of the tropes usually found in reverse-harem stuff.

    Yeah, the little piece about her losing weight and becoming pretty was kind of...insensitive but I'm willing to let it slide. It's a funny manga and I don't want to think too much while reading it.

    So yeah, can't wait to see where it goes...

    Also this is part of one of the best scenes:

  • Mayu
    Jun 23, 2016

    Reseña del tomo uno al seis:

    6/10

    Os la recomiendo, es divertidisima y tiene momentos muy emotivos y otros de fangirl y otros de fujoshi total. Te ríes mucho con la serie, es una muy buena comedia escolar pero a mi me empezó a dejar como una sensación de frustración en el pecho. Estaba totalmente inmersa en lo que estaba leyendo y por un lado me estaba encantando pero por otro estaba viendo que no íbamos a llegar a ninguna parte.

    (...)

    Con esta obra Junko anima a ser uno mismo, cosa que es una gran

    Reseña del tomo uno al seis:

    6/10

    Os la recomiendo, es divertidisima y tiene momentos muy emotivos y otros de fangirl y otros de fujoshi total. Te ríes mucho con la serie, es una muy buena comedia escolar pero a mi me empezó a dejar como una sensación de frustración en el pecho. Estaba totalmente inmersa en lo que estaba leyendo y por un lado me estaba encantando pero por otro estaba viendo que no íbamos a llegar a ninguna parte.

    (...)

    Con esta obra Junko anima a ser uno mismo, cosa que es una gran lección porque jamás se puede fingir ser otro para gustarle a alguien, porque estaríamos renegando de quien somos. También te enseña que por amor todos esos preciosos niños han encontrado algo mucho más importante que un romance, una amistad que sabe totalmente a familia. Yo se que estos seis chicos podrán contar siempre unos con otros.

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  • Ema
    Nov 14, 2016

    Lolol this anime + manga is hilarious. Also Kae is so relatable sometimes

  • Zain Otoom
    Dec 22, 2016

    Hahaha this was hilarious! Just mindless fun!

  • KimberlyRose
    Dec 27, 2016

    1.5 stars. The art, as always with Junko, is shoujo-beautiful; I surprised myself with a couple of laughs: those are the good things.

    I have major problems with the basic story: it's not presented as a ridiculous, fantastical social satire; rather, the reader is asked to see it as a believable reality (for shoujo, at least). Considering that, it is superficial on a subject that cannot be taken superficially in a book marketed to young women (or men, for that matter). She loses many pounds in a si

    1.5 stars. The art, as always with Junko, is shoujo-beautiful; I surprised myself with a couple of laughs: those are the good things.

    I have major problems with the basic story: it's not presented as a ridiculous, fantastical social satire; rather, the reader is asked to see it as a believable reality (for shoujo, at least). Considering that, it is superficial on a subject that cannot be taken superficially in a book marketed to young women (or men, for that matter). She loses many pounds in a single week, and there is no mention of the corresponding negative health issues, only amazement at her "successful" transformation. The sudden attention, approval, desirability and lovability based on her losing weight is hurtful and insulting. But she brainlessly la-de-dahs along. (Caveat: There is one guy who treats her the same as before--with respect, but not sexual interest.)

    Perhaps these serious concerns will be address later, but I'm left too disappointed by the shallowness and callousness of the story to bother picking up the second volume.

  • Quirky Omega
    Jan 02, 2017

    Be prepared to bombarded with ridiculous situations. An overweight girl miraculously bevomes svelte after being cooped up in her room, not eating anything. And the was because she went into mourning over a character's death in her favourite Yaoi manga.

    Then her ridiculous fascination imagining her handsome school mates in gay relationships.

    And the four guys. Yikes!

    Basically, if I hadn't stopped reading after volume 1, I would have definitely torn my ab muscles.

  • Elizabeth (Elzburg)
    Dec 28, 2016

    When I first read the synopsis of

    I instantly knew that I had to watch it. Kae Serinuma is the epitome of an otaku, a fujioshi specifically, and she even ships her male classmates with each other. When one of her favorite anime characters dies she becomes so sad that she locks herself up in her room for a week. In this time she rapidly loses weight and miraculously becomes extremely beautiful. Because of this she gains a harem of boys from her school who all try to win her over,

    When I first read the synopsis of

    I instantly knew that I had to watch it. Kae Serinuma is the epitome of an otaku, a fujioshi specifically, and she even ships her male classmates with each other. When one of her favorite anime characters dies she becomes so sad that she locks herself up in her room for a week. In this time she rapidly loses weight and miraculously becomes extremely beautiful. Because of this she gains a harem of boys from her school who all try to win her over, but all she wants is for them to love each other!

    The anime just finished airing last week and it’s safe to say it has become a new favorite. Because of this I knew I had to continue with the series by reading the manga. The anime and manga are

    the same (except for one slight exception which I will explain later), so you can pick either one and have a good time.

    Except I never found myself laughing when I read the manga, only when I watched the anime. But that could be because I read the manga second, so I already knew the jokes so that’s why I didn’t laugh. It was still a joy re-experiencing the series though.

    The exception I mentioned earlier is pretty much only relevant if you’re someone who has watched the anime and would like to continue on with the manga without re-reading all of it. The exception is that one of the key moments in the series was presented at a different point in the anime than it was in the manga, so this is something you need to be aware of if you’re transferring from anime to manga. So click the spoiler tag below to learn that, and also to find out where the anime drops off so you know where to continue in the manga. Don’t click the spoiler if you haven’t read up to chapter 22 (volume 6), or if you haven’t

    finished the anime.

    So, since this is a harem (albeit a reversed one), this means that there is one important question that must be asked…

    If you’ve been paying attention throughout this review you may or may not have noticed something….

    A sort of…

    … you might say… Throughout my chosen images…

    If you haven’t caught on yet, Nana (blond one) and Igarashi (other one) are my favorite boys. Nana because… Well… Just LOOK at him. Quite nice, quite nice indeed. But personality-wise he’s a dick, so he’s not actually BEST boy. That title belongs to Igarashi, hence why he’s the poster boy for the banner I made for this review. Speaking of which—HOW FREAKING EXTRA AM I!?!? I made a freaking banner for this review, for frick’s sake. Also I took the time to Photoshop all the images together to create the anime-manga comparisons. I never cease to amaze myself, like I seriously need to calm down.

    So yeaaah. I found this series very enjoyable and funny. I read some discussions about episodes as I was watching them weekly, so I know that there are other people who somehow didn’t get as much enjoyment out of it as I did, which is unfortunate. I think that if you’re out of the target demographic you won’t like it as much. Like, if you’re a straight male. I think there’s just something about this series that doesn’t appeal to that group as much as it did to me. It won’t give them the giddiness that it gave me. By the way, this is NOT a yaoi series, if you thought that’s what I was implying (especially since this is made by a yaoi author). But anyway, as a teenage girl I thought this series was very fun.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

  • Deepa Raghunath
    Feb 09, 2017

    Serinuma, an overweight otaku is happy just watching hot guys. When her favorite comic character, Shino dies, she spends a week mourning and suddenly loses weight to emerge into an extremely cute girl. The transformation is such that even her best friend does not recognize her! Of course it's over exaggerated, but is absolutely hilarious! Stunned by her cuteness, three hot guys, Igarashi, Shinomi, Nanashima, who had not paid any attention to her earlier suddenly falls in love with her! Mutsumi,

    Serinuma, an overweight otaku is happy just watching hot guys. When her favorite comic character, Shino dies, she spends a week mourning and suddenly loses weight to emerge into an extremely cute girl. The transformation is such that even her best friend does not recognize her! Of course it's over exaggerated, but is absolutely hilarious! Stunned by her cuteness, three hot guys, Igarashi, Shinomi, Nanashima, who had not paid any attention to her earlier suddenly falls in love with her! Mutsumi, who has always been nice to her also joins the competition of asking her out. Being a fujoshi herself, who is interested in boys being in love she finds this overwhelming. She pretends to be the way the guys wants and decides to spend equal time with all the guys, but comes to a point where she is absolutely fed up and cannot go on further that way. She expresses her concern and these silly boys are least bothered as they are busy competing against each other! So she decides to explore her feelings and be the way she is! That was quite a good point about this book as she's not set back by what others would think and decides to be herself!

    Definitely an extremely hilarious comic that it's quite silly to an extent! So if you are up for a silly and a hysterical read this is definitely it! The artwork is awesome and the expressions are beautifully seen! Absolutely loved it!

  • Stefania
    Feb 19, 2017

    Man, I'm laughing sooo hard! This manga is amazingly funny, and I feel so similar to the main character in tastes and behaviour that it's almost scary xD

    A comic union of shoujo manga and (only dreamed) BL, a light and entertaining reading.