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Harapeko no Marie


Alt Names: alt 배고픈 마리alt 腹ペコのマリーalt Hungry Marie
Author: Tamura Ryuuhei
Artist: Tamura Ryuuhei
Genres: Action ActionComedy ComedyGender Bender Gender BenderMartial Arts Martial ArtsMystery MysterySchool Life School LifeShounen ShounenSupernatural Supernatural
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: A new serialisation from the author of Beelzebub.

Taiga is the heir to a Buddhist temple, while Anna is the poster child of the neighboring church. Normally these two star-crossed lovers would be just that. However, one day, Taiga discovers that Anna's church has a plan to resurrect a certain French aristocrat...
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296 Comments

i have a soft spot for gender bender love triangles

 

they're like a regular love triangle, but one of the points is in a different dimension

I've tried, because I have fond memories of early Beelzebub, but I am just not feeling the hook, characters, or plot at all. It seems like nothing past the premise was planned out beforehand, so instead he throws new characters in each week to try and keep the ramshackle series from falling apart.

Maybe the Gender Bender's genre is one of the main reason after all

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No.

Guys, whatever you do, don't fight a bear in real life. Those guys are waaay faster than you think, and with their hulking strength, sharp claws and huge body mass, they can shred people to pieces with little to no effort.

 

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Guys, whatever you do, don't fight a bear in real life. Those guys are waaay faster than you think, and with their hulking strength, sharp claws and huge body mass, they can shred people to pieces with little to no effort.


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Guys, whatever you do, don't fight a bear in real life. Those guys are waaay faster than you think, and with their hulking strength, sharp claws and huge body mass, they can shred people to pieces with little to no effort.

There's no plot, so the author's turned the stuffed bear into a McGuffin in a futile attempt to not get axed.

 

Don't know how long this is going to survive.

i cant wait for this to get animated so i can hear marie's voice machinegun-tsukkomi-ing at all those boke thrown her way

I've tried, because I have fond memories of early Beelzebub, but I am just not feeling the hook, characters, or plot at all. It seems like nothing past the premise was planned out beforehand, so instead he throws new characters in each week to try and keep the ramshackle series from falling apart.

wrong it actually was axed, it lost out on te weekly vote

Yeah that's why the last couple of chapters became really brutal and fast paced.

Beelzebub wasn't cancelled. The author was having some sort of trouble and ended it himself. I mean his new series might be getting axed I haven't been paying attention to the votes, but Beelzebub didn't end because it was unpopular. Hell it even had a side story run for a time in the Jump's monthly thing.

wrong it actually was axed, it lost out on te weekly vote

TLR D is bad, the only thing it had was the massive fanservice that got even riskier each time in the monthly magazine.

That was 100% point of this manga and it was perfect at it. What the fuck did you expect?

Oh great, people now don't even know their shit. Let me enlighten you. Original To Love-Ru ran for 3 years in WSJ then it became borderline hentai.

 

I know that. You tell me, what does Darkness have to do with Jump?

What the hell is happening this manga is multi-lane drifting like mad.

I dunno wit r u talking abt, im liking this shit. More interesting than other shounens with bland mc powering up with just a feeling of"friendship" and shits.
I can't imagine any of these boys NOT being a completely apt suitor for Marie /s. A master duelist is there! A master duelist!

90% of the comments are just people complaining about how the manga is too much like Beelzebub, or too little like Beelzebub. It's valid criticism, but I think it's enough to make a forum board about it and criticize there. Comments are becoming more filled with replies than actual comments...

I'll put my actual two cents in here though, since I guess everyone else is doing it-- this is not suited for Shounen Jump. SJ has a specific sense that is catered toward a specific demographic, and while other audiences will enjoy reading it because SJ does have some of the "best" manga, it can't deviate from the usual Shounen route. I'd say this manga and Samon the Summoner would have faired much better in a... magazine? Publisher? Like Gangan Online. Something where they can say they are Shounen, but are overall much looser about enforcing a specific formula and where there is a broader range of audiences.

So what does Jump series being axed have to do with "shit" series from several other magazines?


Oh great, people now don't even know their shit. Let me enlighten you. Original To Love-Ru ran for 3 years in WSJ then it became borderline hentai.

Still, Harapeko no Marie is not a good manga. It's medicore at best, and is too similar to Beelzebub so it's going down.

Bakuga, Bear Killer school, expert in martial arts. Specialty? Yogurt tasting <3.
Ragawa, Domination school, a one man yankee. Also the jump rope champion.
Haine, Dusk school, womanizer. nicknamed "The Wizard".

Those are some cute hobbies. And one is called a wizard while wooing girls... Galge much?
 

TLR D is bad, the only thing it had was the massive fanservice that got even riskier each time in the monthly magazine.

Calling fanservice porn bad because it has massive fanservice isn't gonna do anything, you know? Try something else.

Sigh, good mangas get axed and many shit mangas run for years. Shit mangas like Tolove Ru, Masamune Revenge and Amano Megumi wa Suki. It is ridiculous.

You simply say only manga that has Ecchi survives and Plot dies?

How the fuck are TLR and Amano Megumi bad? Former is pure fanservice and latter is vanilla romance.

Also 2 of them aren't even from same publisher.

TLR D is bad, the only thing it had was the massive fanservice that got even riskier each time in the monthly magazine.

Sigh, good mangas get axed and many shit mangas run for years. Shit mangas like Tolove Ru, Masamune Revenge and Amano Megumi wa Suki. It is ridiculous.

How the fuck are TLR and Amano Megumi bad? Former is pure fanservice and latter is vanilla romance.

Also 2 of them aren't even from same publisher.

Are you done remembering Belzebuub? Cause I am pretty sure we are reading Hara Marie here.

While there might be similarities, mangakas have hard time going away from their style. And yet when I read Gin no Saji or Arslan, I did not have that FMA expression. The same way here. Different manga with similar style to older work, but different nonetheless.

it's the super similar characters with his previous work, in FMA to Gin no Saji there is a big gap in story and the characters are really different (GnS is great, but there isn't a col. Mustang for example)

Are you done remembering Belzebuub? Cause I am pretty sure we are reading Hara Marie here.

While there might be similarities, mangakas have hard time going away from their style. And yet when I read Gin no Saji or Arslan, I did not have that FMA expression. The same way here. Different manga with similar style to older work, but different nonetheless.

 

 

For me the inclusion of delinquent fights doesn't feel like similarity in style so much as a deliberate attempt to copy Beelzebub. They made sense in the earlier work but here they're just randomly thrown in.

Are you done remembering Belzebuub? Cause I am pretty sure we are reading Hara Marie here.

While there might be similarities, mangakas have hard time going away from their style. And yet when I read Gin no Saji or Arslan, I did not have that FMA expression. The same way here. Different manga with similar style to older work, but different nonetheless.

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