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Kousha no Ura ni wa Tenshi ga Umerarete Iru


Alt Names: alt หลังตึกเรียนมีนางฟ้าถูกฝังอยู่alt There Is an Angel Buried Behind the School Building
Author: KOYAMA Kariko
Artist: KOYAMA Kariko
Genres: Drama DramaMystery MysteryPsychological PsychologicalSchool Life School LifeShoujo ShoujoTragedy Tragedy
Type: Manga (Japanese)
Status: Ongoing
Description: Rika is a new shy student at her new school. She’s always had troubles making friends because of her personality. Her past best-friend, Mirai, encourages her to change before she moves to the new school. Will Rika be able to gather some courage to change herself and make new friends?
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36 Comments

This series is in serious need of laser-guided karma.

Yesterday i finished Misu Misou, wich is the same author from Pupipo!

 

...and.. is much more darker :/

Yooooooooooooooo I didnt sign up for this!

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Hey guys, I've heard people saying it's gonna be worse until the ending in Volume 5. I've been looking for a complete review on this manga (because I want to know the whole story without reading the actual manga).

Any of you know where to find the review?

I read the raws until the end, believe me, it gets worse every chapter, and I felt a little unsatisfied with the end... but there is another manga recently released... is the sequence, it also has very heavy scenes. You will not find reviews but will find raws.

OH I'm so glad that someone start to translate it again!! Thank you! I hope they translate the sequence too ;)

The staff in that school suck hard.

Hey guys, I've heard people saying it's gonna be worse until the ending in Volume 5. I've been looking for a complete review on this manga (because I want to know the whole story without reading the actual manga).

Any of you know where to find the review?

What the fuck did I just read? Shit, need some vanilla right now.

I can't help but to feel this is similar to the story in the game Rule of Rose, but instead of orphans, we get 4th graders..

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WARNING TO ALL THOSE COMING HERE LOOKING FOR FLUFFY STUFF!

 

THIS MANGA IS NOT.

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Adding more caps on caps, cos its necessary.

FUCK !!!

What am I reading right now ? All is fucked up !

It's like reading a netorare rape H-Manga.

 

I thought it's gonna be fluffy in the end.

This is quite disturbing.

I'm explaining how the system currently accepted in the community works. If you disagree with the system, start a campaign to change it. But don't go applying tags arbitrarily based on your personal opinion without reaching a broad consensus first.

 

As a general note, if this manga is published in a Japanese shoujo magazine, it means that it is considered appropriate for the shoujo demographic by Japanese editors. Therefore, I think your definition of shoujo needs to be broadened rather than currently accepted classification system changed.

 

You are correct, however, in identifying a problem caused by Batoto's mix up of "genre" and "demographic". So the logical first step for you should be to request that demographics (i.e. shoujo, shounen, seinen, josei) be moved into a separate field other than "genres".

@cmertb: Wrong guy, I never applied or changed tags in this (or any other) manga, because I understand it's not a solution an invites only meaningless "tag wars".

I agree with you, but I'm arguing about contents and readers expectations, not  Japanese editors target demographics.

I'm thinking about it. I fear it wouldn't be enough, this mix up of "genre" and "demographic" usage (outside of Japan) is really deep rooted and predates the current classification. Still I'd like a better browsing experience for us gaijins regardless of what the Japanese editors says. Well, I'll try to bring up the matter in the forum.

These kids are mindfucked.

So it's elementary school Wolfsmund.

I'm explaining how the system currently accepted in the community works. If you disagree with the system, start a campaign to change it. But don't go applying tags arbitrarily based on your personal opinion without reaching a broad consensus first.

 

As a general note, if this manga is published in a Japanese shoujo magazine, it means that it is considered appropriate for the shoujo demographic by Japanese editors. Therefore, I think your definition of shoujo needs to be broadened rather than currently accepted classification system changed.

 

You are correct, however, in identifying a problem caused by Batoto's mix up of "genre" and "demographic". So the logical first step for you should be to request that demographics (i.e. shoujo, shounen, seinen, josei) be moved into a separate field other than "genres".

It doesn't matter what people might understand or misunderstand. There is only one criterion that determines a manga's demographic: the magazine it's published in. Bessatsu Friend is a shoujo mag, therefore this manga is a Shoujo demographic. As for the shoujo ai aspect, read on and you'll find that very obvious theme.

 

Also, after talking to the translator, it appears your Horror tag is misplaced as well. But we'll have to discuss that separately.

I disagree, the purpose of the genre classifications is to know in advance what you can expect from a work and to make an informed choice that is more likely to fit your tastes and/or interests. Genres are about the work contents not the demographics. So why, for Cthulhu blasphemous butt, in the genre field of a manga record card there is a tag that informs me about the main demographics of the magazine were it's published?

Is it really so bizzare to expect that the "Genres" field actually informs you about the genre of a manga? If people are so eager to make the magazine demographics known put a "Magazine demographics" field. IMO the Seinen, Shoujo, etc. tags, when used as genre, they should mirror the actual contents of the manga, because genres are about the contents. If they have to be used as magazine demographics pointers than they can be removed altogether from the genre tags, because they are just misleading and don't serve any purpose in informing you about the contents (and by definition the genre) of the manga.

I agree that it's definitely not a Horror manga, but indeed the current description leads to an utter disappointment of expectations.

Kids these days.

Why is this even in a shoujo magazine? Elementary students doing all sorts of crime and shit. As good this manga is in term of psychology, seeing kids doing these things kinda puts me off. And I love psychology stuff. It may be better if the setting is in middle/high school.

 

Now, the big question. Do I follow this manga or not...?

Read a nice shoujo manga they said... it'll be fun they said... _

 

All tags aside though, it really leads you in. I was not prepared...

This is truly unbelievable. The feelings I get just by reading this
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Uh huh.

 

So then let's continue to have a bunch of people misunderstand, read the manga looking for something it's not, leaving with a bad taste in their mouths while rating down the manga which is actually quite good from a psychological or horror standpoint because I don't understand some slight nuance somewhere that qualifies this as Shoujo/Shoujo-ai.

The series is not attempting to instill any feelings of fear or dread in the reader.  The typical tropes of the horror genre are not present within the series.  It is a psychological series, not a horror series.

 

Going off of the mangaupdates page as well, I think that tragedy, drama, and mystery should be put in the tags as well, mystery being the weakest claim which still has more reason than horror.

It doesn't matter what people might understand or misunderstand. There is only one criterion that determines a manga's demographic: the magazine it's published in. Bessatsu Friend is a shoujo mag, therefore this manga is a Shoujo demographic. As for the shoujo ai aspect, read on and you'll find that very obvious theme.

 

Also, after talking to the translator, it appears your Horror tag is misplaced as well. But we'll have to discuss that separately.

Shoujo and Shoujo-Ai tags added back. Please don't mess with manga metadata if you don't understand how manga classification works.

 

Uh huh.

 

So then let's continue to have a bunch of people misunderstand, read the manga looking for something it's not, leaving with a bad taste in their mouths while rating down the manga which is actually quite good from a psychological or horror standpoint because I don't understand some slight nuance somewhere that qualifies this as Shoujo/Shoujo-ai.


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