14 August 2013

Anime Wednesday - Kaichou wa Maid-sama!

Here's a post from my anime-lover daughter about Kaichou wa Maid-sama. Read on!

This week, I’ll be introducing a new manga/ anime that’s perfect for people who enjoy a good light-hearted romance high school story.

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Kaichou wa Maid-sama/ Maid-sama (Alternate title: The Student council president is a Maid)

Kaichou wa Maid-sama is an on-going manga series by Hiro Fujiwara. It focuses on the female student council president, Misaki Ayuzawa , in a once all-boys school turned co-ed, with only having 5% of the school being female. Usui Takumi, the school’s heartthrob is just one of Misaki’s problems in school. Labeled as a ‘heart-breaker’ by girls, Misaki holds nothing but annoyance at him for treating girls like that. Besides him, her main problem is that…

She works part-time as a maid in a café! It’s a secret from the whole student body (even to her close friends). And to make matters worse, Usui find out her secret part time job!

How would it affect her reputation as the student council president, when everyone finds out about her secret?!

Basically, the whole thing screams out giant fluffy clouds of cuteness! Especially the main characters.

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Misaki Ayuzawa:

The black haired and amber eyed student council president of Seika high school (as of latest chapters, resigned from her position as a second year) who’s known by the male student body as ‘The Demon President’. Living with her mother and sister, Suzuna, she took a part time job to support her family after her father left them with a large debt, which is the root cause of her hatred for all men (except the gentlemanly type), with the sole exception of Usui.

Usui Takumi:

The handsome blonde and green eyed heart throb of the whole female body of Seika High (with the obvious exception of Misaki, which in later chapters become invalid). Coming from a Royal British heritage, despite being half Japanese, he’s quite exceptional at everything. Usui lives alone with his pet cat, Licht (German for ‘light’) in a high-rise condo, away from his somewhat estranged family back in Britain. His family seems to have complicated issues with him being an illegitimate child of the Walker family, being born of Patricia Walker and Yuu Hirose, one of the Walker family’s butlers.

So with two amazing characters like that, you’d wanna see how this all ends! So if I we’re you, go on and watch it. You’ll surely enjoy all the sensually adorable characters and humorous situations that Fujiwara made.


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