AAA Manga Review

Published March 11, 2015 by Shay Taree

Alright so I just finished reading the manga AAA by Fukushima Haruka. It was actually a really good manga and from the moment I started reading it I couldn’t stop. But here is the synopsis:

Ogata Aoi is in her 2nd year of middle school and is the president of the student council. The middle school she attends is one of the best in the country and is called “AAA”. Aoi goes there to meet her first love, but after a surprising meeting, she’s finding out that her first love is a gang leader in the neighbor school, called “CCC” (lowest level). Maybe it’s only a coincidence that that gang leader and her first love have the same name since they look completely different from each other, but now, Aoi wants to find more about this person….

This is definitely a shoujo manga (my favorite genre actually) but it actually reminded me a lot about Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. I’m not going to say to much regarding that because it may give some things away. Also AAA definitely had a twist in it that I didn’t see coming.

It had a lot of sweet moments that definitely made me swoon 

as well as a few moments that had my heart beating fast because of what was going on. 

It’s a quick read since it’s only 15 chapters long but it was definitely a good switch from the manga that I’ve been reading.

So if your looking for a short by good shoujo manga definitely check out AAA because it will have you enraptured from beginning to end. So I give AAA a 9/10 even though the plot could be kind of predictable at times but still it was just to sweet to not enjoy. Also I would love to see this made into an anime one day! 

So let me know what you thought of this review and also let me know what manga’s you are reading. So comment down below and like always I will answer back!

~Anime Reviewer Girl!
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8 comments on “AAA Manga Review

  • I read many of Fukushima Haruka’s mangas, but I don’t have any favorite mangas of hers. I guess it is because of how generic her themes tend to be! (No offense to you of course!) Not only that, I moved away from this type of manga style; what I mean is her type of artwork designs. I don’t like the big bubble eyes and the weak girls anymore.

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