Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches (Manga)

Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches manga is all about the story of a high school kid nicknamed as the “problem kid”. His name is Ryu Yamada. From the creator of “Flunk Punk Rumble,” Miki Yoshikawa gives us a super cool high school romantic comedy manga.

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Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches

The screenplay starts with our hero, Yamada getting scolded by his school principal for sleeping in the classroom. After his meeting with the principal, he encounters Urara Shiraishi in a staircase. It seems she is an honor student. But accidently, he fell on her. *BOOM*SURPRISE* Their bodies got switched. Yeah, that’s when the fun part starts.Two people who couldn’t be more opposite from each other find themselves running around the school in each other’s bodies. The screenplay really feels so good with all that comedy theme mixed.


The whole day passes and he finally realised how the life of an honor would be. It seems like that problem kid too have a soft corner in his heart. Finally they, came back to the same stairs where the incident happened and tried to reverse it back by falling on each other again. Nevertheless, it failed to work. Finally she discovered the way to reverse the scenario. They had to kiss for that. Yeah, their bodies switched with the other during that incident only because they accidentally kissed each other and not because one fell on the other. He kissed her. I mean the she inside the body of the he kissed the he inside the body of the she. Man, what hell am I speaking? Yeah, coming to the point. However, that reversed the spell somehow.

And he thought that the next day would be so fun. Nonetheless, unfortunately, it’s not. And the progress of the story might be about the after math effect of that incident and how they get along with each other. However, if you’re looking for some funny high school manga, this one (Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches) is highly recommended.

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