Psychic Academy Volume 1

Psychic Academy Volume Ai Shiomi is pushed into attending the Psychic Academy where he must live up to his older brother s heroic reputation a The Man Who Stopped the Evil Lord To make matters worse his brother is now a t

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  • Title: Psychic Academy Volume 1
  • Author: Katsu Aki
  • ISBN: 9781591826217
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ai Shiomi is pushed into attending the Psychic Academy, where he must live up to his older brother s heroic reputation a The Man Who Stopped the Evil Lord To make matters worse, his brother is now a teacher at the academy.

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    1. One of the worst mangas I've ever read.The plot felt very jerky and not well-transitioned. I know it's just the first book but it did not manage to give the characters any actual character/personality. There were boobs where there really did not have to be boobs. (And I'm not one to really complain about boobs, but man, these characters are teenagers. Blagh. Though I guess this is common in Japanese works.) Also the plot was not even interesting or engaging. Not worth reading or continuing with [...]

    2. I promise I'll read something more wholesome soon >///>Haha, so my friend from school bought this and let me borrow it. My first thought; Awww, he bought a shojo. His recomendation was not to read it at school, and later, when I started reading, I was like Holy crap, that's why xD I mean, obviously there's worse fanservice out there, but yeah. Don't even google this if it bothers you; you will be overloaded with exposed chests and behinds. But yeah shojo style ecchi.The story isn't deep at [...]

    3. Ai Shiomi attends the prestigious Psychic Academy where his older brother teaches. He faces deep insecurities while he tries to live up to his brother's fame for stopping the Evil Lord. While the premise is interesting, the plot line is underdeveloped - what's the story here? So far, Ai attends school, goes on some mini-adventures, and feels inferior to his older brother. The series quickly and regularly falls into fan service: the girls all have massive boobs, nobody's wearing enough clothing, [...]

    4. This series had a great premise. Psychic kids need training so they go to special schools. Unfortunately, there is a lot of fan service. All the girls have giant boobs and short skirts. The main character and his perverted rabbit see way too much action for my taste, but the idea was so good I kept hoping the end would make up for it. The end was good, but not quite enough

    5. As I continue my discovery of the graphic novel connection, I want to take a minute to be real here.  I would not call myself a fan of manga.  I like graphic novels and comic books but the backward reading always drove me nuts.  Only, not really.  What I have learned through the years is that a good story is readable in any format.  When I was looking through books I've read in the past decade, there were some manga series that stuck out.  I liked R.O.D. and Hellsing, Princess Ai and M [...]

    6. This is an oldie but a goodie. I love manga, but rarely is it in the budget these days to purchase them, they are after all quick reads. Luckily I found the first seven installments on ebay and I snatched them right up quick. Just as I remember them, the story is fun and light hearted. it focuses on the younger brother, seemingly un special when compared to his older brother Zero, the savior of the world!As he goes to school in Japan, honing his psychic abilities (if he can even find them) we ge [...]

    7. So my cousin Spencer suggested this series to me, thanks!The covers are wacky, especially the inconsistent color on this volume. The art is in the classic 90s manga style. It's not my favorite, but I don't hate it, probably because of how well Zero is drawn. He's the best character and the way his hair flops in his face, his super confidence in that ridiculous super hero costume, is what pushes him past Mew for me. I do like Mew as she seems to be comparable to Zero, like a female version. I enj [...]

    8. I am extremely picky about manga and I am so happy I can say I loved this one.It has all the usual elements of a love-triangle, but I think the characters are really easy to like. I normally don't like the fluffy side characters, but the Master Boo is hilarious. Outside of reading the story, when I think back on it, I remember it as watching an anime, which is interesting for me. I like to imagine colors on the pages and I guess that means the pictures play through my mind as if I were watching [...]

    9. Ah, yes, a manga back from my novice days, back before I had ever heard the term "ecchi." I naively picked the series up on the premise alone, trusting it was just a story about kids with psychic powers. Man, was my fresh out of middle school self surprised at all the ecchi scenes!My original review, back from 2011:"Weird manga . . . it's kind of confusing and very obviously written by a guy. :("My kind little self read this whole series and gave it three stars, which I'll keep for old time's sa [...]

    10. I loved reading this as I haven't read a manga in a while and I do love the fluidity of them. Didn't have any expectations when I started The fantasy plot caught my eye but the bit of fan serving put me a little on guard as I don't usually like fan service only manga. So I'd had to wait to read more and see what was the genre of it.

    11. I've had these books since I was a pre-teen and I think they suited me more then. The art drives me mad - what's with all the hair and the clothing folds? Gah. The story is okay. Lots of romance and pining. Fanservice. Love triangles. There's a bit of action. I don't wanna do it a disservice, but it's a lot harder to read now that I've grown up.

    12. ♡♡♡ I'm already in love with this series, and this was just the first volume. I can't wait to read more. So very cute. I loved the characters, especially Ai and Orina. And Zero was freaking hilarious, as was Master Boo. Gotta love it when a manga has nothing but interesting characters. But wow, so much fan service. Soooooooo much fan service. Love it anyway, though. ♡♡♡

    13. It was really funny and good. First off, it at times was STEAMY. Not just a little but a lot. For example, the girl in the bathtubher boobs showing, not other privates though. *Ages 12-13+* because of that.

    14. I really didn't understand this and I don't plan on ever reading anymore of the series. I felt that it was stupid and childish and rather boring.

    15. [Series Length: 11 volumes / Read: volumes 1-11](Would you like me to post a short review of this series? Feel free to place a request in my GoodReads InBox. Thanks!)

    16. (This is for all Psychic Academy books) They are amazing, and at first they are corny, but they are truely wonderous. Katsu Aki is an amazing Artist, as you would see if you read the books

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