Sara's Reviews > GTO: Great Teacher Onizuka, Vol. 15

GTO by Tōru Fujisawa
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Aug 04, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: manga, humor, shounen
Read in January, 2004 — I own a copy , read count: 2

Funniest Series EVER! My absolute favorite!! Another crazy volume. Especially the 100 men to one arm wrestling match at the end. haha lol I liked it, but when I read it both times I thought,"Isn't it a little late in the series for such extreme super-human antics?" I don't know. Maybe it's not. It was funny after all. Maybe my problem was just attached to my thoughts on Mayu. I think Mayu was over-hyped. I expected much more trouble from him and in the end, he was one of the most easily won over hooligans. I think the idea of this character was a good one; the clever, but lonely, truant party-boy. It has potential, but I think it should have been built upon more. Unfortunately, Mayu ended up feeling like a pretty flat character. I think maybe there could have been some flash-backs for insight into his past or maybe he could have been talked about in the next volume. Instead, he's just kind of there.

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