- Title: Negima Volume 1
- Author: Ken Akamatsu
- ISBN: 9780099504153
- Page: 213
- Format: Paperback
Don t Touch That Wand Ten year old prodigy Negi Springfield has just graduated from magic academy He dreams of becoming a master wizard Instead he s sent to Japan to teach English at an all girls high school All the students are delighted with their cute new teacher except for Asuna, who resents Negi for replacing the teacher she secretly has a crush on.Although heDon t Touch That Wand Ten year old prodigy Negi Springfield has just graduated from magic academy He dreams of becoming a master wizard Instead he s sent to Japan to teach English at an all girls high school All the students are delighted with their cute new teacher except for Asuna, who resents Negi for replacing the teacher she secretly has a crush on.Although he is forbidden to display his magical powers, sometimes Negi can t resist And when Asuna discovers Negi s secret, she vows to make his life as difficult as possible just the thing to prepare Negi for the challenges of life as a master wizard
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[These take up a lot of space]There are very few books I read any more that I'm partially embarrassed by. For the most part I've either abandoned the stuff that shames me or grown confident enough in my enjoyment that I can feel no guilt for reading something others might not understand. And yet, there remains that small number of works that I demur to recommend—or even admit I read.1Negima: Magister Negi Magi is one of those. It's highly embarrassing to me, but I can't stop. Because for all t [...]
Don't believe the bad reviews from readers who read just the first volume and dare to rate this series. Akamatsu sensei succeeded in creating the whole class of girls with distinctive characters and that's no easy task. Add a sweet harem-like story that evenutally evolves, at least for a few volumes, into a shonen faito manga, and you have a manga that you will want to re-read several times. And believe me, everytime you read this series again, it gets better because you now remember the charact [...]
I think that this was intended as a introduction to the series and that's the reason why I gave it three stars. It was a fun read and that's it, there's no action or drama that would make it a little bit more interesting. It has some funny moments but only where you smile and think "this is insane" not where you laugh out loud. I will definitely continue reading this and I'm sure the next volumes get better.
Must Read Manga - School Harem/Comedy/MagicIf you enjoy magic, comedy and harem in a manga this series is worth reading at least a few times. Most books I enjoy best the first reading, but with this series each time you read it you get more out of it and enjoy it even more than the last time. Of course even the first time it is a great read. Despite the many characters they are all very well developed in this series. This is one of the best manga series ever.
Full of laughter, awkward moments, crazy situations, learning, and friendship. :)
Guilty pleasure :PU sustini vrlo tesko za opisati manga. Sa jedne strane imamo harem mangu sa gomilom devojaka koje stalno upadaju u neke polu ecchi situacije sa glavnim likom (10-togodisnji carobnjak) Sa druge strane ipak ima dosta srca u svemu i ume da bude cak tuzna ili teska. Ali to tek u kasnijim knjigama, ovde na pocetku vise upoznajemo devojke ovog razreda i uzivamo u interakciji i reakcijama usled bezvezne postavke.Ja volim ovaku vrestu bezveznih prica ali to je stvarno stvar ukusa tako [...]
No me suelen molestar los lugares comunes de por sí, pero cuando se acumulan a lo largo de 200 páginas, raramente me convencen. Ni dibujo ni historia me parecieron malos, se dejan ver y leer con comodidad. Tampoco me molesta particularmente el sub-género de "harem manga", ya que Ranma 1/2 entra en esta categoría y es uno de mis comics ponjas favoritos. Pero en cuanto a este Negima #1, hay tantos pero tantos clichés en este primer tomo, que me cuesta mucho verle algún tipo de gracia individ [...]
Negi-Sensei is a 10-year- old wizard who was just assigned a job after graduating from the wizard school. He is assigned a job as a middle school teacher! Due to his "cuteness", the majority of his students fall in love with him. One student, Asuna, finds out that he is a wizard, but she can't tell anyone. He is searching for a "partner" so he can upgrade his wizard abilities. But in order to do that, he has to kiss someone! Asuna, didn't care since he is 10, kissed him to help him and she also [...]
Fun fact: without knowing a single thing about the series, I bought every single volume because I saw them suuuper cheap. This may have been a bad investment.The Good- The art style was pretty cool.- Some parts were funnyThe Bad- Plot? What plot?- Okay so I get that fan service is a thing in manga. I get that. I just cannot understand how semi-naked MIDDLESCHOOL girls made up about 95% of this volume??? This is probably why there was no plot.- The magic system was lame and unexplored.Overall, I [...]
Overall Rating: FSynopsis: 10 year old child wizard/genius Negi Springfield has to teach English at an all-girls boarding school. Magic and fan-service ensue. Both the manga and the anime seem to focus more on fan-service involving middle school girls than on plot or magic. I was tempted to rate it a D, but I have only seen the first disc of the anime, and read the first volume of manga, so maybe it gets better. I wouldn't count on it though.Both seem to be closer to a male's first wet dream tha [...]
Have you ever read a manga where one of the characters were just so tsundere/ridiculous that it hurt? It hurt so much that you put down the book and could not continue further? This is that book. Usually I take ~1 hour to read manga but this one took me three days. THREE. DAYS.I JUST. KEN AKAMATSU. WHY?I should know by now that 99.9% of the time, I do not enjoy light hearted romantic comedy bull. Especially light hearted comedy MANGA bull. Yet I pick this up! Somehow I assumed that this might be [...]
Negima seems like it'll have some real good potential. There are many characters, it is hard to keep them straight. But Negi is sweet and I'm curious to find out how he gets a handle on his classroom of students who are older than he is.Edit 6/18/16Wow I can't believe I started reading this series 11 years ago! I have finally decided to read the entire Negima series! I have collected nearly half the volumes, but the library has the other half so I'm embarking on the long journey to finally get a [...]
I remember really enjoying Love Hina when I read it years ago, so I figured I would pick up this new series of Ken Akamatsu's from the library since the premise was cute and I've always enjoyed his art.Well, I don't remember Love Hina being so full of blatant fan service, although it's been so long it's quite possible it was. Between the school girls constantly obsessing over 10-year-old Negi in ways that seem overly sexual, and every single opportunity them being naked, partially naked, or at t [...]
It's by the creator ofLove Hina so you know what to expect: wacky high jinks and a harem of teenaged girls without their clothes. This time, the boy is a ten-year-old British wizard sent to teach at a girls' school in Japan and the harem is an entire class of 14-year-old girls. Negi Springfield is much less of a schmoe than whatsisname fromLove Hina, though.None of the fan service shows more than you could see by undressing a Barbie doll, but I have to admit there's something dubious about a man [...]
Ken Akamastsu is a master at making harems, I really enjoyed this series, it has a good line of characters but I prefer the Negima!? Edition because it focuses more on character development and comedy than just straight up perverted content.
Fun story, although there was more nudity than I thought I was getting into. have the second one, well see if I stick with this series.
Me ha gustado bastante la historia, no obstante ha habido partes que no me han gustado demasiado. Lo que menos me ha gustado probablemente es el problemilla de Negi.
Couldn't finish. Too sexist.
I wanted to like this, but by the end of this volume, I gave up. Just another harem.
What starts off as a creepy harem comedy about a 10 year old boy teaching a bunch of 14 year old girls eventually turns into an epic journey that is, surprisingly, really fun to read. Are you surprised? So was I. Truth be told, the initial story behind this series is one that I didn't think I would like. I'm not into manga about 10 year olds being put into pervy situations with his 14 year old students. It's just awkward.The first volume starts off with Negi, a young mage who graduates from a ma [...]
Negima has always been one of my most favorite animes. So eventually, I knew I'd get around to reading the manga someday.From the start, the one thing that bugged me the most was Asuna. She was a major bitch from the start. And since I watched the anime, they obviously didn't have much time to stretch out the progression from bitch to cute sisterly figure in 27-30 episodes. So I was used to nice Asuna before mean Asuna.Negi is a cutie. I wish I could babysit him or have him as a little brother. [...]
(At the time of writing this review, I've read through the 24th volume of the series.)Wow. What can I say about Negima? I have very, very mixed feelings about this series.I love the plot - a ten-year-old wizard teaching middle school while looking for his long-lost father. And all the little complications and side-stories, like him learning to live with his students, Asuna (a student; basically the female lead) having to struggle with her feelings for Negi and another one of her teachers, the fr [...]
(Review is for the full series -- it starts slowly but gets better)It's hard to know what to say about a series that features over two dozen compelling, memorable characters while also showing most of those characters in their underwear.There's no getting around it: Negima!, a manga series about a ten-year-old boy wizard (Negi) who teaches English and magic to a class of Japanese high-schoolers, contains ridiculous amounts of fanservice --- that is, underage girls (with adult proportions) swimmi [...]
I ended up dropping Ken Akamatsu's other series, Love Hina, about eight or nine books in because I couldn't stand the meandering story and the you-can-see-this-coming-from-across-the-ocean comedy. And, remembering this, I was hesitant to try the Negima! series at first. The premise sounded cute, though, so I ultimately took a chance.Not so bad, actually. Yeah, it's still harem comedy with the usual awkward moments (I wonder if Akamatsu knows how to write anything else), but the fact that it star [...]
Note: review is for the series up to where I've read (volume 26).For whatever reason, I've always had a thing for stories with a lot of characters, and boy, does this series have a lot of characters. Just taking Negi and his students into account already gives you 32, and then you add the various other mages, teachers, family members, friends, enemiesah, it's a lot. With so many characters, I think you're bound to find at least one you really like (for the record, my favorites, just out of the s [...]
Negima! by Ken Akamatsu is a gripping, miraculous story that has touched the hearts of many. Admittedly, the thought of a ten year old child (Negi Springfield) going off to earn an occupation as a teacher at a high school (Mahora Academy), is a little strange, but the whole story makes up for it completely. Negi, is not an ordinary child, however. He is actually the son of a famous wizard, Nagi Springfield, making Negi a wizard himself. The purpose of him going off to become a teacher is for his [...]
HmmmIt took me a while to get through this one. I want to say that it ends up being really good towards the end. I am curious to see how else the story develops. Character setup is great as others have mentioned. However, it was so full of silliness and perviness that I don't think I will give any more of my time to it. I think the book could have been half as long and been great. I am not against the silliness & perversion of it (lots of practically naked girls) but too much time was spent [...]
Negima!: Magister Negi Magi - Volume 1 has it all: action, comedy, fun and adventure. There are a lot of characters to learn, as there are quite a few girls in the classroom. Ken Akamatsu has created an enjoyable book for any lover of manga. The artwork is excellent and the translation is perfect. Never have I read a manga book that flows in dialog so well as does Negima!: Magister Negi Magi - Volume 1. I loved all of the characters in this book and the funny situations that Negi and Asuna find [...]
I've read all of Ken Akamatsu older series. I have to admit I'm a serious collector that likes to read manga back to back. To the extreme. Hence I am probably one of the few people with patience to wait from 2006-2014 to have a series finish. THEN start to read it back to back. Anyway, I loved his art in Negima! I can't really say why maybe just because it's detail is cute but not overly detailed or too cutsie? I'm not sure that's what I mean exactly. I mean it in a GOOD way!I enjoyed meeting so [...]
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