The Ouran Host Club pays a visit to Haruhi’s house and more escapades ensue. But is this funny romp worth your time and money? Brief summary and recommendations inside.
The Ouran Host Club visits Haruhi’s house to see how commoners live and Tamaki finds himself in an awkward position when Haruhi’s cross dressing father comes home.
This manga is fun and I enjoy it and it’s a humorous and makes me smile. I also like that it’s not too serious. The interactions of the characters are what make it an entertaining read.
I like Bisco Hatori’s writing and even though Ouran isn’t one of my favorite manga titles, I always enjoy picking it up from my local library. The unique twist on a lot of shojo clichés are fun and it’s a very enjoyable take on shojo manga.
The artwork is also very nice and Bisco Hatori is a very talented manga writer and artist. The designs are fun and make the humorous scenes funny and amusing. The character designs are unique and memorable too.
A note to parents that Ouran High School Host Club is recommended for ages 13 and up because of adult situations and innuendo. There isn’t too much profanity, but because of the innuendo it’s recommended for an older audience.
Overall, I recommend Ouran High School Host Club because it’s a funny manga that anyone who enjoys shojit’s just o will enjoy, and if you want something light hearted and humorous, you can’t go wrong with this manga. But if you’re unsure if you want to buy this, give it a shot from your local library, it is pretty popular so see if you can borrow it to read first. If this is something that fits your taste in manga, but it’s well worth a read and I liked it a lot, and I will keep on reading until the last volume.