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Nagatoro is a manga series written and illustrated by Nanashi, which began serialization in the manga magazine Monthly Shōnen Champion on March 5, 2016. The story follows the everyday life of a girl named Nagatoro, who loves to tease and bully her Senpai at school.
The series has been licensed for an English-language release by Seven Seas Entertainment, who released the first volume on December 5, 2017. As of September 2018, three volumes have been released.
The Story So Far
Nagatoro is a high school girl who loves to tease and bully her Senpai. However, as Senpai spends more time with Nagatoro, he’s start to notice that maybe she doesn’t hating him as much as she let on..
The story so far has been collected into 4 tankobon volumes:
-Volume 1: My Senpai is Annoying, But I Can’t Hate Him
-Volume 2: I’m Slowly Falling In Love With My Senpai
-Volume 3: Will My Feelings Reach My Senpai?
-Volume 4: I Confess, I Love My Senpai
Nagatoro is a first year student in high school who loves bullying and teasing her Senpai. She’s outgoing, brazen, and doesn’t seem to understand personal boundaries. In contrast, her Senpai is a shy, mild-mannered individual who would rather keep to himself. Despite this, he can’t help but be drawn in by Nagatoro’s aggressive behavior. As the series progresses, the two characters grow closer to one another as they develop an unlikely friendship.
The series also features a cast of supporting characters, including:
-Nagatoro’s best friend, who is just as outgoing and aggressive as Nagatoro herself.
-Senpai’s older sister, who is very protective of her brother and isn’t afraid to stand up to Nagatoro.
-A girl in Senpai’s class who has a crush on him but is too shy to confess her feelings.
Nagatoro is a high school student who loves to bother her seniors. When she sets her sights on a particular upperclassman, he’s in for a world of torture. But as it turns out, he kind of likes it?
The series will revolve around the unlikely friendship between a shy girl named Nagatoro and a girl who loves to tease her, nicknamed “Senpai.” As the series progresses, the two girls will grow closer to each other and learn more about each other. The series will also explore the theme of bullying, as Nagatoro often teases Senpai despite him never actually Bullying her.
The music in don’t Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro is composed by Kento Hasegawa, with the majority of the tracks being vocal pieces sung by the voice actors of the main characters. The anime’s opening theme song is “Non non non” by Hanazawa Kana, while the ending theme song is “Kiraratii” by Bullseye.
The anime’s original soundtrack was released on June 23, 2021, and contained thirty-two tracks.
The anime’s art director is Takahiro Mogi, and its character designer is Kenta Mimuro. The series is animated by Studio Hibari. Hiroaki Tsutsumi, Yusuke Hatanaka, and Yoshiaki Fujisawa composed the series’ music.
Nagatoro is impatiently waiting for her date with Senpai to arrive, but he’s running late. She spends her time playing with her phone and looking around the park they’re supposed to meet up in.
Nagatoro is currently only available in Japan, but it has been licensed for release in a number of other countries. The series is currently being released digitally by Crunchyroll, with new chapters debuting every Monday. There is no word yet on when or if the series will be released in print.
In conclusion, Nagatoro is a great show that’s definitely worth watching. The characters are all likable, the jokes hit more often than they miss, and the underlying messages about communication and relationships are handled pretty well. While it’s not the deepest or most nuanced show out there, it’s still a lot of fun and I highly recommend it.