Waiting in the Classroom

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Everything is surely connected, isn’t it? For Hoshino, life after graduation would mean not being able to see his teacher Ms Tsukioka again, even if she is just a simulation—or is she? If Ms. Tsukioka is a real person and actually exists, does Hoshino have the courage to find her and express his feelings to her? Waiting in the Classroom is the extraordinary story of an unordinary school, a teacher that only appears when the students are sleeping, and an ordinary boy in search of a deeper connection.
Manga Author:
Emi Fukasaku
Manga Genre:
One-Shot
Manga Publisher:
MAVO
Completed Series
Manga Tags:
Manga Story:

Everything is surely connected, isn’t it? For Hoshino, life after graduation would mean not being able to see his teacher Ms Tsukioka again, even if she is just a simulation—or is she? If Ms. Tsukioka is a real person and actually exists, does Hoshino have the courage to find her and express his feelings to her? Waiting in the Classroom is the extraordinary story of an unordinary school, a teacher that only appears when the students are sleeping, and an ordinary boy in search of a deeper connection.
Manga Author:
Emi Fukasaku
Manga Genre:
One-Shot
Manga Publisher:
MAVO

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A.R.
I liked it, I wish it was longer because I want to know how the dream school works. But as a self-contained story, the flow and the ending were good.

The art in the manga was cute and simple.
Aug 17
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Gothic Sugar
This manga addresses the concpet of dreams and reality. It seems confusing, but think of it in terms of people in a coma being able to hear what's going on in the outside world. Only in this case, the dream world exists as an expansive world where people can interact with one another. I believe it was handled really well and while I think this would make a good longer series, it is self contained and ends effectively.
Aug 17
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cissi679
The main character in this short one-shot is a male student in a school where the best lessons are the math ones. Why? Because the lessons are inside a dream. I know, weird. And what's even weirder is that their math teacher only appears in these lessons, and/or if a student falls asleep or falls unconscious.

I would like to have a sequel to this one, I felt that the reader was given too little information on this whole dreaming thing? But it was a cute manga, with simple drawing style and I really enjoyed it.
Aug 17
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