We Never Learn is a manga from creator Taishi Tsutsui. The series focuses on a group of high school students struggling to overcome their worst subjects on top of managing crushes and burgeoning romance. VIZ Media is publishing an English language edition of the manga in a series of graphic novels. The series will be published bimonthly under VIZ's “Shonen Jump” imprint.
We Never Learn, Vol. 1(Genius and [ x ] Are Two Sides of the Same Coin; Chapter 1 to 7) introduces Nariyuki Yuiga, a high school senior from an impoverished family. He is eager to secure a full scholarship, known as “the Special VIP Recommendation,” to college before he graduates high school. His principal agrees to give it to him, but there is one stipulation.
Nariyuki must tutor the two smartest girls in school, Rizu Ogata and Fumino Furuhashi, and make sure they get into their target colleges. However, each girl wants to focus on a subject area in which she is not at all good!
THE LOWDOWN: The We Never Learn manga is a high school romantic comedy. Because most of the lead characters are female, one might assume that this is a shojo manga – comics for teen girls, but it can appeal to both male and female readers – teen and older.
We Never Learn Graphic Novel Volume 1 will remind readers of such shonen romantic comedies as the recent Nisekoi: False Love and the classic Strawberry 100%. Like such manga, We Never Learn has at its center, a male character, who gets caught in a relationship circle that includes two girls, at least in the beginning. We Never Learn has, to start, an attractive love triangle.
We Never Learn, like Nisekoi, has three nice characters to start the love triangle. Both girls are really smart, and are also pretty (of course). At first, Taishi Tsutsui focuses on the two girls' area of expertise, but with each chapter, we start to see more of their personalities. There is some fanservice in the form of a bikini shots and boob grabbing, but this series will thrive the more we like these characters. Well, this is a good start, and I think we will be looking forward to each new volume of We Never Learn.
POSSIBLE AUDIENCE: Fans of shonen romance comedies will want to read the Shonen Jump title, We Never Learn.