Kae-Tan desu~ (*≧▽≦)
Ozaki-kun stares a lot. As quoted by some girls, “Usually, that kinda stare would be creepy, but when it’s Ozaki-kun, it gives you goosebumps!”……..wha…-__- But all that staring is because Ozaki is secretly a mangaka (a person that draws manga, Japanese comics) and his works have sold millions. His editor encourages him to use his daily school life as a template to making the shounen manga successful.
He is intently staring at a wall one day, when he witnesses a teacher that is known to be miserable destroying a copy of his series that she confiscated from Tsukamoto. Turns out that the teacher was robbed of her boyfriend by another woman so she was already having a bad day. When she nearly makes the fatal mistake of going after Moka (Aoyama’s club manager) she finds out that she’s been encouraging cats onto the compound by feeding them, Ozaki intervenes and shows her that she was being exactly like the other woman. He quotes “Don’t rob people of the things they hold dear!” Sounds cool, right? It’s a line from his manga psh…..how cheesy. -He does make up for the cheese by adopting the cat and her kittens. The incident also reflects in his next installation of his series. (I did crack I smile at that)
Ozaki-kun really has his eye on Aoyama for a character in the book. He sees Aoyama as an unmannerly, selfish dictator and so he assigns him as an ability-wielding, controlling villain in the comic’s next arc. Unfortunately the character becomes more popular than he’d hoped with each release, despite Ozaki attempts to make him look bad. He eventually makes the wizard into a playboy, and while that does work in his favor for a bit, the publisher insists he make the wizard popular again.
Ozaki tries every manga cliche at this point to get the wizard popular once more…good grief, the readers can’t take it. As the series loses its popularity, Ozaki-kun realizes that Aoyama reads the magazine that his manga is serialized in and goes to get his opinion, but he finds that Aoyama skips his manga altogether. When he confronts him about, he actually finds out that it isn’t because Aoyama isn’t a fan of the character, he skips it because he doesn’t like the art style. In his anger, Ozaki reverts the character back to his original self, which skyrockets and regains his popularity once more.
Damn! Ozaki drowning in that salty ocean! Mining the salt mines! Glub Glub mofos!
See you all next week for episode 7 entitled: “Odagiri-san Can’t Get It In” What is this title even tho…..
Keppeki Danshi! Aoyama-kun airs on Crunchyroll every Sunday at 12:30 PM (AST)