Ninja Girls (乱飛乱外 Rappai Rangai?), is a manga by Tanaka Hosana.


Ninja Girls was serialized in Monthly Shōnen Sirius magazine. It was collected into seven volumes by Kodansha,[1] and has been licensed in English by Del Rey and in Traditional Chinese by Sharp Point Press.[2]

Volume list

<tr ><th rowspan="2" style="width: 4%;">No.</th><th colspan="2">Original</th><th colspan="2">English</th></th></tr><tr style="border-bottom: 3px solid #CCF"><th style="width: 24%;">Release date</th><th style="width: 24%;">ISBN</th><th style="width: 24%;">Release date</th><th style="width: 24%;">ISBN</th></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol1">1</td></td><td> March 23, 2006[3]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373019-7</td><td>August 25, 2009[4]</td><td>ISBN 978-0-345-51242-0</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol2">2</td></td><td> August 23, 2003[5]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373034-0</td><td>December 29, 2009[6]</td><td>ISBN 978-0-345-51243-7</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol3">3</td></td><td> February 23, 2007[7]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373058-6</td><td>June 22, 2010[8]</td><td>ISBN 978-0-345-51244-4</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol4">4</td></td><td> October 23, 2007[9]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373091-3</td><td>-</td><td>ISBN -</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol5">5</td></td><td> June 23, 2008[10]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373120-0</td><td>-</td><td>ISBN -</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol6">6</td></td><td> January 23, 2009[11]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373152-1</td><td>-</td><td>ISBN -</td></tr> <tr style="text-align: center;"><td id="vol7">7</td></td><td> November 20, 2009[12]</td><td>ISBN 978-4-06-373195-8</td><td>-</td><td>ISBN -</td></tr> </table>


Leroy Douresseaux compares the tone of the manga to Strawberry 100%, and feels that the manga is full of "comic violence that is brutal and bloody or innuendo defined by female ninja (kunoichi) in some state of undress."[13]

Davey C. Jones enjoyed the "voluptuous" character designs of the girls.[14]

Matthew Alexander found the character of the spirit tablet imbued with the protagonist's mother's spirit to be very funny,[15] and found the protagonist to be a "likeable character" who "cares more about the feelings of those around him than he does about his own wellbeing".[16]

Dan Polley felt the first volume had "potential", and that the secondary characters were intriguing.[17]

Joseph Luster, writing for Otaku USA, felt that the manga was in an awkward position: "too fan-servicey for some, and not enough for others".[18]

Ninja Girls volume 1 debuted sixth on the New York Times manga bestseller list for the week of August 23-29, 2009.[19] The following week, Ninja Girls volume 1 slipped to eighth position.[20]


  1. "少年シリウス オフィシャルサイト|乱飛乱外|作品紹介|講談社コミックプラス". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  2. "尖端出版>亂飛亂外". 2006-10-08. Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
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  4. Tanaka, Hosana (2009-08-25). "Del Rey Manga | Ninja Girls 1 by Hosana Tanaka". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
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  6. Tanaka, Hosana (2009-12-29). "Del Rey Manga | Ninja Girls 2 by Hosana Tanaka". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
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  8. Tanaka, Hosana. "Del Rey Manga | Ninja Girls 3 by Hosana Tanaka". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
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  13. "Ninja Girls: Volume 1". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  14. "NINJA GIRLS VOL. 1 | His, Ninja, Raizo, Her, Him". 2009-09-10. Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  15. "Ninja Girls Vol. #01". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  16. "Ninja Girls Vol. #02". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  17. "Ninja Girls Volume". Comics Village. Retrieved 2010-06-03. 
  18. "Ninja Girls | Manga". Retrieved 2010-06-03. 

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