Cover art of the first printed release of the Hōkago Play manga
|Genre||Romantic comedy, Slice of life story|
|Written by||Rendou Kurosaki|
|Published by||ASCII Media Works|
|Original run||October 26, 2007 – present|
Hōkago Play (放課後プレイ Hōkago Purei?, lit. Afterschool Play) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rendou Kurosaki. The manga follow various couples in Japan who usually spend their free time playing and talking about video games and how their relationships progress in 4koma style.
The manga was and has been serialized in Dengeki PlayStation since Oct 26, 2007. As of March 2012, 4 tankōbon volumes have been published by Dengeki Comics. In March 2010, a drama CD was released by Geneon Entertainment.
- Girlfriend (彼女 Kanojo?)
- Voiced by: Shizuka Itō
- A high school girl who dwarfs her boyfriend in terms of height. She comes to his apartment after school when she's not busy with club activities. She is also fairly aggressive when it comes to her boyfriend and usually kicks at him whenever she's in a bad mood or wronged, but is exceptionally meek when it comes to actual romancing like hugging and kissing. She is also the postergirl for the series. She enjoys fighting games the most.
- Boyfriend (彼氏 Kareshi?)
- Voiced by: Takuma Terashima
- A high school boy whose girlfriend dwarfs him by quite a bit. He participates in no after school activities and the majority of his interactions with Kanojo are at his place. Much like Kanojo he is quite bashful himself when it comes to the romantic parts of their relationship.
Written and drawn by Rendou Kurosaki, the Hōkago Play manga series is serialized ASCII Media Works' Dengeki PlayStation. It has been serialized since its premiere in Dengeki PlayStation's October 2007 issue.
In March 2010, a Drama CD was released by ASCII and Geneon. The CD covers most of the content in the first volume of the manga, with Shizuka Itō voicing Kanojo and Takuma Terashima voicing Kareshi.
- "電撃4コマの「放課後プレイ」がついにドラマCD化決定！ 気になる声優は……？". dengeki.com (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 1 March 2010. <templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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