Hareluya II Boy is a manga story by Umezawa Haruto. It follows a mysterious punk called Hareluya Hibino in his 'quest' for world domination. He does that beating up Jerkass delinquents and sometimes, criminals.
This manga provides examples of:
Bad Ass: Hibino. If anyone ever does anything badass enough to make you think they can stand up to Hibino, you can bet he'll do it himself just to prove a point.
Berserk Button: Do not, repeat, do NOT hit any of Hibino's friends. You might get away with it if you're fighting with Ichijou fairly, because he's probably going to beat you down anyway, but mess with one of the others and you will burn. In particular the nurse; the only person to ever get away with this had to fall into a coma to do so.
Big Ball of Violence: Anytime Hibino and Ichijou get into a "fight" it dissolves into this, since neither of them are seriously fighting each other.
Cat Fight: There is a chapter named this. And while the outfits, setting, and combatants play the trope straight, it still manages to be subverted through sheer brutality and the fact that both women are skilled, dangerous fighters.
Defeat Means Friendship: Usually averted, but this happens to Ibu Reiko, who fell in love with Ichijou after she was defeated.
The Lancer: Makoto Ichijou to Okamoto (being more quick-tempered and willing to start a brawl).
The Big Guy: Hibino's main role, as he's easily the strongest among the group. He's of the Genius Bruiser variety—he's not terribly bright in other areas, but his tactics and foresight in combat are second to none in the series.
The Smart Guy: Momiyama Shouzou, as he tends to have the most information regarding the delinquents of the city, which are the group's main opponents. Tends to be a Non-Action Guy since he's weaker than Hibino and Ichijo and tries to keep out of the way of the villains, but he's a good enough fighter to be the head of a school, and it occasionally shows.
The Chick: Yamana Michiru. She borders on Action Girl a few times, such as during the Live House Eden arc when she knocks down at least one of the Ashido High gang, and gets to be a Defiant Captive once or twice. Her main role is as Team Mom, though, as she's able to rein in Hibino and Makoto at times.
Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Though still clearly a good guy, Hibino emphasizes the jerk side, while Ichijou emphasizes the heart of gold side.
Made of Iron: Hibino. No matter what pain the story dishes out at him, he takes it.
Ms. Fanservice: Ibu Reiko, all of her followers, and most of her opponents. She's basically a fanservice magnet.
Obfuscating Stupidity: A weird example. Hibino is mean and shallow, there's no question of that, but his loud attitude still manages to mask just how quick-witted he is and how much thought he puts into things.
There are a few hints that Hibino's father is one of these. He allows his son to tie him up because he was planning to go get into a fight, but after Hibino leaves, he father wishes him luck and gets up, effortlessly tearing his restraints.
In a prototype manga, Hibino was a fallen angel, and his father is God. Yes, thatGod.
Opposites Attract: Hibino and Haruka are complete opposites of each other. The former is often considered as a demon even by his friends while the latter is pretty much an angel in white.
Use Your Head: Fairly often, whenever Hibino wants to make a point. Kyoshiro also combines this trope and his construction helmet to deliver a glorious Groin Attack
Vitriolic Best Buds: Hibino and Ichijou are so vitriolic towards each other that they literally breathe fire at one another at leastonce a chapter. But it practically qualifies as a sibling rivalry, because they make a spectacular team and both of them will come running to save the other without hesitation.
Would Hit a Girl: Hibino doesn't care who he beats up, although he does go for indirect hits.