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    Junko Ishikawa 
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The female lead of the comic. An unassuming, but dangerously aggressive high-schooler with a massive crush on her classmate Yukio.
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     Yukio 
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The male lead of the comic. A quiet boy whose hobbies include soccer and taking photos of his crush Junko.
  • Berserk Button: Any male being near Junko.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Played straight. Considering who he is this for, it was practically a match made in heaven.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: He wears glasses and will beat the tar out of other guys if they even look at his girlfriend.
  • In Love with Your Carnage: He has no problems at all with Junko threatening him or others at knife point. He thinks it's cute.
  • Moral Myopia: In episode 11 he gets furious when he notices an older man following Junko - when he was in fact doing the exact same thing and taking photos to boot.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: His eyes are red and he's not above using violence to get his point through.
  • Stalker Shrine: The walls of his apartment are completely plastered with photos of Junko.
  • Stalker with a Crush: He's this for Junko before they confess their mutual feelings and become an Unholy Matrimony.
  • Stalking Is Love: He seems to think so, but luckily, so does his girlfriend.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Yukio easily overpowers people that seem stronger than him. Usually whenever they get too close to Junko.
  • Unholy Matrimony: With Junko.
  • Yandere: He's a male example in love with a traditional example.

Side Characters

     The Ishikawa Twins 
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Aiko (right) and Airi (left)
A pair of sisters who have taken on manga-personalities to set themselves apart from each other. Ironically, they both ended up falling for the same guy.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: They fell in love with Takeshi solely because he is a delinquent and they find that hot.
  • Always Identical Twins: If it weren't for their hairstyles and demeanor, it'd be impossible to tell who's who.
  • Coordinated Clothes: Their school uniforms bear the others' color scheme inverted.
  • Creepy Twins: Played straight.
  • The Dividual: Zig-zagged. They're painfully aware of just how interchangeable they are, so they both took on certain personality traits to be at least a little bit different from one another. Despite this, they're still never seen apart, agree with each other on everything and even fall in love with the same guy.
  • Finishing Each Other's Sentences: Downplayed but they're incredibly prone to finishing the others' thoughts.
  • In the Blood: Their dad has been revealed to have been in jail for a long time and if this trope applies, it's not hard to guess where their more violent tendencies come from.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: Airi is chipper and upbeat, Aiko is calm and collected. Somewhat subverted as they weren't like this from the very beginning but rather intentionally chose to act like they do, based on certain character archetypes they saw in a manga.
  • Single-Minded Twins: Even though they look like polar opposites personality-wise, mentally they're completely in-synch with each other, as proven by their shared crush on Takeshi.
  • Sadist: Their first reaction to seeing their crush beaten up and in pain is to admire how hot the injuries make him look.
  • The Stoic: Aiko chose to act "quiet and cool" when they picked their personalities.
  • Theme Twin Naming: Aiko and Airi.
  • Trickster Twins: They show shades of this in their first appearance where hey both carry a weapon and seemingly strong-arm Takeshi into dating them both.
  • Twin Threesome Fantasy: Inverted and downplayed. They both want a relationship with the same guy and see no problem with sharing him.
  • Yandere: Both of them for Takeshi.

     Takeshi 
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A delinquent who goes to the same school as Junko and Yukio. His life takes a turn for the worst when he decides to try his luck with Junko one day.

     Hana 
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"My Big Brother's work is very important."
A girl who puts her brother's work over everything else.
  • Big Brother Worship: She admires her older brother and will literally do anything for him.
  • False Friend: She befriended one of her classmates for the sole reason of luring her to her brother so he could turn her into one of his "trophies". Dialogue implies that this isn't the first time this has happened.
  • Four Eyes, Zero Soul: She wears a pair of round spectacles and shows no reaction to an innocent girl being mutilated before her eyes.
  • Lack of Empathy: She didn't even spare the girl whom she lured to her death a glance after her brother was done with her and ignored her tearful appeal to their former friendship.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Played straight, though a bit less so than her brother since she doesn't seem to bear the girl she lured to him any ill will. She just doesn't care what happens to her.
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     Hana's Big Brother 
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"I might need your help with a new trophy, Hana."
A doctor of some sorts whose "work" somehow encompasses turning young girls into "trophies".
  • Hate Sink: Of all the characters that appeared until now, he's the least sympathetic so far. He sends his sister to befriend school girls and lure them to him so he can cut them up and presumably kill them, for no apparent reason other than for his personal enjoyment. Then there's the fact that he seems to have his eyes on Junko...
  • Mad Doctor: He appears to be one with his white lab coat and his obsession with trophies.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: He has very light hair and delights in cutting up young girls he told his sister to bring to him.

     Mrs. Ishikawa 
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"Your dad is coming home from prison soon."
The mother of Junko, Aiko and Airi. A woman with a much more pleasant attitude than her daughters.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: At first glance she may look a lot nicer and mentally stable than her children. But episode 30 has her happily remarking that Junko's dad is going to come home from prison, while sporting a rather disturbing smile.
  • Dissonant Serenity: Has no visible reaction apart from mild amusement to Junko coming at her with a kitchen knife. Perhaps not that surprising to her, considering who Junko's father is.

     Kiyoshi Ishikawa 
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The father of Junko, Aiko and Airi, who spent the majority of Junko's childhood in prison.
Guard: "Please don't hurt me..."
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