- Bishōnen Jump Syndrome: Despite not being a Shonen Jump manga, most of the main male characters are Bishōnen.
- Darkness-Induced Audience Apathy: From chapters 40 and forward is there so much needless violence, and being so weird and bizzare, that one can't help but to laugh rather than feeling sorry for them.
- Narm: Some chapters have so much absurd violence, fanservice for no good reason, and/or just plain weird behaviour, that it gets hard to take seriously. Special points go to the Combat Sadomasochists who enjoy themselves way too much.
- What Do You Mean, "It's for Kids"?: While it's not an outright children's manga, it is still a manga aimed at Shōnen which has elements more fitting for a Seinen manga.
YMMV / Real Account