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It was adapted as a 13-episode anime television series produced by AIC that aired between October and December 2009 on TV Tokyo.The series, which is set in a co-ed high school, is about Sumika Murasame, a 15-year-old girl who is secretly in love with her female best friend, Ushio Kazama.The main character of the story, Sumika is intelligent, tall with long black hair and athletically gifted.Her family runs a karate dojo, so she has practiced martial arts since she was little, quickly becoming very strong, even being considered a karate "genius".Charlotte gets sick after running in the rain during training, and after Ushio confronts her about it, Sumika lashes out, distraught how she cannot become any cuter or smaller.Following Tomoe's suggestion, a female karate club is formed with Sumika as the president and Charlotte as the vice-president. :) This time we have a date with our crossdresser (forced, sisters can be scary it seems), love, confessions, girl club (and a half-dead car, which makes me relive Azumanga Daioh or Lucky Star).I really loved the useless additions that were added in this volume, and I wouldn't call them useless at all, they were random, but very funny and also at times very sweet.*snickers*Oh, lol at Kazama's brother who writes Shoujo manga.
Ushio is unhappy about Charlotte's training and merely wants her to be a gentle, cute girl.
It was serialized in Media Factory's seinen manga magazine Monthly Comic Alive between May 2007 and September 2011, and was compiled into nine tankōbon volumes.
The series has been licensed in North America by One Peace Books.
Tomoe accidentally implies to Ushio that Sumika has romantic feelings for her, much to Ushio's surprise, and Ushio finally accepts that she has fallen in love with Sumika but decides to become less dependent on her friend before confessing because she believes love will always fail for her.
Meanwhile, Mayu realizes that she might have romantic feelings for Sumika as well, which distracts her in a karate tournament.