Aho-Girl (Japanese: アホガール, Hepburn: Aho gāru, lit. "Stupid-girl") is a Japanese four-panel slice-of-life comedy shōnen manga series written and illustrated by Hiroyuki. It was originally serialized in Weekly Shōnen Magazine on November 28, 2012. and then moved to Bessatsu Shonen Magazine where it was serialized between July 2015 and December 2017. Twelve compilation volumes by Kodansha have been released. An anime television series adaptation by Diomedéa aired between July and September 2017. The story follows the everyday life of high school girl Yoshiko Hanabatake, known to be stupid academically as well as socially. She constantly hangs out with and annoys her studious and serious neighbor Akuru Akutsu, whom Yoshiko's mother wants her to marry. Yoshiko becomes friends with the level-headed Sayaka Sumino, who, along with Akuru, try to keep Yoshiko in check. The Public Morals Chairwoman dislikes the free-spirited Yoshiko but when Akuru makes some casual remarks that compliment her, the chairwoman falls in love with Akuru and begins stalking him while repressing her perverted thoughts. Yoshiko also befriends Ryuichi Kurosaki, a delinquent who thinks of Yoshiko as a gang leader, a group of playground kids, a group of gyarus, and some other students and staff at school.