The series is about the manga artist Yuuki Aito and his assistant Sahoto Ashisu. Based off the four panel strip in the seinen magazine published by Square Enix, its a fast paced comedy satire about being a manga artist.
The running gag within the series is the perverseness of Aito, and the patience of Ashisu as she keeps up with him even after being the target of his perverted jokes and way of thinking. While working on their mid-poplar seinen series, Aito wants to spread his love for women's underwear through manga, while Ashisu strives to improve her skills by being Aito's assistant. Along the way, with his childhood friend who is also his assistant editor, an airhead second assistant who doesn't know how to draw but admires and loves Aito's works, and a young super assistant who does better work than most manga artists she works for, Aito's studio-office-apartment became a venerable harem where the girls are the targets of his perverseness, but they hide a certain level of affection for him.
A series for light, casual viewing, the story line is appropriate for the 13 to 15 minutes each episode has to offer, without stretching the plot out too thin. Although each episode is divided into 3 - 4 part chapters, it still leaves you wanting more and looking forward to the next one.