Manga is the Japanese equivalent of comics with a unique style and following. On reading lists On wish lists On completed lists On 22 unfinished lists On custom lists. Perhaps this won’t be the most original story you’ll read, but the way the mangaka deals with it is an interesting one. One of my favorite characters in yaoi are in this manga. The outcome was the best part, actually, so expect a wonderful ending. The end of this manga gets pretty melodramatic, and the sex scene in the last chapter seems unnecessary or, at the very least, unoriginal and unfitting for the couple , but aside from those two small complaints, it’s a pretty solid story overall. But it’s that good, or I might say, the seme character is very interesting.
I feel like it’s a bit disconnected and shallow, I can’t follow the reason why Sawaragi fell in love with Shuya exactly, or what made Shuya realize what he wanted. I’m okay if it’s just a change in appearance with no changes to the story. Fate seems to have other ideas though, having the yakuza and Shuuya repeatedly cross paths with him. It’s not awful, though. Somehow, I found that I loved this one a lot more than Takaga Koi daro. One of the things I’ve appreciated is that the protagonists act in a reasonable way. Having been sentenced to 5 years in prison for dealing drugs, yakuza Kyousuke Sawaragi just wants to finish his sentence and start a nice normal life far away from his past.
I even had to create a new list to put this in. We have a very sexually unhinibited uke and a former yakuza. My insides just exploded.
At the start they didn’t like each other and they’re very different characters – neither of them really looking for love, so I think that if the manga were longer and we’d be given more time with the characters, have them slowly change it would be rsukashi to understand why exactly they now fell in love with one another.
I feel like many people would agree with me. The end of this manga gets pretty melodramatic, and the sex scene in the last chapter seems unnecessary or, at the very least, unoriginal and unfitting for the couplebut aside from those two small complaints, it’s a pretty solid story overall. No topics currently in the forum, view the forum or add a new topic now.
I feel like it’s a bit disconnected and shallow, I can’t follow the reason why Sawaragi fell in love with Shuya exactly, or what made Shuya realize what he wanted. The only thing I’d have to say is that I think a story like that isn’t made for only 1 volume.
I felt that there was a lot missing concerning their tsu,ashi and how they changed. Last updated on August 21st,8: The outcome was tsujashi best part, actually, so expect a wonderful ending. On the contrary the pace of this manga is perfect: Definitely recommended for those looking for a more complex portrayal of guy-guy relationships, or, hell, just anyone looking for a love story that’s actually – dare I say it?
Last updated on June 30th,9: These two people who have fallen madly in love with each other are FINALLY getting the chance to show their love for each other physically and that is undneeded!?!!
Perhaps this won’t be the most original story you’ll read, but the way the mangaka deals with it is an interesting one. I loved that the process was slow and the end result tsikashi off. And I think it’s only in comparison to the prequel that it’s kind of disappointing. Log in to vote! Somehow, I found that I loved this one a lot more than Takaga Koi daro.
It’s a fair cut above average manga only because two tdukashi talented people worked on it. How do you feel about a “classic” anime being remade with today’s animation standards?
[BL DRAMA] AISO TSUKASHI PART 1
tsukashhi Show all some hidden. I think this is the first time I’m reviewing a yaoi manga I fully enjoyed. Shuuya is very smexy! So I keep reading and even dying to read more! And I’m twukashi cranky that there have been other manga by Yamada that had barely a chapter for a couple I loved, and yet this couple gets a whole freaking book. One of my favorite characters in yaoi are in this manga.
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Both characters were likable even though the “given up on life so now he gives away his body” type of boy usually is hard to bring across well – I really liked Shuya here.
The character interactions I found to be far more profound than those in most yaoi manga, and the reflections on life and human suffering proposed by the author actually have context in reality, unlike most pseudo-philosophical yaoi drivel. I’d love to see a story about Makoto and Ai since they’re already hinted to turn out gay in the future Ddrama, aside from that, it’s still a good manga and worth the read!
And, perhaps most importantly, I tsukqshi genuine emotions while reading this.
The characters are cs and actually sympathetic, and they stay true to their multi-faceted personalities throughout the story all the while developing in a steady, believable way. If you’ve ever had a pet or if you’ve ever been in a situation where you had to rely on the good will of others, you’ll know what I mean.
Very talented people worked on this and it shows because it was a very realistic story about people who have been hurt. But yeah, not loving it. Also still love Izumi and his lover as well as the kids This could easily have been a very stereotyped yaoi, but the mangaka made some clever choices, creating a realistic and likeable story.
Takaga Koi daro was good, but I really erama hearing Kyousuke Sawaragi story in and out of jail. This was such a sexy and enjoyable manga.
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It was really well done and their lovemaking at the end was worth it. But nothing in it was noteworthy or creative, and I didn’t get much emotion from it at all, despite attempts to do so on the parts of the author and artist.
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