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This anime was one of the first yaoi animes that I had ever seen and I still feel it is one of the best. I love that it has a storyline and plot as well as some very hot sex scenes. It would have been great if they could have taken it even further. It was a refreshing change to see the scene change from Japan to the U.S. and I was happy when Honma went with Mochizuki.
I would have loved to see this anime expanded into a few more episodes. It would have been interesting to see a scene of interaction between Honma's wife and kids and Mochizuki,possibly just as Honma was about to talk Mochizuki into office sex again. Either way, more of these characters would be a good thing. I was inspired by them in a lot of ways; the very first yaoi story I began was a result of the scene between Mochizuki and Honma in the beginning at the computer when Honma leans over Mochizuki and covers his hand on the mouse. As a result of that scene and the inspiration it gave me I have very fond feelings for this anime. I would recommend it to anyone interested in yaoi.
Too cute, can't wait for more!
Nobara was too cute. I loved little Mone and I especially love the way she adored Taki-chan’s hamburgers. Taki-chan was a really interesting character. I liked the way he defended Kamita-san and called his wife to the carpet for the way she was acting. Delivering the divorce papers to the shop after he’d already gone was low. Her intention to just disappear and leave her daughter behind because Kamita-san was her father was just terrible. I didn’t like that woman at all. The grandmother was funny. Her love of gossip was so in keeping with older folks, they just all love to gossip. My favorite part of this first chapter was at the end. I thought that it was great the way that Taki-chan confronted that bad guy on the train. At first I hadn’t realized that it was little Mone’s bottom that he was filming. I loved the way Taki-chan sat down next to Kamita-san and then the way Kamita-san leaned against him and fell asleep. Too cute. My only complaint is that there was only 1 chapter scanned and available to read.
Really liked it!
I liked Uminari quite a bit. I usually don’t go for mangas that have a bunch of different stories because then the stories are too short. This collection was shot but it was entertaining too. I wished the main story about Asano and Shugo had been longer and had showed them in Tokyo living as a couple. The way Asano was treated in the fishing village was tragic and it makes me dislike those kinds of small minded people even more. In the extra Shugo says that he is going to tell his parents that he is together with Asano when they return for a visit.
In the second story about Kazui I liked that he seemed to just be drifting along. I felt bad for Shuu because it seemed as if he was very lonely. I felt that there wasn’t enough about Kouhei in this story. I think this one could have really used to be lengthened.
In the third story we meet Yuki and Akio. The story was cute but it felt rushed and could have been written better. It was a tad bit confusing in the beginning as to what was going on. This kind of story would do much better on its own and expanded to clarify many points.
The fourth story is about Nishijima and Icchan. They grew up together and were best friends. They go on a trip to the beach with their families; both men are married with children. We find out that at the end of High School they had kissed and fooled around and promised to return at the end of college. All these years later Icchan remembers and seems to long for that time that they were together.
So far so good
I’m not sure exactly how I feel about Shounen Maid yet. I enjoyed this chapter well enough, but it was so short and was really only an introduction to the characters and plot. The main character is Chihiro. His mother has just died, apparently from over working herself, and he now needs to figure out what to do because he believes that he has no family. It turns out that he has at the very least and uncle. He finds the uncle on top of a wall scared of a small puppy that is barking at him. I thought that scene was adorable and I liked the uncle right away. Chihiro is brought to the uncle’s home, which is a mansion, but he doesn’t want to stay. The uncle offers his the job of butler in exchange for room and board. It appears to be the beginning of a very cute story. I will read the rest of the chapters as they become available, but until I read more it will be hard to give a good opinion about the story.
Cute story so far!
I liked The Power of Love a lot. I thought that it was funny the way Makiya wouldn’t be friends with anyone who wasn’t stronger than he was. His father, Uno-san, is a very handsome older character. I like to see characters like him since there are so many school boy characters out there. I find it a refreshing change to have an older man as the object of affection. Naohisa winds up with a crush on Uno-san after befriending his son. It’s made clear to him that he “likes” Uno-san in that way after Uno-san rescues him from a man that is beating him bloody for bumping into him on the street. He is amazed by Uno-san, but runs away when he realizes his feelings. I really liked this chapter and I hope the following chapters will be scanned in very quickly.
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