Ikemen-kun to Saenai-kun – Hideyoshico
Kentarou is a plain, nondescript college student who has never had a girlfriend or any friends. After getting hit on the head by a wayward ball, he begins to notice that there are increasingly long periods of time in which he cannot remember what he was doing. One afternoon, he regains consciousness in an apartment he’d never been to before – and sitting next to him is a young man who then tells him “You’re being possessed by the spirit of my dead girlfriend”…
A little slow and a little confusing with a somewhat open-ended ending but still wonderful, fluffy and dramatic. Wishing for more stories from this author
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Kono Ore Ga Omae Nanka Suki Na Wakenai – Ogawa Chise
Fujima Taisei is a high schooler who had grown up spoiled by the people around him ever since he was little because of his pretty face. In his pleasant school life, there was only one time that had become the only stain in his life, when a student named Okachi Machi, whom Taisei had grown close to in order to get others’ attention, had told him that actually he had never been his friend at all. Now Taisei wants revenge. What will happen these two?!
This is a nicely drawn volume about a vain school boy and his friends. Hilarious and sometimes a bit nonsensical, it’s mostly shounen-ai with an almost yaoi scene at the end.
Omar & Cedric
Form, Truth, Reason