Love You –
Munya Munya Sue (
Kobato Mebaru & Ogura Muku)
The first story is by Ogura Muku sensei, and the latter is by Kobato Mebaru sensei.1. Bear-kun is always laughed at for being so clumsy and useless, despite his large size. So, he has come to hate the fact that he is large. Squirrel-kun finds him crying, and one thing leads to another and Bear-kun ends up helping Squirrel-kun using his large size.2. The eldest brother in the wolf family is actually a fox… a golden fox. He knows he’s “different” from all the rest. One day, he falls in the swamp and gets covered in mud… as a result, he is black like his brothers. When the second eldest brother sees this, he begins licking the fox to expose the beautiful fur. Together they discover the pleasure their tails can bring.
Anthropomorphic doesn’t sound so cute so yeah, furries!
At Home Happy System –
Kobato Mebaru & Munya Munya Sue
Two short oneshots about robots:1. Kyouichi is a young novelist who ordered a cute female maid-robot, but got a tall muscular male model instead! Life with Silom is difficult… But when Silom stops working, Kyouichi realizes how much he needs him.2. Akira receives a useless robot as part of his inheritance from his grandfather. The robot is spoiled and gentle, but Akira doesn’t want to become close to him…“Original” doujinshi by the circle Mumble Sue
Seme robot is more interesting than the spoiled uke robot.
Komata-kun to Komata-chan –
Kobato Mebaru & Ogura Muku (Munya Munya Sue)
Two short one shots about school boys in love~1. Haruda has started dating the quiet, shy Shiba. Nurturing their relationship like a small, budding plant, Haruda promises he will never make Shiba cry. And on a hot summer afternoon, Shiba quietly pulls Haruda to the next step.2. Hoshino is confessed to by Oda, an adorable boy in glasses. They start dating, but Hoshino wonders why Oda chose him… since he started dating Oda, Hoshino feels like his world has expanded, but since he’s not a star*, why would Oda like him?*Hoshino means “star” but he thinks of himself as gloomy.
The theme is that awkward just-started-dating phase and both authors captured it well.