Additionally, she allows her son to believe that he alone is the source of the persistence of her so-called heart trauma. The problem I had reading this volume was the way things were framed made the story aspect hard to understand. Wonderful, smiling, hilarious ending volume to the Otomen series! Otomen - The unconventional "heroine".
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January 18, . I wish that the book hadn't resorted to the overused view spoiler [amnesia hide spoiler ] subplot to fully resolve issues between Asuka and his mother, but I admit that there might not have been any other way to redeem her. Year This manga is actually about peoples' hobbies and interests and accepting people for who they are.
It still felt very binary I've only read the first book of this series, but it was pretty darn terrible. If you have finished reading this awesome manga, then we recommend that you read Cyboy which is also done by Nishikata Mai.
That plan results in everyone being separated. Retrieved March 2, Manga is the Japanese equivalent otimen comics with a unique style and following.
You will not regret it!! Some of the plot devices in this book were a bit weak but they didn't detract enough to ruin the story. But at least it wasn't disappointing. I find that too often men are portrayed as either overly manly or oromen horn dogs unable to commit. What a fun read.
Otomen, Vol. 1
Otoken the sake o Asuka Masamune is a guy who loves girly things—sewing, knitting, making cute stuffed animals and reading shojo comics.
Jan 29, Lisa rated it really liked it. Sep 10, Mizu rated it liked it. Although Yubisaki Milk Tea is listed as a comedy, it is still filled with dramatic moments and heavy scenes. Asuka and Ryo where an amazing couple with unparalleled chemestry.
I will read on and see how things progress. I only managed ,anga read two chapters, I couldn't continue on. Log in to vote! He is a tough, cool, 2nd year high school guy who is also a master at kendo.
Not to mention their friend who has a secret of his own. Mikoshiba also tries to hide his adorable self behind a cool mask; however, like Asuka, it frequently slips away without him realizing it.
Asuka's mom found out and got him to confess that he has been an otomen guy who loves girly things for a long time. Same as Ryo, Hatsune is pretty boyish.
Don't get me wrong, there were a few slow parts mostly I am thinking of view spoiler [the part where Yamato fell in love with Ryo, which was kinda dumb hide spoiler ]but amnga were also some things left unexplored that I wish we had gotten to read about. I echo another reader's sentiment about her use of amnesia. And to save me the trouble of potentially forgetting some points and having to marathon all seventeen available volumes again how do you people do that?
The centerpiece of the story is the relationship between Asuka, Ryo, and a boy who is secretly serializing Asuka's life as a manga long story.
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Or is it about protecting someone even though they are weak? Feb 27, Elyse Manhollan rated it it was amazing Shelves: I'm notoriously grumpy when it comes to a lot of shojo series, but this one kind of charmed me. If done well, sure. In the process, Azuka quietly finds other otomen to befriend. Ah I finally finished it