Ranked #2510

Boku kara Kimi ga Kienai (Manga)

Boku kara Kimi ga Kienai

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: You Can't Disappear From Me
Japanese: 僕から君が消えない


Type: Manga
Volumes: 4
Chapters: 25
Status: Finished
Published: Nov 4, 2008 to Sep 19, 2009
Authors: Aikawa, Saki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Sho-Comi


Score: 7.601 (scored by 4854 users)
Ranked: #25102
Popularity: #413
Members: 9,746
Favorites: 88
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Hotaru managed to get in the high school where Haruna sensei teaches to see him again! However, on her first day there, she meets a very unpleasant guy who looks just like her beloved sensei...?

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Haruna, Kousuke
Haruna, Kousuke
Kanzaki, Hotaru
Kanzaki, Hotaru
Haruna, Kakeru
Haruna, Kakeru
Suzuki, Yukako
Suzuki, Yukako

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Jul 7, 2011
I loved the art, but the story just made me angry at the main girl. I dropped at chapter 7 because I couldn't bear to read more.
When I'm going to read a shoujo romance manga I expect there to be a weak girl that cries all the time and a guy that's in love her for some strange reason (as in, the guy could do so much better!). That's just what I got. At least about the girl being weak, that's for sure.
I'm okay with the whole "what's this feeling?" thing when the girl obviously is in love with the guy read more
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May 19, 2010
Story_10 Im not sure if its one of your typical manga romances...but out of all the romance stories i've read the plot is not love at first site..or i really hate you, then love type of relationship going on...the male lead always feeling inferior to his older brother falls for a girl who seemingly takes no interest in his older brother; but due to a unrelated occurrence it is then that she falls in love with the older brother cause he saves her from a almost train accident

Art_ is nice nothing over the top or too sketchy

Character_10 a young female lead falls in read more
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Oct 14, 2009
im a great fan of aikawa saki ever since her arts are really pretty.
as i was browsing her works i found this one.
i was very attracted to the handsome guy here.
so i decide to read it.:D

well, its a bit cliche. a girl falls inlove with a guy who saved her in the train stop and tries to get close to him. but as she decided to attend the school where the guy she likes is working, she bumps into his brother. and the younger brother fall inlove with him too. as she learns that she fell inlove with the brother of the guy she likes, read more
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Nov 11, 2011
Something I appriciated about this manga is that is is not like every other shoujo romance manga out there. The girl was not a tom boy and did not have an attitude or a firey temper. The boy was not a pervert and doesn't have a dark side to him. I appriciated finding a story in which I could relate to the female lead as well as respect the male lead.

The characters are really what make this manga worth reading. Though the plot is somewhat predicable it is still enjoyable. Reading Boku kara Kimi ga Kienai you might not find yourself at the edge read more
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Both have very nice art. As a shoujo manga lover myself I know you will like Ao Haru Ride just as much as you like Boku Kara. 
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Although there is confusion, the girl begins to fall in love and later on forms a relationship with him.

Among other things, both series has romance, drama, and some comedy especially involving the brothers' identity mistakes in the beginning.

Both series also takes place at a school life setting. 
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i think the story is somewhat similar. In Honey Hunt the main character thinks she loves Q-ta but the one who is really serious about her is Haruka, his twin brother. In Boku Kara Kimi ga Kienai, she gets saved by the younger brother who she actually thinks is the older, but ends up liking the younger after finding out.  
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In Parfait Tic, Fuuko cant choose over who to date, Daiya or Ichi (cousins) after each keep hurting her over and over. In Boku Kara, she dates the younger brother, while the older one keeps his love a secret from her. 
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