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Yomeiro Choice (Manga)

Yomeiro Choice

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Yomeiro-Choice, Choose the Color of Your Wife
Japanese: ヨメイロちょいす

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: 6
Chapters: 41
Status: Finished
Published: Oct 5, 2007 to Aug 19, 2011
Authors: Doi, Sakazaki (Story & Art)
Serialization: Champion RED Ichigo

Statistics

Score: 7.231 (scored by 3163 users)
Ranked: #71662
Popularity: #628
Members: 6,378
Favorites: 78
1 indicates a weighted score
2 based on the top manga page.

Popular Tags

comedy

Synopsis

Saku had a normal life, living with his cousin Kuran and being tormented daily by his childhood friend, Karin. That is, until the day a girl named Kiiro showed up out of nowhere claiming to be Karin's and Saku's daughter from the future. Convinced she will disappear from existence unless Saku and Karin get married, she makes life a lot more complicated for everyone. Things only get crazier when Hiiro, a girl claiming to be Kuran's and Saku's daughter from a different timeline in the future, appears with the goal of getting Saku together with his cousin Kuran. Saku is suddenly faced with a dilemma: whom does he choose as his wife, and which daughter does he save from disappearing into nothing?

(Source: MangaHelpers)


Characters

 Karin
Karin
Main
 Kuran
Kuran
Main
 Kiiro
Kiiro
Main
 Hiiro
Hiiro
Main
 Kozue
Kozue
Main
 Saku
Sakuraga, Saku
Main
 Uran
Uran
Supporting


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Nov 30, 2009
gringe
I'm not sure why some people insist on approaching this series so seriously. It's a boundary-pushing gag manga, and that's all it was intended to be. With how over the top and outrageous it can be at times, I think it's a great success. If the concept doesn't sound appealing to you, then do yourself a favor and just don't read the series.

The story itself makes no real world sense at all, but that's why it's entertaining. It's a bit like Back to the Future (in fact the series itself references the movie with several chapter titles and little winks and read more
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Aug 26, 2011
chaos2213
A couple of weeks ago I stumbled upon SwardVA's "The everyday life of /a/non" and so I was greeted by "BIG AND ROUND, JIGGLING, FLOPPING, FULL TITS AND ASS!"

Huh...

Curiosity got the best of me and I decided to track down the original source and thus began my reading of Yomeiro Choice. The main character of this manga, Saku, or as shall refer to him as "Bastard" as you will find out in later chapters he is the luckiest bastard possibly in manga history (which is serious business by the way) has rejected a girl in his class. Why? Because like every harem character read more
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Mar 26, 2014
GoodLuck
The concept of someone going into the past, and telling about my future intrigues me. That is why I decided to pick this Yomeiro up. With that being said, and I found this unbearable.

Story: 6
At the beginning I had rather high hopes for this manga due to me being a fan of time travel. Sadly most of those hopes were crushed in the second chapter. I know this is a gag comic so I'm trying not to make this to serious, but I didn't really find it all that funny either. The most I got from it was one of those chuckles you read more
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Aug 3, 2011
Master10K
Time travel is one of my favourite Sci-fi sub genres, however there are a lot of different variations of it:
- Going back in time to change the future.
- Going back in time and altering the past, thus creating a parallel possible future.
- Going back in time to ensure that certain past events occur, because everything is seamlessly connected.
Yomeiro Choice uses a bastardized version of all three, to form it's inconsistent plot. But in the end none of that really matters, because why complain about the usage of science theorems, in a mediocre harem, ecchi, rom/com.

And just like in any harem, there read more
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User Recommendations

For both of these serialisations, ecchi is the number one priority. Expect to see the most ridiculous events and circumstances that is sure to please those who are into such series.
These two series feature daughters jumping back in time to meet their fathers when he was still an adolescent. Although their premise may be different, they are essentially comedy series.
Both have a harem of girls after a guy who doesn't seem to have much attributes.
Yomeiro choice is much more ecchi though, and its humour is more unique as well as magic is related.
Both feature tons of ecchi and comedy, but Lotte no Omocha! seems like it has more storyline while Yomeiro Choice has more ridiculous yet funny slice-of-life
Both cases girls from future come to present for a guy.

Yomeiro Choice is harem and ecchi heavy, and focuses on future children who want to convince their "father" to mate with their mothers, or else they will disappear.

Bokusatsu Tenshi Dokuro-chan is a more on the comedy side, about an angel protecting other angels from assassinating a guy.
Sci-fi harem with the typical ridiculous but hilarious situations, both with pretty explicit situations for a shounen manga.

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