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Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka. (Manga)

Kimi ni Koishite Ii desu ka.

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Synonyms: Kimi ni Koishiteii desuka., KimiKoi, May I Be in Love with You?, Kimi ni Koi Shite Ii desu ka.
Japanese: キミに恋していーですか。


Type: Manga
Volumes: 2
Chapters: 13
Status: Finished
Published: Jan 5, 2013 to Jul 5, 2013
Genres: Romance, Shoujo
Authors: Shiiba, Nana (Story & Art)
Serialization: Margaret


Score: 7.891 (scored by 977 users)
Ranked: #13642
Popularity: #1145
Members: 3,106
Favorites: 16
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Chigira Ruiji is a man born with the face of a demon. Trouble follows him wherever he goes. However, he just wants to live a normal high school life and make some friends, and even fall in love...

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Jan 2, 2014
"May I be in love with you" is a very cute and seriously fun shoujo-romance-school life read revolving around our protagonist, the scary looking (think Eustace from Courage, the Cowardly Dog when he put on his Ooga Booga Booga mask!) but secretly mild mannered and misunderstood Chigira who just wants to have a fun high school existence filled with friends, karaoke and maybe a first love. Instead his delinquent looks invite challenges from other delinquents further solidifying his unwittingly acquired reputation and scare away any poor sods who make the mistake of looking in his general direction. What's a boy to do?! Especially when a read more
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They both feature a guy who has an insanely scary face, because of this they are both commonly misunderstood and found in all sorts of comedic events, While Angel Densetsu is more of a shounen and focuses more on delinquency and comedy Kimi ni Koi Shite Ii Desu Ka. Focuses more on the romance however both series have an uncanny resemblance both in tone (both use the "scary face" as a source of comedy) and in plot.
First of all, the story is from a the guys' point of view. Secondly, they both face the fact that they have a scary/manly image from everyones view in school but they're actually really cute on the inside (they like cute things like shoujo manga and are very 'pure boys'). Thirdly, they both contain comedy and lovely, cute romance, what more can I say? If you like one, you'll definey love the other.

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