1 of 1 chapters read
This had the potential to be a good story, but fell through mainly due to the outcome of the story if not the build, though the art was pretty enough. I actually liked the female protagonist, if anything, due to her personality type. I liked that she was a 'cool' type of person and didn't blush at the drop of a dime. Despite the way the story ended, I'm a bit content with it simply because I didn't think the boy deserved her. read more
7 of ? chapters read
Each chapter is very short and has a comedic telling. Most often, it's about the teasing between the two characters and their interactions with others. The art is very well drawn in an omake style instead of the typical styles in manga.
1 of 6 chapters read
So far, it's a pretty good story and has its bit of uniqueness to it. Natsuki is a pretty entertaining character.
1 of 5 chapters read
So far, it's a very cute story. The relationship between Aoi and Reiichirou is basically the same as so many other shoujo mangas with similar settings, but I'm still eager to read it regardless.
I thought this was a pretty good oneshot. The case was interesting to watch unfold. However, I wished this could have been made into a full-out manga cause it had the potential to be a very good read, especially the deeper development of a relationship between Sora and Remi. read more
4 of 34 chapters read
The first story is titled 'Marron Brandy Tea'. It's about a teenage girl who is often mistaken for a cute boy, which is the cause of her getting fired from her last job. While taking out her frustration , she accidently kicks a can at a shop window and breaks it. The shop owner hires her as a male waiter, but not before seducing her.
This is my fave of all the stories. I think it's really cute, but sexy at the same time.
The second and fourth story are about the girl introduced in the first story and her childhood friend who she sees as a sort-of rival since he's naturally more beautiful than her. Therefore, she can't help but become frustrated when he's hired at the cafe.
The third is about the other waiter introduced in the first story and a girl who frequents the shop and can't help but observe him.
All in all, the stories are really cute as well as the art. It's a great read! read more
1 of 1 chapters read
There's no hardcore stuff here, just kissing and a bit of embracing.
The art is so beautiful, the characters are funny, and the story is cute. It's about two friends who's relationship becomes a bit more after a night of surprise passion. Again, nothing real big.
Though it had me wishing there was more, I'm satisifed with this one-shot.
10 of 19 chapters read
After joining a down-sized club called the Believers, she meets two cute boys who vow to protect her, though they're both wierd and dangerous in their own way. With the two of them and the three other girls from the club, Rui seeks to fight back against her fiance and expand the Cy-Believers.
If you enjoy a laugh, I recommend this manga. The characters are often funny and many of the scenes have laugh-out-loud moments.
The characters are all interesting in there own way. The main character, Rui, is a funny and strong-willed girl. Her determination and leadership is the driving point of the manga.
There's a bit of romance from what I've read so far, though it's not the focus of the story. A possible love triangle is hinted at. read more
5 of 54 chapters read
The story is about an Italian warrior from 1,900 years ago, reincarnated as a japanese boy. Like him, several others from his pass are also reincarnated including his wife and best friend. However, he is the only one who remembers his past life. And to make matters worse, his beloved wife was reincarnated as a strong girly-boy while his best friend was reincarnated as a girl.
The hilarity begins as he tries to supress his overwhelming love for his wife or else he be homosexual. This isn't a shounen-ai though. (That's all I'll say or else I spoil the story.) read more
25 of 55 chapters read
The heroine, Lena/Ley, constantly shows just how strong a woman she is. She's incredibly skilled with a sword, being the captain of her school kendo club. When she's thrown into a foreign world, she doesn't panic about it and immediatley takes hold of her situation. She even takes on a role of leadership throughout her quests with great strength and without hesitation.
Being a time of war in the story, death is a reoccuring element; whether it be the enemy, innocents civilians, or allies. With that, there's consistancy of adventure and action. There's enough romance to satisfy fans of the genre, but isn't so overbearing as to take away from the focus of the plot. read more