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30 of 219 chapters read
It's a shounen manga about, well, a swindler swindling swindlers. The manga follows a "swindler-of-the-week" format so there's no real overlying plot, just a new bad guy popping up every few chapters. I'll admit it's a little drawn out for 219 chapters but the protagonist is charming in his own boyish way and it's fun to see how he ends up saving the day in each arc.
Having said that, Kurosagi is NOT a psychological manga. The methods the protagonist uses generally revolve around finding loopholes in the law, not using psychological tricks. It's a fun read if you're interested in big businesses or law, but if you're looking for something like Liar Game or Code Geass, this isn't the manga for you. read more
24 of 24 chapters read
The characters and art are nothing special. Easy to look at, but nothing amazing.
As for the story, you can see every "twist" from miles away; by the end of the first chapter, you know exactly where the heroine, her friend, and the two male leads are going to end up. What makes a good shoujo manga--even a predictable one--shine is the journey the characters take you on and Koishitagari no Blue kind of just takes you for a walk around your bedroom. Twenty four times.
Bottom line: if you want to waste your time reading six volumes of mediocre shoujo "drama", Koishitagari no Blue is the manga for you.