Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu
The dangers in my heart.
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Boku no Kokoro no Yabai Yatsu

Alternative Titles

English: The dangers in my heart.
Japanese: 僕の心のヤバイやつ


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Mar 8, 2018 to ?
Genres: ComedyComedy, RomanceRomance, SchoolSchool, ShounenShounen, Slice of LifeSlice of Life
Authors: Sakurai, Norio (Story & Art)
Serialization: Manga Cross


Score: 7.521 (scored by 17351,735 users)
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Ranked: #24082
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1790
Members: 6,779
Favorites: 134


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Sep 11, 2019
sandsundertale (All reviews)

Starts off on a weird note and no telling where it'll go. Is it a romance between an unpopular guy and most popular girl in school? A chuuni-edge lord living his life? A SOL about an awkward kid? It didn't know what it wanted to be at first, but the chapters are too amusing for it to be a huge rain-on-a-parade. It definitely does shift towards a romance tone, though largely remains a subtle-comedy SOL.


A goofy art-style that'd you expect from a SOL school-life comedy. This series has a great "show-not-tell"-style of comedy. The characters' expressions & the background never fail to read more
Jul 2, 2020
Yuzu_Citrus (All reviews)
The Dangers In My Heart is a laid back slice of life romcom that takes place in a school setting, just like many before it within the genre it doesn't really have much direction, but there is some. It's somewhat of an episodic series but does have some character growth between the main pairing of this manga. Ichikawa starts off with an overtly edgy impression of wanting to murder the heroine for some unknown reason but slowly grows closer to her and becomes more of an awkward little boy that crushes on his dream girl. Now onto the girl herself, Yamada greatly contrasts with Ichikawa read more
Jun 9, 2020
AztechDan (All reviews)
I found this manga via comments on a Komi-san chapter that said this was better because the romance progresses. I'm not worried about romantic progress but I love Komi-san so I checked it out to see how good it was.

Off the top, it's exactly my type of thing. If you don't like fluffy manga/anime, then pass. All this is (so far) is fluff.

Now, despite the Komi comparisons, this manga is more like "Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai" with more side characters. MC is a loner chuuni and FMC is way out of MC's league but strangely interested nonetheless. Hilarity ensues.

If there is anything to read more
Jan 24, 2020
64912 (All reviews)
First off, I feel like the synopsis for this manga is painfully inaccurate. The first 4 or 5 chapters touch on the themes of murderous impulses, but after that it's a fluffy school romance story and definitely not a "fearsome psycho-thriller". However, I didn't really mind this switch in themes because I'm personally weak for sweet school romances, but if you wanted a thriller examining the complexities of adolescent feelings then this isn't for you.

Story - 5
There's not much to say. The story involves Ichikawa, a loner at school, and his crush on Yamada, a model who has a sweet tooth. There's nothing particularly revolutionary read more
Oct 6, 2020
dadachi (All reviews)
Recently, there's been an influx in "Reiwa Era Romcoms", rom-coms which are characterized by their fast-pace, progress, and "chad" protagonists. While these faster-paced rom-coms are refreshing, BokuYaba is proof that a classic slow-burn romance is still very much worth reading as well. For those that are into a fluffy, feel-good romance with a slow and steady progression, BokuYaba will surely satisfy you.

Story (6/10):
First off, I need to say, the synopsis on MAL is insanely misleading. This manga is a lighthearted romantic comedy centered around the relationship between an introverted chuuni Ichikawa and a ditzy girl Yamada. The whole "psycho murderer" thing is basically a non-factor read more
Aug 5, 2020
Glory7 (All reviews)
This is a manga I would recommend to anyone that likes Romance, Comedy, Wholesomeness, Slice of Life, and pleasurable progression, this manga begins as if it's a Thriller, but it's intentionally misleading because of how much of the story will make you Cringe in how sugary it is.

Story: The story seems almost irrelevant until a callback is made that shows off the subtlety of the writing. The first run through you'll read it and you may think that there's no progression occurring at all, but the story progresses to reveal the depth to Ichikawa and Yamada's bond that they establish and continuously strengthen, not just read more