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Koisuru Boukun

Koisuru Boukun

Alternative Titles

English: The Tyrant Falls In Love
Japanese: 恋する暴君

Information

Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Apr 7, 2004 to ?
Genres: Comedy, Romance, Yaoi
Authors: Takanaga, Hinako (Story & Art)
Serialization: Gush

Statistics

Score: 8.341 (scored by 8926 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #456
Members: 18,468
Favorites: 1,223

Recommendations

Tyrant just completely reminds me of the Egoist arc in Junjou. The characters are just so similar; the way they act, the way they look, even. (Morinaga practically IS Nowaki) The only difference really is the fact that Tatsumi is straight while Hiroki is gay. 
reportRecommended by YakuzaDog
Treats for those who are fond of tsundere ukes that can't easily be tamed. Also, for those who are interested in the drama cds, both have the sexy Toriumi Kousuke voice for one of the leads in them. 
reportRecommended by gumdrophop
Love out of a similar situation 
reportRecommended by miwako-hakusho
as i ws reading this one i couldnt help but think how simular it is to tyrant all most the same look in chars and thier personalities too but the story line is completly different but if you liked kusatta the you will also like tyrant 
reportRecommended by Ri-Kana
In both, they study and work in a lab and they have difficult to accept their feelings and sexual orientation, but have in mind that Hana nomi zo shiru is a heartwarming love story and Koisuru boukun is more like a romantic comedy with more sexual scenes. 
reportRecommended by darkuria
By looking, the main (long-haired) characters are pretty similar and also both stories have "crime" part (a little bit, but have). I enjoyed both of them, so I'm recommending :) 
reportRecommended by Patry-chan
Both yaoi, involving love between a gay and a "straight" guy. 
reportRecommended by Pitchy
The shy, from the beginning straight, uke and a perstering, dog-like seme. As well as the same author. Both are very enjoyable and sweet! Turning point is shorter, though. If you liked one of them, you'll definitely adore the other as well! <3  
reportRecommended by Tshuki
Similar plotlines. A gay man feels a long-term, unrequited love towards a straight man. He then manages to blackmail the straight man into having sex with him. Romantic feelings ensue. 
reportRecommended by YakuzaDog
At the point where Masaki realizes his feelings for Hiroya their relationship remind of that in Koisuru boukun on the emotional level. Hiroya has a hard time geting over his sexuality in the same way as Soichi. Not as intense as Koisuru boukun, but still enjoyable, nevertheless.  
reportRecommended by Tshuki
Both have a case of a long unrequited love, that gets answered after a long time of waiting.  
reportRecommended by Tshuki
Their similarities lies in how the usual roles of seme and uke are reversed in comparison to the characters behavior as is generally expected. Also both are equally amazing yaoi in their own manner. 
reportRecommended by TheFlowingStream
Some of the highlights of the story are nearly exactly the same as Koisuru Boukuns main points. The teacher hates homos, but is willing to make an exeption for only one guy. Not to mention that just like Senpai, Amemiya (the teacher) has also been sexually harassed earlier on in the story. I'd say the biggest difference is that Senpai is just way more stubborn than Amemiya... (and the fact that Reverse?! is like a WAA~Y turned down version of Koisuru Boukun. That means, no, no rape(?) scenes or heavy lemons...) I forgot to mention that, as a bonus, both mangaka have a unique drawing style, so  read more 
reportRecommended by TheDrivinPromise
(May be the spoiler!) Both mangas about making lover drink a drug and then seduce him. 
reportRecommended by Patry-chan
Involves younger ukes (though in SnC it's only by a year or two) that confess to their future semes. Semes deny it at first, but gradually realize their feelings and want to monopolize their ukes. Both are intensely adorable. 
reportRecommended by He11sDomain
One of the main characters has problems with his feelings towards another man. Also both mangas are hillarious and well drawn :) I enjoyed both, so I'm recommending. 
reportRecommended by Patry-chan
The main similarities are the plot settings (research students/colleagues), the drama, the comedy and the art. Although, Koisuru Boukun focuses more on the couple getting together, where in TwHnN the story starts with the couple already in a relationship. 
reportRecommended by pennyiscute
Also one of the main characters are well educated (scientist or doctor) and [may be the spoiler!] they deny having feelings for other man. 
reportRecommended by Patry-chan
Both mangas tell a story about a boy in love with his friend for couple of years and trying to make the other one return his feelings. They also have a similar artline and even characters, both in personalities and looks. 
reportRecommended by Frisco
Oneshot Direction of a Smile and Koisuru Bokun both have homophobic uke who works with seme in this same institution. There are some more similarities but it would be too much of a spoiler ;) 
reportRecommended by LadyVampire666
In both manga there is a guy who loves a straight guy for years and in some kind of events they got a chance to make the other guy to fall in fall with them. Koisuru Boukun is much longer. 
reportRecommended by Linacska
Both are love stories between a homosexual and a heterosexual. Not much is similar, but there is this feeling, hard to explain, but I think if you liked either, you might like another one as well.  
reportRecommended by Tshuki
both have reluctant uke who refuse to submit to their feelings.  
reportRecommended by sojusake
While their not exactly similar story wise, their by the same person, both include yaoi, hot guys and good plots. So if you're keen on Croquis you'll also enjoy Koisuru Bo-kun! 
reportRecommended by rojocharmander
Aggressive uke + Persistent seme.Similar progress. 
reportRecommended by Shinkaron
They don't have the same story and one is a manga and the other a light novel but I'll tell you their similar aspects: * Tsunderes uke (Yokozawa and Souichi) at the first sight you think they are seme because their rude personalities and aspects, but they are just tsundere characters. * The semes in both (Kirishima and Morinaga) at the first sight you think they are uke because their soft and pacific personalities, so they are wanko semes. * There are blackmails from the "innocent" seme to get the uke attention in both and with that fact they get closer in their relationships. As I  read more 
reportRecommended by darkuria