Aki Sora revolves around Aki Aoi and Sora Aoi, a pair of close siblings who have shared an intimate bond since childhood. During their coming of age, they each come to realize the true depth of the love they feel for each other and consummate that love in secret. They keep their younger sister, Nami, Sora’s twin in the dark about their new relationship. Nami, clueless of what is happening in her household aims to set her brother up with her best friend, Kana Sumiya. Despite these relationships Nami seems to have feelings for someone near to her too but keeps them secret.
I sure hope not. We're all well-adjusted human beings around here.
Aki-Sora is a manga which transcends barriers and breaks glass ceilings. It reaches for new heights, and achieves the impossible. It's in a class of its own- no manga could ever be as terrible as this.
This is a story about sex. Specifically, how many weird sex situations can you get in before the reader loses their suspension of disbelief and gives up all hope on humanity. For me that was the part where the main character had to act as a substitute "hot beef injection"
for his friend who has Erectile Dysfunction.
Aki-Sora is a shitty h-doujin series that by some cruel twist of fate became a manga. It refuses to focus on the main plot- the relationship between the titular characters- in favor of getting Sora into more and more ridiculous sex situations so that the reader can get their jollies off without worrying about things like "Morality" and "Laws". It fails to craft sympathetic characters and a coherent plot because it's too busy thrusting sex in the reader's face.
Would Sora and Aki's relationship and the struggle they face in a society that abhors their actions be more compelling if the focus of the story was on them instead of the over the top sexualization that drips from it's pages? Yes. Would the subplot of Nami and Kana's love be more engaging if they didn't have sex battles with Sora caught in the middle (somewhat literally)? Yes. Underneath the thick layer of terribleness, there is a good idea, which makes it all the more of an affront when the author willfully ignores this because he wanted to write a sex story instead.
This manga has no redeeming factors. It's my measuring stick for how bad a manga can be- in fact it's the only manga I have ever given a rating of 1. I have never encountered something as offensively bad as this, and I'm not sure I ever will again. Leave this steaming pile of shit well alone.
Aki Sora is a fantastic read. What can I say about this delightful, delectable, downright dangerous tale? This might sound sort of odd, but Aki Sora is a lot like Death Note, except imagine Light having a older sister instead of a death note, and that the whole plot revolved around him fucking her and a bunch of other people. The premise is that Sora has feelings for his sister Aki and vice versa , one thing leads to another and there ya go. There are a lot of twists, nothing to write home about (mainly because you shouldn't tell your family you read this)
but it's cool that the series has them and keeps the plot pretty exciting. Characters are a little bit more complex than they appear and while it won't blow you away it is still pretty fun to read. The art is good and you probably haven't seen anything like it. Aki Sora, the Arnold Palmer of incest manga, give it a try.
Aki lives a wonderful life. She's got the beauty, intelligence, sports skills and popularity. Although, that changes when she's at home. She's very lazy and untidy leading her little brother, Sora, to clean it. Plus, Sora's twin sister Nami, is madly inlove with her best friend Kana, but doesn't admit it.
Bullied by Nami and often teased by Aki, Sora is left to do chores their mom has to do. But, where's their mom? She's busy with work like most moms. I'll add more, Sora actually harbors lustful feelings for his big sister Aki, who feels the same. It's an adventure and they have to
work hard in order to keep these feelings from being discovered by their parents.
OKAY STOP. Let's take a break here and read my opinion. I saw this manga when I was looking for something ecchi-ish to read, but I didn't think it was this strong. Sex is shown throughout the whole story, but no showing of genitals to be safe.
The story is about two siblings having deep love for each other to the point that they actually committed incest. But doing it once didn't satisfy them, as they did it many more times and stopped when they were caught by somebody they know. I'll be hiding that character for now and will reveal it later.
The story progresses as Sora makes more friends, girls to be exact, and these girls have the same feelings Aki has for him. At volume two, the mother they see is actually their aunt, who acted like their mother when they were kids. The twins do not know what's going on, but Aki does, as she was the one who told their aunt not to reveal it. If she were to, the kids would be devastated due to the fact that their real mother died in a car crash and Aki and their aunt were lying. At the end of volume two, Nami and Sora engaged in sex. Well, not really engage but more of "Nami raped Sora." because she was jealous that Sora and Kana were actually progressing more that they were.
Volume three and four are just fillers in my opinion, just sex here for Sora and sex there. But, there was a point that when Sora took Kana's virginity, they were secretly filmed by the jealous Nami. At volume five, Sora and Kana were chosen to become the models of a photo-shoot. Then Sora befriends more minor characters and had sex with them. When volume five reaches the end, Kana had discovered Sora and Nami having sex and joins them, competing with Nami. The prize? Sora. Why does the little fucker have all the fucking girls?! I feel lonely. (┳Д┳)
One of those threesomes actually fixed Nami and Kana's relationship. They forgive and reveal their feelings towards another. At the final volume, there's a man who comes in to their house and Aki calls him father. But, Nami and Sora did not acknowledge him as he wasn't there during their childhood days. In one of those chapters, Aki becomes aroused and she and Sora again have sex again in the living room. Believing that the door was locked and nobody else was in the house, they continued. They actually finished and Aki says she's thirsty, leading Sora to get her a glass of water, but was stopped as they see their father standing by the door and was watching them the whole time.
This leads to Aki being taken away by their father and goes off somewhere far. Sora becomes lonely and acts strangely for some time, but gets the words of encouragement and goes off, searching and wanting to meet his beloved sister. He finally reaches his destination despite being in the road for days. As he meets Aki, they go to the hospital and Sora sees that his "father" was in it. Their father had been suffering. He still becomes stiff and refuses to call him father, leading to Aki slapping him really hard.
Eventually, their father dies and the whole family attends the funeral. It's revealed that the reason their father had separated them was because he committed incest too, and they were the product. It comes down to the point that Sora had to make his decision. Aki stays, or not. As he thinks hard, he does not notice the train leaving, with Aki. His final words on that chapter was "Don't go."
In the end, Sora is shown putting flowers on their mother's grave. That means he already knows the truth. He starts praying but a shadow catches his attention. He stands up and talks about their mom and dad finally being together again and will never be separated. It turns out that it was Aki, who arrived. In the end, nothing could stop their love for each other and they continued seeing each other.
The characters filled their roles nicely although there were characters who only appeared in filler chapters. A minus one for that.
Love, as portrayed in this manga, moves me. I don't care if you call me a pervert for the ecchi things in this manga. What I'm after is the story. Classic and simple. Forbidden Love. It's the main point of the manga. How will the lovers survive? How will their friends react? How long will they be able to keep this up? How will the society accept them? These are the questions that lingered in my mind while reading it.
As someone who is not a huge fan of sex in media – I found Aki-Sora to be a difficult read.
I found myself cringing or feeling bored in some parts.
Why did I read it then? To prove to a friend that I actually could.
Warning: There is a lot of sex and other mature themes in Aki-Sora.
Aki-Sora is about a young boy who has a sexual relationship with his sister.
The story is about a young boy's sexual exploits until about 20 chapters in. The redeeming parts of the story that make Aki-Sora a worthwhile read – are the character backstories. I found the backstories of
Aki, Sora and Nami's parents to be quite intriguing as well as the building of the relationship between Kana and Nami.
Other than that the story is mostly disconjointed sex scenes at the end of each chapter (which served as a buildup to the 'climatic' sex scene). This is where Aki-Sora suffered for me.
Yes the characters are cute; but I sometimes found it hard to interpret which character was saying what in each panel.
The illustrations of various body fluids also made me a bit queasy.
Aki-Sora is a character driven manga in which we get to see the different character's inner turmoils.
In some cases – this is brilliantly executed; when not over shadowed by the constant sex.
I found myself forcing myself to read through some parts. I prefer action stories with a lot going on as well as brilliant characters. Aki-Sora is not a story like that.
Aki-Sora only gets an average from me. It's not because of the incest – that doesn't bother me.
I know that it is an ecchi manga – which isn't my type of story.
It isn't a masterpiece; but I do recommend it to people who enjoy ecchi/incest type of stories.
Sora Aoi and his older sister Aki love each other very much, but what that means changes as they get older. Their relationship becomes intimate, and there's nothing more intimate and meaningful than a kiss. Here's how Aki-Sora's most important kisses help tell the story!