After losing their parents in an accident, Haruka and Sora, his younger sister, move to the town where their grandfather lived. They visited his house many times when they were kids and they still remember it. Nao, their old friend, Ryouhei, his classmate, Akira, a miko at a neighboring shrine, and Kazuha, Akira's close friend, welcome them. Nothing has changed. The good old memories and silent atmosphere heal Haruka's sadness. However, his peaceful life gradually changes. A secret promise made long time ago. A lost treasure. The real reason for moving to the town. The story now starts under the summer sun...
- i read this after i had watched the anime, though there is a big time gap in between, so this was a nice return to the story. the big difference "which i liked" is that the manga *and anime* are both based off of a visual novel, and in a visual novel you can go whichever path you want too. in the anime it tries to cover all the paths *which i dis-liked; it seemed scatter-brained* but with the manga it only focuses on one arc instead of jumping around time in a bunch of *what-if* scenarios...so i suppose that is
disappointing if it wasn't your favorite arc "but i assume it is most yosuga no sora fans favorite arc" .... "i also noticed the end was a bit different, but pretty similar, i don't really know which i liked better; probably the manga... maybe?... idk >.>"
the art was well done "though i had a hard time depicting the flash backs because the younger versions of the characters don't look much different from the current " ... i enjoyed the few colored pages ^.^
characters all in-tact and well placed *the creator was clever enough to find a way to integrate all the characters into just one arc without changing up the story very much at all*
in-short i thought the manga was great, rivaling the awesome anime, and i think it is most definitively worth your time. even if you have already seen the anime, the manga is fresh enough that it will still entertain you "though, like i did, i would suggest a time-gap so you don't get bored with the same story twice; could hinder your opinion"
Although based on an eroge game, the manga focuses only on Sora's route, the twin-sister of the protagonist who is in love with him since childhood. I don't recommend this series to those who are repulsed by incestuous relationships of any kind, although you could give it a chance; who knows? you'll probably like it for its characters, art, funny situations, etc.
Their relationship may seem deeper than the VN's anime adaption, Haruka being shown in a different light - more caring, passionate towards Sora. The characters' design is cute, it adds a childlike feeling to it despite its controversial subject. I liked how they
managed to develop Nao's relationship with the twins, Sora forgiving her in the end. There are added more informations, like the grandfather's profession, the fact that Sora can swim (saving Haru from drowning if I remember corectly).
I enjoyed the manga so much that I'd definitely read it again, holding a printed version in my hands next time, translated or not.
In comparison with Visual Novel, manga wasnt very good or long, but it was still better than anime.
Anime was soooo reduced in lengh/volume , it was skewed, many moments were cut off etc etc.... Manga was still reduced and has cut off some moments too it wasnt so disastrous like was anime. I have feel like they made manga and anime only as advertisement for VN.
Manga was on the one side has good art, much better made plot than anime, buton the other side, its short (2-3 hours)and cant be compared with VN.
visual novel (Sora´s route)- Everything good, except that begining was quite boring
(first 3-4 hours veeeery slow gradation of story/plot). 9/10
manga - Volume/lengh was very trimmed but it was still much better than anime. 7/10
anime - Already mentioned at the start of review. If you guys want to really enjoy this literar work, read visual novel, Anime is trash, except music. 5/10
Just like the other guys review this is quite a bit watered down. But it still is following the Yosuga no Sora storyline which is pretty amazing. The manga is mainly focusing on the Sora arc as of chapter 6 and that's the reason why I am reading it. Because anime's based off harem eroge's will combine all the character's arcs which is really annoying at times when you've got your eyes set on that girl. It's short so give it a read.
Yosuga no Sora is a romantic anime about two orphaned twins and their "unique bond". The brother twin, Haruka, is frequently running into beautiful girls at his school, much to the dismay of his twin sister Sora. Take a look at these gifs of the twins and classmates interactions.
The controversial anime Yosuga no Sora: In Solitude, Where We Are Least Alone is based on an eroge (erotic game) and fittingly contains an array of steamy scenes. Here are 10 of the hottest kiss scenes in the series that will surely make your heart skip a beat...or two! **SPOILERS included!**