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Double Mints

Double Mints

Alternative Titles

English: Double Mints
Japanese: ダブルミンツ

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Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Jul 24, 2009
Genres: Drama, Yaoi
Authors: Nakamura, Asumiko (Story & Art)
Serialization: Mellow Mellow

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Score: 7.551 (scored by 1566 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #2277
Members: 2,867
Favorites: 35
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /7

Synopsis

"We can't live without each other. You're my other half."

"I've killed a woman." The domineering voice on the phone was that of a high school classmate, Mitsuo Ichikawa. Buried memories from the past resurface in the heart of a man with the same name, Mitsuo Ichikawa. It drags him right back into the passions of the past. They reunite as accomplices, yet their relationship as master and servant slowly changes into something new...

(Source: Dangerous Pleasure)

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fiane
May 3, 2011
I wonder why there isn't any review for this one yet.

Well.

I love the art. She always brings a totally different experience of art to her manga, and I adore that. Some people may be put off by it at their first read, but after you get used to it, the beauty shows.

The storytelling is also a strong point. Fluid. This is quite a depressing manga, and the mood was set right from the very beginning. Since this is one of her later works, improvement is pretty notable compared to, say, Copernicus no Kokyuu (this one's still good nonetheless.) Pretty hard to describe in words, read more
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NEKO-est
Mar 15, 2015
To read the story, you first have to get that this is a fucked up story and pretty much the embodiment of depressing messed up shit.

The story is pretty unique and smooth flowing, but it'll definitely make you doubt your ratings on this manga. Even so, I'd still have to say that this is one of Nakamura-sensei's best works. The art is superb as usual; expressions are able to bring the word bubbles into a whole other level of deepness.

Character wise, I, myself, hated them, mostly because I thought they were stupid, but thats just me. Although at the end Nakamura does explain where read more
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