Akiyoshi Wataru is your average student. He attends cram school, hangs out with his friends and does what boys his age do: Go after girls. One day a particular girl, Iwashita Ayane, catches his attention in cram school, because of her red fingernail. Later in town he sees a familiar girl and follows her. But the girl enters an image club. A brothel that specializes on cosplay. What's more, one of the girls working there goes by the name of "Ayane." What does that mean? And what will Wataru do?
This is my first time reviewing a manga... AN H-MANGA (not complete yet tho). Well, I've already read h-mangas, such as this, with decent plot to read to. Maybe I'm one of those "rare" person who read these mangas, I mean, for enjoyment purposes (that includes fapping XD).
*WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILER*
Reality hits you hard! Life, as we know it, is so harsh that we taught we don't have a choice but to resort to the wrong. The story portraits the life of a prostitute (Ayane, our heroine), who strive so hard for money because of her f*cked up life, and an ordinary student (Wataru), who
had a crush(?) on her. On that day, she met our hero at cram school. Our hero decided to follow her at night. That's when he realized he entered a club and eventually unravel the secret our heroine have. Every time she meets him, things have started to change little by little. Both our main characters will experience more hardships and challenges in life from then on. Will Wataru be able to save her from her f*cked up life?
STORY (6): Even though this one's interesting, the story progresses slow. That's because the ecchi scenes (mostly rape) took the most pages that the story doesn't have the chance to fill in. Even if it did have a chance, it gets darker every time it progresses. Though, most readers doesn't give a shiz about it. Rated it "Fair".
ART (8): It's good. Very well drawn, especially those "plots". I have no issues regarding this one. Rated it "Very Good".
CHARACTER (7): Aside from story issues, the hero's failure to grasp the surroundings is too rigid I am unable to appreciate him. But the good part is that both the main characters manage to become honest of themselves. Rated it "Good".
ENJOYMENT (7): Although the story's dark, something is urging me to read more about it. Ayane's changing progress it quite promising, so maybe I should wait for some scan releases. Rated it "Good".
OVERALL (7): It was good. Perhaps, maybe the story would improve more in the next release.
This review contains spoilers. (Well, not really spoilers, but actions of some heroes listed without specific characters mentioned)
If you want to find "mature" drama with character involved into prostitution, you may want to find something else, but not this manga. If you want to see high-quality titties with cheap storyline as an excuse - you're welcome to read this masterpiece.
If you have already read stories written by people like Naoki Yamamoto or read any recent manga about prostitution and "hard" moral choices - you won't find anything new here. Cliche-based manga serves your drama needs well - it tries to make you feel
bad (often without reason), tries to make you cry (because characters must suffer), but only tries.
People often complain about one shoujo manga looking like any other shoujo manga. Very well, it seems that we have already reached point where one "mature" manga looks like another "mature" manga.
Stupid main character? Check
Overflowing drama? Check
Moral choice? Check
Date with multiple girls? Check
What makes this manga different is the size of breasts. But let's see Art section.
I really enjoyed art at first. Nothing specific, but it really looks nice. And it was the best part of the whole manga.
There is a joke about fanservice > story in animanga industry. Well, it's not a joke. It seems like creator understood the mediocre level of story but decided to sell manga anyway. How one can do it? Right, add giant breasts.
And now compare it with any older drama manga. See the difference? Yes, almost complete lack of the fanservice. Why? 2 options for you to choose:
1. Story was more important
2. Deus vult that's why
I think I already made my point in Story section. This is not a characters, it's a cliche. You've seen all of them somewhere else. And if you didn't, perhaps you haven't read more than 10 titles right now.
From the first chapter I had a feeling that I had already seen this scene somewhere. Of course, one can easily predict what characters are going to do.
It was a really, really bad ride. You cannot enjoy the story you read to last translated chapter just to write a review.
If you want to get feels - try to read works from Naoki Yamamoto.
If you read works from Naoki Yamamoto - try to avoid this manga.
If you want to see something new - try to avoid this manga.
If you want to kill your evening - try to do something else.
But if you want to get a nice fanservice and, perhaps, do what you usually do with hentai manga - great choice then, perfect manga for you.
This is my first ever review :D
*There Will Be Spoilers*
Even though this manga is categorised as smut I think it leans towards the H side of it.
In reality, many girls are called sluts. This manga shows how life actually may become as one of your classmates is a prostitute. It is a stereotype that prostitutes are women who just make money with their bodies.
Blush-DC reveals a dark side to our female protagonist's (Ayane) experiences.
Story - 8
The concept of this manga may seem very simple however, is one of the first. Having the main character (Wataru) a simply curious boy, who finds himself following a
student into a brothel.
Art - 9
Maya Miyazaki's art style is quite outstanding in comparison to other smut manga. As I have also read Holy Knight this opinion may be biased to a certain extent.
Character - 8
The top of the exams but secretly a prostitute- Ayane
The overly curious- Wataru
Iwashita Ayane is revealed as a worker for a brothel in the first chapter. Later on, she is later revealed as the number one for exams. Afterwards Ayane goes into hospital due to exhaustion and malnutrition.
Akiyoshi Wataru is introduced as Mr Curious as he follows Ayane due to her having a red fingernail. As the story progresses the audience can easily understand that he has fallen in love with her however her occupation makes him confused as to whether or not it is one-sided or a mutual interest.
Tachinoki Motoka is Wataru's childhood friend. She main debut involves her inviting Wataru over for dinner and eventually performing sexual intercourse.
Tachinoki Sumika is Motoka's sister and her first appearance is her walk in upon Wataru and Motoka having sex. It is later revealed that she has a great interest in sex and cannot stop masterbating after seeing her sister.
Too little info on other characters
Enjoyment - 8
This manga is quite well made however due to its nature there are some pretty dark scenes. Overall I think Blush-DC is above the average for manga in this genre.
this is not a simple meet-n-f**k manga, similar to Nozoki Anna, this two give me a feeling of not to fap after all s0x scene stuff lol.
the story really played well, aside of that scene stuff, though not best for me, but seeing the characters progression give me an urge to read the story off.
The Art itself is quite good, semi-realistic and that is what I really want to see in a manga with s0x, drama and stuff, I could say this one is a decent if youre looking for same stuff like me.
and the s0x scene, is really awesoooommeee, though I dont fap to
it(yet, haha) but its not rush s0x scene after all, the author really describes what is the feel of lust, hate s0x, and stuff.
oh like a said before this is not a simple meet-n-f**k manga, there is much drama plot here, a bit tearjerking for me, for seeing the heroine here.