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Dousaibou Seibutsu.

Dousaibou Seibutsu.

Alternative Titles

English: Same Cell Organism
Synonyms: Dousaibou Seibutsu, Dou Saibou Seibutsu
Japanese: 同細胞生物。


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 7
Status: Finished
Published: Aug 2001
Genres: Shounen Ai
Authors: Yumeka, Sumomo (Story & Art)
Serialization: None


Score: 7.621 (scored by 1465 users)
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Ranked: #24862
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Popularity: #2308
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MangaYumeka, Sumomo (Story & Art)
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Chapters: /7


Nakagawa and Yokota are two boys very much in love with each other. Yokota is more open with his feelings, but Nakagawa is easily embarrassed of public displays of affection. Though they may be outwardly different, their feelings for each other are the same and their connection is such that they liken themselves to Dousaibou Seibutsu (Same-Cell Organisms).

(Source: DMP)

Contains the Stories:
1. Same Cell Organism
2. I Love You
3. Lullaby in My Hand
4. The Letter in the Attic
5. To Make Angel (Tenshi wo Tsukuru) (Prequel)
6. To Make Angel (Tenshi wo Tsukuru) (Sequel)
7. We Selfish Two

(Source: MU)


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Jul 6, 2008
Sumomo Yumeka's strong point is her ability to illustrate and weave together little scenes that seem perfectly ordinary but turns into something sweet and touching.

Same Cell Organism delivers simple little moments of life as lived by any two people. The romance requires no suspension of disbelief and it still makes you smile wryly at the beauty of real people who are really in deep like for each other.

Even the fantasy To Make an Angel carries the sense of quietness that the rest of the manga has. The concept of love is perhaps a bit idealized in these pages but we all need to believe read more
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