Kono S wo, Mi yo! - Cupid no Itazura
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Kono S wo, Mi yo! - Cupid no Itazura

Alternative Titles

Synonyms: Ecce S, Take a Look at This S!
Japanese: このSを、見よ! クピドの悪戯


Type: Manga
Volumes: 15
Chapters: 155
Status: Finished
Published: Sep 14, 2009 to Apr 15, 2013
Genres: DramaDrama, EcchiEcchi, RomanceRomance, HaremHarem, SupernaturalSupernatural, PsychologicalPsychological, SeinenSeinen
Authors: Kitazaki, Taku (Story & Art)
Serialization: Big Comic Spirits


Score: 7.111 (scored by 30933,093 users)
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Ranked: #62122
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Popularity: #1494
Members: 8,055
Favorites: 56


The narrative in both of these titles is driven primarily by the exploration and enaction of lust by various characters. Both titles are for a mature demographic given that sex is a recurring element. 
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Lust becomes the primary driver of interaction amongst the characters in both these titles. 
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Both of these romance serialisations explore the limitations and circumstances attached to interpersonal relationships. The main characters, and the people they become involved with, often experience emotional states that are dichotomous in nature (such as rejection and acceptance). 
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Both are mature themed and contain sexual intercourse. While Minamoto kun Monogatari actively conquers girls by following an old romantic tale, Cupid no Itazura passively conquers every girls who saw the protagonist's butt. Cupid no Itazura follows a "vanilla-like" plot despite taking a variety of females and has deeper plot than Minamoto kun Monogatari. 
reportRecommended by ExplodingGirl
Known for their complicated romance and drama angles, both series focuses a lot on character relationships. In particular, the main male protagonist gets themselves involved with several female characters and often finds themselves at odds with his own decisions. Both series are also known for some of its more mature content (more so in Kono S wo, Mi Yo!). Domestic na Kanojo has more realism while Kono S wo, Mi Yo! - Cupid no Itazura adds in a supernatural twist. 
reportRecommended by Stark700
Created by the same author with a psychological drama twist to its romance plot, both series follows a darker story what they seem to be. The main male protagonist gets themselves involved in complicated situations where their relationships are tested to the limit. Throughout both series, the MC struggles to maintain his role to help others yet faces problems of his own. Interpersonal issues aside, both series also contains a decent amount of maturity. Expect plot twists and a story where personal desires become more than just a problem. 
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Despite being typified by different aesthetics, both these serialisations feature characters who become tangled in lust, jealousy, and love. 
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