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Japanese: Giglio


Type: Doujinshi
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 3
Status: Finished
Published: Dec 9, 2006 to Sep 14, 2007
Genres: Boys Love Boys Love, Drama Drama, Erotica Erotica
Theme: Historical Historical
Serialization: Reijin
Authors: Inariya, Fusanosuke (Story & Art)


Score: 7.041 (scored by 17681,768 users)
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Ranked: N/A2
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Popularity: #6030
Members: 3,271
Favorites: 15
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Volumes: /1
Chapters: /3


A wounded soldier with a disturbed mind kidnaps the priest who tries to help him. He then has the brilliant idea of going AWOL with the priest. He's in the middle of the African desert in WWII, with supplies running low and his sanity (or is it his morality?) long gone. All that's left is sex and agony. And maybe, eventually, death.

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Aug 14, 2009
Preliminary (2/3 eps)
What to say..Giglio is not your typical yaoi's like it takes yaoi to a different level. I'm personally not a fan of hard yaoi myself, but this story is nothing like I've ever read, and I really liked it.

The art is perfect. The mangaka is very detailed and the drawings are very realistic, it's as if you could feel the characters alive..pretty impressing in my opinion. It's even historically in the uniforms they wore and the surroundings, everything has a realistic feel to it. Another plus, is that no character can be confused for a girly uke here.

Characters and Story:
The two main ...
Dec 21, 2017
Try as you might, you can't contain a story such as this in three short chapters, and it shows. While it was ambitious in its characters and plot, the story wasn't allowed to properly unfold.


There's a story here, that is to be sure. However, what should have been fleshed out over several chapters, and, really, there's enough here for several volumes, is instead crammed into three very short chapters. It fails to be cohesive, with jumps between several points in time and only the bare-bones of the story allowed to slip through.

While sometimes keeping things short may serve to enhance the effect of ...

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